“Today’s sports heroes play longer and better than ever before. They benefit not only from the inherent genetic advantage of all great athletes, but also from decades of elite training, cutting-edge treatments and the time and money to enact them. LeBron James, who played MVP-caliber ball last year at 36, reportedly spends more than $1 million of his own money on his body annually. He employs a personal biomechanist (former Navy SEAL Donnie Raimon), receives liquid nitrogen treatments to reduce inflammation and enjoys the benefits of expensive hot and cold tubs in his home. Steph Curry (still relatively young at 33) swears by float spas and cryotherapy. Roger Federer (40) owns a hyperbaric chamber and sleeps 10 to 12 hours a night in absolute darkness.” These athletes, along with the ageless Tom Brady, are all working towards answering the same question: How Long Can We Play? And what does that question even mean to you? (This article really motivated me to take better care of myself. I’m gonna start with sleeping 12 hours a night and see how that goes…)

+ Or maybe I’ll take this new tour. New Hong Kong bus tour is meant to put people to sleep.