Transformation Again?


By Skip La Cour, 57 years old
Workouts For Older Men



Do know how many times I’ve said to myself, “It’s time to get it together, Skip. It’s time to really take your life to the next level. I mean, REALLY this time!”

Hundreds of times.

I just said that to myself this morning.

At 57 years old, I’ve learned that I will ALWAYS be in the middle of some sort of transformation.






Figuring out how this whole “life thing” is going to play itself out.

And that’s a GOOD thing.

The only thing that can make it a bad thing is when you think something is wrong with you for feeling this way. That you should have had all the challenges in your life solved by now.

HUGE mistake.

You’re not broken.

You’re not defective.

I’ve realized that day is never going to come. I must find joy in the continual process. I must welcome my never-ending transformation.

I love helping older men like me during their journeys.

We just see the world differently at this stage of life.

I love providing them with insight and perspective that they’ll never get all by themselves. I never would have gotten here without help. I’ll never get to the higher levels I’m after all by myself either.

It starts off with fitness. It usually evolves into so much more.

Life has meaning.

Learn how to fall in love with the transformation process and get better at it. Join my ULTIMATE 12-Week Fitness Transformation Journey for Older Men. Go to the bottom of this page. Watch the video. Learn about the benefits. Read the testimonials. We’ll talk about it before you make your decision. We’ll see if it is a good fit for you.

Expect the best.

Expect the best from your efforts.

Expect the best from your current transformation and every one afterwards.

Your Coach,

Skip La Cour

P.S. Text me right now and we’ll talk about it.



About Author

Skip La Cour

Skip La Cour helps older men with busy, productive lives make sense out of all the extreme and oftentimes conflicting fitness information. He helps them use their willpower, focus, energy, and time effectively and efficiently to reach their fitness and overall life goals. Feel free to email Skip at any time at [email protected] with your questions and comments. Or, call (925)352-4366.

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