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Thread in 'The Men's Health Forum' started by Ken Ford, Oct 30, 2020.
Ouch. That picture reminds me of my dad's leg a few years back. He used to water ski a lot when he was in college. So, when a friend offered to take us skiing that summer he said yes -- at 60-ish years old. The boat took off and he got up, but then lost his balance and sat down hard, blowing out a huge vein in his thigh.
I refuse to surrender.
And I'm currently paying for that with two different issues.
Young gun mouthing off for a sprint? Yep, I'd have done it too. Probably with same results.
No more running for me. The bulged disc gives me hell afterward. Also no squat or deadlifts heavier than 225....... The last time I ran on a treadmill this year was one mile in 9 minutes...I wasn't really pushing it either. A month later I still felt it.
LOL Smart Man right there!
I always went after it like fightin fire, wide a$$ open, My Dad told me one day. Son, if you live long enough, you will slow down whether or not you want to or not. I can promise you that.
Daily conditioning and a healthy diet, but definitely check your ego at the door!!! We don’t heal up as fast the older we get. You can still kick some ass, but you have to regularly train/diet. More of a lifestyle commitment than anything.
Yes sir, I'll be 63 next month and I can promise you it's the truth.