Masters Athlete

This is a new page I am developing with Dr Peter Reaburn. He’s come out with a fantastic book for elite Masters Athletes called… The Masters Athlete. Please come back to this page to see what we’re working on. It’s going to help you if you’re an elite athlete looking for ways to improve your performance.

2 Responses to “Masters Athlete”

  • I am really looking forward to reading the masters athlete. As I am now 57 and still enjoying the thrill of competitive squash. I am always looking at new ways to keep injury free and maintain my body in peak condition. I am also interested in learning how other people manage things like sore knees and dodgy backs and all the other little irritations that crop up from time to time. Maybe I can also offer some advice gained from my years of experience!
    Squash is still, and always will be the best game in the world.
    Good Luck

  • I’m wondering if there is a new edition (or even the first edition) of Peter’s book that I could buy for my double scull rowing compadre? He is a bit into high intensity training, while I look around at the dolphins and sea eagles on Lake Terranora (Tweed Heads NSW). Combined age in the boat is 177years.

    I bought a (signed) first edition at a talk Peter gave at a UQBC lunch some years ago – I was a masters rower on staff at UQ – one of the few.

    My wife won’t let me race any more, after an 80yo collapsed a few years ago after a race that I was in at Murwillumbah – she said “I know what you’re like, you say you’ll only do it for fun, but once they start to call your boat up to the start line, the adrenaline kicks in and you can’t help yourselves… !” “And it’s not negotiable.”

Leave a Reply