Gina Grain Chats with Greg Bennett

Gina Grain is an amazing Masters Athlete who has a very intriguing story to tell as you’ll hear in her recent interview with Greg Bennett on PodBean

Her determination and perseverance led to an impressive athletic career that included being an Olympic cyclist, 7-time national champion, and silver medalist at the World Championships and won both the U.S. Pro Road and Track Championships.

All of this came when she was told she would never run again after undergoing knee surgery in both knees as a teenager.  She trained herself to compete in a 1/2 Ironman at the age of 48 despite having osteoarthritis in both knees.

Gina has since gone on to expand her education in Kinesiology and earned herself a Masters of Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning).

She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has trained elite athletes who have competed and medaled at the Olympics (Gold, Silver and 2x Bronze), Junior World Championships and podiums at the National Championships.

She has also works with Masters Athletes to achieve their goals, such as completing Ironman races, reaching cycling goals and improving their general physical fitness for life.

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