Lots of important stuff needs to be addressed,and can certainly get in the way of being singularly focused on my running passion.
This year will be virtually gone for me as mentioned in my previous post 2019 planning.
Nothing has altered basically to my two identified goals,HIIT mitchondria replacement and continuous running.
I hope over the last two months of this year I can at least maintain 20km/week to keep me ticking over.
Following my MOT/ results/ review I am pleased that I have agreed to raise my statin level from 10mg to 20 mg, and found out to reduce my risk I should be more correctly on the max of 80mg. It makes me more determined to shed a final stone when in the new year I get back to 50-60 km/week.I certainly proved to myself at that level the lbs just disappear.
I want to do something in 2019 for three charities, macular society, bowel cancer and diabetes.Working on dividing my annual distance between these three charities.
I have spent a little time over on the cholestral community trying to get myself some reassurance on my medication choices.More than happy with the support of my GP and where I am at.
As a side I am confused by the huge disparity that exists between tested medication, side effect views, untested alternatives, etc.,I am not a medic and need things to be simple, so what is not to like about tested medication that basically reduces risk.🤔
After all you have got to be living to run.🤔
Running is a gift we give to ourselves, it is life giving, we know exercise is mandatory really, and we know there are consequences if we do not,we are responsible for our own health,and for me now it is for the rest of my life.
Running is the golden thread that binds us and the forum together.I know our situations are uniquely different, but here on the running forum they are more shared and harmonious in my opinion.
Wishing you all well with your choices and journeys.