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Welcome mountain bikers! Thanks for tuning into The Inside Line podcast. Today I'm stoked to have Dustin Zeis on the show. Dustin is the reason the Boise Bike Park keeps its flow and runs so well throughout riding season. As Head of Maintenance, he's a Boise city employee blending his passion for riding bikes with building trails. In this episode, we discuss how he turned his love of getting two wheels off the ground into a full-time job. If you have a public bike park or trails system in your area, make sure you thank the people that make it run. It's such a great time to be a mountain biker with so many places to ride. Enjoy the show!The Inside Line is proud to have jensonusa.com as a sponsor of the show. They have some fantastic holiday sales going on right now, so scoop up some gifts for you and your loved ones. Use coupon code insideline at checkout and receive 10% off qualifying items.Even though winter is coming in, Maxxis tires still keep us gripping and ripping on the trails, no matter what the conditions. I'm back to a Minion DHR II front and Aggressor rear combo on my Santa Cruz 5010, and they've been nothing but fast and predictable.Speaking of Santa Cruz, they offer free lifetime bearing replacements on all their full-suspension frames, and they've pledged 1 million dollars over 3 years to trail projects and groups through their Paydirt Fund.
In this episode Erin and Stanger break down their recent experience taking a group cycling class on the damn beach! That's right, it was a class with a bunch of other people on stationary bikes on Santa Monica beach. Erin's first class like this in years. Did she like it? Was it weird? Did they bite off more than they could chew? All your questions are answered as well as some good insights and the pros and cons of group cycling classes. ”Light Weight Baby!!!” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We first spoke with Jessie on October 19th 2021 where she shared more about her cycle challenge of riding 570 miles to Glasgow for COP26. During this episode we catch up with Jessie to find out about her journey, the challenges faced and overcome, what it was like arriving in Glasgow and her thoughts on COP26 as well as her plans for the future. Jessie in her own words: I am a youth activist who cares deeply about the power of people to create change and this is exactly what I want People Pedal Power to do. The idea to start the movement came from my fears that more inaction would come from COP26. I knew that we didn't have time for this to occur, as this summit has to be the one where real change is created, if not by our leaders but by the power of individuals creating collective action. As can be seen from the youth climate movement across the world, individuals really do have the power to create change, and so I decided to harness this! I also believe in the immense power that words and storytelling have in helping us as individual to learn, understand and ultimately engage in the climate crisis. I have been trying to do this for the past 2 years with my monthly newspaper columns and other writing projects which discuss the climate crisis from the youth perspective. Listen to Jessie now on the Tough Girl Podcast. New episodes go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and support. Thank you. Show notes Who is Jessie The day before the start of the challenge Getting going and feeling relief Partnering with the Adventure Syndicate Film maker - Catherine Dunn Starting with 50/60 people Meeting people along the way Magical moments from the experience Why everyday was special One of the hardest days on the bike Tips and tricks for dealing with the tough times Using music to change her state of mind Coping with riding 100km per day Why it was harder mentally Arriving in Glasgow for COP26 Feeling unsettled in Glasgow Partnering with Eco-Schools Trying to get the youth voice in the media The challenges at the event Thoughts on COP26 Did attending the event help to make a difference What it was like inside the conference What it was like outside the conference People power and feeling empowered What's next for Jessie? COP27? Cycling during the winter months Final words of advice Social Media People Pedal Power - Demanding Climate action and greener more accessible transport. Website: httpspeoplepeddlepower.wordpress.com/ Instagram: @people_pedal_power Personal IG: @climate_jess_ The Adventure Syndicate is a collective of extraordinary cyclists who happen to be women and who aim to challenge what others think they are capable of. Website - theadventuresyndicate.com Instagram: @adventuresynd
Imagine living well into your 100s. If that number seems out of reach, you haven't been to the Blue Zones. Because, in these areas around the world, 100 is just a number. And the centenarians who reside there are not just living, they are thriving…avoiding many of the chronic diseases that the US alone spends close to 3.6 trillion dollars mopping up. When Blue Zones founder Dan Buettner discovered these areas, he realized there are nine principles that they all follow. “The Power 9”, as he calls it. But he didn't stop there. This New York Times multiple best selling author, award-winning journalist and 3x Guiness World Record holder for long distance cycling wanted to share the gift with other areas of the world. And now, with his new book The Blue Zones Challenge, his goal is give a four week plan that will add ten quality years to your life. On this episode of the HIListically Speaking Podcast, Dan shares more about Blue Zones living and the powerful steps you can take to live well. Plus, he answers your questions and shares more about the value of social media when it comes to spreading your message. To learn more about Dan Buettner, The Blue Zones Challenge or any of Dan's books, visit DanBuettner.Com. You can also connect with him on all social media (Instagram, TikTok and Facebook) at @DanBuettner. If you want to learn more about how Hilary can support you on your holistic health journey, connect with her at HilaryRusso.com and on all social media at @HilaryRusso. And yes, TikTok too at @hilisticallyspeaking. If you are interested in early access to podcast guests, giveaways, speaking engagements and events with Hilary Pus, her powerful tips and tools to help you "be kind to your mind", Join the Thrive Hive. It's FREE! If this episode resonates with you, consider sharing it with one other person. And subscribe anywhere you listen, so you never miss the conversation. Looking to start a podcast of your own? Here's a free trial from my friends at SquadCast to give it a try. HIListically Speaking with Hilary Russo Created/Hosted by Hilary Russo Produced by Alan Seales Music by Lipbone Redding Recorded on SquadCast Connect with Hilary Instagram: @HilaryRusso Twitter: @HilaryRusso Facebook: @HilaryRusso TikTok: @hilisticallyspeaking Website: www.hilaryrusso.com Connect with Alan Seales Listen to more music by Lipbone Redding
This final episode of season three will be in the series Ask The Doc. Stay tuned to learn about my two injuries, treatments and what you can do in a similar situation. Episode Highlights: My bike injury in July 2021 and the injuries that resulted Seeking treatment for my Triangular Fiber Cartilage Complex tear (TFCC) Immobilizing my wrist Persistent wrist pain and palm tenderness Everything you need to know about Triangular Fiber Cartlidge Complex tear (TFCC) Everything you need to know about hook of hamate fracture Past episodes mentioned The Doctor Is The Patient Saddle Sores- What Are They? How to Prevent Them? How to Treat Them? Did you enjoy today's episode? Please subscribe and leave a review. If you have questions, comments, or possible show topics, email firstname.lastname@example.org. To subscribe and review use one links of the links below Apple Spotify Google Get a copy of the book Running Is Cheaper Than Therapy: A Journey Back to Wholeness
Author Selene Yeager discusses menopause on her podcast 'Hit Play, Not Pause' and her upcoming book with Stacy Sims called 'Next Level' SUPPORT THE SHOW: Use the link https://amzn.to/3Aej4jl to shop amazon and support the show for free! Get a 100% Made for you Training Plan: https://consummateathlete.com/training-plans/ Book a Call or Skills session - https://calendly.com/smartathlete Get one of Molly Hurford's Books - Shred Girls, Fuel Your Ride, Sponsorship Guide for Athletes, or Becoming a Consummate Athlete https://amzn.to/3bOztkN Show Notes & Services: ConsummateAthlete.com Listen on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/3eK9nI1Rmr7o9WvUcwCR2b Listen on Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/consummate-athlete-podcast/id1100471297
In Season 5, Episode 11, Marc interviews Dr. James Morehen, PhD, a performance nutritionist working in rugby league, previously for English Football Association and consulting with athletes across numerous sports. Summary of the Episode 2:30 – James' background in science and sport. 4:30 – What is weight cycling? 6:55 – What is fat-overshooting? 10:50 – James' recent paper on a 5-year weight training cycle… 14:10 – The typical resting metabolic rate, caloric intake and daily food items of the pro boxer 16:30 – Rocky's weight-making strategy the week before weigh-in 21:05 – Old-school weight making strategies that put athletes at risk 24:10 – Does repeatedly trying to ‘make weight' result in fat overshooting as you age (or athlete retires)? 32:05 – Some of the tips James' picked up interviewing some of the world's best practitioner 37:00 – What's life like at the Bristol Bears pro rugby club 39:20 – Diet plan vs. lifestyle change – which comes first? James Morehen, PhD Website: https://morehenperformance.com/ Twitter: @James_Morehen
An L.A. Times investigation found that from 2017 to July of this year, 70% of bicyclists that L.A. County sheriff's deputies pulled over were Latinos, even though the group makes up only about half of the county's population. And they searched 85% of bike riders they stopped, even though deputies often had no reason to think they'd find something illegal. They ended up making arrests or writing citations 21% of the time. Today, we talk to the L.A. Times journalists who reported this story. And we talk to a Latino cycling activist about how it is to cycle around Los Angeles.More reading:L.A. sheriff's deputies use minor stops to search bicyclists, with Latinos hit hardest Bicyclists share stories of being stopped by L.A. County deputies: ‘Everybody is a suspect until proven otherwise' L.A. County supervisors seek to decriminalize bike violations after Times investigation
Brad Kaplan is the Director of Development for an organization called The Richmond Cycling Corps. The mission of The Richmond Cycling Corps is to educate and empower the lives of Richmond youth living in the heart of the East End of Richmond, with a purpose to change the lives of youth who are living there in the public housing projects.What starts on a bike does not end with a race or a ride. This organization aims to develop the whole person as they work with the youth they serve. They say that cycling is their platform for change. They laugh, they teach, they learn and they have a passion for being a positive impact on the kids in the heart of public housing. Brad is here today to tell us more about the incredible work this organization is doing and all that they hope to achieve.DonateMore InfoSocial Media
Canmore, Alberta's, John Freeman is going to see the world from the saddle of a bike and he's taking his pal Mira with him. Originally from Peterborough, Ontario, John grew up like most kids, exploring the world and his surroundings on two wheels. Later, his passions for the outdoors and climbing led him to becoming a Ropes Access Professional. He helps companies with projects involving access to difficult-to-reach locations without the use of scaffolding, cradles or an aerial work platform.When mountain bikes broke onto the scene, he saw them as adventure machines but instead, fell into the world of competitive mountain bike racing. Not until later when he started bikepacking did he fully realize the full potential of the worlds noblest off road machine and there was no question that his canine pal was coming along for the ride. With increased distances came more specific requirements and Dogpacking was born.Hi dog, Mira, has been at it since she was 3 months old, so this is familiar territory for her. Their plan is to pedal to Ushusia, Argentina and then to keep moving until they have covered all seven continents.In this episode we cover a lot of territory. We chat about Johns background in cycling and how the requirements of bikepacking with a dog emerged. We discuss the random acts of kindness he receives and how having a canine travel companion helps to bridge the the gap from his natural introversion. I ask him about how he manages fear and chat a little about Mental Health.The Rural Alberta Advantage - Eye of the TigerMike Myers - CanadaDr. Andrew Huberman - Huberman Lab podcastSave 25% off a consultation at Cycling 101 when you use the code VIP50 at checkout.Save 25% at Dynamic Cyclist when you use the promo code MB40 at checkout.Visit RollingDale CycleThanks to Lakeside Bikes in Invermere for supporting me!
Owen reached out and wanted to chat about some endurance topics which are quite appropriate this time of year, as many athletes enter a base phase of training. What is base training? But more importantly, WHY should we ride at endurance? We look at how endurance training has landed us numerous P/1 state championships, and 6 Masters National Championships. We chat about whether cadence work is necessary, and why we do or don't prescribe it. Since I come from the northeast frozen tundra in Upstate NY, Owen had some questions as to what strategies I utilized before there were smart trainers and Zwift to occupy the time. Remember, there are no short cuts. Sweet spot is NOT an effective short cut for endurance training. Let us know what you thought of the video! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/evoqbike/support
How can you keep your training up when the temperatures go down? On today's episode, our northernmost coaches Matt Bach and B.J. Leeper provide cold weather training tips. How will the cold impact your ability to train? What should you wear? What happens to you biologically when training in frigid temperatures? Should your hydration strategy change in the winter time? Matt and B.J. answer all of this and more! Listen in to learn how to safely and successfully navigate colder conditions. Interested in TriDot's PreSeason Project? Visit TriDot.com/psp to learn more and submit your application.
In this episode, Darwin is joined by fellow 2021 CDT Thru-Hiker, Triple Crowner, and Wilderness Therapy Instructor Justin Helmkamp to talk about what happens after the hike (or adventure) is OVER. There's always a focus on the highs and lows during a long adventure, but what about the many difficulties folks can run into in the weeks and months after finishing something like a thru-hike? What can someone completing a long, meaningful experience expect when they get back home? What can you do to fight off the "Post Adventure Blues?#Giveashit Company Spotlight: RawlogyTo get early access to episodes, bonus media, and exclusive merch, join The Outdoor Evolution by supporting us on Patreon.Go to www.theoutdoorevolution.com to keep up to date with all of our new articles, courses, products, and more.Follow us on Instagram @the_outdoor_evolutionEmail us at email@example.comFollow Justin on Instagram @justinhelmkamp
Sharkie Zartman has a successful life of fitness. From being a high level athlete, a fitness instructor, a professor, to also being the author of 9 books. She has so much insight on the topic of fitness. in this episode we dig into all things fitness and talk about her new book ‘Win at Aging'. You can find Sharkie here:
BEN AND KELSEY HOFFMAN: (00:10:34) Kelsey interviews Ben about his training with FORM goggles. FITTER RADIO COFFEE CLUB COMPETITION (00:18:28) This week a free race entry competition to IRONMAN New Zealand! The world's longest-running IRONMAN with a proud and rich history deeply rooted in our hometown of Taupō. The race itself showcases the best of New Zealand's natural wonderland, and more than 2,000 volunteers and thousands of supporters line the streets to cheer you on. You will be welcomed with open arms and will leave enriched with the local's pure Kiwi spirit. COACHES CATCH-UP: (00:22:59) Bevan and Tim review the Norwegian Strava data. HOT PROPERTY INTERVIEW: TAMARA JEWETT (00:50:04) Canadian pro triathlete Tamara Jewett won her first IM703 at the Timberman in August 2021. She became the first woman in listed PTO stats to break 74 minutes in the run split of a 70.3 with a 73.08 at the Augusta 70.3 in September 2021. We chat to Tamara to find out a bit more about her. ONE STEP AHEAD: (01:32:08) Recovery. LINKS: More about MitoQ at https://www.mitoq.com/ Training Peaks discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio 10% off INFINIT Nutrition at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio More about Infinit Nutrition Australia at https://www.infinitnutrition.com.au/ More about FORM Goggles at https://www.formswim.com/ More about Tamara Jewett at https://tamarajewett.com/ CONTACT US: Learn more about us at http://www.fitter.co.nz Mikki Williden can be found at https://mikkiwilliden.com/
What happens when a star gets hungry? Could it eat another star? Cosmic cannibalism is a thing. 500 million years ago in a galaxy far, far away – to be precise, about 500 million light years away one of two stars gobbled the other. Professor Lewis explains to Dr Karl the physics and cosmology of devouring your neighbours. drkarl.com geraintflewis.com
This is a bonus episode where Jason Answers a question from Harry Sweeny on thermoregulation and how it affects WorldTour riders. If you ever ride around in the cold you will find this interesting. This is Jason Boynton, Ph.D. from boyntoncoaching.com answering the question. The Cycling Performance Club is also brought to you by Damian Ruse of semiprocycling.com and Cyrus Monk of cyclistscientist.com.Find us here:Instagram: @cyclingperformanceclubFacebook: @cyclingperformanceclubTwitter: @cyclingclubpod
This episode takes a bird's eye view on periodizing strength training in your season including adaptation, hypertrophy, strength, maintenance if needed, and even more specific periodization suggestions for lifting into the season. How and when one might plan these phases, how long they would last, and other tangents such as single leg specific phases, deadlift choice, and a bonus rant on whether or not you should do plyometrics for cycling.
Everyone knows professional cycling is a tough sport - that's part of its appeal - but does it place too much of a strain on some of its competitors, and how well does it look after those who struggle? Cycling's not the only sport facing up to the mental health issues endured by some of its brightest performers. On this podcast we hear the personal stories of two recently retired stars - Marcel Kittel and Peter Kennaugh. And we talk to newly-crowned British champion Pfeiffer Georgi about her brilliant season on the road, and her plans for next year's Classics. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this fourth and final episode in our mini-series of Explore we look at the gravel scene. Gravel at a crossroads is partly inspired by some of the reaction to our feature on the so-called "first professional gravel race" in Veneto in episode one. Some took exception to the description, with one listener advising us that if we want to talk about gravel we should speak to some Americans! So we have. In this episode we hear from Caley Fretz, editor of Cycling Tips and "groad" pioneer, and Ian Boswell, the former World Tour pro who won Unbound, arguably the world's biggest gravel race, this year. We also speak to two riders at a crossroads in their careers: Tiffany Cromwell, who is combining Women's World Tour racing with gravel races, and Finley Newmark, a promising young rider who is turning full-time to gravel in 2022. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is also supported by Babbel. If you want to learn a new language get six months free with the purchase of a six-month subscription with the promo code CYCLING at uk.babbel.com/play
Most of you probably know who Bonnie Gagnon is - An inspiring, adventure driven woman who seems to have a grin permanently installed on her face. It took a while to connect with Bonnie after Jon Rudolf reached out to me suggesting we connect, but I finally found some time to sit down with her. In her case, lie down because she is bed ridden due to spinal fluid leaks she sustained during medical treatments received after striking her head off the trunk of her vehicle after a ride.This isn't Bonnie's first rodeo when it comes to battling for her health, or in the case of her 2010 bacterial lung infection that spread through her body, her life. Lemierre's Syndrome is a rare bacterial infection that moved from her lungs, settled into her lower back and began to liquify her insides. She survived and then proceeded to push her limits in races like the Leadville 100, the Arrowhead 135, the Tour Divide in 2016 and again in 2019.This isn't the first time I've had the pleasure of speaking with Bonnie. You can catch another inspiring chat I did back on episode 27. Bonnie Gagnon - Keep On Smiling where we chat more about Lemierre's Syndrome and her recovery.“Sometimes we need to remind ourselves of who we are - in moments of discouragement, in doubt, in hurdles. I'm so grateful for all of the adventures and blessings in my life and I hope to add a few more!”This quote summarizes her mind set. That despite all of her challenges, she preservers. To echo the mantra that many of us bikepackers use when pushing our limits in ultra endurance efforts, we keep moving forward. Life is the ultimate endurance race and through all the highs and lows, there's no going back. We need to move forward.I was sensitive to her condition so I wanted to keep this conversation short. Regardless, the dialogue overflows with Bonnie's positivity, wisdom and inspiration. In this episode, Bonnie gets us caught up on her battle with a major tear in her hamstring which sent her on a mission to find a better saddle. We cover the state of the world in regards to the global pandemic and planetary changes that are testing our adaptability. She shares her most recent journey after her head injury and the battle to find a cure and of course she shares her secrets to maintaining a positive mindset through it all.I so enjoyed connecting with Bonnie again and, as always, I hope you enjoy this conversation and find some takeaways.A GoFundMe has been set up to help Bonnie with living expenses while she battles back to health. If you'd like to Help Bonnie Ride Again she would be grateful.Beautiful Day - U2Save 25% off a consultation at Cycling 101 when you use the code VIP50 at checkout.Save 25% at Dynamic Cyclist when you use the promo code MB40 at checkout.Visit Rollingdale CycleThanks to Lakeside Bikes in Invermere for supporting me!
We discuss a listener question about training camps, We also discuss some blood test results we just got back from InsideTracker (they were far from perfect) and Molly tried out Therapy. Inside Tracker Black Friday Deal: https://insidetracker.com/consummate SUPPORT THE SHOW: Use the link https://amzn.to/3Aej4jl to shop amazon and support the show for free! Get a 100% Made for you Training Plan: https://consummateathlete.com/training-plans/ Book a Call or Skills session - https://calendly.com/smartathlete Get one of Molly Hurford's Books - Shred Girls, Fuel Your Ride, Sponsorship Guide for Athletes, or Becoming a Consummate Athlete https://amzn.to/3bOztkN Show Notes & Services: ConsummateAthlete.com Listen on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/3eK9nI1Rmr7o9WvUcwCR2b Listen on Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/consummate-athlete-podcast/id1100471297
In this episode, you will learn about: James started his athletic career as a DH ski racer and quickly transitioned to Cycling as JR. While spending a couple of years racing in Europe as a Semi-Pro JR he came to the conclusion that it was time to put his knowledge of cycling to the test, going back to school to become a PhysioTherapist and then Specializing in BIKE-FITS. James is one of the saute after Bike-FIT specialist in town.
FITTER RADIO COFFEE CLUB COMPETITION WINNER: RICHARD KINGSFORD (00:13:33) Richard won the free race entry to the Pilot Bay swim event at the Mount Festival of Sport. We find out a bit more about him. HOT PROPERTY INTERVIEW: NATHAN SMITH (00:25:43) We chat to Nathan Smith PhD Candidate – Physiology at Murdoch University Australia, about his recent research paper “Aerobic Training with Blood Flow Restriction for Endurance Athletes: Potential Benefits and Considerations of Implementation”. ONE STEP AHEAD: (01:03:51) Glutamine. COACHES CATCH-UP: (01:13:46) Bevan and Tim review the weekend's racing. LINKS: More about MitoQ at https://www.mitoq.com/ Training Peaks discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio 10% off INFINIT Nutrition at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio More about Infinit Nutrition Australia at https://www.infinitnutrition.com.au/ More about FORM Goggles at https://www.formswim.com/ Follow Nathan Smith on Twitter at https://twitter.com/ndw_smith Nathan Smith's study “Aerobic Training with Blood Flow Restriction for Endurance Athletes: Potential Benefits and Considerations of Implementation” at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34175880/ Link to Glutamine study at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34726114/ More about the Pilot Bay swim and the Mount Festival of Sport at https://mountfestival.kiwi/events/pilot-bay-swim/ CONTACT US: Learn more about us at http://www.fitter.co.nz Mikki Williden can be found at https://mikkiwilliden.com/
From the velocipede to the penny farthing, the Raleigh 20, Loline, Chopper and the BMX - millions of bicycles have been manufactured in New Zealand over the past 150 years. Cycling historian, author and all-round bike enthusiast, Jonathan Kennett, has written a history of locally made bikes, and industry that once thrived in every New Zealand city. The Bikes We Built highlights 60 bikes still in existence today, and the people and stories behind them. Jonathan Kennett says it's a celebration of kiwi ingenuity and passion which continues to this day.
The 2021 road season is now over, and Matt and Simon reflect on the ten months of intense and spectacular racing we all enjoyed. They also reveal who was their favourite riders of the season.Matt took the time to chat with Amanda Spratt and discuss her recovery. He also caught up with former AFL player Wayne Schwass to discuss mental health and suicide prevention.Thank you for listening to the podcast in 2021, and we are looking forward to being back in January!This episode of Cycling Insights is brought to you by Drops + Hoods.Drops + Hoods is an innovative multi-day, multi-discipline and multi-distance cycling event. The inaugural edition will take place in the Snowy Mountains from the 1st to the 4th of December 2022.For more information and to register, visit www.dropsandhoods.com.
This week we talk to World Tour neo-pro Harry Sweeny about his journey to the top level of the sport. How he has developed as a rider through national programs and Continental racing, and how things are different at the top level.Show Sponsor:For a limited time, Hammerhead has an incredible deal - buy a Karoo 2 at hammerhead.io/trade and get up to $170 when you trade in your current cycling computer.That's a rebate of up to $170 when you trade up to a Karoo 2 from Hammerhead, and trade-in your current cycling computer, only for a limited time.This episode's panel:Jason Boynton, Ph.D.boyntoncoaching.comDamian Rusesemiprocycling.comCyrus Monkcyclistscientist.comFind us here:Instagram: @cyclingperformanceclubFacebook: @cyclingperformanceclubTwitter: @cyclingclubpod
Richard L. asks: How many times per week should I incorporate strides into the end of my MAF runs? From a neurotyping perspective, I’ve loved MAF and not loved speed work. However recently I’ve discovered that when I’m fully warmed up (40-60 minutes of MAF), I crave strides. The other day I was listening […] The post ATC 334: Smart Ways To Incorporate Strides, Strength Training Programs To Try This Winter, Becoming A More Durable Ultrarunner and More first appeared on Endurance Planet.
This week I break down the possibility of Wout van Aert being suspended by the UCI (02:27), the chaos at EF and their pursuit of Mark Padun (07:36), and then (18:11) PEZ Cycling's Richard Pestes interviews me for his site's new YouTube series. Post link: Would Mark Padun Be a Good Fit at Ineos? PEZ YouTube Interview Sign up for the newsletter
I've taken listeners on a bunch of rides on the C&O, but I've never really done the full guide to cycling it. In the second of two parts, we go section by section from DC to Cumberland. It's an audio guide to cycling the C&O Canal towpath whether you're a first timer of a full on expert. Guide to Cycling the C&O Towpath - Part 2 A few things to add based on feedback: I didn't mention the parallel paved options available. Most notable is the Western MD Rail Trail which effectively goes from 11 miles downstream from Hancock to Little Orleans with a few on and off options (one forced) to the C&O. It's a common alternate for folks through-riding. One option that is less accessible for the moment is the Washington & Old Dominion Trail on the VA side of the river from Arlington to Purcellville. The upstream access is extremely limited since the closure of the cable ferry at White's Ferry. I hear there are shuttles from hotels and other providers that are bringing cyclists back and forth, so a hotel stay might be an efficient way to do over 30 miles of paved trail in lieu of the C&O (but you miss a lot and the W&OD is far less scenic). C&O Towpath Sections C&O Guide Main Page Washington, DC – Capital Beltway (MM0 – MM9) Capital Beltway – Great Falls (MM9 – MM20) Great Falls – Edwards Ferry/Leesburg (MM20 – MM30) Edwards Ferry – Dickerson (MM30 – MM40) Dickerson – Point of Rocks (MM40-MM50) Point of Rocks – Harpers Ferry (MM50-MM60) Harpers Ferry – Antietam/Shepherdstown (MM60-MM70) Antietam/Shepherdstown – Taylors Landing (MM70-MM80) Taylors Landing – Opequon Junction (MM80 – MM90) Opequon Junction – Williamsport (MM90 – MM100) Williamsport – Ft. Frederick (MM100-MM110) Ft. Frederick – Little Pool (MM110-MM120) Little Pool – Hancock – Leopards Mill (MM120-MM130) Leopards Mill – Little Orleans (MM130-MM140) Little Orleans – Stickpile Hill (MM140-MM150) Stickpile Hill – Paw Paw – Town Creek (MM150-MM160) Town Creek – Pigmans Ferry (MM160-MM170) Pigmans Ferry – Cumberland (MM170-MM184.5) Pedalshift Society As always we like to close out the show with a special shoutout to the Pedalshift Society! Because of support from listeners like you, Pedalshift is a weekly bicycle touring podcast with a global community, expanding into live shows and covering new tours like this summer's upcoming bike tour! If you like what you hear, you can support the show for 5 bucks, 2 bucks or even a buck a month. And there's one-shot and annual options if you're not into the small monthly thing. Check it all out at pedalshift.net/society. Kimberly Wilson Caleb Jenkinson Cameron Lien Andrew MacGregor Michael Hart Keith Nagel Brock Dittus Thomas Skadow Marco Lo Terrance Manson Harry Telgadas Chris Barron Mark Van Raam Brad Hipwell Mr. T Nathan Poulton Stephen Dickerson Vince LoGreco Cody Floerchinger Tom Benenati Greg Braithwaite Sandy Pizzio Jeff Muster Seth Pollack Joseph Quinn Drue Porter Byron Paterson Joachim Raber Ray Jackson Jeff Frey Kenny Mikey Lisa Hart John Denkler Steve Hankel Miguel Quinones Alejandro Avilés-Reyes Keith Spangler Greg Towner Dan Gebhart, RIP Jody Dzuranin Lucas Barwick Michael Baker Brian Bechtol Reinhart Bigl Greg Middlemis Connie Moore William Gothmann Brian Benton Joan Churchill Mike Bender Rick Weinberg Billy Crafton Gary Matushak Greg L'Etoile-Lopes James Sloan Jonathan Dillard John Funk Tom Bilcze Ronald Piroli Dave Roll Brian Hafner Misha LeBlanc Ari Messinger David Gratke Todd Groesbeck Wally Estrella Sue Reinert John Leko Stephen Granata Phillip Mueller Robert Lackey Dominic Carol Jacqi McCulloch John Hickman Carl Presseault David Neves Patty Louise Terry Fitzgerald Peter Steinmetz Timothy Fitzpatrick Michael Liszewski Hank O'Donnell David Zanoni David Weil Matthew Sponseller Chad Reno Spartan Dale Carolyn Ferguson Peggy Littlefield Lauren Allansmith Eric Burns Thomas Pearl Darrin McKibben Richard Stewart Dave Fletcher Jack Smith Music You've been hearing about Jason Kent and his music for many fine episodes. Sunfields has a new album available NOW,AND Jason has a new solo album coming soon, AND his first solo album is now streaming on Spotify, including America, the Pedalshift theme. Go listen! And Jason is doing live events in and around Montreal, so go listen LIVE too!
Welcome to the audio playback of our first ever live show! I hope you enjoy this conversation with ultra cyclist Joe Barr! A story of difficulty, challenges & hardship! Both on and off the bike! Thank you to our live show sponsor De Facto Shaving Oil! Formulated in the west of Ireland & you can get 10% off using code "PUSHINGLIMITS" at https://defactoshave.com/ Patreon Page - https://www.patreon.com/shanefinn?fan_landing=true
Cycling should be one of the greenest of activities, but how ecologically sound is the bike industry? Modern materials, disposable products and a world-wide supply chain all contribute to a bigger carbon footprint than you might think. Host Dan Cavallari talks to some of the people making a difference. Former pro riders Peter and Martin Velits run Isadore Clothing which uses recycled materials and minimal packaging. And Andy Miller of Revel Bikes and Why Cycles talks about their recyclable wheels and reusable bike boxes. But no-one seems to have an answer to the product described as 'evil but essential'. What is it? Listen to find out. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Listen in as Ridge shares her journey from being a very successful cyclist as a child to finding a love for fitness, running, and cycling after age 40. She discusses how she took a 10-year hiatus from exercising after becoming burnt out from her early competitive years in biking. Ridge changed her mindset and successfully started running marathons and even an ironman. Today, she exercises for the effects it has on both her mind and her body. She highlights her love for Strava, branch chain amino acids for recovery, and even how she participates in a camp with friends each year to cycle. Make sure to hear her reveal how she gets the most bang for her buck from exercising, using pelvic floor exercises to improve core strength, and the importance of chiropractic care.Visit www.runningwithgrit.com for all things related to running after age 40.
For this episode of Explore one of our audio producers, Adam Bowie, takes over on the mic as he sets off to ride the King Alfred's Way in the south west of England. The 350-kilometre circular, mostly off-road, bikepacking route features a mix of gravel tracks, woodland trails, canal towpaths and rural lanes as it takes in parts of the Ridgeway, South Downs Way, Shipwrights Way and Sussex Border Path. The route is named after Alfred the Great, who ruled the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex in the ninth century. The route passes King Alfred's statue in Winchester, where he is buried. This is not just a multi-day bikepacking adventure. Adam had a specific reason for undertaking the trip, because it marked an important point in an inspirational and transformative journey he'd been on over the course of more than a year as the country locked down during the pandemic. Find out more about King Alfred's Way here. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com For 25% off all your SiS products, go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout. This episode is also supported by Babbel. If you want to learn a new language get six months free with the purchase of a six-month subscription with the promo code CYCLING at uk.babbel.com/play And by Beer52, who are offering ten free craft beers (that's two more than usual) for just the price of postage if you order before December 17. Go to beer52.com/cycle
BIKERADIO is back! In this episode: Wimpy winter riding. 50F is not winter. Motivation, waning? Rest weeks for life things. Frame the races differently at times. Store! https://grindcitydesigns.com/evoqbike/shop/home 65% vs 75% in Florida How to break down 14 hours: should you ride 2 x 7h or 7 x 2h Frequency vs Duration Zwift peeing off the bike. Huh? Chamois Creme doesn't go on your butt --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/evoqbike/support
Support your skin health early to help reduce the need for a facelift or fillers later in life. By using SPF, retinol, vitamin C, micro-needling, and peptides, you can boost your skin's natural anti-aging properties. I'm joined by Alexis Yoo to talk about all the different benefits of peptides, from weight loss to anti-aging to hair growth. Natural Methods to Prevent Needing a Facelift Later in Life Wear sunscreen every day Using retinol at night Vitamin C in the morning About Alexis Yoo Alexis Yoo is a double board-certified nurse practitioner in the areas of family and pediatric medicine. She qualified as a nurse practitioner in 2011. She has a bachelor's degree in nursing from Purdue University and a Master's from IUPUI as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Lexi decided to expand her knowledge and obtained her Post Master's Degree in Family practice. Lexi has a special interest in functional and anti-aging medicine. She is certified through BioTE Medical, specializing in Bio-Identical hormone replacement therapy for both men and women. She is also working to be a certified provider through the Institute for Functional Medicine, to better treat her patients while fixing the root causes of their conditions. Lexi also provides aesthetic services such as botox, fillers, micro-needling, PDO threads, and PRP treatments. She is also certified in peptide therapy. She is a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine and the American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine. The Benefits of Peptides Lexi continues this great conversation by sharing how to help prevent your need for a facelift later in life. By taking proper care of your skin with SPF, retinol, and vitamin C, along with the use of micro-needling, you may prevent many of the signs of aging skin. Lexi is also an advocate of using peptides for many health and skin concerns. From weight loss to skin benefits to hair growth, peptides have so many different benefits. In fact, because of this episode with Lexi, I've brought all the peptides mentioned into my own clinic. Lexi explains what happens during the weeks you start using peptides. Within the first few weeks, you should notice an improvement in your sleep, appetite, and then your skin. Using Peptides for Your Overall Wellness Routine Lexi also shares how to use peptides for anti-aging purposes. Peptides can help improve the overall health of your skin and, as you age, help prevent fine lines and wrinkles. She does say that most women start using some form of fillers from their thirties to help improve the signs of aging and support their skin. From Botox to micro-needling, there are options to suit all skin types and stages of age. Lexi talks about how to use peptides and other supplements to improve your libido. For her, injectibles and supplements should be part of your overall wellness routine. She believes peptides to simply be one part of improving your overall quality of life. We now offer all the peptides mentioned in this episode. If you're interested in learning how you can use peptides for your health, call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033. Quotes “I think starting off with some injectables, like a neurotoxin, is a good place to start. But really, I think finding an injector who's going to be 100% honest with you and is not going to overdo it or upsell it. I always say: look, if their face looks crazy, you're about to look crazy, too.” [4:08] “Cycling the peptides is smart. Take them three to four months, then take four to six weeks off, then restarting them.” [14:24] “I do think Prolon is a great addition to any integrative anti-aging medicine practice. Staying up-to-date on what's current and best practices, collaborating with like-minded individuals is key. I think it's the whole package: its diet, gut health, nutrition, sleep, lifestyle. All these cool peptides are just ways to make your quality of life better and help you get the most out of life. That's really what the goal is.” [24:23] In This Episode How to prevent the need for a facelift later in life [1:30] How to use peptides for weight loss [5:00] What happens when you start taking peptides [7:00] What peptides are best for anti-aging [16:15] Other ways to increase your libido [21:30] Links & Resources Use Code BERBERINE for 10% Off Berberine Support Find Alexis Yoo Online Follow Alexis Yoo on Instagram | Facebook Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 44: Prolon: The Fast Mimicking Diet With Dr. James Kelley Episode 39: Biote Hormone Pellet Therapy With Dr. Gary Donovitz Episode 48: Peptides, Nootropics, And Pain Reduction With Dr. Neil Paulvin
We do love Extreme Sports on We Get Outdoors! This one is for all the allrounders out there! All about Adventure Racing - combining so many different activities and adventures - how cool is this!! Listen to Jacques from Mantra X AR Series and Rob chat all about it here. #wegetoutdoors #mantraxar #adventureracing
Nigel Mitchell RD has been a Team Chef for Pro Tour Cyclists, Olympians and as a Registered Dietician, his career has included providing nutritional support for NHS patients, university lecturing and research. His book the Cyclist's Cookbook is available now. SUPPORT THE SHOW: Use the link https://amzn.to/3Aej4jl to shop amazon and support the show for free! Get a 100% Made for you Training Plan: https://consummateathlete.com/training-plans/ Book a Call or Skills session - https://calendly.com/smartathlete Get one of Molly Hurford's Books - Shred Girls, Fuel Your Ride, Sponsorship Guide for Athletes, or Becoming a Consummate Athlete https://amzn.to/3bOztkN Show Notes & Services: ConsummateAthlete.com Listen on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/3eK9nI1Rmr7o9WvUcwCR2b Listen on Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/consummate-athlete-podcast/id1100471297
TFO Iron Riders, what are they? On this episode we hear from Sarah Nichols and Brad Hancock. Sarah has been actively raising funds for The Fallen Outdoors by riding in cycling events in Washington, but wanting to connect with other veterans who enjoyed riding as well, she came up with the idea for a fun challenge to bring veterans together through the sport of cycling, and the TFO Iron Riders were born. Join us on this episode as we sit down with Sarah and Brad Hancock, a participant in the challenge and retired officer out of the Navy. 100 mile rides are no stranger to Brad so be sure to listen and learn how this sport can help you enjoy the great outdoors while connecting with other like minded veterans. Find The Fallen Outdoors on Facebook, from there you can view your regional page to get signed up for upcoming events, and link up with other veterans in your area! This podcast is brought to you by TruProducts, visit https://www.truproducts.com and use promo code TRUTFO for a 50% discount on all oil products
What are the best ways to manage your offseason if your goal is maximum lean body mass gain and/or strength? What if you struggle to get lean enough during prep? How long should your offseason be? How do you manage the entirety of your career goals when it comes to how much time you spend in offseasons versus contest preps? Listen in as Joe and Adam discuss different paths that might be perfect for your goals, but remember one thing: you have great options! CONTEST PREP UNIVERSITY - THE SCIENCE OF STAGE-READY Joe Klemczewski, PhD, founder of THE DIET DOC and legendary TEAM KLEMCZEWSKI PERFECT PEAKING, has joined Adam Atkinson, founder of SEE YOU LATER LEANER, to bring you the science of Peakology in an informative daily video catalog! Learn how to master the stage from the coach who pioneered the contest prep coaching industry! Together, Klemczewski and Atkinson have helped clients win more than 500 pro cards, 200 pro titles, and 25 world championships. It's time for your best condition and your biggest win! CONTEST PREP UNIVERSITY COMPLETE PLAYLIST: https://thedietdoc.com/contestprepu THE DIET DOC CONTEST PREP PROGRAM OPTIONS: https://thedietdoc.com/contest-prep The Diet Doc, LLC, is the parent company to many health, fitness, nutrition, and behavioral projects. Founded 25 years ago by Joe Klemczewski, PhD, known as the Godfather of Flexible Dieting, The Diet Doc is equipping the next generation of nutrition coaches. Joined by health psychologist Kori Propst, PhD, Joe has created the Flexible Dieting Institute, the Nutrition Coaching Global Mastermind, and Contest Prep University. Whether you're listening to a podcast or interview as a life transformation client, a physique sport competitor, a performance athlete, a fitness entrepreneur, or just need some life motivation, Joe and Kori won't disappoint! SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thedietdocweightloss HOW WE CAN HELP YOU IN YOUR FITNESS CAREER! * Become an exclusive license owner with The Diet Doc: https://thedietdoc.com/join-our-team * Become a National Academy of Metabolic Science Certified Nutrition Consultant: https://namscert.com/ * Become a National Academy of Metabolic Science Physique Sport & Transformation Coach: https://namscert.com/ LET'S CONNECT! Website: https://www.thedietdoc.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheDietDoc Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dietdocglobal Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/thedietdoclife Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/thedietdoc
HUGE thanks to Claudio for sitting down and chatting. It was awesome to hear from someone that has RACED in some of the biggest races in the world, won a National Championship in Team Pursuit, and now coaches at Astana. If you like training articles, be sure to check out the blog, and get in touch with us for a Free Power File Analysis. www.evoq.bike/blog Now, to the show notes: The early years; what was "training" like when Claudio was young UCI Races as a Junior, how did his training get broken up amongst rides with friends? 2006-2010: The Pro Years! Running indoor experiments in his lab...aka basement! Can you increase someone's internal motivation? What was training like in the U23 years (we jumped around a bit) What's the most important thing in training...no, he didn't say consistency or volume!! This was a good one. A great chat around: 1) Strength and Power 2) Aerobic Power 3) Endurance Long Rides --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/evoqbike/support
Neerlands favoriete troetelwielrenner had het best lastig, de afgelopen jaren. Er was een gebroken heup, er was een vernauwde liesslagader, er kwam heeeeel veel respect voor Kerona en een nieuwe ouwe ploeg - en op het steile carrièrepad omhoog stond ie zomaar even parcheggio. Vast even slikken, voor iemand voor wie het tot dan toe tamelijk smooth sailing was geweest. En anders wel voor ons bankzitters - die sinds jaar en dag een klassiek setje overspannen verwachtingen koesteren van deze man. Wat wil je ook, als je op je 23e al top-10 rijdt in de Giro en sinds jaar en dag kunt pochen met een verborgen kommetje op de Cauberg. En als je je dan onderwijl óók nog presenteert als de man met misschien wel de guitigste bakkes en de plezierigste babbel - en sowieso de ziekste dansmoves van het ganse peloton - is de vraag gerechtvaardigd: hoezó is deze man eigenlijk nog geen Vriend van de Show? Eindelijk, eindelijk in De Rode Lantaarn: Sam Oomen!Deze aflevering wordt gepresenteerd door Willem Dudok en Jonne Seriese. De Rode Lantaarn wordt verder mede mogelijk gemaakt door Duracell, Toto, Auto.nl, Canyon, Hetiskoers.nl, Dag en Nacht Media, Hema en inmiddels meer dan 1200
So many people are looking to lead a passionate life, but they don't know how to create it. In this episode I share how you can transition from what you are doing to doing the thing you love. I also share what you need to be aware of that can work against you.
FITTER RADIO COFFEE CLUB COMPETITION WINNER: ROSS LOCKEY (00:10:38) Ross won the free race entry to the Mount Festival of Sport Tauranga Half. We chat to Ross to find out how his training's going. FITTER RADIO COFFEE CLUB COMPETITION: (00:18:08) This week we're giving away a pair of Ultro Earbuds. For more information on Ultro go to https://www.ultroaudio.com/ COACHES CHAT & HOT PROPERTY INTERVIEW: (00:20:13) Bevan and Tim review Gustav Iden's racing and power file from IRONMAN Florida plus Bevan chats to James Elvery. James is the co-Founder and CEO of Race Ranger – a revolutionary new triathlon drafting detection system. LINKS: More about MitoQ at https://www.mitoq.com/ Training Peaks discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio 10% off INFINIT Nutrition at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio More about Infinit Nutrition Australia at https://www.infinitnutrition.com.au/ More about FORM Goggles at https://www.formswim.com/ Ultro Earbuds at https://www.ultroaudio.com/ Mount Festival of Sport at https://mountfestival.kiwi/ More about IRONMAN Florida at https://www.ironman.com/im-florida Follow Heather Jackson on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/hjacksonracing/ Follow Gustav Iden on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/gustav_iden/ More about Race Ranger at https://www.raceranger.com/ Race Ranger ‘gofundme' page at https://www.gofundme.com/f/-triathlon-antidrafting-system CONTACT US: Learn more about us at http://www.fitter.co.nz Mikki Williden can be found at https://mikkiwilliden.com/
Champion bike racer and top cycling coach Dylan Johnson wrote all of the new cycling training plans for the MōTTIV training app. On the podcast this week, we talk about cycling training plan strategy -- how and why to balance low and high intensity, and how to think about pacing in a very long race (among many other interesting topics!)