Thinking of jogging a long slow loop around Wenatchee and East Wenatchee next week, maybe 30 miles, bring water and bars.
Stay healthy and safe!
Nice diagram showing the MOA for the Chloroquine in a nutshell allows zinc into cell which blocks virus reproduction.
RF reader wrote:
It has been quite a chaotic week for me.
Two weeks ago, we were told we would be going 100% remote teaching on Mar. 23. I thought, that's not a big deal since I was already doing 50-75% of my teaching remotely. But then, last Saturday, we were told we had to evacuate our offices by this Friday. So I started getting ready for that by copying my teaching related files from my desktop at office to my laptop at home. Then late Sunday night, we received another notice that the deadline would be Monday instead of Friday. I worked all day yesterday and did as much as I could before leaving my office after 10pm. Today is the first day I am doing all my work from my laptop and I am still getting used to it.
As far as running goes, I have been running on the track of a local junior high school. My gym closed on Wednesday, and the city closed public parks. (I have not checked if bike trails are also closed.) I ran 7 miles from Tuesday to Sunday, with a moderate progression on Friday that I closed with 7:33 for the last mile. The biggest problem, training-wise, is my inability to do certain ancillary exercises that require machines / equipment. I have been improvising some exercises at home. For now, I am just in a maintenance mode.
Hey PTF Thanks again.
Three weeks ago I started 4x250mg of ascorbic acid. Have briefly looked at the megadose therapy mentioned for ARDS. Have 200 grams on hand and might up that a bit;)
Melatonin well I would want to do some measurements before supplementing a hormone but I might pick up a emergency supply JIC.
Hemolysis , cell free hemoglobin , ARDS scary stuff.
Igy ARDS SUCKS . However I am hopeful our Intellectual Capital is going to save the day. Vacines, Anti Virals and treatment for ARDS the sooner the better. Mega dose C if symptoms is worth investigating . If this hits mainstream C will be like toilet paper.
Ghost of Igloi wrote:
52.8, not bad for a mid-packer....
[quote]Be Careful with C wrote:
Dosage above 250mg of C can be toxic and contraindicated without supervision of a medical professional:
I'm going to bet on what's in the research paper with over 100 references cited vs the random instagram post. And then there's this:
52.8 is fast . Sure SCC probably ran under 50 but who else who posts here has a faster 400 PR? Maybe KP.
Did you do a major buildup/effort to achieve this ?