Charlene Francis, having just won her age group (75- 79) in a 5K on Saturday tells how she feels and what worked - she just ran her fastest 1500 in years this morning.....8:48. Click on the videos below.
French Record Holder Liv Westphal Transitions From Running For and Captaining Boston College's Cross Country and Track Teams To Running Professionally For Nike.....
Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Inez Kelleher: Your Bone Health Including Nutrition and Exercise.....
"Just drinking milk does not take care of our bones....."
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Health issues related to training through the lifespan are the focus of Dr. Kelleher's articles, podcasts, and talks at MOVE! gatherings. Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Kelleher is also a MOVE! athlete who has used the goal achievement method for her medical practice as well as athletics. See her articles under "Bone and Muscle M.D." above.
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Neal Heffron tried aqua jogging - today. Olympic triathlete Joe Maloy tried his first triathlon 8 years ago with a borrowed bike. MOVE! founder Cathy Utzschneider tried swimming three years ago. Comfortable? No. A different story now? Yes.
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Sometimes when times are tough, it's wise to back off on training. At other times, it might be time to intensify it. Runner and swimmer Gina Shield reflects on stress and training for daily resilience.
A recent book, Lead Yourself First, and a perspective on time alone by veteran runner, Charlene Francis, might inspire a meditation or increased awareness for alone time. It's important for leaders, the book says. But it's important for everyone.
Athletic goals encourage us to look forward. They inspire progress at every decade. And they require interdisciplinary perspective.
A "bird's-eye" perspective of the neurophysiology of habit suggests ways of thinking about habits you want to shed and new ones you want to adopt.....
Olympic Triathlete Joe Maloy, also MOVE!'s Strategic Advisor, explains the concept of "choice architecture" and why it helps you build your best habits.
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