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Liz Fusco – Rowing Nutrition Principles Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher In Episode #106 of the LEO Training Podcast, I interview Liz Fusco MS, RDN, Sports Performance Dietician for USRowing and Wellness Editor for SCAN Nutrition DPG. Liz received her Bachelors in Dietetics with a minor in Kinesiology at the University of Rhode Island in

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LT 105 | Meghan Musnicki – Dream Bigger, Fail Forward, and Live with Intent Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Meghan Musnicki is a two time Olympic Gold Medalist and 5x World Champion with the United States Rowing Team. Meghan shares her journey as a two sport athlete in basketball and soccer in middle school and

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How Nutrition and Sleep Can Improve Your Rowing Performance Today’s guest blog post comes to LEO Training from Annie Crawford. Rowing is a sport that isn’t for the faint of heart. Demanding both aerobic and anaerobic energy, it is a test of strength, endurance, and a mental challenge all rolled into one. It is popular

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LT 104 | Aquil Abdullah – A Midweight’s Journey Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Aquil H. Abdullah won four letters in men’s rowing at GW from 1992-96. Aquil narrowly missed qualifying for the 2000 Summer Olympics at Sydney by .33 of a second. After losing in the 2000 Olympic Trials, Abdullah considered retiring from the

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LT 103 | Michael Ranfone – Build Athletes. Make Monsters. Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Biography Michael Ranfone BS, CSCS, LMT, FRC, ART is the founder and president of Ranfone Training Systems located in Hamden, Connecticut. For the past decade he’s dedicated himself to improving athletes as a performance coach and manual therapist. Mike

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LT 102 | Brett Bartholomew – The Art of Coaching Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Biography Brett Bartholomew is a strength and conditioning coach, author, adjunct professor, and Founder of the performance coaching and consulting company, The Bridge Human Performance® as well as the coach education platform ArtOfCoaching.com. His experience includes working with athletes

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Recap of 2018 Avizaqcua Rowing Camp As I write this blog, I am currently flying at 33,000 feet and wrapping up 13 hours of travel after completing the first annual Avizaqcua Master’s Rowing Camp. The camp was everything I expected and more. The idea for the masters camp was spearheaded by Luis Ahrens-Teixeira the co-founder

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LT 105 | Meghan Musnicki – Dream Bigger, Fail Forward, and Live with Intent Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Meghan Musnicki is a two time Olympic Gold Medalist and 5x World Champion with the United States Rowing Team. Meghan shares her journey as a two sport athlete in basketball and soccer in middle school and

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How Nutrition and Sleep Can Improve Your Rowing Performance Today’s guest blog post comes to LEO Training from Annie Crawford. Rowing is a sport that isn’t for the faint of heart. Demanding both aerobic and anaerobic energy, it is a test of strength, endurance, and a mental challenge all rolled into one. It is popular

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LT 104 | Aquil Abdullah – A Midweight’s Journey Subscribe & Review on : Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Aquil H. Abdullah won four letters in men’s rowing at GW from 1992-96. Aquil narrowly missed qualifying for the 2000 Summer Olympics at Sydney by .33 of a second. After losing in the 2000 Olympic Trials, Abdullah considered retiring from the

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