How a 77-Year-Old Ironman “Spiffs His Blood” with Adaptive Contrast™ [podcast]
Howard Glass is 77 years old and he is a beast.
He’s competed in 27 Ironman competitions and finished 17.5!
And he doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
In this 30-minute podcast episode, Howard and Tom talk about training, competing and recovering with LiveO2 Adaptive Contrast.
But they get into more interesting details, too:
- How we’ve gone from a participant society to a spectator society
- What “spiffing the blood” means in Howard’s training sessions with Tom
- How Howard trained to challenge himself pre-race so the air (elevation) in his upcoming Ironman wouldn’t feel challenging
- How we can start to own the ~60,000 miles of capillaries & blood vessels we have in our bodies
- How to expedite recovery and rid yourself of lactic acid & sore joints
- How a 50 year old can take his/her normal ~3 day recovery time down to 15 minutes
- What does biological age vs. energetic age mean?
Click below to listen!
- Cool video about Howard’s Ironman achievements (2015)
Have questions about using AC for athletic performance?
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