Originally Posted by T@co_Pr3runn3r
I like to watch women run but I personally don't do it for fitness for the reasons mentioned. Have in the past but it's just not something I do anymore....not that I have anything against it and y'all who do do it, have fun with it. Just trying to not wear out or damage any of my mobility things so time doesn't fuck me quite as soon, that's all.
For the record, I'm a disable veteran with 40% disability rating, for injuries sustained while in "Jump School" @ Ft. Benning. The injuries were severe damage to my right ankle and right hip flexor.
I started running, as part of me rebelling against all the crappy foods that dieticians at the V.A. and the pain meds the Doctors at the V.A. had been pumping on me for over a decade.
When I was 20, I was told that I would need a hip replacement by age 40. No only I won't need a hip replacement (I'm 39), but I'll celebrate my 40th b-day by running a 15K, followed by a 5+3K the day AFTER the 15K.
What I'm trying to say is this. There is A LOT of health knowledge out there that people that go to Med school don't get, simply because they are too focus in "pill" dispensing.
BTW, I love surfing almost as much as sex, and kayaking is really cool too.