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  1. Nope. I can't remember what my record is but I think it's around 7:30. I'm settling in at the 5k plus distance right now and will probably start increasing it a little so I can watch whole episodes of better call Saul. I'm finally watching it and it's living up to the hype so far. I want to get my aerobic fitness back up and increase my maximum distance and then get back to work on my 5k.
  2. Ran my MAF 5k a little extra slow today just for @FBG26. Did domd walking, yoga, lifting and push ups. Ate some takeout with my kid but stayed well under calories and had 130g protein and 26g fiber. Lots of water. Saw someone I hadn't seen in a while today and they said holy #### you lost a lot of weight, must be 50 lbs. It's 65 actually. And counting. Nine weeks down. 5 weeks to Easter.
  3. yoga with adriene total body yoga deep stretch 45 minutes of good deep stretching which i very much needed recently. I won't even complain about the misandry of the cow legs pose. 🐄 🦵
  4. Where's @General Malaisebeen? I'm not a Facebook guy so maybe everyone else knows what he's been up to
  5. If you click in the thread and read around that time frame a bunch of us were trying out MAF for the first time. It's a little over a year ago so It's all pre lockdown when everyone was motivated and going to gyms and nobody wore masks yet and it was close enough to new year's that otis was rowtis and giving diet and exercise advice and telling us alcohol is poison.
  6. Right this is what everyone says. It's what I said. This is me a year ago in the otis fad diet thread
  7. You're ####### nuts lol. I am not a doctor and this is not medical advice. Consult your doctor before beginning this or any diet or exercise program.
  8. https://www.midliferunning.com/MAF-training.html I used to run hard like that every time and then I tried running slow to run fast. MAF helped me cut a lot of time off my 5k and has led to me being able to run more often and without feeling like throwing up. It sounds like you might be running harder than you should on most of your runs which is something that almost all of us do. My guess is that you will try this, then post that you hated your first run doing thi and felt ridiculous going so slow because surely you can run faster than this, then get encouragement from other guys w
  9. https://www.reddit.com/r/cycling/comments/289vlu/rest_days_how_often_when_starting_out/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share Some interesting discussion here for a newer rider. One commenter said almost never and gave a good explanation of why, and there's some other good discussion from there.
  10. Just so we're clear, 7 hours for 26.2 miles is more than 5 and a half hours of walking 3mph (16.5 miles) with 1.5 hrs of running 6mph (9 miles) mixed in. I know you've done more running than i have, but i've got a lot of experience running while fat and that's a lot of pounding on your knees at 250 lbs. You might want to rest for a bit. I'm not a doctor and this is not medical advice but if it were me I'd take a day off lifting and still eat all the protein I normally do and let all those sore muscles knit.
  11. Drove to my mom's today, took a no exercise day and kept under 1500 calories again. Catching up on rest, and feeling better.
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