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RE: Women runs 520 miles on treadmill in 7 days but doesn't get WR as Guinness says her witness doesn't count

Agree with this wrote:

[b]Let's keep this reasonable wrote:

On behalf of balance, and the people using this thread as evidence to her current sponsors that she is a bad egg and not to be supported; this sort of comment is not very helpful.

She is many things, but she is NOT "overweight", and I'd like to think that a large proportion of the commenters on here would agree. This is EXACTLY the sort of thing that Amy and the aggressive boyfriend are jumping on to incite bulllying from their fanboys against us "trolls" and "bodyshamers".

She has a lot of questions to be answered regarding her "charity" combined with suspicious jetset lifestyle and creativity with the truth. Let's keep the comments on that, and not give them any more ammunition, please.

I agree that people should avoid commenting on her appearance in negative ways, as it is generally unhelpful and people shouldn’t do that anyway. While some comments are relevant, in that she certainly doesn’t look like someone who runs high mileage, those sorts of comments should be said in a non-insulting way.

On a positive note it does seem like she’s moved away from claiming to be a long distance runner to more of a “fitness motivator”. It would be even more positive ,if that is her chosen “career”’ path, that she get clients to pay her for her fitness motivation rather than this while charity angle. Personally I believe that the greater percentage of money raised that goes to “administration” (salaries and costs) the more a charity ceases to be a charity. If more than 50% of the money raised goes to “administrative costs”, arguably the main accomplishment of the “charity” is administrative and not charitable. To me it ceases to rationally even be considered a charity at 50%, but I would hope standards are much much higher. I would hope the maximum that administrative costs were allowed to be for a charity would be more in the 10% range of money raised.

All I was trying to say.... is she doesn't look like someone who runs high mileage at all.

Her body type is not suited for running even 100 miles a week, much less the ridiculous record she is claiming.

I'd love to have her prove me wrong though. How about she posts her high mileage exploits on Strava via a GPS watch?

Yeah, I don't see that happening. She is a scammer... simply put

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