The thing of it is, as I progress into better muscular fitness, the lactic acid soreness is 10 times worse than it used to be before I had to take statins. I need to push my body harder than ever and logic tells me that this is a way to maximize the training effect that can lead to being more cardiovascular fitness. It's not all that unlike Brady trying to stay on the field when his chronological peers are long retired. Rage against the dying of the light and all that.
D, when you listed your fitness activities sprinting stuck out to me. I also belong to gym & lift, certainly not at the level you participate I'm sure, & I do mid to long distance running. M-F 5-7 miles & 13-16 on Saturday. Getting into serious cycling this spring. No running on Sunday. Anyway I'm wondering about the positive effects of sprinting. Maybe you can give some advise.
The only thing I said about Jimmy was that he was struggling in TC and he was by his own admission. He is not a very good practice player and that is what I was pointing out not that he sucked or that BB should have traded him although I really did want that overall #12 from the Browns. Ha, ha.