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If it's a gym, I walk at an incline / climb. this way I get the running benefit without the high impact negatives. all of my siblings have been avid joggers/runners for several years at some point during their life, and every one has either had foot, ankle or knee problems. If it's not a gym, I still walk. And taking the stairs when possible.
Now that I type it out, it's not much is it?! Gee..
 

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I'm surprised you got a couple of likes on that one. While I don't have a lot of sympathy for people in that situation, I would just delete something like that if it were sent to me. In fact, I did.
 

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You're welcome. Now that one might have deserved a "ding" but I would probably be alone in that.
And no, I'm not overweight like that, so that's not the point.
 

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And as well to those who served, including:

My father-in-law, SSgt Loyd Tabor, US Army, Normandy, 1944 - Infantry, returned home to family, now deceased
A family friend, CWO2 Leo G Huber, US Army, Vietnam, 1970s - Medevac pilot KIA
A cousin, Jack Smith (rank unknown), US Army, Korea, early 1950s - Infantry, POW, returned home to family, now deceased
An uncle, James C Hassell, US Army, Wildcat Division, France, 1918 - Signal Corps, returned home to family, now deceased

And many more.
 

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