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JonnieZ

Call it what you want, vanity, being stuck up, self centered, on and on.

As some of you know, since we have all been somewhat associated over the years through the net, I teach jr. high/highschool (rural school).

I am willing to bet that 50% of our students, by the time they hit 12th grade, are significantly unfit/overweight.

Having reached maturity in the 80's I spent a lot of time watching "Conan" and "Enter the Dragon" and going to the Nautilus studio down the road.

I admit, I am 40 and vain. I don't want to look over weight, or look unfit. I picked up that attitude when I was 15-19, so did my wife, my college friends (most of whom that I know of still lift/run/etc.)

What's the generational difference?

Jon
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