Milestone and adjustment
Well it's has been 10 days since Pacemaker 2.0 - a removal and reinstall .
The capacity for the human body to heal is amazing !! When I got home I could not get out if bed without help - 10 days later ? Incision is all but healed and pain minimal . I drove yesterday and it felt great . Amazing what a difference time makes and the healing power of the body .
pre PM in 2019 I was a competive RB player - then a PB player/instructor .
I am thinking about dialing it down a bit - maybe golf ?
i have navigated heart disease since a bypass at 44 years old .... to put it blountly I am exhausted ... worn out . The preoccupation with exercise and nutrition has me fatigued ! Not physically but mentally .
i read an article that puts the benefits of walking same as running - Imagbe it is time to "act my age " ?
diial it back to regular daily walking ... maybe a little strength training to keep my legs strong .
my EF is 30 .... hopeful this PM helps that.
In guess my question is how much is enough and how much is too much ?
You know you're wired when...
Airport security gives you free massages.
My pacemaker has ultimately saved mine and my unborn childs life for which I am thankful.