Tuesday, March 24, 2020

#87 Geezer Fast-Yoga

Issue #87 - Tuesday, March 24, 2010
Posted by Denny Hatch

New YouTube Video 
By Denny Hatch

Self-Quarantine Miseries?
How I Stay Loose and Limber

Dear Fellow Housebound Prisoner,

Peggy and I are in very senior years.  

Following government directives, we laid in some doomsday stores and have self-quarantined.

Staying in Shape Indoors
For nearly a year—at age 84—I have been spending 26 minutes every morning with a Fast-Yoga routine that has enabled me to keep moving and—above all—put on my own socks.

It’s based on seven years of one-hour-a-week workouts with Sheila, our wonderful yoga teacher.

I decided to share this shortened version in the hopes other senior men might find it useful—especially in this time when so many of us are forced to remain in home detention.

This light regimen is done in my own living room first thing every morning. I do it in 26 minutes.

I invite you to have a look. Maybe you’ll find it helpful.

Thank you.

New YouTube Video 

P.S. If you have a friend, family member or business associate who might benefit from this video, kindly forward them the YouTube link below.

It’s free.

Thank you.

Word Count:244

 Thank you one and all for your kind comments and kind words. I want to share with you my favorite from Rick:

All written out and tried it. This is a pretty decent workout,  you can feel it after you're done. Thanks.

Thank you, thank you, Rick. I'm only sorry you went to the trouble of writing it all out. I would be happy to send you the shooting script for my voice-over.
     Stay indoors and stay healthy.
     And do keep in touch.

At age 15, Denny Hatch—as a lowly apprentice—wrote his first news release for a Connecticut summer theater. To his astonishment it ran verbatim in The Middletown Press. He was instantly hooked on writing. After a two-year stint in the U.S. Army (1958-60), Denny had nine jobs in his first 12 years in business. He was fired from five of them and went on to save two businesses and start three others. One of his businesses—WHO’S MAILING WHAT! newsletter and archive service founded in 1984—revolutionized the science of how to measure the success of competitors’ direct mail. In the past 55 years he has been a book club director, magazine publisher, advertising copywriter/designer, editor, journalist and marketing consultant. He is the author of four published novels and seven books on business and marketing.



A Note About Denny Hatch’s Marketing Books
When North American Publishing summarily shut down its little book publishing division, all my direct marketing and business books were suddenly gone from the market. Some were available as “collector’s items” at many hundreds—and in some cases thousands!—of dollars. I have made arrangements with a Canadian marketer to republish some of these as Special Reports or White Papers. Will let you know when they are available. Thank you for your patience.

About Denny Hatch’s Novels
Meanwhile three titles are available. They are:
How Mafia Marketed a Candidate
To Become Mayor of New York City

A Comedy About Breeding People
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