Very inspiring, as it were. I suppose it would be beneficial for all of us to get one of these contraptions, so we can establish a baseline for future reference.
Funny you should say that, Charlie, because several years back when I was anemic and wrestling with what was/might be going on, I was wishing I had some baseline blood tests to see what might stand as normal for me (perhaps my "normal" had been at the low end of the ranges for things like hemoglobin and iron serum for many years or even decades and I suspect it may well have been.) In retrospect, some baseline measures for some of these things could prove invaluable and therefore worth taking the trouble to accumulate--you just never know.
You should get Racer X8A7 to give it a try, I bet he'd be really inspirational.
A glance at Matt Carpenter and it was hard not to think of him as a pair of lungs on some sticks. It would be interesting to see what he could do. Some people have freakishly good genetics for certain tasks.