15 November 2012
Being a champion is often associated with standing on top of a podium or being on the world championship team. I see champions everyday in all walks of life. What will you do to bring the champion out in yourself or those around you?
30 April 2012
Training HARD is not always the equivalent of training SMART! While training as an amputee, there are many factors to be considered when it comes to limb care. Just like you have to let the body recover, you also have to do the same with your risidual limb.
30 January 2012
The Wounded Warriors Amputee Softball Team came to play and even though the Bionic Blogger's OPS is .000 today - he might have learned something in the process.
20 January 2012
Something over looked often is proper skin hygiene on your residual limb. Veteran amputees practice it daily or at least should, but new amputees my not understand the importance of why it so important.
18 October 2011
Setting goals can be great for increasing your motivation. Let’s discuss what goals you may have and share tips on helping others to accomplish theirs.
7 October 2011
An interesting study was published on cardio. Read on and post your thoughts!
5 October 2011
Getting fit doesn’t start by talking about it, it starts when you have a “Game Plan.”
26 September 2011
What can I do to stay motivated? Get a training partner.
Let’s share some thoughts on the great people who have supported us when training and why a training partner has been important to you.
16 September 2011
Motivation is easy to lose, yet hard to gain. Join our discussion on the secrets to staying motivated.
14 September 2011
Build great HABITS and success will become second nature. It will be hard to start with, when pursuing a new goal, but given the Game Plan you have set out, you just have to make sure you stick to it.
7 September 2011
My experience at the U.S. Paratriathlon National Championships – leading up to World Champs in Beijing.
1 September 2011
After an amputee has been fitted with a prosthesis, physical fitness, strength and conditioning are very important factors to ensuring their success. It’s great that we teach amputees proper form for walking and running, but many of them do not have the strength to perform these tasks.