Category Archives: health & fitness

Carpal Tunnel Take 2

So here’s a funny little story… you might recall that I had carpal tunnel release surgery on my left hand back in December. Well, my right hand apparently has gotten very jealous and wants in on the action. I’m not surprised as I knew both hands had very similar test results. So, long story short [...]
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Weekly Fit Tips

Fit and Fab(ric) Fit and fabric are important keys to your workout success. You’d be surprised what a difference wearing the right clothing will make. Choose something that has a breathable moisture wicking fabric and fits you properly. Choose function over style. You will feel better and if you feel better, and that can only lead [...]
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Intestinal Fortitute

Greetings! On my ride yesterday I got to thinking about a high school soccer coach I had who used to preach the importance of having “intestinal fortitude” to be able to dig deep when you needed that something extra. We really didn’t get it as teenagers. But somewhere along the way of 30 years of [...]
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Breaking Team in Trainin News

Registration for Saint Anthony’s Triathlon on April 29th, 2018, has opened. Join the Team today to take advantage of the Early Bird commitment level pricing. Use code TRITNT to join for free ($100 value, expires 7/31/17) http://bit.ly/TNTFY18Reg
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Rothman Ambassador

The Rothman Institute liked my story and wanted to run it as part of their Ambassador program. You can check it out here: Steve – Meniscectomy
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Cancer Support Community

And yet another contact that I made on my recent trip to Chicago was the Cancer Support Community. As the largest professionally led nonprofit network of cancer support worldwide, the Cancer Support Community (CSC) is dedicated to ensuring that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action and sustained by community. [...]
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Chicago Visit With Team Teva

I was honored to be in ChiTown this week as part of the Bendeka Patient Advocacy Groups Advisory Board hosted by Teva Pharmaceuticals. Some of you might recall that I was treated with Teva Pharmaceutical’s drug Bendeka last year with very positive results. While in Chicago I had the opportunity to meet with some of [...]
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New Movement Sports Magazine Article

I’ve written a new piece for Movements Sports Magazine. Please give it a read if you have a minute. Click HERE to read.
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Knee Update

Greetings! I am most happy to report that I finished physical therapy this week and am now FREE and CLEAR. Well, almost. I am free and clear to go full bore on the bike and weight room. I need to wait one more week before I return to running. But that’s purely precautionary. And yes…. I [...]
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Successful Knee Procedure & IRONMAN Foundation

I’m delivering two nuggets for the price of one this morning. First is the good news that my menisectomy went very well yesterday. It was very short and sweet, as anticipated. Secondly, as most of you know, I’m racing IRONMAN Lake Placid 70.3 in September with The IRONMAN Foundation. IMF raises funds and provides community [...]
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