It’s survival of the fittest. You can’t have everything perfect, that’s impossible, but the fit survive. The fit can handle the impurities in the air and in the water, but the poor people who are sick, it really affects them more.
I’m a believer in routine. I like to see people work out at the same time each day.
The hell what you USED to do! It’s what you’re doing NOW and what you’re GOING to do.
My wife is my protector. Without her, I’m nothing. She wants to please me, and I want to please her. We’ve been together over 53 years.
The brain’s preferred source of fuel is glucose/carbohydrates. And when you go on a low-carb/high-protein diet, your brain is using low-octane fuel. You’ll be a little groggy, a little grumpy.
Inactivity is the killer and, remember, it’s never too late.
Your age is the sum total of your physical condition, the condition of your mind, and how you feel.
Never get satisfied. The minute you stop trying, you go downhill.
Your muscles know nothing. It’s your brain. Exercise is something you’ve got to do the rest of your life. It’s a lifestyle. Dying is easy. Living is a pain in the neck. You’ve got to work at it.
All athletes would be better if they eat better. Junk in equals Junk out.
You got to do what’s happening today in the world. You got to keep up with time. Keep up to date, keep modern – keep up on your toes!
I was going to be a singer. If I hadn’t been in my profession, I was going to be an Opera singer. That’s from a young kid. I had all these records from all those famous Opera singers. I wanted to be an Opera singer – that was my whole thing and physical fitness got in the way, thank God.