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Marathons – training your heart

Preparing for a marathon, or any long-distance run, takes extreme physical and mental dedication as you condition your body to endure the challenging course. But what can you do to train your heart? Join Beaumont Health System cardiologist Justin Trivax, M.D., as he hosts a web chat to discuss and answer your questions on what you can do to make sure your body and heart are prepared for your upcoming race. Dr. Trivax will discuss the increasing popularity of marathon running and the safety of endurance exercise. Are you prepared for a marathon? Is marathon running safe for your heart? Tune in and ask the marathon expert.


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Justin E. Trivax, MD FACC

Justin E. Trivax, MD FACC

.Dr. Trivax, a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology, is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases and Nuclear Cardiology. He is actively involved in cardiovascular research and has authored numerous publications and lectured throughout the country on advanced interventional cardiology techniques and on the cardiac effects of extreme exercise. Dr. Trivax graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit and completed his internal medicine residency, cardiology fellowship and interventional cardiology fellowship at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. He served as Chief Internal Medicine Resident, Chief Clinical Cardiology Fellow and Chief Interventional Cardiology Fellow. Dr. Trivax also serves as Assistant Professor at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine.

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