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Favourite athletic part of your body?

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11 Feb
11:03am, 11 Feb 2021
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Ankles here too, nice and strong.

Rest of me is rubbish!
12 Feb
5:50am, 12 Feb 2021
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My heart. Still going well at 40 bpm resting.
17 Feb
10:36am, 17 Feb 2021
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My calves: they look the part, at least.
5 Mar
6:46pm, 5 Mar 2021
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I am full of admiration for the fact that my body can still run at 68, and at least from a distance I think I look athletic as well. Not sure if a grey beard looks athletic, but say the rest of me.
5 Mar
7:39pm, 5 Mar 2021
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The Great Raemondo
I'm going to go with brain.

It's all a treacherous meat prison, don't get me wrong, but it's the grey squishy bit that keeps me going when all the pink and wibbly squishy bits (or the white brittle snappy bits) aren't cooperating.
5 Mar
7:47pm, 5 Mar 2021
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Came on here to say "brain, because without it the rest of me wouldn't bother" but Raemondo beat me to it :)
5 Mar
8:12pm, 5 Mar 2021
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I was thinking the other day while I was sprawled on the floor of the garage gym that my calves are pretty much pure solid muscle. My knees, on the other hand, are shit.
5 Mar
8:36pm, 5 Mar 2021
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“I used to think that the brain was the most wonderful organ in my body. Then I realised who was telling me this.”
— Emo Philips

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