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Ron Paul's Secret to Energy in a Grueling 2012 Campaign


Jet setting around the nation to campaign for president is a tiring job, but 76-year-old Rep. Ron Paul has found the secret to maintaining his energetic spunk: exercise and reading the news.

"He's seriously fit," says his national campaign chair Jesse Benton, who's also married to Paul's granddaughter. "He still takes the stairs two and a time."
This weekend alone, Paul will be hitting the stump in Iowa, Minnesota, and North Dakota. But Benton knows how his boss and grandfather will stay on his game.


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Swims for hours too at times after bike rides;

Perry loses his mental and physical steam at the one hour mark in debates over an hour.

"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina

Walks 3 miles and/or tries to bike 15 miles a day??

That's ALOT!

Adams, Jefferson, and

Adams, Jefferson, and Washington spent hours a day walking and horse riding. Two of those guys lived to be 85-90...

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Twice a day.

My dad is 86 and does a hundred sit-up and a hundred push-ups every day, as well as going to the gym three or four times a week. He also walks 5 miles every day ( weather permitting ). He confided to me last year he was beginning to feel like "slowing down a little", but he still hasn't.

Great news!

Does he like Ron Paul, too? :)

Hahahaha... that is great!


Thomas Jefferson: “Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that His justice cannot sleep forever."

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