MovEvolution Heal, Move & Evolve Podcast
MovEvolution Heal, Move & Evolve Podcast
MovEvolution Performance & Sports Therapy
16 - Cycling in your 60's with Billy Harr, Phyical Therapist and Competitive Cylist
1 hour 11 minutes Posted Aug 10, 2020 at 6:56 am.
Billy's Introduction
Billy's background
Billy's relationships with bikes
What drove Billy to train more
Billy's  love for riding
Billy's famous beach cruiser
Reaching the physical peak
Best age to start training for cycling
Are you meant for cycling?
Relationship between movement and cycling
Cycling for Billy's clients
Old/New training protocols 
Training in Billy's 20s vs now
Billy's Training
Billy's cycling and personal goals
Billy rates his fitness level
Old and lingering pain/injuries
Strength training for cycling
Cycling/life balance
Traveling & romance
Billy's career as a physical therapist
Client resistance
Tendinitis in children
Specialists for cyclists
Dancers vs Cyclists
Favorite client
Therapeutic benefits of cycling
Upcoming trips
Retirement plans
Billy's words of wisdom
Billy's contact info
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Show notes
Cycling πŸš΄β€β™€οΈ in your 60’s πŸ€” How has race training changed over the last 40 decades? πŸ€” What is that age golden window to reach your cycling performance peak? πŸ€” Can you still competitively race in your 60s? Join me as I talk with my long time friend, physical therapist, and lifelong cyclist 🚲 , Billy Harr. Billy πŸ“£ tells us about: - ❀️ 🚲his love affair with cycling - πŸ€• 🦴 πŸ’ͺ🏾 old, lingering injuries - πŸ₯˜ πŸ’¦ πŸ˜“ how training & nutrition have changed over the last 40 years - πŸ˜ƒ 🚲 πŸ‘Ά the ultimate joy he experiences using biking with his physical therapy kids Heal. Move. BIKE. Evolve. 
Bill Harr, MSPT, CSCS | Physical Therapist | Department of Physical Therapy 8401 Arista Place | Broomfield, CO 80021 | Phone: (720) 777-9191 | Fax: (720) 777-9236 | Connect with Children's Hospital Colorado on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. 
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