- Publisher: Mountain Morning Press
- Available in: Ebook and print
Is there a secret recipe for staying fit, active, and vibrant into your 50s, 60s, and beyond? Think it’s too late? Never Too Late shines the spotlight on 7 amazing later-in-life athletes as they candidly share their thoughts, feelings, and knowledge about:
- Motivation – How to get – and stay off – the couch?
- Food, supplements, and tricks for recovering from illness and injuries
- Inspiration, personal insights, and other helpful tips
Sister Madonna Buder – 87– a triathlete who continues to break world records
‘Butch’ – a 62-year-old ‘couch potato’ turned ultra-runner
Yvonne – a solo female endurance hiker who started hiking in her 50s
Dan – 85 – a marathon running legend
Pat – 67 – an endurance swimmer and the oldest female to swim the English Channel
By the end of Never Too Late, you’ll learn how to improve your motivation, feel inspired, reduce unhelpful beliefs, and connect with resources, races, and events – all the tools you need to thrive – at any age.
I just finished reading your book Never Too Late. I wanted to let you know how much the simple exercises in the book helped me. I have enjoyed being physically active most of my life. I took up running after my daughter was born 30 years ago and in the last 12 years, my husband and I have found a lifelong love of mountain biking.
Recently I have been struggling with motivation to run and even get out on my mountain bike. I didn’t think your little exercise would reveal very much, but very quickly I discovered otherwise. My husband has been trying to be encouraging and motivating.
After completing your exercise I realized I had been feeling judged and not good enough. I was able to dig deeper into the reasons why and work through those limiting beliefs after re-writing my story.
I just wanted to share a thank you! If I hadn’t encountered the exercise in your book, I likely would have struggled with this situation for much longer. Goodbye to that ‘stinking thinking’…” – Leslie R
A fantastic read! I hope it encourages an entire generation to start moving.” Richard B.
If you find yourself hesitant to try something you’ve always wanted to do (be it athletic or anything else in life for that matter), please read this book! The stories of these later-in-life athletes are truly inspiring. “Enjoy life as you live it” really jumped out at me. Never Too Late shows how new endeavors can be realized no matter what age you are!” – Gay S
As a 45-year-old athlete, these types of inspirational stories keep us going! Thank you for these great stories…” – Betsy McNally – Fitness Pro