AGING...SLOW IT DOWN...YOU CAN DO THIS!
Bob's songwriting career has so far produced:
#1 records = 7
Top 20 = 32
#2 records = 2
ASCAP Awards = 46
Bob Morrison –
Bob Morrison was born in Biloxi, Mississippi and moved to Nashville to pursue a musical career. He is an award-winning songwriter with chart-toppers for singers such as Kenny Rogers, Reba McEntire, Barbara Mandrell, Olivia Newton-John, and the Oak Ridge Boys.
A lifelong athlete, Bob has always been ready to learn new ways to improve his performance Bob’s serious investigation into health and aging, however, began with first-hand experiences of the failures in the medical establishment. Realizing there is much we cannot control with our bodies, Bob spent the next several years studying and practicing to learn what he could control. The result is this book, "The Aging Train".
And, of course, he regularly prescribes two important things for health and happiness: Music and Laughter!
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Aging is like being a passenger on a runaway train. If we do nothing but sit and ride, the train will start to pick up speed, and continue to go downhill until the day we reach our final destination.
With the help of his new book, “The Aging Train”, Nashville songwriter and author Bob Morrison, contributes advice from his lifelong journey of fitness training and healthy nutritional choices. You will also get advice in vitamin and supplement advances in recent science that will lead you on the road to persuading your genetic makeup to do a better job.
There is an old saying: “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Well, that depends on the old dog. From Bob’s consistent work, he has discovered that even you can work out less, and get better results with no exhaustion.
Join Bob as he takes you down the road that will make a BIG DIFFERENCE in slowing down your Aging Train!
“Lookin’ For Love” — Johnny Lee
“You Decorated My Life” — Kenny Rogers
“You’re The One (In A Million)” — The Oak Ridge Boys
“Tonight, The Heartache’s On Me” — The Dixie Chicks
“Whiskey, If You Were A Woman” — Highway 101
“Love The World Away” — Kenny Rogers ( in Urban Cowboy)
“Shine On” — George Jones
“Born To Love Me” — Ray Charles
“Don’t Call Him A Cowboy” — Conway Twitty
“I Still Believe In Waltzes” — Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn
“You’d Make an Angel Wanna Cheat” — The Kendalls
“All My Roads” — Ronnie Milsap
“The Grandest Lady Of Them All” — Conway Twitty
“Up To Heaven” — Reba McEntire
“ Make-Believe It’s Your First Time” — The Carpenters
“The River’s Too Wide” — Olivia Newton-John
“Let Me Be Your Baby” — Charly McClain