The current health crisis has been difficult for many. It’s not easy adjusting to these new ways of living, but there are ways to do it with a little more grace and ease. In this video, Davis Phinney and Connie Carpenter Phinney share their secrets for finding lightness and the silver linings no matter what life throws at you. In celebration of Parkinson’s Awareness Day, here’s their simple roadmap for living well with Parkinson’s.
Davis Phinney is an esteemed American cyclist and Olympic bronze medalist. Throughout the 1980’s and early 1990’s, Phinney was a…
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