What makes an elite athlete successful whether a runner, swimmer, cyclist, ice hockey player, boxer, tennis player, soccer player, wrestler, rower that all of these sports have in common? Is it technique, strength, pain tolerance, endurance? There were some interesting answers to this question in the July 30, 2012 issue of Time Magazine, SURVIVAL OF … Continue reading SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST – Improve your performance
ASEA Athletes Tell Their Stories Photo: Todd Langley "We're just finding out what this product can and will do." -Lee Taft, Conditioning Coach, on last night's ASEA Athletes Call Elite ASEA Athletes Cody Waite, Keena Schaerrer, Lee Taft, and James Lawrence shared updates on their recent accomplishments and upcoming competitions around the globe on last night's ASEA … Continue reading Asea Athletes Tell Their Stories
In the New York Times Well Blog yesterday there was an excellent blog post about finding a running stride that will help a runner run injury free and comfortably for longer distances.
Drinking Asea has increased my endurance, stamina and sped up recovery. Many other endurance athletes and people of all ages with physical stress in their lives have experienced the same. Now there is research by the Appalachian State University Human Performance Laboratory, North Carolina Research Campus that validates what so many are experiencing. The video … Continue reading STUDY VALIDATES THAT ASEA INCREASES ENDURANCE AND STAMINA
My good friend, David Stretanski and I, plus a group of runners, went out on a hilly five mile run this morning. This past Sunday David completed a 50 mile unltramarathon race, finishing fifth. See David's blog post about the race. Today, David led the charge up some pretty steep hills and at the end … Continue reading Ultramarathoning and Asea
I recently read a fascinating article, Beware Of The Dogs, in the February 27, 2012 issue of the New Yorker Magazine. The article is about police dogs and how valuable they are in preventing terrorism and crime as either patrol dogs or detection dogs.. Where are they bred? How are they trained? What breeds are most effective? … Continue reading Asea – Animal Peak Performance
A good friend and fellow runner, David Stretanski, has experienced the benefits of Asea on many levels. In addition to being an outstanding fitness teacher and coach based on the principles of ChiRunning and ChiWalking, David is also an ultramarathoner. Check out David's blog post, Efficiency at a Lower Level, describing how he was introduced … Continue reading “Supporting Efficiency In All Aspects of Life”
...after using Asea......recovery from physical and emotional stress is much imrpoved.
...able to run longer, feel stronger at the end of the run than at the beginning and not feel the effect of a really hard run the nest day.
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