How it feels to be an Atlas Student

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How it feels to be an Atlas Student

Post by ca_admin » Thu Apr 09, 2020 12:31 pm

During this pandemic.....how does it feel to be an Atlas Student? Post your replies. Interested to hear your thoughts.

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Re: How it feels to be an Atlas Student

Post by Henry Marczak » Thu Apr 09, 2020 1:36 pm

I'm not stressed myself, being retired there's not much difference except we did stop at coffee shops and restaurants are fair bit before. I walk a lot more, before I did walk daily but usually not for 2 hours brisk.

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Post by Kev12Atlas » Thu Oct 29, 2020 9:11 pm

Henry Marczak, and, by keeping stronger joints, ligaments, and tendons, one can stay stronger, longer. Strong muscles need strong connective tissue, when it comes to possessing good physical strength.

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Re: How it feels to be an Atlas Student

Post by Henry Marczak » Mon Nov 02, 2020 1:46 pm

I'll be 68 this month and feel very fit and healthy, on zero medications.

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Post by Kev12Atlas » Sat Nov 07, 2020 6:27 am

Good to hear back from you, Henry. Was worried that you might have fallen victim to the CoVid19. Thank God you are still alive! Is very good that you don't take medications. I am almost 56.5 years old; so far, don't need to take any medications as well. That is not the case with my two sisters and brother. What motivates me to keep my body healthy and strong is knowing that even if you have health insurance, that doesn't mean that living to a ripe old age, you might not have to be on expensive medications, or, end up needing costly surgeries. Recently, I have been making an effort to have a daily bowl of oatmeal with raisins. Not sure if Charles Atlas recommended oatmeal, but, he did mention having cereals. Maybe, "cereals" in Charles Altlas' time actually referred to oatmeal or grits

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Post by Henry Marczak » Thu Nov 12, 2020 2:40 pm

My breakfast is a cup of Swiss style muesli (mainly whole grain oat and wheat) add a spoon of walnut pieces,cashews,sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, ground chia and flax seeds, 4 dates and 2 prunes, cup hot soy milk and soak 15mins.

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Post by Kev12Atlas » Tue Nov 17, 2020 7:41 pm

That is a healthy breakfast. With my oatmeal, I mix with water and raisins, before microwaving for 2:40 minutes. Then, will pour milk into the bowl. Before, I would have a bowl of cold cereal that has a lot of sugar. Oatmeal for breakfast, seems to be a healthier option than cold sugared cereals, on account of much higher fiber content as well as less unhealthy sugar per bowl.

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Re: How it feels to be an Atlas Student

Post by Henry Marczak » Mon Nov 23, 2020 7:29 am

My muesli combo gives me 33g of protein, I've now added a banana and a little soy protein isolate that adds 10g protein. My total protein is averages around 110g. November 23 I am 68.

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