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Posted on April 3rd, 2012
We would like to introduce a new guest blogger, Craig DiGiovanni— Medi-Dyne’s own VP of Sales and Marketing. As an avid runner currently training for his first full Marathon, Craig wanted to share his training experiences with the Medi-Dyne community. Leave us a comment and tell us what you think, feel free to share with friends, and enjoy!
I’ve never considered myself a “blogger” so this is my first blog entry. My intent is to blog about the practical use of Medi-Dyne products as I use them for my own training.
Our products are born from many different backgrounds, but they all have one mission…to prevent pain, not only for the many medical professionals and professional athletes that use them, but for everyday people like you and me.
I am a normal middle age guy, average height, average weight (although that is more and more a battle) and just about average everything else. I have always been active but as middle age has crept up on me the need to be more disciplined not only in what I eat but how I exercise is becoming increasingly important. We tend to focus on the obvious (weight & heart health) but the less obvious things seem to be what really catches up to you (energy levels and aches & pains).
My “exercise of choice” is running. I really enjoy it. My 2012 New Year’s resolution takes my running beyond exercise to something that I have always wanted to do – run a marathon. Based on what I’ve learned so far (and the new aches and pains I’m experiencing) I’m sure that more than a few of my blog posts will be about my “running journey”.
Until then, thanks for your interest in our products and feel free to contact us at connect at medi-dyne.com with any input you have on our products, our blog or anything else we can do to help prevent pain in you and me.