The "top downloads" pie chart is a little misleading, actually. The package manager itself doesn't have any visibility on package downloads because those are done through npm, and not nbbpm itself. What it does track is how many people ask nbbpm to suggest a version to download.
For example, if you run v1.8.1 and you want to download a plugin, the latest version might not be compatible, so the ACP will query nbbpm for a suggested version. That's counted as a "download" (since the "suggest" call is done behind the scenes and is opaque to the end user).
So you could be seeing true downloads... people downloading your plugins... or someone's just hammering GET /api/v1/suggest?package=nodebb-plugin-prometheus a lot 😄
Eventually the soreness stops and you miss it, feels like you didn't train hard enough.
I hear that. Though I'm not quite at the 300lb mark yet 😆 Hit a plateau at 205/210, but going below parallel.
Then again, if you've taken a break, I hear that SL is a great way to get back in the game vs. continuing on with your existing program. Once you hit that first plateau again, you go back into your old program.