Fitness, longevity and rock and roll. Paul McCartney and Mick Jagger’s daily routine for staying healthy at 80

Mick Jagger has been practicing a yoga regimen for many years, supplemented by exercise, good nutrition and dancing.  Paul McCartney follows the same steps Credit: Instagram Paul McCartney
Mick Jagger has been practicing a yoga regimen for many years, supplemented by exercise, good nutrition and dancing. Paul McCartney follows the same steps Credit: Instagram Paul McCartney

Kurt Cobain I had 27 years when he decided to blow his head off shotgun In his farewell letter, he wrote a sentence. “It’s better to burn out than to fade away”. the singer of Nirvanawho in April 1994 entered the famous and sad 27 Clubs – alluding to artists who took their own lives at that age, mostly as a result of excesses; hey my (in black) a song that Neil Young had written In 1977

that fade slowly for a while it was seen as a sign of some weakness or something small when it came to imagining rock stars. “Live fast, die young and leave a beautiful corpse.”once said James Dean. Amy Winehouse, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Robert Johnson, Otis Redding, they fulfilled this misleading premise that puts them in the “bench” of great music stars who didn’t live to be 30 years old.

On the opposite sidewalk, almost like the opposition, which knocks down that rusted banner, appear. Mick Jagger and Paul McCartney. Back 79 and 80 years old accordingly, a leader Rolling Stones – the longest-running rock band – and ex the beatlescontinue to give free rein to music with a life that certainly knows excesses, but is currently finding them much more fun with everyday life health, healthy eating and exercise.

One of the keys to carrying Jagger on stage for two hours at the age of 80 is a routine that the crew has done for more than 20 years (Photo by David Wolfe-Patrick/Redferns)
One of the keys to carrying Jagger on stage for two hours at the age of 80 is a routine that the crew has done for more than 20 years (Photo by David Wolfe-Patrick/Redferns)

The physical condition he experiences when he passes through the Jagger phase is due to more than just his DNA, which is certainly almost unique on this planet. His energetic moves are the result of the workouts he does with his personal trainer; Torje Eike. Of Norwegian origin, Eike has a clientele that stands out Olympic athletes and professional football players.

Jagger has been with this man for over 24 years, who today makes him do the routine five and six times a week. Resistance and balance. That’s what it’s about. Before the tour, the singer runs 12 kilometers a day and swimming. But this is not all. take ballet, yoga and pilates classes.

Agreed QuoraStone only eats organic food after Joe Wood’s wife Ronnie Wood, convinced him. His diet is that of a high endurance athlete and is based on whole grain bread, potatoes, rice, beans, chicken and fish.

For many years on tour, I ate pasta four hours before the show. For breakfast use shakes with nutritional supplements and take cod liver oilwhich help resistance and brain function.

Jagger only eats organic food after Jo Wood, Ronnie Wood's wife, convinced him.
Jagger only eats organic food after Jo Wood, Ronnie Wood’s wife, convinced him.

Jagger undergoes regular medical check-ups and has his own personal masseuse. who travels with him on tour and helps him prepare two hours before each show. In April 2019, he made headlines when he had to stop part of a tour due to having a heart valve replaced. “I promise to work hard to return to the stage as soon as possible,” he said before the operation, which went well.

The genetic factor cannot be ignored either. Mick’s father was a gymnast, a physical education teacher who played sports until the age of eighty and died at the age of 93.

In 1969, a reporter asked the barely 25-year-old Mike Jagger how he saw his future. Mick, very sure of his answer, said. “I’m going to retire when I’m 33. It is the right time for a man to devote himself to other things. I don’t want to be a rock star for the rest of my life.”

Paul became a vegetarian when one day he saw a fish dying in his rod, unable to breathe.  That was 30 years ago.  Today, she also practices yoga and exercise.
Paul became a vegetarian when one day he saw a fish dying in his rod, unable to breathe. That was 30 years ago. Today, she also practices yoga and exercise.

Paul McCartney She doesn’t beat around the bush when it comes to staying well into her 80s. Exercising and following a strict vegan diet are probably the two pillars.

But McCartney lifts weights in the gym and that’s it lover of running and yoga. He, unlike his partner, does not have a personal trainer. I go, I see what they are doing, then I copy them,” he revealed.

He recently admitted about drugs. “The last time I smoked marijuana was a long time ago. Instead of smoking a joint, now I have a glass of red wine or a nice margarita cocktail.”

As a vegan, Paul’s favorite dishes include Pad Thai noodles, jackfruit burgers, panazella salad and Crunchy Pecan Cookies.

The exercise prescription should be gradual, gradual and with realistic goals, experts say.  McCartney has been working out for years and eating a healthy diet
The exercise prescription should be gradual, gradual and with realistic goals, experts say. McCartney has been working out for years and eating a healthy diet

Gabriel Lapmannephrologist and cardiologist, keeps Infobae: that routines that people over 80 can do are especially aerobic exercise. “About 150 minutes a week. It involves walking around. 20, 30 minutes a day, five times a week. And on the other hand, strength training, which mainly targets muscle strength, which prevents fractures and is associated with longevity and mitochondrial activation,” he explains.

“This can be done about three times a week, always with a previous cardiology screening,” Lappman continues. Making sure he has full or good cardiovascular function, at least not heart failure, hypertension. after the subject of stretching, are very important after training, because you really need to prevent injuries. Mainly exercise prescription should be gradual, gradual and with realistic goals. We’re not going to ask an 80-year-old man to run a marathon and lift weights, unless he’s already trained. There are people who have very good abilities.”

Paul on stage, in this case at the legendary Glastonbury festival (Photo by Harry Durant/Getty Images)
Paul on stage, in this case at the legendary Glastonbury festival (Photo by Harry Durant/Getty Images)

Matias Marchetti, The licensed nutritionist and physical trainer says there isn’t a physical activity for everyone. “A person who has been doing physical activity all his life and is getting old is not the same as someone who starts doing physical activity at the age of 60 because of health problems. Therefore, power therapy is always the basis of all stages. life, and that in the future the cardiology part will provide that supplement for the control of the cardiovascular part as well,” he claims. Infobae.

And Marketi closes. “Besides, it has to be something smart. It’s one thing to play sports and another thing to do physical activity to be healthy and full. So it’s a little bit of sports with rest, a little bit of bodybuilding that works on strength, and then all the disciplines, aerobics and flexibility and other things that will give you optimal health.

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