Episode #3: Kendal Jacobson

Kendal is one of my go-to sources for tips on injury prevention and training volume management. She has a wealth of knowledge from her 30-years in the sports medicine world. She was a national-caliber swimmer at Auburn University and is now a world-ranked masters swimmer!

Kendal owns Enhanced Performance Therapy in Austin, Texas and has really focused her efforts on training volume management for injury prevention. Her clientele ranges from "fitness enthusiasts" to Olympic and professional athletes.

Tune into this episode to learn more about injury prevention, progressing performance as you age, and what role training volume management plays when it comes to your performance.

Kendal’s Bio:

Kendal is a licensed Physical Therapist and Massage Therapist.  As a former national-caliber swimmer and  world-ranked masters swimmer, she appreciates the importance of maintaining a healthy body for peak performance.

Kendal has thirty years of experience in sports medicine as an Athletic Trainer (ATC), Massage Therapist and Physical Therapist. Over the years, she has worked with athletes and performing artists of all ages and competitive levels. As a  Physical Therapist, she specializes in the evaluation and treatment of orthopedic/sports injuries and post-operative rehabilitation of orthopedic surgeries.   Her clients range from "fitness enthusiasts" to Olympians and professional athletes.  She understands that, no matter who we are or what we do, we are all looking to be our best and live life to the fullest. 

When she is not working, Kendal enjoys competitive masters swimming and hiking with her husband, Rich, and black lab, Anni.  

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