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You know that nutrition is an important part of your best triathlon performance. But with so much information available, how do you know what advice to follow? On today's episode, Registered Dietician Taryn Richardson returns to the show to help cut through the noise. Taryn outlines five common nutrition mistakes that triathletes make. Are you making these nutrition mistakes? How can you remedy them? Listen in to find out! We are thrilled to have sailfish as the swim partner of TriDot Training. Head to sailfish.com to scout out your next wetsuit, swimskin, goggles and more! Use code sfc-tridot20 at checkout, for 20 percent off your new wetsuit. A big thanks to UCAN for being a long-time partner of the podcast! At TriDot, we are huge believers in using UCAN to fuel our training and racing. To experience UCAN's LIVSTEADY products for yourself, head to their website UCAN.co! Use the code “TriDot” to save 20 percent on your entire order.
A special episode of the Wedge LIVE podcast recorded on bikes in Northeast Minneapolis, with guest Amity Foster. Watch: https://youtube.com/wedgelive Join the conversation: https://twitter.com/wedgelive Support the show: https://patreon.com/wedgelive Wedge LIVE theme song by Anthony Kasper x LaFontsee
Triathletes come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. And today's episode is dedicated to our Clydesdale and Athena athletes. You can be bigger in your frame, you can be bigger in your muscle mass, or you can be bigger because you are carrying a bit of extra weight. Whatever it is that puts you in the Clydesdale or Athena classification of triathletes, we want to equip you with the knowledge and tips to have a successful triathlon journey. Nutritionist Dr. Krista Austin and Coach Tony Washington provide everything from gearing up, training considerations, and appropriate fueling. At TriDot, we trust 2Toms to keep us moving! 2Toms provides revolutionary products to prevent issues from chafing, blisters, odors and sweat. To make the switch to 2Toms, head to Medi-Dyne.com and use the code “TRIDOT” to save 20 percent on your entire order. TriDot and Dimond Bikes are a dynamite race day 1 – 2 punch. Dimond provides you with the Ferrari of bikes, and TriDot Training develops your engine. We are excited to partner with Dimond on some really cool offers. If you are new to TriDot, we're offering 6 months of the Mark Allen Edition of TriDot with the purchase of a Dimond. If you are already a TriDot athlete, we are offering either an upgrade credit or TriDot store credit with your new bike. Head to DimondBikes.com for all the info, and to dream up your very own bike.
Athlete stories have the power to touch, move, and inspire you. And there is great value in hearing others' experiences and learning from their journeys. On today's episode, Host Andrew Harley interviews three TriDot athletes who raced at the IRONMAN World Championship in Nice, France. Jeff Raines, Kurt Madden, and Chris Kennel share how they qualified, trained, tapered, and traveled for the this historical and epic event. In the "one race, three journeys" series you'll get insight into race-specific preparation, mindset, racing strategy, and more! To learn more about racing Challenge Roth with TriDot visit https://race-quest.com/tridot-challenge-roth and enter the password TRIDOT. A big thanks to UCAN for being a long-time partner of the podcast! We are huge believers in using UCAN to fuel our training and racing. To experience UCAN's LIVSTEADY products for yourself, head to their website UCAN.co! Use the code “TriDot” to save 20 percent on your entire order.
Cohosts Seamus, Taylor, and Nick read listener email. 6:44 https://on.soundcloud.com/5aGsc Into The Blue: A company redesigns cities for biking as part of making them like "Blue Zones," the places where people live longest. With Dan Burden, Director of Inspiration and Innovation, Blue Zones LLC. 26:34 https://on.soundcloud.com/T4Qqm Kindermoord, American Style: A ribbon cutting at an unprotected bike lane on a busy street prompts LA Streetsblogger Liz Schiller to ask, "Why do we love our cars more than our children?" With Bike Talk cohost Taylor Nichols. https://la.streetsblog.org/2023/08/15/why-do-we-love-cars-more-than-we-love-our-children 37:24 https://on.soundcloud.com/fmvmr Scooters V. Climate Change: A Lime executive discusses micromobility's inclusion in California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard program. Calvin Thigpen, Director of Policy Research at Lime, with Bike Talk cohost Seamus Garrity.
If the potholes, rogue taxis and silent electric bikes passing on the right don't get ya, cold will! Sure, snow pants and moon boots seem cumbersome, but when that Tibetan front blows in, you won't mind the rubberneckers staring at you as you pass. They can just go stick their tongues on a frozen pole somewhere for all you care. In this podcast, learn how to bundle up, in Mandarin Chinese. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/0771
Mike Peregudov is the CEO and Co-Founder of Whizz, an E-bike rental service company for delivery riders. Mike has had diverse work experience, holding several high-level positions in the past. Prior to Whizz, Mike was a General Partner at S16VC starting in 2020. And from 2014 to 2020, he founded and served as the CEO of Yandex Chef, which was later acquired by Yandex. Additionally, he was the CEO of Pivot from April 2021 to November 2022. Pivot was the second company he created before Whizz but it was not able to grow and succeed. This Episode is Sponsored By: Pearl Diver is a cutting edge platform that provides in-depth visitor identification, enabling you to uncover valuable insight about your website visitors. By uncovering names, emails, company details, and more, Pearl Diver empowers you to turn anonymous traffic into high quality leads. To learn more, visit: millionaire-interviews.com/pearldiver Jon Ostenson, Founder of FranBridge Consulting and Top 1% US Franchise Consultant is here to help you explore the world of non-food franchising opportunities today. Jon and his team are part of the largest brokerage in the US and have vetted the market thoroughly. FranBridge is hands down the premier source of the best opportunities in the non-food franchising world. You can hear more of Jon's story and how he started FranBridge Consulting on Episode 250 of our podcast. Sign up for a free consultation call with Jon today at millionaire-interviews.com/franbridgeconsulting and receive a FREE copy of his new book Non-Food Franchising. Light Years Ahead is a woman-owned national PR firm focusing on emerging brands, exports, and services in the consumer lifestyle space. Based around the US, they specialize in maximizing media exposure for brands and exports, which can then create more sales, brand awareness, and influence buying decisions. The first five listeners of this show that schedule a call with Light Years Ahead to develop a PR campaign will receive $500 off their first month of services. You can email Megan at email@example.com, go to their Instagram @LYAPR or check them out at: millionaire-interviews.com/lightyearsahead Want to Support the Show? Well we'd love for you to join our Patreon Group! What's in it for you? Well you'll instantly get a scheduled call from Austin, where he'll help you with your current or future business... Sign-Up Now at millionaire-interviews.com/patreon.
The cartoon, The Jetsons, had it right all along—a lot of us now have a mini computer on our wrist. Smart watches are becoming more popular and more sophisticated all the time! On this episode, join TriDot Coaches Jeff Raines and Will Usher as they discuss how to get the most out of your multisport watch. They'll cover the pros and cons of some popular brands of watches and then delve into some of the most utilized features, such as GPS tracking and heartrate monitoring. Jeff and Will also discuss how understanding the capabilities of your watch can enhance your triathlon training. Know when to do your TriDot session by heart rate, power, or pace, learn what displays are best to view and track primary metrics during your training, and hear how additional measurements and health data is viewable on your athlete dashboard. Whether you are looking to get a new watch or just better understand how yours works, this is the podcast for you! To learn more about racing Challenge Roth with TriDot visit https://race-quest.com/tridot-challenge-roth and enter the password TRIDOT. We are thrilled to have sailfish as the swim partner of TriDot Training. Head to sailfish.com to scout out your next wetsuit, swimskin, goggles and more! Use code sfc-tridot20 at checkout, for 20 percent off your new wetsuit.
You are listening to ‘From the Frontlines', a series presented by Rocky Talkie. For 10% off visit: rockytalkie.com/IntotheWilderness In this episode, I speak to Hanah and Jonah from Biking 4 Biodiversity as they journey around the world, meeting conservationists fighting the good fight to keep wildlife in our landscapes while balancing the relationship between people's needs and the needs of nature. They are on an incredible journey, and I encourage you to follow their work at www.biking4bidoversity.org. This is a Modern Huntsman production For more on me visit www.byronpace.com To support the show visit: www.patreon.com/byronpace
It's as close to a fairy glen you'll ever experience. Plodcast host Fergus sets off into Tollymore Forest in County Down with local guide Vikki Canavan to find strange tales and curious wildlife along a river brimming with magic. Contact the Plodcast team and send your sound recordings of the countryside to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If your letter, email or message is read out on the show, you could WIN a Plodcast Postbag prize of a wildlife- or countryside-themed book chosen by the team. Visit the Countryfile Magazine website: countryfile.com Write to us: Plodcast, Countryfile Magazine Eagle House Bristol BS1 4ST Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Athlete stories have the power to touch, move, and inspire you. And there is great value in hearing others' experiences and learning from their journeys. On today's episode, Host Andrew Harley interviews three TriDot athletes who raced at the USA Triathlon Nationals. Nolan McKenna, Ness Bowden and Emily Knopfle share how they qualified, trained, tapered, and traveled for the this bucket list event. In the "one race, three journeys" series you'll get insight into race-specific preparation, mindset, racing strategy, and more! At TriDot, we trust 2Toms to keep us moving! 2Toms provides revolutionary products to prevent issues from chafing, blisters, odors and sweat. To make the switch to 2Toms, head to Medi-Dyne.com and use the code “TRIDOT” to save 20 percent on your entire order. A big thanks to UCAN for being a long-time partner of the podcast! We are huge believers in using UCAN to fuel our training and racing. To experience UCAN's LIVSTEADY products for yourself, head to their website UCAN.co! Use the code “TriDot” to save 20 percent on your entire order.
Welcome to the chilling 89th episode of The ATRD Podcast! Today, we will step into the shadowy corners of reality, where everyday life takes an eerie twist & ordinary people experience the extraordinary. Today we will be diving into the terrifying things that can happen at schools, at the mall, and while out hiking or biking. So, turn down the lights, tune in, and let the haunting tales of everyday people take you down that dark and creepy road. Remember, these aren't just stories... these are true experiences that remind us that our world can truly be scarier than fiction. Have a Story To Submit? ➤ https://www.astheravendreams.com Or Post to the Subreddit ➤ https://reddit.com/r/TheRavensDream Support the channel for Early Access AND more! Patreon ➤ https://patreon.com/AsTheRavenDreams Join ➤ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkW0ihdMHfBUjQrMKjRto6g/join Or Check out the Merch Store! ➤ https://teechip.com/stores/astheravendreams Thank you to all of the authors that have stories in today's Video... Tommy F., ZackXy, Ren, Marc Gillihan, Autumn, Randall C., CluelessVista, Avery Redding, FluffyBloomers, Marshelle, TannerMN, Jackie 'As The Raven Dreams' is a community where we explore the darker parts of human existence through true and harrowing stories. From sinister encounters with strangers and stalkers, to terrifying experiences that defy explanation and unsettling mysteries that linger in the shadows, I am here to tell you the most haunting narratives ever whispered. Much Love, and Sleep Well... ----- #TrueScaryStories #AsTheRavenDreams #RedditStories ➤ Stories include a content warning for language and sensitive/disturbing content. Viewer discretion is always advised. ➤ ALL Audio of this Podcast are copyright of AS THE RAVEN DREAMS / RAVEN ADAMS and may not be duplicated, in any format, without explicit permission ➤ If you like any of the following stories, consider subscribing! - Dark Web horror stories, creepy lets not meet stories, stalker stories, Glitch In The Matrix Stories, Unexplained Horror stories, Paranormal stories, cryptid encounter stories, Crazy ex lover stories, creepy neighbor stories, quantum immortality, true scary stories from reddit, or any other True horror Stories! ➤ And Remember; You are loved, you are important, and you are valid. Never let anyone tell you otherwise. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/astheravendreams/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/astheravendreams/support
A recent study named Philadelphia the best city in the U.S. for naked biking - and the city's annual Naked Bike Ride makes a good case. With over 1,000 riders, it's part of the World Naked Bike Ride, and the largest one on the east coast. But…why do people do this? There's more to it than novelty - the Philly Naked Bike Ride makes a statement about body positivity and fuel reduction. Sabrina Boyd-Surka talks with some of the organizers and gets a glimpse at the “protest party” on wheels. Photo courtesy of the Philly Naked Bike Ride. See more photos of the ride here. Follow us on Twitter @TheJawncast.
It's a special edition of the TriDot Podcast! On today's episode, you'll learn some valuable tips about triathlon travel that will allow you to have the best experience when you travel to a race. And then, get ready for a BIG announcement, as we unveil a new initiative: “TriDot Trips, Powered by RaceQuest.” That's right! We've partnered with RaceQuest, a company that specializes in endurance sports race entry tours, training camps, and active travel. You'll hear from CEO and Founder Krista Baker, as well as CMO and Founder Kelli Eldridge, as they talk about the future of TriDot Trips! To learn more about racing Challenge Roth with TriDot visit https://race-quest.com/tridot-challenge-roth and enter the password TRIDOT. Download the RaceQuest FREE triathlon packing list https://race-quest.com/triathlon-packing-list A big thanks to UCAN for being a long-time partner of the podcast! We are huge believers in using UCAN to fuel our training and racing. To experience UCAN's LIVSTEADY products for yourself, head to their website UCAN.co! Use the code “TriDot” to save 20 percent on your entire order.
This week our host Richard is the guest, and is interviewed about his first experience riding an e-bike. Richard and his wife got to test out a Rad Power e-bike this summer, and they both came away impressed! Check out the review of the Rad Power bike here: https://www.10adventures.com/radcity-electric-commuter-bike-gear-review/
Over-biking or under-biking – which should you do? Is it best to buy a bike that can definitely handle every trail you're going to throw its way, or is doing so going to lead to an uninspiring ride on more mellow, every-day terrain? If your bike isn't built for the toughest trails, are you going to be left in a terrified heap, or grinning from ear to ear, as you wrestle it over hostile terrain? Our tech writers battle it out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Biking single track trail on mountain bikes has become very popular in Southcentral Alaska. Trails have proliferated and more are planned. Long trails like the Alaska Traverse will help connect communities and increase non-motorized recreational opportunities. In the Matanuska Susitna Valley and Chugiak/Eagle River individuals and groups are busy building and maintaining trails. On this Outdoor Explorer host PaulTwardock welcomes Will Taygan with the Chugach Mountain Bike Riders and Rene Dervaes with the Valley Mountain Bikers and Hikers to discuss what is happening in Mat-Su Valley and Chugiak/Eagle River and the upcoming Alaska Mountain BikeSummit.HOST: Paul TwardockGUESTS:Will Taygan, Chugach Mountain Bike RidersRene Dervaes, Valley Mountain Bikers and HikersLINKS:Chugach Mountain Bike RidersValley Mountain Bikers and HikersAlaska TrailsSingle Track Advocates]]>
On today's catch up, Hughesy is being a TERRIBLE biker, Erin is reflecting two years apart from Eliza's Dad and Crush Confessions is a cracker!Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode we're talking about the next generation of triathletes! Triathlon is a growing youth and junior sport, and today you'll hear about coaching, racing, and involving your kids in youth triathlon. Joining the conversation today is TriDot Founder and CEO Jeff Booher (who coached a youth triathlon team for 11 years); current youth triathlon coach, TJ Tollakson; and triathlon parent, Ryan Knopfle. The three gentlemen, who have experience as parents and coaches, share the do's and don'ts for getting your kids into multisport. They share insight into getting your child geared up, what training as a youth triathlete looks like, and tips for parents as they navigate those first races. Whether you want to get involved in youth sports, are looking to introduce your child to the sport, or just want to hear some really cute young triathlon stories, this is a 'must listen!' Looking to improve your freestyle swim? At TriDot Pool School you'll be taught step-by-step how to turn your muscle memory into full-stroke swimming that's smooth and fast. Ready to jump in? There are Pool Schools currently available in the USA, and around the world. Head to TriDot.com/pool-school to learn more and sign up today. Need assistance getting your bike to a race site this year? TriBike Transport delivers bikes safely and conveniently to more than 100 triathlon and cycling events annually around the world. TriBike Transport is a service-driven team of professionals committed to safe, efficient and dependable transportation and logistics. Use code TRIDOT23 at https://www.tribiketransport.com/ for $25 off your reservation.
This week Clint and Dawson sit down with Luke Swab. Luke got his first dirt bike when he was 10, and when he was 12 he rode a Yamaha TW200 in Guyana South America. That started everything. He has ridden a motorcycle or moped in 35 different countries to date with traveling to 45 in total. Luke's first solo trip was in 2009 where he headed from Texas to the Panama canal. (He didn't make it). The trip went viral on Advrider.com and people started sending money through Paypal to help fund the trip. In 2011 Luke rode from the southernmost point of Africa, Cape Agallius, to the northernmost point of Norway (Nordcape) Lots and Lots of breakdowns and logistical nightmares with border crossings. They had to sneak into Kenya and also Climbed Kilimanjaro. This story is "most of the podcast". Around 2016 Luke got hired by RoadRunner to do some blogging, which morphed into writing Magazine Articles, with them sending me to Japan for a two week trip. In 2019 Luke rode around Lake Superior with his Dad which was the most special trip he has ever taken. He wrote a story about it, and got his dad on the cover of Road Runner Magazine. A career highlight for sure. Luke and Cameron Mullinburg during 2019 through 2022 did many amazing trips out west. Cameron made epic videos of the trips and Luke was the photographer and writer. They are all available online https://www.roadrunner.travel/author/luke-swab/ Moab: White Rim Trail, Moab, Utah | Dual Sport Motorcycle Shamrock Tour® | RoadRUNNER Magazine Kalispell Montana - Kalispell, Montana | Glacier National Park Motorcycle Tour | RoadRUNNER Magazine Idaho Hot Spring Trip - Idaho Hot Springs Motorcycle Tour | RoadRUNNER Magazine Chattanooga Chattanooga, Tennessee | Shamrock Tour® | RoadRUNNER Magazine August 25th 2023, Luke flies to Alaska to work as a guide for MotoQuest for 3 weeks. https://www.motoquest.com/ Thanks for listening! Find all our episodes at dayfirepodcast.com This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
In today's episode; - Big road trips on any bike - A Triumph Thruxton from Sweden to Wales - Group Riding at different speeds - Getting into Biking - Moto Morini Milano- the bike that can only be an ornament - High main dealer service Costs - A reliable Cafe Racer for £3-6k - The Moto Guzzi V85TT Bikes discussed: Honda Shadow, Piaggio Beverly, Honda Transalp, Moto Morini Milano, Moto Guzzi V85TT, Kawasaki W800 Cafe, Yamaha RD350lc ______________________ Please do leave a comment and share your thoughts. If you've got a story, insight or pictures to share, you can also email email@example.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/@tuesday_at_dobbs My other YouTube channel: @FreddieDobbs ___________________ Time Stamps: 0:00: Road Trips 12:40: Getting into Biking 20:50: South Africa and a Cafe Racer 25:25: Moto Morini Milano 28:00: Service Costs 32:47: Bike of the Week: Moto Guzzi V85TT
“I went to the funeral, mostly to support my sister. I had never even met Emery's mom, Jenna, at the time. But I went for my sister, Missy, who is Emery's grandmother,” says Halper. “Emery's parents and grandparents were standing in the front, and Emery was in the casket behind them. And something in me snapped that day. I didn't understand how they were going to do what they were about to do, bury their precious daughter. I wanted to do something about that, or at least be a part of doing something about that, about childhood cancer.” Join us for an uplifting conversation about hope, resilience, and the incredible power of community in the fight against childhood cancer. Meet our special guest, Peter Halper, a true champion biking for the Emery Thunders Ride, dedicated to funding childhood cancer initiatives across the US. This episode delves into Peter's inspiring journey, his passion for making a difference, and the incredible impact of the Emery Thunders Ride. Follow Peter's ride LIVE on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@bethegoodmovement To Learn More Visit: https://www.emerysmemoryfoundation.com/thunderride
Your time is valuable. So when you are training, you need to make the most of that opportunity. On today's episode, TriDot Coaches Elizabeth James, Jeff Raines, and John Mayfield are here to help you do that! The coaches offer 20 methods for maximizing your time training. Get advice on everything from pacing your workout, adhering to the right intensity, using certain equipment to better execute sessions, and scheduling your training. The coaches also provide discipline-specific tips and ways to stay motivated. Don't miss these 20 ways to make the most of every session! At TriDot, we trust 2Toms to keep us moving! 2Toms provides revolutionary products to prevent issues from chafing, blisters, odors and sweat. To make the switch to 2Toms, head to Medi-Dyne.com and use the code “TRIDOT” to save 20 percent on your entire order. A big thanks to UCAN for being a long-time partner of the podcast! We are huge believers in using UCAN to fuel our training and racing. To experience UCAN's LIVSTEADY products for yourself, head to their website UCAN.co! Use the code “TriDot” to save 20 percent on your entire order.
In this riveting episode, we sit down with the multi-talented Attorney at Law, Gabriel H. Avina, a man who takes both life and law to the next level. We met at a VVMC motorcycle event, and the connection was instant. With his passion for electric bicycles, motorcycles, and a holistic approach to health and well-being, Gabriel is an embodiment of living life to the fullest. Gabriel's story is as unique as his lifestyle choices. No smoking, no drinking, and no shoes! He is meticulous about what goes into his body and how he treats it, and his commitment to health extends to all facets of his life, including his love for law and motorcycling. In our conversation, we explore the growing world of electric vehicles (EV), focusing on bikes and motorcycles. We delve into their environmental impact, practicality, and how they represent the future of transportation. Gabriel's expertise in the legal field adds a layer of insight as we discuss legal aspects related to EVs. But that's not all! This episode also offers a deep dive into Gabriel's wellness journey, exploring his philosophies on fitness, fasting, and mental well-being. His strategies for maintaining physical and mental balance might just inspire you to make some changes in your own life. From motorcycles to courtroom battles, from fasting to speeding on the open road, Gabriel's passions and wisdom weave a thrilling narrative. If you're looking for inspiration, entertainment, or simply a great conversation, this episode has it all. So sit back, relax, and join us on this incredible ride. You're going to love this episode, and it may just spark a new passion in you!
The rising problem of mopeds and motorcycles in New York City bike lanes is impossible to ignore but the solutions are anything but simple. Recently, journalist and friend of the podcast Aaron Gordon wrote an essay for his newsletter titled "Biking in New York City Has Gotten Worse," in which he laments the change that's happened in recent years of larger and faster motorized vehicles using the city's bike lanes. We're not talking pedal-assist e-bikes and cargo bikes or even the Arrow e-bikes that have long been preferred by New York's delivery workers. We're talking full-on mopeds and motorcycles—electric and gas-powered alike—many of which are unlicensed and, even if they did have the proper registration, generally do not belong in bike lanes. In this coversation, we talk about how and why this problem has grown, largely due to the major food-delivery app companies which wash their hands of any responsibility for providing their workers, all of whom are categorized not as employees but as contractors, with fair wages, benefits, and even street-legal vehicles. Can government force the app companies to step up? What should people who advocate for safe streets and bike infrastructure do? It's complicated. ***This is a preview of a Patreon bonus episode. To hear the full episode and for complete access to all our exclusive bonus content become a Patreon supporter of The War on Cars.***
The Fanes-Senes-Braies Dolomite Nature Park is one of my favorite places in Italy.It sits in the Alto Adige (also know as Sudtirol or South Tyrol) portion of the Trentino-Alto Adige region.This park has some stunning mountain scenery, beautiful valleys, awesome trails and a very charming town nearby, San Vigilio di Marebbe.If you love hiking and mountain biking, then Fanes-Senes-Braies Dolomite Park is for you.Want to chat more about this amazing destination?Email me at Lynne@WanderYourWay.com. In this episode:0:20: Life upate4:53: Placing Fanes-Senes-Braies on the map5:56: Braies — Lago di Braies9:14: Getting to Fanes and Senes Trails11:17: Senes hike / Fodara hike17:33: Trails beyond Senes18:59: Fanes hike21:55: Gran Fanes25:03: Observation26:23: Surrounding Areas31:09: San Vigilio di Marebbe38:07: Wrapping it upImportant links:Episode 40: Fanes-Senes-Braies Nature Park • ItalyThe Unique and Amazing Fanes-Senes-Braies Dolomite Natural ParkNature Parks of Bolzano ProvinceSan Vigilio di Marebbe / Fanes-Senes-Braies infoVal PusteriaWhy You Need to Visit the Amazing San Vigilio di Marebbe Italy15 of the Most Beautiful Towns in ItalyEpisode 60: Overview of the Dolomites • Italy7 Reasons Why You Should Travel to the Amazing Campo Tures ItalyHotel Olympia: The Best Place to Stay in the Dolomites ItalyHotel Olympia Support the showThanks to Callisa Mickle who edits the audio.Follow Wander Your Way:InstagramFacebookPinterest
What do you get when you combine a love for adventure and cycle touring with a passion for nature conservation and awareness? Hanna Ollos and Jonas Sommer embarked on an epic cycling journey from Germany to Southeast Asia, with the goal of promoting nature conservation and raising awareness about the biodiversity crisis. Little did they know that their one-and-a-half-year journey would take unexpected twists and turns, pushing them to their limits and teaching them invaluable lessons about flexibility and going with the flow.As Hanna and Jonas navigate through different terrains, climates, and encounters with local communities, they share their firsthand experiences of the challenges and rewards of long-distance cycling. From extreme droughts and scorching temperatures to the hospitality of the South Asian people, they paint a vivid picture of their journey that is both awe-inspiring and humbling. Their insights provide a unique perspective on the interconnectedness of humanity and nature, and the urgent need to protect biodiversity.If you've ever dreamed of embarking on your own cycling adventure or simply want to learn more about the importance of nature conservation, this episode is a must-listen. Hanna and Jonas offer practical advice for starting small and gradually building up to bigger trips, encouraging everyone to connect with nature and make a difference in their own communities. Learn more about Hanna and Jonas at Biking4Biodiversity.org and follow them on Facebook and Instagram @Biking4Biodiversity.Join our community at Warmshowers.org, follow us on Instagram @Warmshowers_org, and visit us on Facebook. Contact Tahverlee directly at Tahverlee@Warmshowers.org.Theme Music by Les Konley | Produced by Les KonleyHappy riding and hosting!
What is your optimal cadence? On today's episode, TriDot Coaches Jeff Raines and Jose Ramon Callon teach you everything you need to know about the rate at which your limbs spin their way through the swim, bike, and run. What is an ideal stroke rate? What is SWOLF? Is there a specific RPM you should target on the bike? Is training at different cadences important? Will your run cadence change based on your speed? Should your ideal race-day cadence in each sport change depending on if you are racing short and hard or long and steady? So many questions; but don't worry, Jeff and Jose have your answers! Big thanks to Precision Fuel & Hydration for partnering with us on this episode! Head over to precisionfuelandhydration.com and check out the Fuel Planner to get your free personalized fuel and hydration strategy. Use the code TRI10 to get 10% off your first order. We are thrilled to have sailfish as the swim partner of TriDot Training. Head to sailfish.com to scout out your next wetsuit, swimskin, goggles and more! Use code sfc-tridot20 at checkout, for 20 percent off your new wetsuit.