So ill preface this by saying that I was in a relationship from 18-30 . I'm having trouble, the guys around me seem like they're so so so much older. They don't exercise, they (no offense) pee every half hour. They look heaps older than me. What's going on? Am I just having trouble adjusting? Or do guys age faster in their 30's? I'd ignore it but I can't date someone who refuses to walk to the letterbox, I'm to active to do that
Well hold on, I feel the same way about older women (30-45), and think I'm going to always have to date quite a bit younger than me. It's not that older women can't be attractive, but, they don't seem able to look after themselves. Lack of exercise, over-eating, indulging their every pleasure, they burn themselves out far too quickly: this applies to both men and women. Men are probably ejaculating too much too (I know this is controversial), so they are permanently chemically castrated, least those ones with underlying weaknesses to begin with.
IDK. That's odd to me, but looking at statistics probably not so unusual. I'm in better physical shape then I was in my late 20s. There are some changes vs. then, but I'm certainly not waddling off to pee all the time, and most of the men I -personally- know work out and are in at least decent shape ... but statistics tells me that's not the average. The average male and female is in bad shape by their 30s.
Where you live and your demographic impacts this. Urban dwellers tend to be healthier then rural or suburbanites, etc.
I'm wondering where you live. Obviously there is a lot of obesity in the US. Apparently 50% of adults are diabetic or prediabetic right now and in 6 years it's predicted that it will be 60% of adults. Your peers are only going to become more out of shape as you age of course.
The shallow end of the pool has gotten substantially more crowded in just the last couple of years.There is no room for stretching out or even taking a lap.Men worry a lot more trying to keep their wives and girlfriends happy enough to stay with them.Worry about work bills,child support.So do you hang around the gym and time people urinating.That is about the only way you'd come up with that number.
Yes I have noticed the same things as you. Go for the ambitious early twenties, they work, study, and are social.??. They expect to date someone who is active in life, and they're just getting bigger each month. I can't see that happening.