Ray Fauteux


The author is 68 years old and has lived in Calgary thoughout his 35 year involvement with endurance sports. His resume includes crossing the Ironman Triathlon finish line 11 times including Ironman Hawaii 1984 in Kona during the formative years of triathlon. He also completed over 30 marathons, two 50-mile races and numerous other road races of varying distances. His amateur sports career also includes three years as a Skeleton/Bobsled athlete. Over the years the author's extensive career in endurance sports has given him the opportunity to gain extensive knowledge about exercising and fitness best practices, optimum nutrition, and the power of believing in oneself.

The author has self-published five other books.

Ironstruck...The Ironman Triathlon Journey
Ironstruck...500 Ironman Triathlon Questions and Answers
Triathlete In Transition...A guide for the beginner triathlete
When Running Is Not Enough...A book of a biographical nature about the author's career in endurance sports and how it all came about.
Lifestruck...A lifesyle book for teens and pre-teens.

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Seniors On The Move
Price: $2.29 USD. Words: 27,660. Language: English. Published: June 8, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Aging well, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Healthy aging
The keys to longevity and quality of life center around a lifestyle of regular exercise, sound diet, and sense of purpose. Muscles that are challenged stay strong, minds that are active stay sharp. The human body is a master of adaptation. It has an uncanny way of sensing positive changes in lifestyle that require the mind to stay sharp and body ready for action. It's never too late to improve.

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