Just generally wanted to say that this is a great forum. I’m on the low end of the “Over 35”, but qualify nevertheless.
That really is a threshold age, old enough to accumulate sufficient injuries, reap/sow the results of a couple decades of choices, old enough to know better, but still a long way to go.
Some of your logs are incredible, and great inspiration to me. There’s a lot of great experience and information in this forum, and I stress experience, which trumps all. I may qualify to be in here because of age, but my “lifting age” is relatively young, so, while I read other forums for technical, I read these pages for perspective.
Pound for pound, I’m always more impressed with the older lifters than the younger ones because you (we) are usually fighting battles on several fronts: family/financial obligations, career stresses, kids, physical reality of fighting gravity for so long---- ahhhh, to be a 22 year old college student again— class, study, lift, eat, lift, get drink, sleep (OK, some of us worked in college, too).
Thanks and keep up the great work!