THIS EPISODE OF GROWING OLDER LIVING YOUNGER focuses on how, by applying the positive mindset of an Ironman triathlete to your resistance training, at any age you can prevent muscle loss, and build strong, lean muscles.
My expert guest is Jennifer Rulon, a 15 times Ironman Triathlete who qualified for and participated in the 2017 World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, and who has “retired” from Triathlons to coach and train others.
[0:11] Introduction to this episode
[2:51] Jen Rulon
[5:57] How Jen’s dream of becoming an Ironman Triathlete began
[10:17] Adverse effects of vigorous training
[12:31] Knowing when to say goodbye to competition
[17:50] Your chosen fitness modality must bring you joy
[22:50] Resistance training as the Fountain of Youth
[23:56] Prevention should start years before the effects of joint or bone aging become apparent
[30:51] Takeaway message about aging well
Jen Rulon, has been a triathlon/fitness coach for more than 22 years. She earned her Master’s Degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis on Exercise Science. As a 15 × Ironman Triathlete, she has shared her knowledge as an author and speaker. Her book is titled “Self Motivation Strategies for Women,” and she has just launched a podcast, The Everyday Healthy Human. Self Motivation Strategies for Women. Although she is “retired” from the sport of triathlon, she still coaches and lives a life of abundance, strength training, walks, and catching the sunsets in Costa Rica
Learn more about Jen at these links
Get to know Your Host: Dr. Gillian Lockitch
GOLY Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/growingolderlivingyounger LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gillianlockitch/Twitter: https://twitter.com/GilliansReviews
To get your copy of Growing Older Living Younger: The Science of Aging Gracefully and The Art of Retiring Comfortably click here
And if you have not already done so, please follow, rate and review the show.