Videos + Presentations
Exercise Recovery for the Aging Athlete
How should you train, eat, rest, and hydrate to improve muscle recovery and performance after exercise? How many carbs should you eat? How much protein? Are electrolytes and antioxidants useful? Musculoskeletal specialist Naomi L. Albertson, M.D. explains steps older athletes (and people who just want to stay active with age) can take to speed up recovery. Presentation with convenient reference charts detailing carbohydrate and protein consumption for recovery.
The Aging Athlete (AKA Staying Active)
Musculoskeletal specialist Dr. Albertson details the effects of aging on the body, highlighting the changes to cells, bones, muscles, and joints—with suggestions for minimizing those effects, improving performance, and staying strong and active with age.
Presented on August 26th, 2016 to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Reno, Nevada.
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