Sure, on the outside we may look like pristine, spandex-clad Greek gods and goddesses out dominating Ironman triathlons, Crossfit games and ultra-runs, but on the inside, we deal with depleted hormones, overstressed hearts and broken guts from our physically demanding lifestyle.We tear-up, trash and tank our bodies for the sake of enhancing endurance, while sacrificing our health and life.
James O’Keefe, a cardiologist from the Mid America Heart Institute at St. During his talk, he reviewed many studies of physically active people, including those who trained for and raced in endurance events, such as marathons, triathlons, ultramarathons or long cycling events. All the cakes are yours Easter eggs, Christmas chocolates, birthday cakes, those pretend After-Eight mints you get after a curry; they're all yours because your triathlete date will shun them all for fear that one mouthful will cause them to put on a stone and wreck all their PBs for the season.The only exception is immediately after a race when all the cakes are theirs, plus all the pies, pizzas, fruit, sweets, veg, cashew nuts you’ve had in the draw since last Christmas, and any other food they can find. See into the future If you want a looker-for-life and are concerned about what effect the ravages of time will have on the attractive athletic god or goddess you are dating, simply take a look at them immediately after early morning swim training to see exactly what they will look like in ten years’ time. Win any argument with a light grip of thigh I am to romance what soap-on-a-rope was to the 1970s, so occasionally the course of true love does not run smooth and Mrs B and I descend into crossed-words.Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.