Hola! In Road to Recovery Part 1: Mexico, you’ll meet iFIT Trainer Tommy Rivs Puzey for 20 quick and gentle walks. This Latin American adventure takes you on an exciting journey through Cancun, Playa Del Carmen, Quintana Roo, and other notable locations in Mexico. You won’t want to miss these unforgettable workouts with Tommy Rivs!
About Tommy Rivs Puzey
Tommy Rivs Puzey has loved running since he was a little kid. As a professional endurance athlete and coach, he specializes in exercise physiology, health and wellness, nutrition, injury prevention, and rehabilitation. After working and traveling extensively throughout Mexico and Central America, Tommy headed back to the U.S. to complete his doctoral degree in physical therapy at NAU and become an LMT. He eventually settled with his family in Flagstaff, where he trains for road marathons and mountain ultramarathons.
Known for its dazzling culture and tropical beaches, it’s easy to see why Mexico is a top destination for vacationers. During your time in Mexico, you’ll explore famous beaches, ancient Mayan ruins, an agave farm, and natural deep-water wells. At the end of the series, Tommy will take you to watch a sacred steam bath ceremony that you don’t want to miss!
About the workouts
Tommy will guide you through 20 easy-going and fun walking workouts in this series. These walks are ideal for those starting out on a fitness journey, or as a cooldown after a strenuous workout. Get ready to relax and recover alongside Tommy through the picturesque locales of Mexico!
Ready to get going on this adventure? Join Road to Recovery Part 1: Mexico now!
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