BBHT 13: Ultramans, Ironmans and distance athletes, rehab and health concerns - Brain and Body Health
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BBHT 13: Ultramans, Ironmans and distance athletes, rehab and health concerns

BBHT 13: Ultramans, Ironmans and distance athletes, rehab and health concerns

Distance athletes put a lot of load on their body. Physically, biochemically and emotionally. Knowing how to train your body to be ready for a distance competition is not only key for your success but for the prevention of injury.

James Staciwa from Transitions Chiropractic in Newcastle has done it all. Recently completing an Ultraman competition and having done several Ironmans in the past James is a guy who has put his body through a lot and knows what to do and how to approach a long distance competition without trashing his body.

In this podcast we go over everything from running technique tips to mental tricks to stay strong to nutrition and training tips.

Enjoy.

1Comment
  • James Staciwa
    Posted at 18:02h, 19 July Reply

    Thanks for including a little of my story Dr Eric. Was great to be included. You don’t have to be crazy to do this kind of stuff you just have to have a reason that’s crazy enough to start the fire. For me I just wanted to see how far I could go…. Thanks again.

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