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Richard Simmons-It's AARP Day
Topic Started: Sep 24 2011, 03:43 AM (545 Views)
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IT'S AARP DAY!




Saturday, 24 September 2011






Well, I won't be teaching my usual class at Slimmons today. And, as you might imagine, I'm really gonna miss it. But wait, I've got something equally exciting going on. I'll be making a big appearance for the AARP. You all know who they are, don't you? I'm talking about the American Association of Retired Persons.

The AARP leads the way in educating seniors on how to make their golden years the best years of their lives.



The AARP leads the way in educating seniors on how to make their golden years the best years of their lives. I, myself, have been an AARP member for years and proudly carry my membership card in my wallet.

This year, the AARP has invited me to be part of their big national convention being held this week in Los Angeles. I'm really excited to be joining them. A few years ago, I had the honor of teaching a huge exercise class at their convention when it was held in Boston. I remember just like it was yesterday.

I'd gone to teach my class in this big room the hotel had set up for us but...there was a problem. So many people had gathered to take my class that the room was way too small. So they had to extend the room to make room for everybody to sweat with me. And sweat...we did! Oh, let me tell you, they really were a wild bunch, too! They were sassy and so full of energy.

This morning at 7:30, I'll be teaching a big sweatin' class.



At this year's convention, they have a little more planned for me to do and I'm all ready! This morning at 7:30, I'll be teaching a big sweatin' class and you know I'm going to be playing some really hot music! I'll have them dancing to Lady Gaga, a little Katy Perry, some LMFAO, the Black Eyed Peas and Gloria Estefan. (I've been a fan of Gloria's for years.) Oh, are we ever gonna rock!

Later that morning, I'll get more serious as one of the keynote speakers for the afternoon. I'm really looking forward to addressing the group. There's so much I want to say. See, so many seniors in the United States don't take good care of themselves like they should. I want to help change that. They say people who make lots of plans for their lives are the ones who live the longest. Add a little mission to your life and, even if you're not a senior yet, get started creating that mission plan for your life so you can live longer.

It's so important to stay active, both mentally and physically. It's crucial that you surround yourself with people who share your interests. Socialize with them, do things together and...have fun! Believe me, it'll help you stay young.

When you're a senior, it's more important than ever to eat healthy and make exercise a dedicated part of your life.




When you're a senior, it's more important than ever to eat healthy and make exercise a dedicated part of your life. It's a winning combination that'll help ensure your longevity.

At this AARP Convention, they'll cover everything the well-informed senior needs to know. And I'll be adding these tips of my own to everything the convention has to offer.

And you can bet, I'll be dressing up for the occasion. Oh yes, I will! I'm taking two different outfits with me today. One outfit to sweat in and one to deliver my keynote address in. Just wait 'til they see me in my gold lamee outfit. I'm gonna wow 'em!

I'm so proud to be a senior!



May I tell you something? I'm so proud to be a senior. And...I'm proud of the way I take good care of my body, too. Hey, when you're hot...you should flaunt it. And I plan to be flaunting it for years to come.

I just know I'll leave today's convention a smarter man. That's because everyday, we can learn something that will help us stay on the path to better health. Hmmm, I wonder how many seniors I'll get to kiss today?

I love you a bushel and a peck and hug around your neck!


Love, Richard




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