I do at least 8-10 miles a day, but I walk or hike and don't run.
I seriously am IMPRESSED like keep going! My momma is 95 & we think she can top 100 yrs age. She lost her lower left leg but is still mobile with the aid of a walker. I'll most likely check out of this life before you do. When you make it into the other side just ask around for jackflash from USMB board. I am impressed enough with your ability that I would like to meet you!
That's incredible! Have you done this all your life or did you start running later in life? I am just astounded your joints are still good enough to run, remarkable.
If you want to avoid aches and pains try riding a bike. Running puts your knees through a pounding at your age. Riding a bike helps your heart like running and it builds your legs like nothing else.
I had to swear off Tylenol, Aspirin, Advil, Aleve and all other drugs of that class, due to liver problems and uncontrollable bleeding.Bad case of gout ruined my 3mile a day run. 'I'm not sure if i will ever get back .'I'm not 100% so I walk. Two Tylenol along with my morning breakfast seems to ward off aches and pains long with liniment. Plus changing my diet in a radicle way seems to be easing off the gout.
You do that every day? Wow that's impressive! How long does it take you? I run half marathons in under 2 hours but it must take you at least twice that long to walk.I do at least 8-10 miles a day, but I walk or hike and don't run.
I have a Fitbit and keep my heartrate at 117 or higher while on the trails.
I average 27,000 steps a day, or about 13 miles total, and burn an average around 4500 calories a day.
I don't have aches and pains, but I have the time to take things slower.
Around 4 hours give or take (8-10 miles).You do that every day? Wow that's impressive! How long does it take you? I run half marathons in under 2 hours but it must take you at least twice that long to walk.