Whats on tap for 2016!

With one duathlon already in the books (Iron Hawk) that means the start of the 2016 MultiSport Canada Duathlon/Triathlon Recharge With Milk Series is just weeks away. Like most competitive athletes I have been working hard since October of last year to prepare […]

The effect of Beta Blockers

Understanding Beta Blockers Beta blockers slow down the heart with the idea of keeping people like myself safer from risk of heart attack. It also reduces tolerance to exercise and any activities that require high cardio output. These drugs come […]

LQTS – Two Year Update

Its been just over two years since I was handed a diagnosis of my genetic heart condition known as Long QT Syndrome (LQTS). If you have read the previous post I gave a general description of what it is and where […]

Nutrition Update – Part 2

Yesterday I received my detailed nutrition analyses from #NutritionRx and wonderful Jennifer Broxterman – Sports Nutritionist, the results were surprising to say the least. I indicated in my first post that I was not getting enough protein in my diet, while that […]

Nutrition Update

Part 1 Click Here For Part 2 Today marks one month of being on my new nutrition plan and I can say I feel better than ever. I visited Jennifer Broxterman at NutritionRX after having an absolute “bonk” that lasted almost a week. Our […]

Morton’s Neuroma

“Morton’s neuroma is a thickening of the tissue around one of the nerves leading to your toes. This can cause a sharp, burning pain in the ball of your foot. Your toes also may sting, burn or feel numb.” I have […]

LQTS – Diagnosis

I have been diagnosed with a genetic heart condition known as LQTS (Long QT Syndrome) which is a rare inherited heart condition in which delayed repolarization of the heart following a heartbeat increases the risk of cardiac arrest. The condition is named because […]