I spoke with Ken MacAlpine and Jon Palumbo of the Bluewater International Grandfondo. Ken and Jon are not professional event promoters nor are they long-time leaders in the cycling industry or ex-professional athletes. They are just regular people like you and me….people who love cycling and who wanted to encourage other people, cyclists or not, to come together to ride for fun, and for community, and to go all-in in support of a worthy charity.Read More
The Posturepro Method has gained global recognition for eliminating chronic pain, increasing strength, and improving sport proficiencyRead More
Sponsor: RePowerU — a free fitness practices assessment (a 10-minute questionnaire) Who is Dr. Adam Bataineh? Adam Bataineh, MD: Internal medicine doctor focused on aging and longevity. Co-founder and chief medical officer of Span Health, a longevity-focused health coaching app. The focus of the Wise Athletes podcast is older athletes, and how they can improve…Read More
Dr. Luks is a top Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine Physician who is also a masters athlete. Dr Luks knows all too well how hard it can be and how important it is to remain athletic for the pleasures it brings to life as well as for the many health and longevity benefits that cannot be obtained in any other way. In our talk we discuss the many aspects of making your joints last a lifetime.Read More
Long time, competitive endurance athletes show a higher risks of AFib, which is a marker of premature aging. The faster you solve AFib, the better your long-term outcome. Ablation technologies have come a long way….success rates of 80-90% can be expectedRead More
This is a shortened version of Episode 50 (1.5 hours long)….I cut out the good and left the great parts of the story from George Dallam, PhD on nasal breathing for health and performance.Read More
Nasal breathing is not a trick or hack to get an unnatural advantage. Nasal breathing is the designed in way to breathe properly. Not nasal breathing causes problems which can be undone by starting to nasal breathe.
Dr. Dallam says, “One simple rule: breath through nose all the time, or as much as possible.”
Strength training for endurance athletes pulls them out of their repetitive stress patterns. Building proper movement patterns provides a foundational way to bring the body back to balance. Once in balance, getting stronger, ongoing cross training, and adequate recovery creates resilience against injury.Read More
Breathwork is the deliberate practice of breath to improve your state of being. Faster breathing does not result in “super oxygenation” of the blood. It just removes more CO2, which makes it harder to capture oxygen from breathing.Read More
I am delighted to be joined by Christine Bell, the Aussie PT. Christine
Is a physical therapist and coach for endurance athletes. She is well known for her ability to identify root causes of pain and her ability to resolve the underlying functional problems using hands on techniques and dry needling.