Ironman Workouts With Chris Lieto: Recovery

  • By Steve Godwin
  • Published October 9, 2012
  • Updated November 5, 2013 at 1:08 am

In the third part of our series of workouts with Chris Lieto we take a look at how the American uber-biker rests and recovers – and has managed to prolong his career as a result. Lieto talks us through his recovery strategies here. Don’t forget to check out Part One: The Swim and Part Two: The Bike.

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