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So my sister rented this paddle board thing because she had the notion that riding in the boat, inner tubing behind the boat, and swimming in the lake wasn’t enough fun for our family weekend at our parent’s house on the lake!! OK, don’t laugh – this is me trying to stand up on the paddle board. I’ve never done it before…looks easy, uh? NOT!! All I need is a little more bone and joint strength and I think I can do it!! I THINK I CAN I THINK I CAN!!
My sister knows I’ve been struggling with symptoms of menopause and thyroid issues, and also knows I like to try fun things. I am feeling better these days because I’ve finally found the correct medicine dosage for my hypothyroidism and the right supplements to take. I was so terrified that I wouldn’t be able to do the things I love to do so much with all these symptoms, i.e. back ache, no energy, feeling all over lousy. Besides minor arthritis settling in, I can honestly say I’m the woman I was several years back before all these issues arose. Since I raise my grandson, I need all the help and support I can get to keep up with him. Glad there’s Caltrate Bone and Joint Health.
Have you heard of Caltrate Bone & Joint Health? It’s a new daily supplement that contains vitamins and minerals to help support bone strength as well as joint and bone flexibility. It only takes one tablet a day to be on the way to a better YOU. With Calcium + Vitamin D3 for bone strength included you don’t have to take so many pills. I was able to get rid of one myself. Extra minerals for bone flexibility sure sounds good to me too. I would love to be as flexible as I was back in grade school doing flip flaps and back bends in gymnastics class. Okay, I won’t go that far!!
This is my sister showing me how to ride the paddle board. She makes it look so easy…but she was also playing around and being silly about it. Paddle boarding is fun, as you’ll see my niece (below) doing it with no problem. Since I’ve been taking my supplements regularly, and feeling pretty good that day, I gave it my best shot. See the video below showing how I tried my hardest to get up on that darn board!!
Though I only stood up for a second or two then fell, I’m certainly not giving up. I am thankful that I had the strength and confidence to even want to try. A few months back I wouldn’t have even wanted to try because of the lack of energy and strength I didn’t have. I truly believe in taking daily supplements such as Caltrate Bone & Joint Health to help our bodies move and to stay healthy. For the record, my sister wasn’t able to get up either!!
Look for Caltrate Bone & Joint Health in the ‘joint care’ section near the pharmacy at Walgreens.
Current promotion at Walgreens for Caltrate Bone & Joint Health
Get $5 off with the in-store instant value coupon book available at your local Walgreens. The nice gentlemen used his coupon to swipe. You may just want to mention it to the cashier. I certainly like saving money and using my rewards points at Walgreens!!
Here’s my niece Kirsi showing us just how to ride the paddle board. She even stayed up after those two jumped on. Look, no life jacket either…show off!!! She’s also 21 yrs younger than us!!
The below photo is a recent picture I took of my parent’s gorgeous yard on Cedar Creek Lake (located SE of Dallas). This is where everything fun happens with the family and friends. So naturally, I wouldn’t want to miss a thing!! Staying healthy and active is what it’s all about…especially when you get to your midlife years. That’s my tip for you!!
Remember, you don’t have to give up the things you love to do. I once thought so, but now I don’t, thanks to the confidence, the strength, and the support I now have with Caltrate Bone and Joint Health and all my supplements.
Trying new outdoor activities like paddle boarding is how I stay active and confident. I couldn’t do it without Caltrate Bone & Joint Health. What outdoor activity (or activities) would you do more of with more bone and joint confidence?