Thank you, Denver for such an amazing weekend!

Click here to get full access to a recording of my talk at the Fuel Adventure Summit, “Cross the Line Like a Rockstar : Amazing Performance Adaptations and Practical Take Home Applications”

If you’re a research head like me, here is the list of references I used for my presentation:

References

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