TheAthletesLawyer Doug Landau has been preaching the benefits of exercising in the water for decades. With his background in Sports Medicine, this busy trial lawyer triathlete has been dragging clients, friends and family to pools all over the globe for years. Because there is almost no chance of injury or exacerbation of any underlying condition, and aquatic exercise has been shown to be so beneficial, Virginia injury trial lawyer Landau promotes it every chance he gets.
Doug Landau is shown here with an “Aquajogger” flotation belt. the Abrams Landau trial attorney is in the middle of a weekend Hydrotherapy workout with Rob Colburn. In order to reduce any soreness before the next day’s long bike ride from the Swedish Embassy, these multisport athletes were working to avoid injury by “running” in the water. The deep section diving well of the Herndon Community Center provides the perfect venue for this kind of “no impact training.” Since Colburn is nursing an achilles tendon injury, this “deep water exercise” is ideal. The TriathlonTrialLawyer has been “deep water running” for over 20 years, since shattering his ankle in a sports accident kept him off his feet for months. While these two Masters Triathletes were going through their paces, they were visited by none other than local U.S. Olympic Team hopeful and “Best of the U.S.” winner, Margie Shapiro of Potomac River Running and “Team Spirit.”