Dave Pascoe

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Original Leaderboard standing from Sept 2023 - June 2024

Latest Leaderboard standing, as of June 2024.

Bryan has recently moved up in the ranks since his Follistatin gene therapy, which seems to have finally prompted an update to the Leaderboard (after being notably stagnant for 8 months). It looks as though our oldest test scores (greater than 24 months) have now been dropped, which has accounted for both of our Average Pace scores notably improving.

Going by the old rules, I'd assumed they were going to continue ranking us by our best annual pace score, so I dared to retest after my 30 days in Italy, just to see how badly my 30 days of lack of sleep plus high carb, high sugar, and high caffeine diet affected my scores. 

Those results from April still aren't back yet, but now that I see they are going by averages, I understand that my curiosity will most certainly have shot me in the foot in upcoming updates. I would have never taken the test after Italy had I known that it would be used against me, even if my scores once back on my regular protocol prove to be stellar once again. 

And now that they are no longer posting chronological age, I see that they are also no longer considering "age adjusted" scores, treating a 30-year-old in 1st place, a 46-year-old in 3rd place, and a soon-to-be 62-year-old in 5th place as though they are the same.   

Frankly, I like that, and I'm honored and proud that I'm NOT being given ANY special consideration for my age in this competition, and still holding my own. 😉

To remain on the Leaderboard, it does appear that retesting is now required every 3 months, at the cost of $499, or $795 for a two-test bundle. While this will be great at keeping the Leaderboard and its scores current, I fear that this will create a large barrier of entry for many who would otherwise rise up into the ranks and remain on this listing,  😕

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My Continued Path Forward:

My aim is to continue targeting all of the known Hallmarks of Aging with all of the presently known and available interventions, as well as to STOP the unnecessary and unwitting acceleration of aging due to societally-accepted practices, such as, but not limited to:

and to continue working to stay strong, flexible, and with good spatial balance in order to stay youthful, sharp, vibrant, fit, and healthy for as long as is truly humanly possible, until the age of my natural death.  

In other words, to age well -- as well as is humanly possible -- which can be far better than we've learned to accept.

My parents were each able to live to the age of 89, despite not exercising, being relatively sedentary, not eating properly, smoking and drinking. They also battled various cancers and diseases for their last 25 years of life.  

I don't desire my healthspan to expire before my lifespan. My aim is to make them as equal as possible. My expectation is to live at the very least to the age of 95 in terrific shape (because I am continuing to put in the necessary work now), if not well-past the age of 110, God willing.  

Advances in health & anti-aging sciences are coming very quickly now, and even more will be coming over the ensuing 40-50 years that hold the promise of extending lifespan & healthspan even further.   

As long as I'm able to continue learning, growing, and contributing, while experiencing love, connection, and adventure to the fullest, then I'll remain up for the challenge of sticking around!

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