Seeing a sports cardiologist

I’ve seen quite a few doctors in the past few years, yet I still feel like I’m not getting any answers. Why doesn’t my running improve? Why is my VO2max going down? Should I train differently? Is there any sign that running is doing me more harm than good? ect.

So far I only seem to have some sort of answer for that last question: my echocardiogram  has remained the same compared to my pre-running life. So, I guess that’s good, but that still leaves me with quite a few questions and no answers. Since I’ve seen both sports doctors and cardiologists, I thought I’d try something new…. a sports cardiologist.

How did that go? Well, let me tell you (Yes, I forgot to shoot this in landscape view. Sorry!):

 

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