Cardiologist Allen J. Taylor, MD, can address fitness and cardiac performance, including adaptations to various forms of exercise. In addition, he can explain forms of heart disease that may or may not pose risk to athletic performance. His reminder is you dont have to be an Olympian to gain the benefits of exercise, but the Olympics are a great opportunity to extol the virtues of exercise and fitness. Taylor is a professor of medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine and chief of cardiology at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. Psychiatrist Judith R.F. homeKupersmith, MD, has devoted her 40-year career to helping performers and athletes triumph over the stresses, trials and tribulations that can accompany performances and competitions. Kupersmith says barriers that may seem trivial to non-performers can interfere tremendously with a performance or competition. Performance-related obstacles include paralyzing anxiety, eating disorders or career-ending injuries.
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