The Bucket List

April 22, 2011 by LisaWright

In the 2007 movie The Bucket List, Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson play terminally ill patients who escape the hospital ward to complete adventures on their “bucket list.” Most people can connect with the concept of a bucket list—the things you want to do before you “kick the bucket”—because no one wants to die with any regrets. We all want to live our fullest lives.

Why not get started today living a life with “no regrets”? Begin by thinking of anything that you have ever thought of achieving regarding your own health and fitness. For Example, which goal, if you accomplished it, would make this year unbelievable? Have you ever wanted to hike the Grand Canyon, rock climb, complete a marathon or triathlon, learn to incline skate or maybe kayak out in Corpus Christi Bay? The only rule is that this wish list must not involve anything related to your body. Try to stay away from goals such as losing weight or taking 4 inches off your hips. Keep this list focused away from your body image and keep it positive. Your bucket list can contain any number of events. One great way to help you to determine which event to try first is to enlist the help of your trainer. They can help guide you in the preparation for each bucket item. YPB is actually taking signups right now for our first annual kayaking event! What a great opportunity to kick it up a notch and begin to live a life “without regret”! We’ll see you on your next great adventure!


If you would like to speak to one of our trainers in helping you reach any items in your bucket list, give us a phone call at 361-857-5087 or e-mail Lisa at You can even leave us a wall post on our Facebook fan page!


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