Category Archives: health & fitness

Heart Zones Blink 3.0 Heart Rate, Step, and Cadence Sensor Product Review

I recently took the Heart Zones Blink 3.0 Heart Rate Sensor out for a spin and have now added it to my training arsenal. The Blink 3.0 brings a practical, accurate,, and easy to use solution to wearable feedback. This has proven to be a very effective way to monitor and track my workouts. The Blink [...]
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DelMoSports Ambassador Bio

I’m honored to join DelMoSports in a more official capacity in 2018. While I’ve always supported and promoted their events, I’ll be a little more visible this year as an athlete ambassador. Click HERE to read the bios of the ambassadors.
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Blood Cancer Heroes

Check out this video on some of the ground breaking blood cancer advancements coming out of Penn Medicine. Dr. David Porter is one of my docs and I’m grateful to be associated with this organization. Watch Dr. Carl June talk about his unprecedented immunotherapy treatment which received FDA approval in August. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society [...]
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Carpal Tunnel Surgery – All Clear!

Hey gang! I had my post surgery check up with my hand surgeon yesterday and everything looked perfect. He told me that he had no issues whatsoever during surgery and was confident that all carpal tunnel pressure should now be relieved. Woo hoo! He removed the stitches and set me free. Now I just have [...]
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Glass More Than Half Full

I was being a little more reflective than usual on my run the other day. During that reflection I realized that I’ve had a fair share of little bugs that needed repair over the last 14 months. Some bugs were smaller than others, and some perhaps not that small at all in comparison. As I [...]
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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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