[subscription channel 604]Best Triathlon podcasts — Running, swimming, and biking (updated July 4, 2015; image by Dawn - Pink Chick)
Dave Erickson and Roger Thompson take you inside endurance sports with real world insight, interviews and commentary.
Fuel your passion for endurance sport and a healthy lifestyle with host Tawnee Prazak, MS, CSCS, at http://www.enduranceplanet.com! This is your go-to podcast for the latest and greatest tips, stories and news in triathlon, ultrarunning, and other endurance sports, as well as cutting-edge information on nutrition, health and wellness for everyone from elite athletes to exercise enthusiasts. We feature a rotating list of expert co-hosts and special guests including triathlon coaches, sports nutritionists, sports medicine physicians, pro athletes, amateur athletes, leading experts in relevant fields, and all those who find joy in pushing their limits and discovering new challenges in sport.
Get duathlon training advice while keeping up with the latest news. Learn how to run and bike faster, plan your training, and execute the proper race strategy. If you are doing your first race or you've been a duathlete for years, you'll find value in this podcast.
Official triathlon podcasts from the coaches at Endurance Nation; includes training and racing insights, gear overviews, training instructions, EN updates, and some random fun stuff too.
Since 2006 IMTalk has been the weekly Ironman fix for thousands of athletes from all around the world! Bevan James Eyles and 'Coach' John Newsom cover the latest news, reviews and tips for Ironman Triathlon. If you love Ironman, you'll love this podcast! It will improve your training and racing. So click subscribe and join the worlds biggest Ironman podcast!
Join Adam and Scott, two elite level age group athletes and triathlon coaches with Training Bible coaching for the latest in triathlon training and racing information including interviews with professional and elite level age group triathletes.
A triathlete's view on training, racing, and living the multisport life. Listen in for insider tips, methods, dealing with family, injury, traveling, and racing. Tune in, turn on, and work out.
The 220 Triathlon podcast comes out each month, featuring interviews with big-name triathletes and coaches, and tips on how to train better and swim/bike/run faster.
Eric Schwartz offers triathlon training advice for athletes of all levels. Some of the smartest experts in the endurance world join the podcast for interviews. Topics include training, nutrition, equipment, hydration, weight loss, fueling, strength, and Ironman racing. Eric provides advice from his 20 year career as a top athlete and 14+ years of coaching. Triathletes, duathletes, runners, and cyclists will get smarter with each episode.
Triathlon Swimming: Insight For Beginners to Advanced Triathlete Swimmers
The MaccaX Uncensored Podcast, by 2007 and 2010 Ironman World Champion and bestselling Author Chris McCormack discusses in his unfiltered raw Australian style everything Triathlon from the past to the present. A very edgy and highly educational and entertaining discussion on all of the big topics surrounding Triathlon and multi-sports today. Watch out for surprise guests from many of the sports greats both past and present and some hard hitting brutally honest opinions. Audience questions encouraged and answered at the end of every podcast. Beware he may offend!
Once a couch potato, now a 5th year age-grouper triathlete, Canadian Kelownagurl talks about her goals, her training, and her life in general in hope of providing encouragement and inspirations to other "average" people who have always dreamed of doing something they never thought possible. Her motto is "It's never too late to be who you might have been." ~ George Eliot
IronBrandon is dedicated to triathlon, swimming, biking, running! Each week, Brandon discusses training, races and news as well as race reports from listeners from around the world. The show also includes interviews with some of the most influential figures in endurance sports today such as: Christopher McDougall (author of Born to Run) Mark Allen (6 time Ironman World Champion) Danny Abshire (Co-founder of Newton Running) Charlie Engle (Running the Sahara) Pip Taylor (Professional Triathlete) Matty "Boom Boom" Reed (Professional Triathlete) Ted Archer (Author of Carved by God, Cursed by the Devil)
THE COMPETITORS has been on-air since 1990, first on 690 am and now on 1090 am. Hosted by Bob Babbitt, the co-founder of Competitor Magazine, along with former professional triathlete and the co-founder of Multisports.com Paul Huddle, the weekly show is a fast paced look at the world of endurance sports through the eyes of the greatest endurance athletes in history. Featuring interivews with great athletes from the sports of triathlon, running, cycling, and all the sports you do! You can share your comments about our episodes on our website, www.competitorradio.com
This week Dave and Roger recap their experience at the 2015 Ironman Coeur d’Alene plus reveal the winner of the Timex Ironman ONE GPS+ smartwatch. Email Dave Erickson and Roger Thompson at EnduranceHour@gmail.com. Follow the Endurance Hour: http://www.endurancehour.com/ https://twitter.com/EnduranceHour https://www.facebook.com/pages/Endurance-Hour Subscribe via iTunes and/or Stitcher Smart Radio.
This episode is brought to you by UCAN Superstarch! Ditch the sugar-based fuel. Take your training, racing and health to the next level and optimize your performance! Find out more at enduranceplanet.com/generation-ucan-superstarch Lucho and Tawnee team up as always, to shoot the endurance breeze, answer your questions and discuss: Lucho’s “MAF assessment run” with all the deets. Tawnee’s recent backpacking adventure and zen experience with fishing Help for a serial masters marathoner who developed a high hamstring strain and looking to MAF for good motivation and something fresh. “Can I do a MAF program only running 3 days a week (25 miles average)?” When to progress with MAF to avoid plateau. When MAF HR on the bike is hard to do, what to do? Dr. Maffetone’s NEW book is now. Help, in need of better sleep! Triathlete mom with a 6-month-old looking to get better quality sleep (but with limited sleep hours) in order to recover better and get that extra edge back for training. Sleep tips...
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Episode 12 You can find and subscribe to this podcast in iTunes and/or via your podcast app, or listen with the podcast player directly above the Duathlon Insider logo. USAT Duathlon double national champion gives the lowdown on her win in both the sprint and standard distance race at the recent National Championships. She’s had success as a duathlete, triathlete, and bike racer while working a regular job and raising two young children. She did her first triathlon in 1999 and she wasn’t fast. She was last in her age group, but she was inspired by the encouragement of her competitors in her first race. Providing Feedback You can give show feedback, recommend guests, and even volunteer to be on the show from the Duathlon.com Facebook page, located here: https://www.facebook.com/duathloncom Do you enjoy the Duathlon Insider Podcast? If so, please leave a short iTunes review here. It encourages me to make more. You can also use that same link to subscribe to the podcast.
Turby and Carol are a fun masters couple from New Jersey who each won their respective age groups at Eagleman 70.3. Rich, Carol, and Turby sat down to discuss the challenges and opportunities for a masters triathlete, and race execution tips for Eagleman 70.3 Thanks for listening to this Endurance Nation podcast. Be sure to check us out at EnduranceNation.us, or create a FREE 7-day trial membership at EnduranceNation.us/join. Have comments or questions about the show? We'd love to hear from you on Facebook or Twitter! Endurance Nation: Work Hard, Get Smart, Go Fast!
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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for this special in-between-isode where he offers the most up-to-date "Three Bullets" of race guidance for Lake Placid. If you are looking to learn more about Lake Placid or your next race, please visit Endurance Nation online here: www.endurancenation.us/race We'll also be doing a free on-site race execution talk on the Friday before the race at the Main Street Theater in Lake Placid. Learn more and RSVP here.
You can benefit from EndurancePlanet.com/shop and its handpicked sponsors and affiliates by using special discounts and offers to enhance your training and health. We only team up with companies whom we love and trust, and whose products and services we use and recommend ourselves. Check out EndurancePlanet.com/shop for more info. Ben Greenfield is back, and on today’s show we dive into the topic of insulin and its role in the body as well as how it plays a role specifically for endurance athletes. -Defining insulin: what role does insulin play in the body; how and when insulin works, -Insulin sensitivity, -Insulin resistance, -Athletes vs general population. Why does insulin matter to athletes? The good: -Anabolic, -Stimulates protein synthesis, -Prevents breakdown, -Muscle recovery. The bad: -High insulin = lowers ability yo burn fat, -IR issues, -Health problems, -Sugar burner, -Possible inability to lose weight/lose fat. Diet/nutrition for athletes -Exercise helps insulin sensitivity...
On today's show, Iott and Zucco discuss changes that you should make in your race plan when extreme weather is forecasted. We also introduce a new virtual training group for Ironman and kick it of for Ironman Arizona.
This week Dave and Roger discuss strategies and tips on beating the heat during a full distance Ironman triathlon. Email Dave Erickson and Roger Thompson at EnduranceHour@gmail.com. Follow the Endurance Hour: http://www.endurancehour.com/ https://twitter.com/EnduranceHour https://www.facebook.com/pages/Endurance-Hour Subscribe via iTunes and/or Stitcher Smart Radio.
Episode 599 Interview with Pro Triathlete Mike Hermanson, news, audio from two kid's triathlons, and training tips!
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Our guest on this show, pro ultrarunner Mike Wardian, uses Inside Tracker for his blood/health testing, and we’re happy to offer our Endurance Planet fans 10% off their Inside Tracker test with the code “enduranceplanet” at insidetracker.com. Check out more deals at enduranceplanet.com/shop – when you shop through the podcast you support the show while also saving on the products and services we recommend! Mike Wardian, 41, started running and competing in triathlons in 1996. Fast forward to 2015 and his accomplishments are nearly too many to list (but scroll down and we’ve added the highlights of his running career). Most recently he broke the 50k record going 2:59:49. On this show we find out how Mike ticks and go inside his success discussing everything from his choice to be high carb, using blood testing for better health and ideal weekly mileage, to working full-time and being a good dad and father. Find out more at www.mikewardian.com. Topics discussed: 50K World Record -His approach...
This episode is brought to you by Sound Probiotics, the first probiotic created specifically for athletes using research to create a formula of essential probiotic and prebiotic strains to boost athletes’ immunity and gut health. Save 10% and get free shipping and enduranceplanet.com/probiotic. Lucho and Tawnee catch up on training, life and talk about Lucho raising kids “his way.” Then they dive in an answer your questions: -Training for those with an active “on your feet” job. “I drive for UPS; and I’m on my feet 8-9 hrs a day at work and train for marathons and triathlon. Should my training schedule be adjusted since I’m on my feet so much and not at a desk” -Help for desk jockeys! “Do you have any advice for those of us who sit at a desk all day? Any exercises we can do? In my case, I unfortunately cannot use a standing desk.” -We mention a Chris McDougall article. -Lucho and Tawnee’s five best warm-up exercises. Plus: is warming up even necessary or is quick, light jogging enough...
Coach Rich and Bob discuss his performance at Ironman Honu 70.3. Thanks for listening to this Endurance Nation podcast. Be sure to check us out at EnduranceNation.us, or create a FREE 7-day trial membership at EnduranceNation.us/join. Have comments or questions about the show? We'd love to hear from you on Facebook or Twitter! Endurance Nation: Work Hard, Get Smart, Go Fast!
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This episode is brought to you by Generation UCAN Super Starch. Ditch the sugar-based fuel. Take your training, racing and health to the next level and optimize your performance. It’s been six years since Chris McDougall helped make minimalist running more mainstream with “Born to Run.” He’s back with a new book out, called “Natural Born Heroes.” On this show we not only talk to Chris but also Dr. Phil Maffetone and Hal Walter for a show that’s an instant classic. You’ll learn how guys like Phil and Hal have greatly inspired Chris, and how all three of them are living a primal and functional life – in the myriad ways they view fitness. Topics discussed in this show: – How Chris was “late to the party” and went on to find Hal and Phil, – Functional fitness as a way of life (from running to parkour), – Exploring the physical, mental and nutritional tactics of humans throughout history. – How do war stories from WWII and soldiers on the Greek island of Crete tie in with endurance sports and...
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Holistic health guru Christine Lynch joins us to talk about what to eat before and during races. We also talk about salt! Then I take you with me on how to improve your bike using weekly time trials.
We speak to cycling legend Chris Boardman, GB elite Sophie Coldwell, coach Joe Beer and up-'n'-coming Kate Waugh. To find out more, visit http://www.220triathlon.com
Ronda Collier, CEO of SweetWater Health, the makers of the SweetBeatLife heart rate variability (HRV) app, returns to the podcast to talk in detail about the applications of HRV for your endurance training, racing, recovery and fatigue management. These concepts are useful for both coaches and athletes. We last talked to Ronda in fall 2013 about the basics of HRV, and you can hear that show here. We’d advise you to listen to that show first for a general education on HRV if you’re not that familiar with it – this show goes much deeper. Get started with the SweetBeatLife app, which is the HRV app of choice for the entire Endurance Planet team! On this show we cover: What are some big changes Ronda’s seen in the world of HRV and with the SweetBeatLife app. Are there notable differences in HRV between elite athletes, recreational athletes and non athletes? The importance of individualization and not generalization in your HRV score. The importance of sleep and worrying less. HRV has circadian...
Age group triathlete Erin Donovan is in her sixth year of racing and is preparing for a half ironman and the New York City Triathlon, an Olympic distance race. I answer her questions and some of the topics covered include: Following up a half with an Olympic distance triathlon a few weeks later Heart rate […]
Coach Rich and Rich discuss his performance at Ironman Raleigh 70.3, with some particularly good insights on season planning and gear selection on the bike. Thanks for listening to this Endurance Nation podcast. Be sure to check us out at EnduranceNation.us, or create a FREE 7-day trial membership at EnduranceNation.us/join. Have comments or questions about the show? We'd love to hear from you on Facebook or Twitter! Endurance Nation: Work Hard, Get Smart, Go Fast!
On today's show, Iott and Zucco discuss some do's and don'ts of transitions in racing. We also debate if you should be racing purely by science driven metrics or using your intuition, or both!
Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly check in on all things Endurance Nation. We are the world's largest, fastest online triathlon team with more than 750 members across the globe training and racing together. This week's topics include.... This Week in Triathlon News: Challenge Quassy Escape from Alcatraz Current Updates for the Team: Nutrition Planning please! Enter your race results please! Placid Camp Coming, check out our other camps (including Kona): www.endurancenation.us/camps Sponsor Highlight: TTBikeFit (www.ttbikefit.com) Team EN Athlete Interview: Emily Brinkley from North Carolina!! Training Tip of the Week: Using Camp Week to get ready for Race Day Thanks for listening to this Endurance Nation podcast. Be sure to check us out at EnduranceNation.us, or create a FREE 7-day trial membership at EnduranceNation.us/join. Endurance Nation: Work Hard, Get Smart, Go Fast!
As an athlete, your hard work can lead to a weakened immune system, threatening to keep you out of competition. Probiotics can help boost immune function by improving gut health, allowing you to perform at your highest level. Check out Sound Probotics at enduranceplanet.com/sound_probiotics In today’s podcast Tawnee sits down with podcast regular, Dr. Phil Maffetone and a brand new voice to Endurance Planet, Pro Triathlete, Dr. Amanda Stevens. In this round table conversation they touch on: -Amanda’s bad year before starting work with Dr Maffetone, -The importance of improving sleep habits and lowering stress levels to improve your health and fitness, -The first steps in the training relationship between Maffetone and Stevens: rediscovering balance in body and life, the importance of assessing the aerobic system, diet, fuelling and fat adaptation, -Reflecting on the different racing experiences at IM Brazil 2013 (winner) versus 2015 (3rd place finish) and the difference in training approach...
Coach Rich and Derek discuss his performance at the inaugural Ironman Chattanooga 70.3. Thanks for listening to this Endurance Nation podcast. Be sure to check us out at EnduranceNation.us, or create a FREE 7-day trial membership at EnduranceNation.us/join. Have comments or questions about the show? We'd love to hear from you on Facebook or Twitter! Endurance Nation: Work Hard, Get Smart, Go Fast!
We’ve done the work and hand-picked companies we trust and love for you to benefit and leave the guessing game out of things. Now, you can support the podcast by shopping through us while getting great savings at enduranceplanet.com/shop. In today’s Ask The Coaches, Lucho analyzes Tawnee’s marathon, and more chat on running, setting goals, training for a successful race execution, elite runners, and everything related. Including overdue listener questions… such as: -Carrol: I’m the guy you met at M2B packet pick up. Congrats on hitting your BQ time, I hit mine also. Anyway, my race was very similar to yours. I felt great until mile 22, then I struggled to maintain my pace. I wasn’t bonking, but my legs were dead. You touched on this with Brock, but can you address this further in one of your future episodes. I would like to know how better to prepare for this, and what exactly is happening to my muscles. -MAF: It’s not a one-size-fits-all plan. When should it just be MAF HR vs. when can...
Get all your health testing needs at Nourish Balance Thrive, featured on enduranceplanet.com/shop, and start your path to optimal health with the right functional testing geared toward the needs of endurance athletes, it’s the best investment you can make for yourself. While your over there check out other new deals and offers from companies with love including Sound probiotics, EXOS Performance Supplements (formerly thornedfx) and more. On this show, there are no big races in Brett’s immediate future but the relationship with he and Tawnee is getting even deeper and the issues going on are arguably more important than just prescribing workouts. In fact, things take a bit of a turn from Ep. 6… -Brett’s sugar and carb dependency for workouts and diet/nutrition is still a red flag, what steps must be taken? -Steps to being fat-adapted (and fears around it), -Is Brett cheating recovery since IMTX? What does Coach Tawnee say? -The science of scheduling health testing around training/races...
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Jill Miller, the founder of Yoga Tune Up and author of the book Roll Model, joins the show to enlighten us on ways to heal and prevent injuries and pain, as well as feel better, move better and perform better in our sports. Click here to get the same Yoga Tune-Up kit that Tawnee now uses and recommends. On this show we learn a ton from Jill including: -Jill’s story of exercise obsession and an eating disorder -How Jill learned to finally changed her ways and learned to be kind to her body -How her past inspired her to dedicate her life and career to helping others live pain free and be kind to their bodies -Concepts of Yoga Tune-Up and how it can benefit endurance athletes -Nervous system health with the balls, and how it can calm you down -How Yoga Tune-Up balls and therapy compare with the foam roller, massage, and other types of trigger point balls; and why it may be a better choice and/or necessary addition to your “body maintenance” -How regular use of the Tune-Up balls can potentially...
Full review of Ironman Texas and intro to the Tao Te Ching. How to begin "zeroing out" your life so you can restart with intention.
On today's show Iott and Zucco field several listener questions in a poupourii style show. We discuss our bottle set up for racing and training, as well as olympic distance specific bricks and open water swimming. We also announce our offiical sponsorship of Ironman Arizona and available entries!!
Roles reverse as Brock interviews Tawnee on her BQ marathon performance. You can read Tawnee’s race report and see photos here. Included in this show: -How to have health and performance -Health testing while training -Stress and health management -Nutrition for fat-adapted endurance training and racing -Pre-race meals and race-day nutrition for the marathon -MAF training -Execution of the marathon -and more
Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for a special "inbetween-isode." This is a chance to dig into a particular topic a bit more deeply, and this week Patrick reviews his 4:44 bike split from 2015 Ironman Texas. Thanks for listening to this Endurance Nation podcast. Be sure to check us out at EnduranceNation.us, or create a FREE 7-day trial membership at EnduranceNation.us/join. Endurance Nation: Work Hard, Get Smart, Go Fast!
New TriNews with Thorsten and Tawnee reporting on trending news in the triathlon world: -Faris Al-Sultan ending his career, we reminisce on his achievements. Hear Faris’ interview with Bob Babbitt after his DNF in Texas http://www.babbittville.com/babbittville-radio/faris-al-sultan/ -Ironman Lottery deemed illegal, get the details and read the article. http://www.justice.gov/usao-mdfl/pr/world-triathlon-corporation-ironman-forfeits-more-27-million-lottery-proceeds (revenue forfeited? program to be restructured) -WTC’s reply to lottery decision. http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/news/articles/2015/05/ironman-responds-to-kona-lottery-decision.aspx -Tawnee vs. Thorsten on whether each would enter the lottery to get to Kona–would they do it? -Challenge NA withdrawing pro Prize Purses for some races (Quassy, Atlantic City, Maine, Poconos, Cedar Point), lack of pro interest cited as reason; 25k purse remains for Challenge Knoxville, Challenge San Gil, Challenge Maceio and Challenge Florianopolis;...
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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) as he interviews Kim Eagle (www.earnthatbody.com) on her race at Ironman® Texas. There are a couple of key elements as to why Kim was successful when 12% of competitors had to DNF due to the wind and heat. Tune into find out how Kim leveraged her attention to detail and mental toughness to have a solid first race. Congrats Kim!!!
This episode is brought to you by UCAN SuperStarch; the revolutionary fuel that helps you achieve metabolic efficiency and allows you to burn fat. Save 15% at enduranceplanet.com/ucan or click here for the savings to apply automatically. Check out Tawnee’s pre-workout UCAN recipe. Also, want to join EP for Ragnar? We had such great success with Ragnar SoCal that we’re doing it again! This time we’re doing Ragnar Relay Napa Valley Oct. 23-24, 2015. If you want to be on the time for a once-in-a-lifetime experience email us at email@example.com and we’ll give you the details! More on the race here https://ragnarrelay.com/race/napavalley Announcement: Ultrarunning legend Tom Green, the original grand slammer, recently had a significant accident, and he has been in shock trauma for a number of weeks. There has been a huge outpouring of support from the ultra community to support Tom and his family as he faces his latest endurance challenge. To help Tom visit his GoFundMe webpage. On...
This week Health and Fitness Expert, Ben Greenfield talks Weight Lifting and Triathlon, 5 Tips for your First Triathlon of the Season and Mirinda Carfrae and Siri Lindley on Advanced Triathlon and Life PLUS our new Timex Ironman ONE GPS+ free giveaway. Email Dave Erickson and Roger Thompson at EnduranceHour@gmail.com. Follow the Endurance Hour: http://www.endurancehour.com/ https://twitter.com/EnduranceHour https://www.facebook.com/pages/Endurance-Hour Subscribe via iTunes and/or Stitcher Smart Radio.
Brett and Tawnee catch up 48 hours after Brett raced IRONMAN Texas on May 16. Was it the race Brett hoped to achieve? Tune in as they analyze Brett’s results, talking about the data, his story, Tawnee’s feedback, and what’s next. You won’t want to miss this exciting development in the series. What’s included: -Brett’s bike split data; HR, watts, RPE, etc. -The story of what really happened on the run that got away from Brett -His mental state during the race and clear signs of burnout -Tawnee’s thoughts on his race execution -Conclusions on the next steps for Brett now that the race is over…. -Taking a step back to focus on recovering from overtrianing -Health and diet recommendations -Getting blood and functional health testing with NourishBalanceThrive.com -Autoimmune Paleo Protocol http://www.thepaleomom.com/autoimmunity/the-autoimmune-protocol
Coach Jim Vance returns to the show to discuss the results of a published study on pacing at Ironman Hawaii. Jim also talks about his experience and experimentation as a high school swim coach where he successfully emphasizes dryland training, technique work, and lower volume. I also talk about my experience with Altra Shoes and my […]
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Get shopping and support the podcast at enduranceplanet.com/shop! This week we’re highlighting Nordic Naturals and PerfectAmino (the all-new MAP). Read more about types of fish oil here. On this show: Get your pens and paper ready to take notes; Dr. Phil Maffetone joins to help you dial in your taper, set a realistic goal race pace (especially for the marathon) and teach you to train MAF-style for ultras. Plus: find out the #1 way get faster and perform better without changing your training nor training more (hint, the answer is near the end of the show). Maffetone on Tapering: -Ironman – 2 weeks out (not 3-4 week taper; why?) -Marathon – taper a week out to 10 days -Last long run a week out is shorter with more recovery days before/after -50-70% reduction in volume -Before a marathon: 2 days off from running (walk, swim, cycle?) -Add any anaerobic/intensity intervals? or ditch that? -Plus: Why Maffetone advises to add 7-second pickups during taper, and why 7 seconds? Using MAF to Set Goal...
Interview with Luke Tyburski about his Ultimate Triathlon and also the stages of enlightenment.
Interview with Kathy Calabretta from the Tri Swim Coach Team 500.
Our ongoing series with Brett from the Zen Triathlon podcast continues, be sure to listen to episode 1, episode 2, episode 3, and episode 4 first! In this show we’ve strung together a couple recent conversations between Tawnee and Brett. Part 1 deals with stress, symptoms of overtraining, and more, using Brett’s situation as an example: -reactive hypoglycemia -what is reactive hypoglycemia, the symptoms and how to resolve it -glucose monitoring for athletes -Brett’s battle with vitiligo -the gut-brain-skin connection -chronic stress leading to an exacerbation of skin conditions -pressure to perform More resources: –Reactive hypoglycemia -Chris Kresser on stress, gut, skin and overtraining Part 2 is the pre-IMTX race plan and goal-setting chat. -Feedback on final taper workouts, HR issues, etc -Brett’s past performances at IMTX and using those splits to guide this year’s goals -Gauging past and future performances -How hard to go on the bike -HR or watts for Brett on the bike? -IM wattage...
Coach Rich Strauss of Endurance Nation and Mark Cardinale, a TeamEN athlete and Kona qualifier, discuss their performances at the 2015 Ironman Saint George 70.3, sharing with you many half Ironman race execution tips and IMSG 70.3 specific insights. Thanks for listening to this Endurance Nation podcast. Be sure to check us out at EnduranceNation.us, or create a FREE 7-day trial membership at EnduranceNation.us/join. Have comments or questions about the show? We'd love to hear from you on Facebook or Twitter! Endurance Nation: Work Hard, Get Smart, Go Fast!
Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly check in on all things Endurance Nation. We are the world's largest, fastest online triathlon team with more than 750 members across the globe training and racing together. This week's topics include.... This Week in Triathlon News: St George Review IM Texas Preview Current Updates for the Team: Brand new search module! Core Diet Webinar just done Boston Qualifying Volume Hack just added! Sponsor Highlight: Energy Bits (www.energybits.com) Team EN Athlete Interview: Wicked Smart Member John Withrow checks in from his new digs in Minneapolis to update us on his exploits and plans for 2015. Training Tip of the Week: How to manage the heat! Thanks for listening to this Endurance Nation podcast. Be sure to check us out at EnduranceNation.us, or create a FREE 7-day trial membership at EnduranceNation.us/join. Endurance Nation: Work Hard, Get Smart, Go Fast!