The death test, will you take it?

So this is what it looked like when I left to go running at 7:15AM this morning y’all.

foggy day

I went to sleep in Florida but I think I woke up in London! What the hell is going on with all this fog lately? It’s crazy. Fortunately by 9:00AM it has all dissipated but I can tell you that when I ran this morning the fog was the last thing on my mind. The humidity is what I was thinking about, at 100%, it was brutal. Not as brutal as it is in the summer months mind you, but still humidity is never fun to run in.

I managed to get 6.3 miles in this morning. I had planned to do 8 but after being sick on Sunday night I decided to alter the training a bit this week. You gotta do what you gotta do right?

And since we’re on the subject of running, have you heard about the treadmill death test? Are you familiar with the Bruce Protocol? Well, if you aren’t familiar with either you may want to read about this study.

The treadmill death test
John’s Hopkins researchers have determined that the results of a treadmill stress test could predict the risk of death over the next decade! And it’s highly accurate.
Click here to read the article.

If you’re worried about what your results would be if you took the treadmill test, here’s an interesting article for you.

make yourself happy in one minute
In this article from cosmopolitan magazine, the author gives you 13 ways to improve your health in one minute or less and one of those ways is chugging a beer. I kid you not. These are all really easy things you can do, heck I just completed one of the things on the list when I refilled my coffee cup. 🙂 Gotta love that.

And with that, I have some work to do so I’ll catch you tomorrow.

Turning on my computer

Turning on and Logging in!

If it was possible to predict your death with a test would you take it?

8 thoughts on “The death test, will you take it?

  1. I wouldn’t want to know! haha keep it a surprise. .. ha! I say that as if I’m looking forward to my death…
    One thing I heard from a man that lived to be 100+ yrs old was to never have kids… he said kids age you. So, according to him, I’ll be a goner twice as fast as some people.

  2. Frankly, I’m a little worried about what it means when you see a lot of math and your eyes go all blurry…

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