We caught up with our Twitter buddy Big Cut Dave from London and asked him a few personal questions.

One of the many things that I didn't realise when I was younger was how developing a few good habits can really stand you in good stead for the future. Equally, those bad habits will catch up with you eventually.

This what I always try and remind myself when I'm lacking motivation in the health and fitness stakes. If I'm stressed about work, feeling tired and run-down, hitting the comfort-food and the booze is the obvious choice but that can quickly become more than a coping mechanism, it becomes a bad habit or a way of life.

This really hit me a few years back when I was sitting on the gay beach at Mykonos #HumbleBrag.

I was surrounded by gay men - most of them in their mid-40s. Mykonos is expensive.

You could pretty much divide the guys there into two types - and it was a pretty even split. Either they were overweight, unhealthy and looking pretty miserable, or they were well toned, nicely tanned and had great teeth.

You don't have to be well-toned to be happy. You don't have to be well-toned to be sexy. But based on my survey of Elia Beach on Mykonos, it seemed that it wasn't money that was the differentiating factor between the healthy guys and the unhealthy guys, it was that they'd made some choices when they were younger.

Speaking from experience, if you're over 40 and your health and fitness regime goes off the rails, it can be really hard to find your way back.

If you can develop good habits during your 20s and 30s - regular sessions in the gym, get your diet in good shape, don't go crazy on the booze or drugs - then this is going to set you up nicely for the years ahead.

Whatever age you are, the decisions you make now will play a key role in your health and fitness as you get older.

You want to be a hot daddy on the gay beach at Mykonos? Use that as your motivation to keep your health and fitness on track.