Look Ed, what I said way back when was out of line. No excuses.
Don’t try to get into or start a mud slinging fest. Just not worth it.
The key here is to try and give constructive advice about running. I have managed to eek out a few decent times on the low miles I have run for my lifetime average. (Started running in 1990 at the age of 27). As of late I have been averaging about 50 a week. Probably more like low 40’s overall.
I don’t claim to know it all but have had the good fortune of training with and under the guidance of some of the world’s best coaches. Mostly during my tenure as a speedskater/cyclist. Now in running.
The point is, my ability to “walk the talk” is more than justified.