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photoGetting the biggest bang for your buck; some low cost means of improving your performance and preventing injury.
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photoThere are other risks that may not be perceived because of their long term nature. This article deals with one of those, the risk of developing skin cancer.
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photoWhen trying to understand what your body is telling you with a sensation of pain, it is helpful to be analytical. Pay close attention to the characteristics of the pain to help with diagnosis.
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photoExercise performance will invariably be negatively affected. Add to this the feelings of malaise and weakness and one might wonder, “Why bother?”
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photoThis article will cover the basics on the nutritional needs of athletes and will include some standard recommendations from neutral bodies.
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photoInjury prevention strategies that all new triathletes should be familiar with prior to embarking on a training regimen.
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photoIt is inadvisable for some people to begin an intensive exercise program without first consulting a health professional for advice, monitoring, and in some cases, tests.
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photoLike many of you, my knowledge of triathlon at that time was restricted to the Hawaii Ironman and when my friend put this idea forward I shrugged it off as being absurd.
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Began triathlon in 2001 and have now completed two IMs, (Canada, 2004 & Coeur d'Alene 2005) as well as many halfs and even more olys and sprints.
Written for first Inside Triathlon and now Triathlete Magazine since 2003. Mostly a web based column called 'Ask the Tri Doc' but also now have two print articles as well.
Member of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team Medical Group 2001-2003