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It surely is possible. There are a lot of people out there in good health an physical condition even passen their prime time aka 60, 70, 80 etc. in martial arts you see that pretty often. 64 year judo master: https://youtu.be/3ulCWZoMEuE 81 year russian guy: https://youtu.be/YgYYZ8OLwvI 80 years old boxer: https://youtu.be/u_U0uQ84vOo On the other side you ...


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When I boxed I had a semi-famous trainer in his upper 70s. Former marine and still built like a tank. First he would knock the crap out of me with a mitt slap every time I left my hands down when hitting the heavy bag. Just typing this makes my ears ring. Also my second fight was at a church gym - opening round golden gloves. About an hour before the ...


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I hurt my back in a football injury in 8th grade. Speared right in the middle of lower back. Was out a few days and have now had the exact same problem that you have for the past 20 years. My family has pictures of me stretching out and dying in lines at DisneyWorld because I wasn't able to workout on vacation. Why do you feel better? Blood flow and ...


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Age certainly has a role in your back pain, but I would move more towards your daily routine over a number of years as to why your current state is a painful and stiff one when waking up. Once upon a time when you were young and spry, you had less miles, thus there was less spinal compression and use overall upon your joints and structure. As time goes on, ...



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