Tag: lifetime athlete

Your Mileage May Vary!

The Lifetime Athlete
The Lifetime Athlete
Your Mileage May Vary!
/

Your mileage my vary…and so will mine. This episode of The Lifetime Athlete Podcast delves into the topics of athletic fitness and athletic longevity from two interesting perspectives. First…how can you get the best mileage out of your body over your lifespan? Second…how does the ability to run one mile relate to that first question? This podcast was brought to…

Training for Hunting…Training for Life!

The title says a lot. You can and should train for any sport or activity that is important to you. And you should make your training work over your lifespan — to give you as many years of high performance as possible. I train as a Lifetime Athlete and I train to hunt, among a few other things. I’ve been…

Aging Gracefully…Aging Athletically!

Lately I’ve been in a rabbit hole studying longevity versus quality of life, and comparing performance to basic functional abilities. I’ve been examining the available literature on these topics as well as trying to be an observant human in the midst of every person in my circle existing as a case study. The research is quite interesting to say the…

Ep237 – The Magic of Recovery!

The Lifetime Athlete
The Lifetime Athlete
Ep237 - The Magic of Recovery!
/

Recovery is indeed magic. It’s the critical and often missing link in many peak performance programs. How to structure training, when to use high workloads, and how to fill in the time between big workouts most effectively are some of the topics covered in this episode. This is a must-listen for any serious fitness enthusiast or competitive athlete who wants…

Standardized Nomenclature for Footwork

Getting on the same page. Speaking the same language. This is good when we want to avoid confusion and increase effectiveness. When talking about footwork, specifically in reference to some common athletic movements, standardized nomenclature is essential. What I find, and I’m sure you have also, is that there is a bit of a disconnect when it comes to footwork.…

Ep225 – A Tribal Discussion and More!

The Lifetime Athlete
The Lifetime Athlete
Ep225 - A Tribal Discussion and More!
/

In today’s brief discussion I talk about things going on in our community and how I am inspired and motivated by engaging with our clients and audience. Fitness tips, informative videos, and other tasty tidbits are in today’s show. This podcast was brought to you by The Lifetime Athlete Coaching and Training Services. Our focus is helping you to achieve…

No Days Off!

No days off. This is a popular phrase and it has multiple interpretations, depending upon with whom you speak. I’m going to describe The Lifetime Athlete version of this term. Honestly, my perspective on “no days off” comes as much from what I’ve learned from others as it stems from my personal experience. In discussing my philosophy of “no days…

Ep215 – From Cancer Patient to Triathlon Medalist…John Bozzella!

The Lifetime Athlete
The Lifetime Athlete
Ep215 - From Cancer Patient to Triathlon Medalist...John Bozzella!
/

This is a fantastic episode and an amazing story. John Bozzella joins me today to discuss his journey in 2021. After a diagnosis of prostate cancer, surgery, and recovery…John trained himself into top shape, not just meeting his goals but exceeding them. His is an inspirational tale for Lifetime Athletes at every level. I know you will thoroughly enjoy visiting…

Ep211 – Training Before and After Surgery

The Lifetime Athlete
The Lifetime Athlete
Ep211 - Training Before and After Surgery
/

The title says it all. Training before and after surgery is an art form. Specifically, in this episode I answer three listener questions. How do I train for my upcoming surgery and make sure I’m optimally prepared? What can I do to maintain my conditioning in the pre and post surgical periods? And how do I blend rehab with training…

Ep141 – Defining the Lifetime Athlete

The Lifetime Athlete
The Lifetime Athlete
Ep141 - Defining the Lifetime Athlete
/

Defining the Lifetime Athlete involves several key indicators. First, a Lifetime Athlete has identified and developed an area of specialization…a sport or pursuit with fits his/her gifts and in which performance has been maximized. Next, the development of complete, well rounded, athletic athleticism is a must. Weaknesses or liabilities need to be shored up so they do not eventually bite…