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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday March 11th



I’ve been experimenting with new diets and supplements lately to help me fight the effects of aging on my workouts and ability to think.  The hardest part of getting older is recovery.  You can still do almost anything at my age (I’m almost 50) but the recovery from it takes longer every year.  I still like to run 30-40 miles every weekend and it used to not effect runs later in the week. Now it takes me until Wednesday to get fresh legs each week.  A lot of the approaches to eating like Keto and vegetarian just don’t give the right ingredients to live the lifestyle I live. I’m too active to feed off my own fat.   I have to eat calories, meat, some carbs, and time my food to replenish everything that is lost. But I don’t eat out and I can’t remember the last time I had something with grease.   I don’t take anything to0 fancy, a multivitamin, a probiotic, 2 liters of water in the morning, Alpha Brain and two bananas.  I usually follow a 5:30 am run each day with a cold shower for my muscles and a big breakfast to fuel.  And I eat dessert one day a week.  Usually on my long run of 20 miles or more.  And no eating after dinner except for a banana or nothing.  A most importantly sleep.  7 hours or more every day.  It’s the key to everything.  And how do I know my program is working?

My heart rate.  I record it 24 hours a day.   If I have gotten enough sleep, my body is rested,  and I am not anxious about anything,  my resting heart rate when I wake up is 48.  If I don’t get enough sleep or my body is tired from a previous run, I wake up at 53-55.   If it’s higher than then I am either sick or worried about something.  Those number vary depending on the season and what shape I’m in.  But I know my body.  Nothing tells you more about your health than your heartbeat.   I stack years of morning and daily runs on top of each other to see how training is going compared to past runs.   It sounds obsessive but really its just training and planning in an attempt to do something well.  And by well I mean living and treating my body well.  I even wear a retainer at night to keep my teeth from turning into old people teeth. You know what they are. Look at a person that s 60 or 70 and look at their bottom teeth.  They look like a pileup on the highway during a snowstorm.  Call it vain, but millions of people spend money on plastic surgery to look better.  I figure I would do the things I can do to make me feel better and stay anxiety free and I’m hoping the bonus is that doing that helps me look better as well.  Enjoy your Sunday.   Here are today’s names.  Click for current price

Quote Of The Day:  “If it won’t matter in 5 years don’t waste 5 minutes getting angry about it

Domain Of The Day:    12 years old.  Under the floor price of LLLL.coms.  Ends today

Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids   I think this is the best name on the board.  Blockchain is the future of finance    “Agency” is what I see.  36 bids sees something as well.  18 years old   Quite a few war memorials around the world    Has a vowel but has great letters so the price should be higher than average   The proper way to spell Sandwich 🙂 .  Made popular on Martin.   Getting a good price   2 bids.  You are going to see a lot about hyphens tomorrow on Sherpa.  Most is in jest BUT…   Coding University   Getting a lot of bids and I sure hope its not for the band Train.  Not a fan   “pixel” or PX Illinois.   Or just a   People have liked oddities for thousands of years    Brands like this are super popular. Hand reg to three figures in a year   I get emails that say do exactly the opposite.   I still prefer paper  sounds like an overpriced nutritional supplement    71,000 backlinks.   An old website/badge that would let a visitor know if they were using an outdated browser. 6200 backlinks and 11 bids


Domains With One or No Bids No bids. This certainly won’t end with no bids. 10 million Google results Dickie V doesn’t have his name? This is a person that deserves the gift of his name The best prices LLNN are for repeating numbers or letters. Here’s one with no bids I’m not a fan but millions of people love cruises Another one with no bids Not much value but I like the name for $12 Another LLNN with no bids for the taking What every girls dreams of spending $15,000 on Nice name for a canna business. No bids at $12 No political statement here. Just showing its available with no bids VPN or proxy server name with no bids. 13 years old No bids. Most people like natural and baths

Other Domains With Bids
Namejet Auction   A ton of bidders for a 6N.  Has to be the 8s.  Or backorders left over from back when these were killing it  32 bidders.   Cost and selling price are all that matter.  And locally sourced…and fair trade….and    Natural gas and petrol.  Billion of dollars a week.  26 bidders   Good marketing name for a real estate company orFSBO  This is the test to see how much testosterone is in your blood.  Decreases greatly as you get older.  Especially if you’re obese and/or don’t exercise   Solid cloud storage name for $69.  3 bidders   The name of Trumps new wall.  Just kidding.  No bidders     5N with no 4s or zeros have held steady in the $2K ish range  Could reach reserve.  Which is more than a lot of the high reserve names can say lately

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6 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday March 11th”

    1. I have used quite a few but my favorite by far is the Garmin Forerunner 230. Super light, battery last a week without charging, and everything automatically bluetooths to your phone. Fantastic piece of equipment. The Forerunner 35 is a great watch too for a cheaper price if you don’t want the color and a few other bells and whistles.

  1. Recovery – throw in some massage therapy into your routine. Many athletes regret that they never took the time to get massage treatment during their careers. It really helps…

    1. Bobby,

      During the final two month of training I go once a week for a sports massage and during the off season I get Graston technique done on my muscles. Muscles are supposed to be long smooth muscles. No massage or graston turns them into spaghetti and tangled cables. Michael Jordan has soft, long, smooth muscles because he had them massaged back into order every single day. A luxury most can’t afford. My calves right now are a mess and Graston makes getting a tattoo feel like someone tickling you. It is so painful tearing and healing muscles.

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