Optimal Health makes a difference in all our lives. Sedentary people will enjoy pain free movement when the body is functioning at its best. Active people enjoy the feeling when their body keeps ups with the busy, active lifestyle they maintain. The high level atheletes reap the rewards of success when the body is in top shape.
Dr. Goldstein, Albert, and his 2016 first place trophy from the Jerseyman Sprint Triathlon
Albert is a current patient of Dr. Goldstein and is on his personal journey of developing his athletic abilities. He is an accomplished triathlete who has completed 5 Ironman Triathlon races. Ironman triathlon’s are considered on of the most grueling endurance sports, which consist of 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and 26.2 mile run, all in one day without breaks. Through his visits with Dr. Goldstein and dedicated training, Albert has brought his Ironman finishing times down by 2 hours and 20 minutes and is now a competitive age group athlete finishing Ironman Lake Placid 2015 in 12thplace in his age group.
His 2016 season has been off to a great start - finishing 3rd in his age group at the Rutgers half marathon, winning 1st place overall at Jerseyman Sprint Triathlon, and placing 10th in his age group at Ironman Syracuse 70.3 which qualified him to compete at Ironman 70.3 World Championship.
Albert’s triathlon goals are to one day qualify for Ironman Kona World Championships and through staying healthy, consistent training, there is no doubt he can make it. He is planning on racing Ironman Louisville later this year and we all wish him luck.
Applied kinesiology never ceases to amaze me!
Meet Taryn who is the owner of Healthy Family Defined blog, has shared her personal experiences with kinesiology for herself and her kids:
How Applied Kinesiology has helped our kids
Nathan and I were raised very differently in regards to doctors and medicine. Whenever my brother, sister, or I got sick my mom took us to the doctor and got us medicine. A sprained ankle meant x-rays and an air cast. It worked for us, and is all we knew. On the flip side, Nathan’s mom usually waited a day or 2 to see if the symptoms improved (and used antibiotics as a last resort). She used diet as a way to control ear infections. And they saw a kinesiologist for various health issues. This is not to say that one approach was better than the other – they were just different. I had never heard of kinesiology until I met Nathan back in 2003. And when he tried to explain it to me, I was extremely skeptical. How could something other than antibiotics actually fix something? This concept seemed completely foreign. Keep Reading on Taryns Blog
Dr. Goldstein and Jake Sisk showing the logo now part of Jakes 'Unattached' uniform