Learn a lot from another excellent Endurance Planet Podcast with Tawnee – Healing An Unstable Shoulder, Is Plantar Fasciitis a Symptom of Overtraining? Plus: Risks of Repeated Cortisone Injections, Aspirin, Low B12 and More
- Healing an unstable shoulder joint after years of sports; treatments and recovery for athletes.
- Shoulder issues involve the labrum, bursitis and tendonitis.
- Options for shoulder healing including PRP, prolotherapy and cortisone.
- Male Ironman master’s athlete wants to know how to clean up his diet, where to start without going too crazy, and introducing new healthy habits.
- Are there “go to” supplements that every endurance athlete should take?
- When looking to add supplements, should one get a blood test first to find out the current state of health as well as a hormone panel?
- “You can never supplement your way out of a bad diet.”
- Why would one take a daily baby Aspirin; is it a good idea for athletes?
- Aspirin risks: It can knock out sulfur and those taking it will also have higher magnesium requirements when taking a daily Aspirin.
- Athlete with a history of cancer and pernicious anemia who’s now running using the MAF Method but experiencing some issues.
- An issue like pernicious anemia could interfere with training/MAF; we discuss why.
- A B12 deficiency and/or anemia can impair MAF development.
- What’s the deal with high MCV.
- MAF training and being so slow, continually. Should one add in intensity and VO2max workouts or strength training with the intent to boost MAF?
- Cortisone for plantar fasciitis (PF).
- The Sock Doc says, never everrrr get four cortisone injections in the same spot!
- The real deal and real cause of PF in most cases.
- PF is almost always tied into overtraining and related to adrenal burnout as well.
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