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#72 — Heart Rate Foundations of Fitness with Coach Hunter Allen

Coach Hunter Allen, Power Meter Guru, shares his insights on using heart rate as a guide for training.

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#72 -- Heart Rate Foundations of Fitness with Coach Hunter Allen
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#71 — Framework for Durability w/Dr Nick DiNubile

The how and why of building durability in older athletes, including dealing with scar tissue that leads to chronic injury.

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#70 — Healing Yourself w/ Joe Taft

Joe Taft was born a mover and has always found refuge in the pursuit of excellence in a variety of sports and outdoor activities. He has been studying human movement patterns as either an athlete, coach or the teacher in a variety of sports, such as skiing, tennis, kayaking and yoga. 30 years ago, Joe discovered that yoga provided the insights into how the body desires balance in order to be pain-free and how to apply subtle alignment actions at the right time.

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#69 — Longevity Longcuts & Shortcuts w/ Dr. Brad Stanfield

Sponsor: RePowerU — a free fitness practices assessment (a 10-minute questionnaire) Brad Stanfield, MD Today on episode #69, I talk with Dr. Brad Stanfield, a medical doctor and searcher for ways to optimize longevity. This is a impossibly complex subject fraught with wrong-headed shortcuts, snake oil, and marketing lies. What is aging? How to stop…

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#68 — Becoming Anti-Fragile w/Dr Mike T Nelson

Dr. Mike T Nelson is uniquely qualified to help the older athlete understand how to become better than merely resilient…to become anti-fragile. How to become stronger through exposure to chaos.

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#67 — Hormone Health for the Older Male & Female Athlete w/Dr Kyle Gillett

Dr Gillett provides high-level tips on how the older athlete can recover and maintain hormonal health for improved general health, higher fitness, and a better quality of life. Listen in to hear about the surprising mistakes people make with common supplements and other tips for dealing with common conditions such as: low energy, lack of focus, declining strength, and more.

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#67 -- Hormone Health for the Older Male & Female Athlete w/Dr Kyle Gillett
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#66 — Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) for Training & Recovery w/Derek Hansen

Join in as Derek goes through the many ways EMS can be used by older athletes to deal with limited ROM, injuries, surgeries as well as simple recovery from exercise and as a substitute for exercise when traveling or otherwise unable to get it done the natural way.

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#66 -- Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) for Training & Recovery w/Derek Hansen
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#65 – Optimizing Aging Muscle, w/Brendan Egan, PhD

Sponsor: RePowerU — a free fitness practices assessment (a 10-minute questionnaire) Dr. Egan is an expert in skeletal muscle function and adaptation during aging. Brendan joins Wise Athletes today to share his unique insights into the synergy between nutrition and exercise interventions to optimize performance in older athletes. BIO Brendan Egan, PhD is Associate Professor…

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#65 - Optimizing Aging Muscle, w/Brendan Egan, PhD
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#64 – Eating for Higher Energy w/Dr. Rick Johnson

Sponsor: RePowerU — a free fitness practices assessment (a 10-minute questionnaire) Discussion Summary: Today I am pleased to present episode #64 with one of the world’s foremost experts on fructose and why people get fat, Dr Richard Johnson.  Today you will also learn some easy changes to your own lifestyle to improve your health, which…

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#63 — Boosting Testosterone Right with Rick Cohen, MD

For men, think of your testosterone as an overall marker of your health and wellbeing. Wondering about the benefits of sufficient testosterone? Improved athletic performance, Decreased workout recovery time—less joint pain, stiffness and muscle soreness, Increased lean muscle mass and decreased body fat, Enhanced libido and sexual function, Feeling calmer, more stress-proof, and more positive about your life

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#63 -- Boosting Testosterone Right with Rick Cohen, MD
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