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The foundations are set. The stars are aligned. My VO2max is substantial. It is time to put it to the test. It was a long and arduous journey to overcome a marked weakness in cardiovascular capacity and bipedal locomotion. After nearly five years, a man has finally trained enough in order to be a mediocre runner and a non-pathetic walker. It is time to transition from training to doing. It is time to start moving. "The slower we move, the faster we die. Make no mistake, moving is living." - Up In The Air THE QUEST A half-marathon cometh, and a man intends to partake in one's very fi
So I've been contemplating having my RMR tested. Over the past year I started strength training and initially noticed great results and progress, body wise. After the first few initial months though I noticed my lifts were still improving, but my body was pretty much staying the same. I was taking measurements and they weren't really moving, and my weight never really budged. I follow a paleo diet and I'm in the process of doing a Whole 30 right now. Over the holidays I indulged in foods that I normally wouldn't eat, so I'm glad to be back to clean eating and feeling great again. However, I