How to Age Proof Your Body and Mind…

Age doesn’t determine how old you are. Your mind does.

I’m here to prove to you “there’s always more.”

  • There is always more your mind can do than you think it can do.
  • There is always more your body can do than you think it can do.

Clive Cable running

Lies are everywhere.

Someone once said, “If you say you can do at 52 what you did when you were 32, I say you didn’t do much when you were 32.”


I couldn’t run a half-marathon when I was 32, but I regularly run them at age 68.

“Old age is like anything else – if you want to get good at it you have to start young.”

Never let others define you…

A wise sage once said, “If you label me – you negate me.”

Never let people think of you as old. If you do they will negate you.

And never label yourself as old otherwise your mind will negate you.

I started by age defying journey when I was 31.

My mission in life – and yes I have chosen to accept it – is to help you do more than you believe you can do with your body and mind to rewind your body’s clock.

Even if you think you’re getting old.

Age is just a number.

Think in terms of healthspan not lifespan.

No one really wants to live to a ripe old age and be wracked by searing pain every day.

And hardly able to move.

Or take so many pharmaceutical drugs that make you rattle as you walk.

And suffer painful side effects every day.

My mother didn’t die of rheumatoid arthritis

. . . she died in her sleep because her heart packed up.

Which was the main side effect of the drug she took, which I warned her about.

But hey who listens to their kids on matters of health?

Even though they might know a thing or three.

The Great Health Reset?

The last three years Governments around the world have been “taking care” of people’s health.
And now we’re seeing the devastating consequences of their self-serving actions,
Because of this it’s time to take back control of your life.
And join The Great Health Reset.

Why listen to me?

For starters I’m 68.

Most if not all the longevity health gurus today are under 50.

What do they know about life after 60?

When asked if, at 73, he is too old to be President, Ronald Reagan said, “I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit, for political purposes, my opponent’s youth and inexperience,”

My quest for better health began when I was 31.

Having had asthma all my life. I wanted to be free of it forever.

But by the time I was in my 40’s I could run a 10k (6.2 miles) in just over 37 minutes.

My new health craze led me to start a mail-order business selling nutritional supplements.

One health product I launched is now sold in every independent alternative health shop in the UK.

Prior to my launch no one had heard of Colloidal Silver.

For over 30 years I became a human Guinea pig for various health supplements.

If they made me run faster with no extra training I knew they worked.

For example, I recently stumbled across “Cream of Rice.”

And nutritional supplement for body builders and runners.

The first two times I used it I had personal best times for 13 & 10 mile time trials.

Hence I know it works because I did no extra training.

Two years shy of 70 I take no medication and I haven’t seen a doctor in years.

Here is how I’ve age proofed my body and mind…

Last year (2022) I ran four half marathons in 10 days.

On one of those 13 mile runs I had a personal best time.

Four months later I beat my personal best by four minutes.

How’s that for ignoring the aging process?

As I’m writing this I’m training for a marathon with a view to

running an ultra-marathon (31 miles) this year (2023).

Currently I work out 6 days a week – around two hours a day.

Mixing advanced core training, weight training, intermediate yoga,

wrists and individual finger strengthening, running on roads and

cross country over the highest cliffs along the south coast of England.

With the increasing interest in neuroplasticity most scientists now believe that physical training is also brain training.

I agree.

Today I major in brain training using a variety of methods,

One of these methods is using paid brain training apps.

The app “Elevate” tests your abilities in math, writing, reading, remembering, and listening. I got to the top level in all five disciplines.

Another brain app I use is the “Math Workout.”

On the medium level I can answer 50 math questions in one minute one second.

That leaves no time for thinking, just reacting using patterns of recognition.

I can memorise 50 random items in less than 10 minutes. And I teach my students to do the same.

Writing with both hands at the same time is another skill I acquired.

I taught myself how to hold my breath on the out breath for 3 minutes 45 seconds.

I can play almost any song by ear on the guitar. I currently teach guitar to newbies.

Using two 16 ounce rubber mallets I can bounce a tennis ball from one mallet to the other 1600 times without stopping.

Using two 4lb club hammers I can bounce a golf ball from one hammer to another. My record is 676 bounces.

In 2011 the Guinness book of World Records the record stood at 200.

Clive Cable Brain Training

After training myself to listen to the spoken word at 3x the normal speed I often read a book a day through an app called, “Audible.”

I have 731 books on Audible. And to date I’ve read over 9,000 books  – all of them non-fiction learning books.

33 years ago I learned how to be a writer, even though I left school when I was just 15 with very little English skills.

I once wrote a magazine ad that resulted in £97,558 worth of sales for one health product selling for under £20.

My first direct mail letter made £101,000 in seven months.

One letter I wrote made £24,000 a month for six months.

I’ve written 11 books to date. Six for myself and five as a ghost writer.

The second to last book I wrote in 2019, you can find on Amazon. It’s called, “The 7 Health Habits of Happy People. If you don’t take the time out to be well – you have to take the time out to be ill.”

The book is totally original with health ideas you won’t find anywhere else.

And get this – it only took me three months to write it. But you would never think that when you see the amount of research and evidence I provide for ways of making you healthier.

The 7 Health Habits of Happy People

In other words, all of what I’ve done recently are activities you would only expect a much younger person to do.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not talented in any way, shape, or form.

I just practice a lot.

And, “Talent is practice in disguise.”

Try telling that to a hedgehog making love to a hairbrush!

By the way, you don’t need to go to the extremes I go to.

You can enjoy a better healthspan even if you only do a fraction of what I do.

On this site I’ll show you the quickest, easiest ways to enjoy being healthier every day for the rest of your life.

Clive Cable