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Chris @Maccanow McCormack has very rarely been injured. Here’s why:

Chris @Maccanow McCormack has very rarely been injured. Here’s why:

Chris McCormack’s Tips For Staying Injury-Free By Chris McCormack Published 3 hours ago comments Tweet Share Photo: Nils Nilsen Table of Contents Avoiding Injury Tip #1: Stay flexible. Tip #2: Accept that you have your own best interests at heart. Tip #3: Emphasize balance and biomechanics. Page 1 of 4: Avoiding Injury Tip #1: Stay flexible. Tip #2: Accept that you have your own best interests at heart. Tip #3: Emphasize balance and biomechanics. Macca has very rarely been injured. Here’s why. I was recently talking with a good friend who is training for his first Ironman. His stories of long rides and brick sessions spilled from him with such bravado that I barely had time to take in everything he had planned. He was lit with positive energy. But my experience with triathletes and their desire to talk up what they are doing forced me to probe a little more. “How is the bo...

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