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A Body in Motion

To paraphrase Newton’s First Law of Motion, a body in motion stays in motion. We all remember learning that in school. But how many of us have taken it to heart? Dot Schoch, who just celebrated her 100th birthday, has been living Newton’s Law for, well, 100 years.

In fact, Dot credits her longevity to her activeness, as well as many other 100 Year Lifestyle choices that she has been making her entire life. Dot has always exercised. These days you can find her on a stationary bicycle or in the pool. She has always maintained a healthy diet featuring fresh produce that she and her husband grew in their garden. She had a job she enjoyed for 35 years and has stayed socially active her entire life. And while these days she calls home an assisted living facility, she keeps her social calendar as busy as ever with the new friends she has enjoyed making.

Dot is showing no signs of slowing down. She has created a lifestyle built for healthy longevity – and enjoyed it every step of the way. Can you say that you are living your best 100 Year Lifestyle today? Based on the choices you are making today, what is your tomorrow looking like? Will you be living 100:100, 100% for 100 years or more until  your last breath?

If you think you can up your game there are a few other secrets to Dot’s healthy longevity that you might be interested to know. If so, keep reading…

 

 

 

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