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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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#62 — Body Image & Eating Disorders, Doug Jowdy, PhD

Today we explore the all-to-common problem of using exercise to compensate for eating disorders and body image issues. Dr. Doug Jowdy talks though how to think about this problem and how we can overcome it.

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#62 -- Body Image & Eating Disorders, Doug Jowdy, PhD
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#61 — Mental Flexibility, Doug Jowdy, PhD

Dr. Doug Jowdy the renowned sports psychologist who works champion athletes as well as older athletes like you and me who seek a path to higher athletic performance today while ALSO transitioning toward a path of health and athletic longevity.
Today, Doug has returned to provide more tips for me and you to use to strengthen our psychology….to make us stronger mentally in optimizing the balance between longevity and athletic performance.

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#61 -- Mental Flexibility, Doug Jowdy, PhD
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#53 — Wearables for Health & Fitness — Adam Bataineh MD

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…

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#53 -- Wearables for Health & Fitness -- Adam Bataineh MD
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#51 — The AFib Cure Co-Author, Dr John Day

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 expected

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#51 -- The AFib Cure Co-Author, Dr John Day
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Bonus: Slaying Myths & Adapting to Nasal Breathing

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.

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Bonus: Slaying Myths & Adapting to Nasal Breathing
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#44 – Chris Schwenker, PT, Virtual Cycling’s Biggest Fan

Indoor Virtual Cycling is the evolution of our great sport. Listen to Chris Schwenker, P.T., virtual cycling’s biggest fan and publisher of Zommunique talk about how he uses and promotes virtual cycling to find fun, camaraderie, fitness and more.

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#44 - Chris Schwenker, PT, Virtual Cycling's Biggest Fan
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#43 – Yoga for Cyclists with Hunter Allen

Hunter was looking for a solution to undo some of that tension he had put into his body by riding so much for so long. Hunter found that yoga helped him to build muscles that were more supple…not just chiseled and ripped but also flexible and resilient

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#43 - Yoga for Cyclists with Hunter Allen
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#41 – How to Combine Strength & Cycling Training to get Faster on the Bike — Menachem Brodie

Menachem Brodie tells us how to use year-round strength training to get faster on the bike.

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#41 - How to Combine Strength & Cycling Training to get Faster on the Bike -- Menachem Brodie
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#22 – Back Health for Masters Cyclists

Even if you aren’t sitting on your bicycle for 20 or more hours a week, you ARE sitting in a chair and/or a bike for 50, 60 or more hours a week. After so many years of sitting, our bodies adapt to the sitting position, making us susceptible to injury and pain, and making us weaker on the bike and in life.

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#22 - Back Health for Masters Cyclists
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