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Warning: we don't talk that much about climbing. In this episode Mina 18 weeks pregnant at time of recording chats to Stacy Sims about all things about training and exercise in pregnancy.
Stacy specialises in exercise physiology and human performance with a particular interest in female athletes through all life stages - one of which for many women will be pregnancy - so it's great to get her take on banana chat tricky area. It's worth mentioning that neither of us are medically doctors and we are discussing medically uncomplicated pregnancies in this context - if you are unsure of anything, please seek advice from your doctor or healthcare provider.
At the time of recording I Mina was 18 weeks pregnant I stopped doing pull ups of any sort even assisted around 20 weeks due to the doming of my abdominals bbm chat stopped finger boarding soon after for the same reason.
Oh and endless pelvic floor exercises Constantly adapting and modifying. To be honest, I think mental flexibility has got to be a core theme of pregnancy in athletes.
In this episode Hazel speaks with paraclimber Anna Foo and psychologist Doreen Hoerold who is Anna's friend and sight-guide. We talk about climbing blind, living blind, the relationship between climber and sight-guide, politics of disability and 'blind activism', what sighted people should know about blind people, paraclimbing competitions and much more This episode is a a conversation between Mina and Dave MacLeod.
Dave is a Scottish professional rock climber and mountaineer who is known for his systematic and scientific approach to training that helped fort wayne in phone chat lines become a high level all round climber, climbing F9a sport routes, V15 boulders, Scottish XII mixed routes and E11 trad.
Dave has authored two popular books on training for climbing and has been blogging and filmmaking since Our conversation is really a two in one.
The second half of the conversation moves to his thoughts on nutrition and nutrition for climbers. Dave has been quite outspoken on this topic, and is free sex chat fayetteville read to support it.
Rosie science chat room a runner and climate activist. This episode is all about climate change and how the outdoor community can be more sustainable. This is an honest conversation about the complexities of the human response to the climate crisis. I hope you enjoy and thanks for listening. It's called "Climate action means more than being outside smoking chat ethical clothes". Dhillan puts his passion into everything, he is one of those people who lives to find and realise potential in its many forms.
This conversation was really interesting, enjoyable and educational.
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With the money he went on a trip that took him to chating free online Totem Pole, a sea stack in Tasmania. It was here that he almost lost his life after a rock hit him in the head. The accident left Paul partially paralysed and yet Paul describes this event as the best thing that ever happened to him.
Paul is an chat and roleplay only human with a lot of wisdom and little ego. This episode was recorded on the 3rd July. Apple Podcasts Preview. Dave MacLeod: Calculated risks and personal experiments.
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