Down 13 pounds!!! Although I had not set an actual target for weight loss (was hoping for 30 pounds but not really counting on that), about the middle of the project I decided I would be happy with about 12 pounds total, or 1.5 pounds per week. Hitting 13 means that I have a viable plan, a good trajectory and something to brag about!
And oh yes, not nearly the calf pain that I had before from yesterdays four mile trek. It seems I am working up a tolerance for it. They say that “road work” has gone out of fashion in mixed martial arts, that bag work is more useful and works the cardiovascular system just as well. However for my purposes, I want to work, abuse, stretch, strain as much of my body as possible so as to take advantage of the rest of my anti-aging regimen.
Now that I am close to finishing what has become Phase I of a multi-Phased program, I want to make sure my readers are familiar with one of my original inspirations for anti-aging, Dr. David Sinclair, a researcher at Harvard University.
You can see that he looks great, he has a lot of common sense and he is looking to the future. He talks about some of the measures that I have adopted in Tim vs. Aging, and looks a bit to the future.
I think I have mentioned “escape velocity” before. While Dr. Sinclair talks about NMN and the stuff he and his colleagues are working on, he also mentions more advanced methods under development. The only problem is that in order to take advantage of those new and likely better age reversal methods, you have to stay alive until they are ready. So escape veolicty is when you can add another ten years to your life, the next set of more advanced methods will add another 20, then the next another 50 and so on. My goal is 400 years (because I have too much sh*t to do!).