Published: September 01, 2011
Area of specialty: Neurosurgery, with a focus on minimally invasive spine surgery
Competes in sprint triathlons, plays basketball and snowboards with his three children
“A typical day for me starts with a workout to get my blood flowing. I find the greatest motivation when I’m signed up to compete in a race, with all preparation inspiring me to beat my personal best from previous years. Finally, I mix up my routine, or else I get bored. For example, I alternate between P90X with cross-training in prep for sprint triathlons.”
Bon Jovi, U2, Guns N’ Roses, Creed, Greenday, and the Killers
When I don’t feel like working out, I …
… play basketball with my kids or with friends.
Sushi at Katsuya or warm butter cake at Mastro’s
Advice for someone getting started
Sign up for an event or competition like a 5k, mud-run or sprint triathlon coming up in a few months, and then use that as your motivation.