Airborne, Airborne All The Way

I’m not sure what I was thinking when I agreed to meet Karl on a muddy field just outside of Southam. People like to tell you that age doesn’t matter, that you’re only as old as you feel. The person who originally said that must have been as old as Methuselah, and in serious age denial, because, if we’re only as old as we feel, then I must easily be pushing 90 right now.  After a gruelling workout with the guys over at @AirborneFit my body is telling me I’m not a young spring chicken anymore, however much I try to pretend to the contrary by “feeling” young.

In my previous life, I was an airborne infantry officer, and I can say, hand on heart, that Karl and his business partner Will are the real deal and if you sign up for a workout with these guys, you are in for an authentic airborne experience.

I’ll let Karl explain to you what @AirborneFit is all about:



And here are some vines of just some of the wicked torture, er em, I mean exercises that Karl put us through:

In all seriousness though, @AirborneFit is a great workout program. It’s social, it’s tough, and after the madness, it’s great fun.

Currently the boys run sessions near Rugby and in Southam. Give them a shout to find out the times and places. @AirborneFit

Drift 002 – Dunchurch

after a spot of networking at the Dunchurch Park Hotel, I set off from the carpark on a random drift. much colder today. on my mind is business, re-inventing myself to meld work and play into a seamless bond…a “master of the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which; he simply pursues his vision of excellence in whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. to him he is always doing both” and so it I strive to be a master of the art of living…

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