Sir Tom Jones is in good health at 80 - after employing a bizarre method to prevent back problems and help circulation. The Welsh crooner, who entered his eighth decade over the summer last year, explained that a technique called inversion therapy sees him dangling upside down.
It's thought the practice can help circulation, and by shifting the body's gravity can ease pressure on the back and spine. Those suffering from scoliosis, sciatica, poor circulation and chronic lower back pain are believed to benefit from it. "In 2030 I am going to be 90 years old," The Voice judge Tom told The Sun. "I hang upside down.
You know on one of those frames. It's great. You put your feet in the thing and you flip and you hang." As well as the new ageRead more on mirror.co.uk