Living With A Stent Since 2010, And Still Training (Carefully)

Living With A Stent Since 2010, And Still Training (Carefully)

Living With A Stent Graft Welcome! Hi! My goal is to provide you with the resources to you need to get your life back on track. There are lots of helpful people out there, so don't despair. Start talking to fellow travelers on the road to happiness, in spite of everything. One of the best places to start is Facebook, believe it or not. kev I expect you're here because you're living with a stent of some ... Read more

Master The Art Of Aging – Stent Or No Stent!

Master The Art Of Aging - Stent Or No Stent!

The Art Of Aging! Aging comes with certain challenges! It takes a little courage! Which I know you have! Just read the story of Bob Scott! “Scott had chest pain during a bike ride a decade ago, and did what any triathlete would do. He rode his bike to his doctor’s office. After an examination, his suspicions of cardiac disease confirmed, the doctor wanted Scott to head to the hospital for a cardiac cath. ... Read more

The Three Triathlon Success Keys

The Three Triathlon Success Keys

Three Triathlon Success Keys (1) Learn How to Balance in the Water Achieve balance in the water. If you don't you'll be fighting the water, and fighting for air, the whole time. Not efficient, not fun. How? Study total immersion swimming. (2) Get a Bike That Fits Have bike fit by a skilled expert. How? Find a great bike-fit lab, as I did at BiCycle Lab. If you don't you'll be in pain, A LOT OF ... Read more

Pronating On Purpose To Share The Anaerobic Load

Pronating On Purpose To Share The Anaerobic Load

Progressive Popliteal Artery Occlusion It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change. – Charles Darwin (attributed to!) Pronating on purpose in response to progressive right popliteal artery occlusion. It's worth a try, don't you think? This blockage sure is messing with my run. Claudication occurs in response to ... Read more

Incorporate Elliptical Trainer Sessions Into Your Vascular Disease Training

Incorporate Elliptical Trainer Sessions Into Your Vascular Disease Training

Incorporating Elliptical Trainer Aortic disease requires a wise approach to training. Incorporating elliptical trainer sessions into my 'save my aorta' training has the advantage of Zero impact Minimal hip flexion, with is good for the stability of my iliac artery stent grafts Can do a whole-body workout Progress is easily measured Can provide a solid core strengthening aspect My job is to ... Read more

Water Running For Peripheral Vascular Disease

Water Running For Peripheral Vascular Disease

Water Running? Boring but Great for Peripheral Vascular Disease? You're never alone with peripheral vascular disease. I'm happily dealing with three issues, when it comes to staying in my beloved sport, Ironman. It's a puzzle, rather than a disaster. More importantly, Willbe wonders what this has to do with giving him more walks and treats? There are three critical items to address: My common ... Read more

Vegan Religion Or Philosophy And Dreaming Of Eating Sardines

Vegan Religion Or Philosophy And Dreaming Of Eating Sardines

Vegan Religion or Philosophy? A healthy vegan listens to their body. religion: noun The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, a pursuit or interest to which someone ascribes supreme importance. "consumerism is the new religion" philosophy: noun the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence, especially when ... Read more

Aging Enjoyment: Nine Tips To Improve Your Life, Cancer Or No Cancer!

Aging Enjoyment: Nine Tips To Improve Your Life, Cancer Or No Cancer!

To Help Your Aging Enjoyment? Sure, but it's mainly up to you. Are you having a really hard time with a health challenge? Consider these nine radical changes to your life, from Radical Remission, whether you have cancer or not. We all have incipient cancer every day, by the way. Like we have hundreds to thousands of blood vessel leaks every day. Our body fixes them, until it doesn't, which will in part be a ... Read more

Take Pain Education Seriously Or The Sackler Family Will Get You!

Take Pain Education Seriously Or The Sackler Family Will Get You!

Pain Education? You want to know about the Sackler Family? A Pharmaceutical Ford Pinto! Pain education could have prevented all of this mess: The Family That Built an Empire of Pain: The Sackler Dynasty’s Ruthless Marketing of Painkillers Has Generated Billions of Dollars and Millions of Addicts. Patrick Radden Keefe, A Reporter at Large, The New Yorker, October 30th, 2017. I'm just sitting here, ... Read more

Specious Name Plantar Fasciitis

Specious Name Plantar Fasciitis

Specious Name Plantar Fasciitis More Acurately Acute Morning Heel Pain specious adjective superficially plausible, but actually wrong. – Google Dictionary I love to read, and learn new words. I'd seen the word specious many times, but never did get around to looking it up, until I was searching for the perfect word in a short chapter on acute morning heel pain, in the latest book. In fact, this is the ... Read more

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