Listen Up: Why Older Athletes Are Thriving, with the Guy Who Wrote a Book on It
On this episode, Claire and Erica are pondering a cashless economy—and what that that means for the bankless. They’re also talking about how big-money athletes are staying stronger, longer, with Jeff Bercovici, the San Francisco bureau chief of Inc. magazine and the author of Play On: The New Science of Elite Performance at Any Age—and what that means for the rest of us.
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Special and amazing guest Jeff Bercovici on how age ain’t nothing but a number...
If you are a weekend warrior—or are just fascinated by the likes of LeBron and Serena—pick up Play On to explore how physical age doesn’t mean what it used to when it comes to sports.
If you’re in New York and want to try out the water therapy that Rafael Nadal swears by, Aire Ancient Baths is the spot.
For more on physical limits, check out Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance by Alex Hutchinson.
To advertise on our podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our intro music, “Butterfield East,” is written and performed by The Soulful Saints. Our audio editing is done by Liz Smith, and we record at ShowBriz Studios. Want even more workout tips? Here Claire recap how she ran the NYC marathon right.