“During the run I’ll stop and drop straight to lunges,” he says. “Running is my cardio preference.”
Whether or not father knows best, O’Loughlin remembers what being a 10-year-old brown belt meant to him and has high hopes for his son. And for himself — since he’s determined to stay healthy and live long.
“I don’t know what pushes me out of bed some days,” he says. “But … there’s something really validating about reaching the top of a mountain and looking back.”
And after that?
“You enjoy the view,” he says. “And then you walk down.”