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  1. Yup I still have 10 weeks to go. I’m going to start MAF (as was recommended to me in the Otis diet thread). I honestly don’t think I can even do a 10 minute mile at that HR. 11 minute mile may be my target this first week. It sucks because although my HR was high, I really did feel comfortable in my run today. But you all know way more about this than I do. I have 2 young kids and not willing to do something that will jeopardize my health.
  2. Thank you all. Yes I’m going to slow it down on Tuesday (and going forward).
  3. 2nd training run today. 2.5 miles at about 9 minutes per. HR still hovering around 170 but it was an easy, comfortable run for me. I’m a quarter of the distance there and I feel confident I can do this in 10 weeks. I’ll stop updating now until another 3 weeks.
  4. I’m in the camp where reclining doesn’t bother me in the least bit. But I’m also not very tall and cognizant that it may bother others. Honestly the couple inches that it actually reclines does nothing for me so I see no point in doing it.
  5. I got only one thing to say about all of this. I WISH my Pirates attempted to do this. But unfortunately they just don’t care very much about winning.
  6. I’m sorry but he’s just a pathetic human being. IMO of course
  7. Ran 2 miles today at around 9 minute mile pace. The run was super easy but my HR was around 170. 🙁 I probably need to slow it down but I felt like I couldn’t go much slower. I hope my HR gradually improves as I progress.
  8. Starting the official part of my training today! I happen to be working remotely today so will get my first run (2 miles today) in outside (despite the freezing temperature). I’m going to take it slow today and try to build the pace up gradually. Wish me luck!
  9. I agree with this. Speaking personally, that’s the part I remember about my mom who deteriorated quickly after her diagnosis of cancer at the age of 61.
  10. Man I don’t know how I missed this thread but I’m so sorry to hear this. Amazed at how strong you’ve been. Keep fighting!
  11. Are you able to start contributing now? Do you have a family? Kids?
  12. Since you started MAFing, did you also put yourself on a diet? Did you quit booze? Your results are impressive so I’m curious if there are contributing factors for your success.
  13. I would score well on an IQ test and I did extremely well on my SATs. I’m also very financially savvy (Which will allow me to retire at 55 even with 2 little kids). But I’m not “smart”. I’m pretty sure I know way less than the average FBG. I voted 20-40%