Day 16 – Building Momentum With My Deficit And A Rant About Clean Eating Hippies.

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  1. mike says:

    hey, live life for you not others, as the saying goes if you bothered by what others think of you, you’ll forever be their prisoner.
    I’m privileged in that I’m not addicted to alcohol so can take or leave it so tonight, Friday ill have several vodka and cokes mmm. and maybe tomorow i dont know, BUT that wasn’t the way with speed a few years ago.. ahem…very Moorish that shit. so i know how it can be.
    i’ve only recently graduated from run walking because that’s the way i was taught years ago and had to take the leap a month ago to non stop running. i can now run 16k non stop three times a week so far, don’t know if I’ll ever be a daily runner i don’t seem to have that much enthusiasm for it. i like it but at 100 minutes for 16k that’s about as much as im willing to spend on running three times a week. BUT if your ever around Manchester give me an email, id love to have a run with you. cheers big ears.

  2. Ana says:

    Hey Matt. Don’t listen to these idiots. You are doing great. these trolls are just toxic, judgemental arseholes with nothing better to do. I have always been impressed by your honesty and by your willingness to show vulnerability through what its clearly a challenging process. It takes guts to do that publicly. So power to you and bollocks to the trolls. Btw, I’m loving your daily blogging streak

  3. Nono Runner says:

    Hi Matt,

    It seems to me that one problem you might have with food is that the healthy food you had was often tasteless. Perhaps you should take advantage of the current deficit streak you are in (congrats for that btw. I am so impressed and envious) to try replacing a few of the chocolaty stuff by really tasty fruits etc. Think of that orange when you got lost. Some fruit are very sweet (e.g mangos, pears) and could provide you with both pleasure and benefits.
    When it comes to heart attack at 70 … this is not how it goes. Sometimes it does (at 50). But before you might hit some more nasty stuff, like loosing organs (liver, kidneys) or, in case of diabetes, extremities.
    Anyway. Keep on the good work. You’re doing great.

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