Alex Glasscock, co founder of The Ranch, a luxury health, wellness and fitness retreat with programmes in Malibu, California, and Italy, aims to live to at least 110 or “die trying”. Photo: The Ranch
Alex Glasscock, co founder of The Ranch, a luxury health, wellness and fitness retreat with programmes in Malibu, California, and Italy, aims to live to at least 110 or “die trying”. Photo: The Ranch
Wellness

How to age well: founder of wellness spa who aims to live to 110 on the philosophy behind its daily hikes, yoga, and plant-based, no-alcohol diet

  • Alex Glasscock, who founded The Ranch wellness retreats with his wife, Sue, to help clients live better and longer lives, sees no reason he can’t live past 110
  • He explains the thinking behind its nutrition, exercise and relaxation programmes, through which guests routinely lose weight, shed fat and put on muscle

Alex Glasscock, co founder of The Ranch, a luxury health, wellness and fitness retreat with programmes in Malibu, California, and Italy, aims to live to at least 110 or “die trying”. Photo: The Ranch
Alex Glasscock, co founder of The Ranch, a luxury health, wellness and fitness retreat with programmes in Malibu, California, and Italy, aims to live to at least 110 or “die trying”. Photo: The Ranch
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