George Bovell Describes How Health Is Wealth With Brett Hawke

For who? Competitive athletes, swimmers
For what? Health, wellness, motivation

Courtesy of Brett Hawke of Inside With Brett Hawke.

Brett Hawke interviewed Trinidad & Tobago Olympian George Bovell is one of the deepest thinkers among top competitive swimmers.

The bronze medalist has studied Amazonian medicine and Ayurveda in India. He speaks profoundly and eloquently about the health and competitive mindset of athletes with fellow Olympian Brett Hawke on the #111 episode of Inside with Brett Hawke.

“George discusses health in a remarkably similar manner and perspective of Dr. Sato, the inventor of KAATSU, especially during the second half of his interview on Inside with Brett Hawke,” observed Steven Munatones. “George’s observations on human physiology, a competitive athlete’s mindset, and overall wellness are quite profound and based on millennia of time-tested ancestral wisdom.”

Bovell is a five-time Olympic swimmer from Trinidad & Tobago, and is the Caribbean region’s most successful international competitive swimmer.

He won a bronze medal at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games in the 200m individual medley and had a lengthy career among the top swimmers of the world, qualifying for 10 FINA World Championship finals since his first appearance in 2001.

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Bovell swam in lane 2 to a bronze medal in the 200m individual medley at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.