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Best Purplepatch podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Purplepatch podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Author and Triathlon Coach, Matt Dixon, will empower and educate you to integrate sport into life in order to reach your athletic potential because, it is through the lens of athletic potential, that you reach your human potential. In addition to topics such as planning your fitness into a time-starved life, the show will provide in-depth interviews, advice, and insight into optimizing your health, work, and life performance, along with the critical habits and approaches that facilitate the ...
 
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For time-starved fitness enthusiasts, what are the five fundamental key rules to commit to on a daily, weekly, monthly, and annual basis? What are these tips that, if you nail down as habits, will serve you well to retain consistency and realize the benefits of your hard work? Embrace the Power of Low Stress Variance Fuel Up Following Every Session…
 
Today's show focuses on effective leadership - looking ahead over the coming months on how coaches should consider approaching the uncertainty with their athletes. Coaches are leaders and there is plenty to draw from in this show. Take note, coaches, and managers. It isn’t all a disaster! It is, however, time to step up and lead. You have tools at …
 
In honor of Father's Day, we present our "Ask Daddy Anything" episode. Matt answers your questions related to: Return to Racing this Year Hopes and Fears for Athletes as they Emerge from the Pandemic Timing on Multiple Daily Workouts Priorities When Becoming a First-Time Parent His Favorite Aspects of Being a Dad IRONMAN Return to Racing Video Prec…
 
Make no mistake, the fabric of society is being stretched and global stress is elevated for almost everyone. The acute awareness of the need for resilience, adaptability, and a platform of health is rising, but a key component of development in these areas lies recovery - often under-valued, misunderstood, and ignored. As you emerge stronger, there…
 
What is the difference between inclusion and real belonging in a community? Can you have one without the other? Yes, indeed, you can. Unfortunately, there are too many groups where you can be included without feeling like you truly belong. What is the missing ingredient? Trust. Trust, which starts at the individual level, is central to a community …
 
Over the last two months, you've stabilized, adapted and innovated. The weather is improving in most places, and maybe, just maybe, races are on the horizon? We don't know, but what we do know is that you can continue to progress. So, how should you approach your training in the coming months? If races don’t happen, you'll be priming yourself for a…
 
An effective coach or leader will be equipped to guide their pupils through the change. They will set the conditions to enable a course correction and acceleration and the really great ones will find a wonderful balance between empathy, tough-love, and accountability. The success of teams and athletes isn’t mystical. It also isn’t luck. Matt takes …
 
Jesse Thomas joins Matt to discuss his recent retirement from a successful 10-year professional triathlon career. This conversation with Matt and Jesse is full of stories that include many lessons of high performance, the importance of sharing the journey, the value of coaching, how to navigate adversity, using metrics correctly, keeping it fun, an…
 
In this episode on our continuing series of #emergingstronger, Matt outlines a playbook for a "ramp to racing." A return to racing will happen soon. We don't know exactly when, but when it happens, you want to be ready...race ready. What should that look like as you emerge from the fog? What should you seek to accomplish on your return? In setting …
 
Whether you’re an athlete, an individual, a parent, a leader, or a business, we’ve all been navigating through several different phases of this thing called Covid-19. There was the sudden change, the initial desperate plans, frustrations, adjustments, and innovation, and now, what you might call - the new normal. It is only now that we can start to…
 
This week, we showcase a recent live presentation Matt debuted for GetSetUp, a resource and education site that focuses on re-skilling Seniors who then teach other Seniors how to do all the important things in their lives from navigating health care, to online bill pay, and more. This timely live seminar was centered around resilience and human per…
 
For many, the compass or guiding light of race targets are hidden by the fog of COVID-19, with little real understanding of when the fog will lift. How do you train for something when you don’t know what that something is? Where does training fit in the whole big puzzle at the moment? What are some practical guidelines for you to maximize training …
 
This week, it's part two of our double-header on resilience. If you missed last week's episode on developing resilience within yourself, you can listen HERE. In part two, we think beyond ourselves, which is something that all of us must do in these uncertain times. This episode provides context on helping others navigate these times, develop mental…
 
This episode is part one of a two-part episode on RESILIENCE. There are two arms of building resilience: Resilience for yourself - Your platform to develop performance Resilience for others - Guiding and leading a team, company or athletes to improved resilience. You can only do part two of the resilience equation IF you have part one dialed. Today…
 
As the daily reality of living in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic starts to settle in, we appreciate that this is an incredibly challenging time for everyone. It is one that we will unite and support you and each other, but we cannot claim that it will all be rosy and cheerful as we drive forward. Our collective mantra is focused around these…
 
This BONUS episode is from a LIVE "Meetings with Matt Office Hours" recorded on Monday, March 18th, 2020. Many of us have lost our compass -- events canceled, training roadmap destroyed, access completely evolved and limited. It is normal to have a phase of despair, frustration, and declining motivation. In this session, Matt maps a path forward an…
 
Live from our recent Kona Empowerment Camp, Matt speaks with long-time Purple Patch athlete and CEO of ChargePoint, Pasquale Romano, about integrating sport into a time-starved life. It's a conversation around performance, the value of coaching, how to be coached, and the traits of effective leaders. Together, they talk openly about this performanc…
 
You hold a power of influence that is greater than you can imagine. Even if you're not in a traditional position of leadership, you can enable quiet change by what you do more than what you say. In this episode, Matt provides examples of the positive effects of quiet leadership both in the workplace and in sport. Discussion topics include: Having E…
 
Andy Blow, Founder and CEO of Precision Hydration, makes a return visit to the Purple Patch Podcast to discuss sweat testing and practical application with multiple case studies. Discussion topics include: What exactly is sweat testing and how is it administered with Precision Hydration? What data and information are you looking for when you do a s…
 
If you are one of the many triathletes who struggle with the swim portion of a triathlon, you are likely an adult onset swimmer, the subject for this week's episode. If you didn’t grow up with the green hair of over chlorination, you will likely never experience true comfort and weightlessness of being in the water, and yet, you must still prepare …
 
Your athletic journey should be one of longterm development and integration into life. Ultimately, a healthy journey will expand your life view, improve your health and energy, and create a sustained sense of ownership and success. Matt continues the athletic journey discussion with Part 2 and two additional real-life case studies that will, no dou…
 
Did you know that winning can be a highly frustrating experience for a champion? Hard to believe, right? How is that even possible? Today, Matt parks this episode right at the intersection of measuring internal standards of performance against outcomes, such as results. Should we always seek victory? Or, is it better to chase personal performance a…
 
Matt discusses the long-term evolution of athletes with two real-life case studies of everyday people and athletes who reimagined and reinvented their approach to performance. The goal with each of these athletes? To raise their performance over the adversity of aspects such as age, injury, and a fixed mindset. Your performance evolution is a journ…
 
This foundational episode of the new year introduces your path-to-performance optimization for 2020 and it's all anchored around four magic words. Yes. four critical words. These words set the tone for the year ahead and frame a successful performance journey which can be summed up with the following Purple Patch Coaching philosophy: When a person …
 
Tom Andrews is founder of TJA Leadership - a leadership strategy firm that works with some of the largest corporations and executives in big moments of change. His vast and varied list of clients includes Starbucks, SoulCycle, American Express, Kohls, and many more. In this dynamic interview, Matt and Tom discuss the undeniable parallels and inters…
 
Matt Dixon is back with his 2020 Holiday Gift Guide centered around his four pillars of performance. These ideas aren’t quick fixes or magic shortcuts to performance success. They are simple, actionable, and authentic ideas for your performance-driven loved one. We hope this list provides inspiration, ideas and even, perhaps even a little positive …
 
In this episode, which is a sequel to our original Episode 47 on "Childhood Development in Sport," Matt explores three critical components of development in kids in sport: Performance anxiety Sport specialization The journey through the teenage years, especially around puberty The biggest improvements and performance gains are always going to emerg…
 
In honor of the Thanksgiving holiday here in the United States, we’re taking the week off and featuring a few “Best of” segments from recent episodes. The common themes throughout? Elite behavior, effective communication, proper feedback and identifying talent. The heart of this episode is built upon personal growth and development, so as you liste…
 
Two Purple Patch athletes, Sandy Holbrook James and Sarah Gott, share their journeys of integrating multisport into their time-starved lives and how they both transformed from recreational athletes to Kona Qualifiers! They get intimate and vulnerable speaking about how they balance their training schedules with respective careers, spouses, children…
 
We've received so many questions about the Squad Programming that this entire episode digs deep this new evolution of Purple Patch Programming: What is the Squad? How was the Squad conceived and developed? What type of athletes does it serve? Are we all following the same plan year-round? How can I customize my training or scale it to fit my life? …
 
Matt explores the question, 'What Happened?' at this year's IRONMAN World Championships. Performance predictability and all other signs pointed to a magical day on the Big Island for Sarah Piampiano, a fierce competitor who is coming off her best year of almost a decade in professional racing. Unfortunately, the day was far from magical. What lesso…
 
In Episode 86, Matt defined Effective Feedback and the context of where it fits into the performance cycle. . In Part 2 of this series on Effective Feedback, we provide the framework, structure, and flow of both giving and receiving effective feedback in real-life scenarios. Feedback is powerful and will elicit a reaction. It can be positive or neg…
 
The theme of this episode is empowerment and the power of lifting each other up in support. The journey to elite success can be lonely and competitive, and there's a long-standing stereotype that elite female athletes can't work well together in this pursuit of excellence. Chelsea Sodaro and Sarah Piampiano are here to dispel those myths. In fact, …
 
"Feedback can and should be a gift. It should be something to cherish and to seek. It is something to be given that will facilitate growth and improvement." In this first part of a multi-part series on Feedback in a Performance Culture, Matt defines effective feedback and illustrates where it fits in the context and cycle of a performance culture. …
 
"The barometer of a time-starved athlete's success should be anchored around nailing an appropriate postseason over chasing weekly hours in the heart of race season. What you do well now is the thing that will determine your opportunity to evolve, break out, and excel in the year ahead." The meat and potatoes of this episode of real-life postseason…
 
The most common mistake of amateur athletes is to take too much of an unstructured break between the last race of the season and then ramping back into specific work. The other is to stubbornly train on with the same vigor, fearful of losing fitness. So how do we balance both rest and progression within a phase of training? We set the proper mindse…
 
We are ALL IN...the family this week as Matt interviews his wife and business partner, Kelli McMaster, about her recent marathon journey. . Kelli may not be your typical elite triathlete, but she is the epitome of a Purple Patch athlete who, like many, integrates sport into her time-starved life and uses multisport training as a lifestyle to enhanc…
 
In this special BONUS episode of the Purple Patch Podcast, Matt Dixon talks exclusively about the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Race in Nice, France taking place on September 7th and 8th. In this detailed discussion, he talks about: The preparation leading up to the event Travel tips for staying fresh and hydrated How to navigate your arriva…
 
Great performances are not mystical. They arrive out of doing basic things repeatedly right. Matt reveals strategies to set you up for success under the lens of proper preparation, a championship mindset, and calm execution. There are no gifts or guarantees, but failure to reach an outcome goal doesn’t mean you are a failure. It is simply another s…
 
Matt Dixon interviews long-time Purple Patch athlete, Tim Deer, about his recent experience completing the Badwater 135 ultra-endurance race from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney. The Badwater 135 is billed as the most demanding and extreme running race offered anywhere on the planet. The start line is at Badwater Basin, Death Valley, which marks the lo…
 
Malindi Elmore is the queen of evolution. Growing up in Canada, she knew early on that running was her passion. This, after all, was a girl who was more excited about winning the 100-meter dash than the spelling bee in school. She was raised as a multi-sport athlete who participated in soccer, field hockey, skiing, waterskiing, running, and hiking,…
 
This is a replay of Episode 55 - an interview with Purple Patch Pro, Chelsea Sodaro. After months of rehabbing an injury, Chelsea won IRONMAN 70.3 Santa Rosa with a blistering 1:16 Half Marathon split. Congratulations, Chelsea! Chelsea Sodaro was born to be an athlete. Both parents competed in triathlon and Chelsea also remembers her Dad training f…
 
How you chop carrots is how you live your life. What does this mean, exactly? Well, how people do seemingly simple tasks will seep into everything they do and, as a coach or a leader, you can spot talent or value by observing the basic habits and behaviors of your athletes or employees. In this episode, Matt explores: The concept of talent How you …
 
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