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September is now gone

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Some running, 35K, some swimming 1 K, a lot of rest, a lot of fun, recovery time.

Managing a new empty nest, changing rythms, new habits.

My annual physical: Obese, as usual, Metabo, that’s a new Japanese disease if your belly circumference is more than 90 cm, and soon blind because of diabetes. So, Obese, Metabo and Blind. I take the challenge to beat any of these doctors on a marathon or longer distance. They don’t know much about runners. The first one didn’t even know what a Lymphoma cancer was. The second one check my legs for diabetes symptoms. Mouarf. I’ve runner legs, strong legs. What a waste of time. Not a single question on my activities.

Swim: Month: 1000 m, Year: 21850 m
Run: Month: 35 K, Year: 681.8 K
Vélo: Month 0 K, year: 88 K

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