Didn't you know - 64 is the new 36.
Neil - you underestimate your ability. Luckily Julie knows what you can do.
Actually, Julie now has a better idea of what I cannot do. Besides being excited at running a single kilometre, I am of concern because of weak abdominal region and far too tight leg muscles. And I thought I only had to worry about my back, calves, achilles tendon, plantar fasciaa and elbow tendons. I fear the alternative to home renovations may be partner renovation.
I didn't realise you were 76 already :)
We knew each other well before I reached 36. I was quite active and fit in my 20s, with lots of climbing in particular. My 30s were a bit of a fitness hole as climbing was no longer possible with young family. Turnaround didn't happen until 39. So memories of me 30 years ago would not have been relevant. Memories of me 40 years ago were much more relevant.