CLASH Endurance isn't just focused on the race, but an entire experience. On today's episode, CLASH CEO Bill Christy, and former professional triathlete Alicia Kaye, share how CLASH is creating large-scale multisport events that are competitive AND fun. The brand strives to be inclusive, family and spectator friendly, and welcoming to athletes of all abilities. How are they bringing fun back to fitness? How does CLASH get you access to race on NASCAR tracks? What type of events are offered for the whole family? Bill and Alicia answer this and much more! Listen in to learn how CLASH Endurance is reviving the festival feeling for endurance sports. 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. Liked what you heard about the CLASH Endurance Events? Join the TriDot Crew at CLASH Daytona in December! Use code TRIDOTDAYTONA for 10% off any event! Register now at https://clash-usa.com/clash-daytona
Our 'Ask a FasCat' episodes are always fun because we take your questions, give them some thought, and FasCat founder Frank Overton delivers advice on a wide range of topics. On this episode, we dig into HRV, weight training, weight loss, overcoming plateaus, dealing with post-event blues, which workouts to prioritize when traveling, and much more. Ready to move forward with your training? Head over to fascatcoaching.com and be sure to use the code”25podcast” to receive 25% off your first FasCat training plan. All our plans are backed by a 100% money-back guarantee and we have nearly 1,000 five-star reviews. Reference links mentioned in show: What to eat before early workouts: https://fascatcoaching.com/blogs/training-tips/video-effective-fueling-for-early-morning-workouts Using your Powermeter for Weight Loss Training: https://fascatcoaching.com/blogs/training-tips/using-your-powermeter-for-weight-loss What it takes to be a FasCat Coach, as relates to our Mission Statement and Core Values: https://fascatcoaching.com/pages/our-values What makes a good coach: https://fascatcoaching.com/blogs/training-tips/what-makes-a-good-coach Coach Jake's tip (and demonstration) on using Zwift to FtFP his way to 200 TSS on his training plan: https://fascatcoaching.com/blogs/training-tips/sweet-spot-tss-rides-indoors University of Queensland study 'A Validation of Six Wearable Devices for Estimating Sleep, Heart Rate and Heart Rate Variability in Healthy Adults' funded the Austrialian Institute of Sport: https://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/22/16/6317/htm
Every triathlon finish is special - whether you won the race, finished among your fellow competitors, or were just in time for the after-party. Today's episode is dedicated to the "back of the pack" triathletes. TriDot Coach Joanna Nami, along with athletes Shannon Cranson and Simon Williams, share stories from longer days on the race course. Additionally, the three discuss training considerations and the logistics of being on course for a longer duration. Listen in for helpful information on calculating the time cut offs, proper fueling, gear considerations, mental toughness, 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. And don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/
Taren and NTK are back, this week talking about running using Heart Rate. HR running is one of the best ways to get faster at running, but there's a lot of confusion surrounding it. On the podcast this week, we talk about everything beginner runners need to know about running using heart rate including: how to figure out your personal zones how to track your HR (which devices are best) what to do if you can't seem to keep your heart rate down what you can expect if you dedicate yourself to HR running, and other common problems and questions runners have about heart rate running MōTTIV Training App: http://mymottiv.com SPONSOR: athleticgreens.com/taren
Apply for 1 on 1 online coaching HERETo get more details click HEREIn this episode, I will be taking a deep dive into a topic I find interesting.Topics:-3 Reasons I dont have clients track how many calories they burn. References:Shcherbina, A., Mattsson, C. M., Waggott, D., Salisbury, H., Christle, J. W., Hastie, T., Wheeler, M. T., & Ashley, E. A. (2017). Accuracy in Wrist-Worn, Sensor-Based Measurements of Heart Rate and Energy Expenditure in a Diverse Cohort. Journal of personalized medicine, 7(2), 3. https://doi.org/10.3390/jpm7020003Careau, V., Halsey, L. G., Pontzer, H., Ainslie, P. N., Andersen, L. F., Anderson, L. J., Arab, L., Baddou, I., Bedu-Addo, K., Blaak, E. E., Blanc, S., Bonomi, A. G., Bouten, C., Buchowski, M. S., Butte, N. F., Camps, S., Close, G. L., Cooper, J. A., Das, S. K., Cooper, R., … IAEA DLW database group (2021). Energy compensation and adiposity in humans. Current biology : CB, S0960-9822(21)01120-9. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2021.08.016
On the heels of the announcement that he'll soon be calling his last race, Mike Reilly, “The Voice of IRONMAN,” joins us for today's episode! And we've got plenty of memorable moments to share from his career. Listen in as Mike shares what led him to the microphone, a typical IRONMAN day for the famous announcer, and how the iconic finish line call "You Are An IRONMAN" came to be. Tune in for a storytelling episode as Mike recalls highlights from his career and special athlete stories that are sure to entertain and inspire. Big thanks to Precision Fuel & Hydration for partnering with us on this episode! Get a FREE PF&H Running Hat with your next order at www.precisionfuelandhydration.com! Simply spend over $29.99 / £24.99 / $39.99 AUD / $37.99 CAD / €28.99 EUR and make sure to add a PF&H Running Hat to your cart as well. Go through to the checkout and enter the limited time discount to get a free PF&H Running Hat. Didn't catch the code? Drop the PF&H team an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know that you're a listener of the TriDot podcast. And don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/
In this episode we will examine the true story of the tragic death of a Search and Rescue medic Dave VanBuskirk. On the evening of the 22nd of July, 2013 Dave fell approximately 200 ft to his death whilst on a winching mission to save another person at Mt Charleston in the Las Vegas region of the US. To tell the story I interview SAR pilot Dave Callan. Dave Callen is a retired Sergeant from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. He spent most of his career in the Air Support unit, where he flew patrol, search and rescue, surveillance, short haul/long line and tactical missions. Dave is certified as a rescue pilot a variety of airframes and holds an airplane and helicopter instrument rating with over 4,000 hours of flying experience. Dave unpacks the incident back in 2013, its wide-ranging impacts on the wider team and some of the lasting lessons learnt from the tragedy. In the episode we examine: The anatomy of the Las Vegas Police Police Dept – The service Dave VanBuskirk was flying in. What regular operations would look like and the span of area covered by the service. Who Dave VanBuskirk was as a person and professional. The immediate impacts of the death on Dave Callen and the wider team. Dynamic rollout – what it is, why lips on winch hooks can pose a risk. The risk mitigation strategies Dave has taken from the incident Dave VanBuskirk's principle of getting a little bit better everyday and commitment to excellence. Safety audits – the principles and lessons learnt. Final thoughts and take-home messages. To learn more about Dave VanBuskirk, see here: https://sr3rescueconcepts.com/about To learn more about SR3 Rescue Concepts please see here: https://sr3rescueconcepts.com/ This podcast is brought to you in association with BHA Medical. https://bha-medical.com/about-us/ BHA medical source, supply and implement innovative medical technology and solutions across the globe. BHA provide market leading services in covid 19 testing kits, medical products, smart technology and consultancy. There most recent product is the Vitalstream: https://bha-medical.com/medical-products/vitalstream/ The Vitalstream is the world's most innovative wireless non-invasive patient monitor, using a simple disposable finger cuff to measure Continuous Beat-by-Beat Blood Pressure “CNIBP,” Heart Rate, Respiration Rate, and other physiological parameters. This unique technology enables safe, secure, and accurate patient monitoring from virtually anywhere, including remote patient monitoring from a secure cloud portal. This solution provides real time data, enabling healthcare staff to provide early intervention and rapid response to a patient's changing health conditions. Using a low-cost, disposable finger cuff, the VitalStream patented Pulse Decomposition Analysis (“PDA”) algorithms process the arterial pulse waveform to derive CNIBP, Heart Rate, Respiration Rate, and other hemodynamic parameters. Please also check out further devices and services offered by BHA medical here: https://bha-medical.com I hope you enjoy this episode with an insightful and engaging guest.
Learn what you need to know regarding heart rate on your smart watch? Is it accurate? What are the zones given to you by the smart watch company? Are they accurate? What do you need to know? What's useful? What isn't? Listen and find out! Rob covers all of this is detail. Thank you sponsors:Gildongroup.comIstanbulflorida.com
Today's episode tackles a "weighty" topic: a triathlete's relationship with their body weight. How do you know what weight is optimal for you? Is leaner better? Is there an ideal “race weight” you should strive for? Should you measure body fat percentage and know your BMI in addition to information from a standard scale? Dr. Krista Austin and Advanced Sports Dietician Taryn Richardson answer these questions and more! Krista and Taryn help you identify areas of improvement by discussing weight from a health and performance perspective. 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. Don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/ For more information about joining Taryn's Triathlon Nutrition Academy: https://www.dietitianapproved.com/academy
3hour ride, given different amounts of rest or temps, the same ride on a different day could be 10bpm higher than it was previously question is: even if the perceived exertion is similar, physiologically does it make more sense to shoot for HR instead of power? part 2, what about shooting for different targets within the zone, low or high zone 2? More on this here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m1nT-4n99Q I like this because he's focused on not going too hard, and also staying within the proper zone. this is a topic of contention between people. some will shoot more for HR but as you said, so many things can affect it: sleep stress caffeine TEMP etc....so it's better to use RPE in my opinion. are you SLUGGING IT OUT to hit zone 2 #s? If so, you're going too hard. dial it back. is the HR 10bpm higher but mainly because of heat and a long ass ride, but you feel fine, keep pedaling. Power within zone: same thing. if you are dying trying to hit 75%, its too hard that day. chill and ride at 60%. you will get a better sense of this as u get more expefienced. some days endurance is hard, and thats okay. for me, if I'm super fresh, I know my HR is going to be higher for z2 rides, but also really hard efforts. so as I get fitter, the HR drops a bit and is stable across z2 rides, and if I go and do some z4-5, it's not skyrocketing. To me, that is GOOD. I don't want my HR beating out of my chest.I've had athletes that get fit and then say “I couldn't get my HR up, I wonder if I'm tired”. Well, are you? Do you feel tired? Are the watts suffering? If not, it's just fitness! Lower HR is good https://youtu.be/OcQXo_2yp7o --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/evoqbike/support
Professional Triathlete Cody Beals is known for being radically transparent with information about his career. From sharing session metrics to training-related health issues he's experienced to his finances as a pro triathlete, Cody doesn't withhold! On today's episode, Beals talks about his Tri journey and provides insight into the business and financials of being a professional triathlete. What does it take to turn a profit and make a career in triathlon racing? Find out in this radically transparent episode! 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. Huge thanks to deltaG for also partnering with us on this episode. To learn more about the performance boosting benefits of deltaG Ketones head to deltaGketones.com and use code TRIDOT20 for 20% off your order. On their site you can: 1. Learn more about fueling with deltaG ketone products. 2. Make a standalone purchase, or subscribe for ongoing deltaG ketone deliveries. 3. Book a FREE 15 minute video consultation with Brian, an expert on exogenous ketones, and deltaG in particular, to discuss your individual goals and best choice of deltaG drink to exceed those goals. Get to know the world's best triathlon training! Join a live demo of TriDot with podcast host Andrew Harley. Visit https://tridot.com/demo-tridot/ for more details. And don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/
Hi Running Friends!In today's podcast I'm giving you some tips on how to use your heart rate zones in your training, even if you don't strictly train using heart rate. This has been a game changer for my husband, both in keeping him safe on hot and humid days (slowing him down) and also showing him on faster workouts that he can hit those quicker paces. without maxing him out.You can see the different zones I use here: Garmin Heart Rate ZonesResources from the Episode:Good explanation of different running workouts and the zones to use for them- The Athlete Blog- Complete Guide to Endurance GainsWebsite Recommendations:This weeks website- Max Heart Rate Field Test from Polar.com- Read the whole article, and pay attention to the warnings- do this with a friend present and with your doctor's ok. Also, if you are new to running and/or don't have a lot of experience I do not recommend you do the field test, but use your data to start with (most watches should have a record of your max heart rate from harder runs)Last weeks website- Runners Blueprint- 5 Hill Running Workouts Guide for BeginnersYou can find my additional Wrinkled Runner outlets over at the YouTube channel and at wrinkledrunner.com. Sign up over on the blog for the once-a-month newsletter and you'll get links to everything I've been doing between the podcast, blog, and YouTube. If you live in the Buffalo, NY area and would like information on utilizing a running coach, check out what I can do for you here.If you have any running-related questions, please send an email to email@example.com…I answer every one.
From a small group of athletes in California, to the expansion into a worldwide sport, the popularity of triathlon has grown tremendously. Today's episode brings together the Greatest Endurance Athlete of All-Time, TriDot Coach Mark Allen, and a behind-the-scenes visionary who has contributed greatly to triathlon's growth, Scott Zagarino. These two remarkable athletes, having been on the triathlon scene in the earlier stages, offer insight into the evolution of the sport. Hear Mark and Scott discuss the changes in the events, gear, technology, and training philosophies through the decades. 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. Get to know the world's best triathlon training! Join a live demo of TriDot with podcast host Andrew Harley. Visit https://tridot.com/demo-tridot/ for more details. And don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/
Thank you for joining us for our 2nd Cabral HouseCall of the weekend! I'm looking forward to sharing with you some of our community's questions that have come in over the past few weeks… Ryan: Dr. Cabral, I started wearing a fitness tracking watch about a year ago and have noticed a very common trend in heart rate throughout the day. According to my device, my daily resting heart rate low point occurs around 1-3pm after my afternoon walk, as opposed to during sleep, where most people claim your lowest heart rate occurs. I feel very rested upon waking, and tend to get very good sleep, bot in quality and quantity. For some context, I am 27, workout in the mornings, work a job that some days requires non-stop moving and other days based at a desk, I don't eat within 2-3 hours of going to bed, and my RHR hits 39-42 bpm in the afternoon, while usually hovering around 50-60 throughout the night. I am aware of the potential accuracy issues, but the repeating trend has me curious if this is an indicator of anything I could improve. Thank you for all you do and for keeping me constantly curious and wanting to learn and improve! Julia: You and your team are incredible. Thank you for your dedication. I had a hair tissue test done right before removing my mercury dental fillings and other heavy metals came up such as tin and nickel but mercury was low! My holistic dentist said that it might have been because the mercury is trapped and can't get out from the body and hence not showing up in the hair. Is this possible? Synthia: How would you go about someone that has high cortisol in the AM but low cortisol in the afternoon, evening and before bed? I already wake up earlier than everyone else to get my morning routine in and actually start my day relaxed before my toddler wakes up. Carly: Hi Dr. Cabral! So much gratitude for your team and all that you do to empower us to reclaim our health and move forward on our journey towards healing! My parents recently had a series of unfortunate events happen following a major error made by a roofer when getting their roof replaced. Long story short, they had a lot of water damage in their ceilings and walls and have to get everything replaced to avoid mold damage. Their house has become unlivable. Despite our pleas, my father is insistent on staying and sleeping in the house; going down with the ship. I am worried about all the insulation and fiberglass he could be inhaling and would appreciate any suggestions on how to help him detox his lungs. Thank you so much! Anonymous: Hi Dr. Cabral! I am such a huge fan of your podcast and it has honestly really changed my life. I now try to share it along with your book with everyone I know because it truly is a blessing. Thank you for all you and your team do! So, about seven years ago, I (25 yr Female) got this rash in my armpit and my dermatologist diagnosed it as a rare skin condition called Fox-fordyce disease. She told me there was no real cure but prescribed me some creams that I tried with no success. I have been learning a lot about Ayurveda these past few years and what it has taught me is that almost all conditions are reversible with the right approach and with time. Do you know of any remedy to this condition or at least a way to reduce it? I would really appreciate your insight. I would also love to hear your thoughts on healing post inflammatory hyper pigmentation on darker skin tones. I have some dark pigmentation on my legs from insect bites when I was a child that have never really lightened. Numerous doctors have told me that they cant prescribe the usual creams for this condition because they are not effective on darker complexions and could actually make the hyperpigmentation worse. I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this. Thank you! Dani: Hey, Dr Cabral. Quick question. A celebrity (Lori Harvey) was being praised for her figure and many women asked what's her secret. She responded that she trains twice a day (plates is one of the workouts) and ate 1200 calories a day for 21 days. This she said aided her to lose 15 lbs and get the figure she wanted. Her comments received backlash. So the question is, is what she did safe for her or something that one should not have done? 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We're back for another episode answering YOUR questions! TriDot coaches John Mayfield, Joanna Nami, and Jeff Raines are in the hot seat on this round-robin, rapid-fire episode! Learn how to best plan your season for a peak performance, shorten your transition times, and combat post-race nausea. Listen in as the coaches talk about returning to training after illness, implementing a run/walk strategy for your next race, recommended swim drills and stroke rate, and much more! 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. Huge thanks to deltaG for also partnering with us on this episode. To learn more about the performance boosting benefits of deltaG Ketones head to deltaGketones.com and use code TRIDOT20 for 20% off your order. On their site you can: 1. Learn more about fueling with deltaG ketone products. 2. Make a standalone purchase, or subscribe for ongoing deltaG ketone deliveries. 3. Book a FREE 15 minute video consultation with Brian, an expert on exogenous ketones, and deltaG in particular, to discuss your individual goals and best choice of deltaG drink to exceed those goals. And don't forget to sign up to get updates and early access to the TriDot Mark Allen Edition to be released Fall 2022: https://tridot.com/mark-allen-signup/
Dirk Friel is a former pro cyclist, the U.S. Ski Mountaineering 2020 Masters Champion, and the Co-Founder and Chief Evangelist of Peaksware Holdings. Peaksware consists of a collection of technology businesses with a strategic vision to help motivated individuals learn new skills through deliberate practice. This process includes setting a specific goal, getting expert instruction, performing focused practice and receiving immediate feedback, and includes one of my favorite training platforms, TrainingPeaks, among several others. Dirk was selected as the 2017 Businessperson of the Year by the Boulder, Colorado, Chamber of Commerce. Dirk is the Host of the TrainingPeaks CoachCast, an endurance sports podcast that highlights the value of great coaching and effective training. Dirk has top-ten placings in both the U.S. pro road and criterium championships. Dirk loves to explore the mountains through cycling and ski mountaineering adventures along with his wife and daughter in Boulder, CO!Find Dirk at-https://www.trainingpeaks.com/IG- @dirkfrielFind Boundless Body at-myboundlessbody.comBook a session with us here!
How does exercise affect heart rate (HR)? The team discuss everything from HR drift and fatigue to a special interview with Heart Rate Variability (HRV) expert Marco Altini. We break down why HRV may be the best way to measure physiological and psychological stress and why it's opening up a new way of heart rate monitoring.SHOW NOTES:Caught my eye:The UCI Policy on covid: https://assets.ctfassets.net/761l7gh5x5an/6J9stmEo2OIrC7tr8VqU2f/e471f21f58c91254b070daf24c3290cf/2022.06.27_COVID_Protocol_Road_ENG.pdfThe article by Alan Abrahamson on Shelby Houlihan and US attitudes to doping: https://www.3wiresports.com/articles/2022/7/29/americans-insist-they-care-about-doping-in-sports-and-then-theres-shelby-houlihanMathieu van der Poel on altitude and his TDF struggles: https://www.stickybottle.com/latest-news/van-der-poel-suspects-altitude-training-to-blame-for-tour-slump/News of a change in the RFU's policy on trans players: https://www.englandrugby.com/news/article/rfu-council-votes-in-favour-of-change-to-gender-participation-policyMarco Altini interview on HRV:The four-part series by Marco on HRV, explaining what it is, how to measure it, and a lot of case studies:Part 1: https://medium.com/@marco_alt/the-ultimate-guide-to-heart-rate-variability-hrv-part-1-70a0a392fff4Part 2: https://medium.com/@marco_alt/the-ultimate-guide-to-heart-rate-variability-hrv-part-2-323a38213fbcPart 3: https://medium.com/@marco_alt/the-ultimate-guide-to-heart-rate-variability-hrv-part-3-5fe902f3d2b3Part 4: https://medium.com/@marco_alt/the-ultimate-guide-to-heart-rate-variability-hrv-part-4-909b52f71131The website of HRV4Training: https://www.hrv4training.com/ Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Joining us today is the founder of the Singing for Health Network who has worked in music for wellbeing and music education for over 20 years. She is the director of the charity Music for Good and holds a masters degree in vocal pedagogy through the Voice Study Centre, where she is now a senior lecturer. Emily Foulkes joins Alexa this week on Singing Teachers Talk about singing for trauma and the Singing for Health Network. KEY TAKEAWAYS The Singing for Health Network is a UK-based membership network for anyone interested or involved in Singing for Health, including singing practitioners, researchers, health and healthcare professionals. Their aim is to bridge research and practice and provide a platform for sharing practice and opportunities. The Singing for Health Network model is a work-in-progress representation of the different levels of singing groups, showing where they most commonly fit within the health system. It is intended to help practitioners from both arts and health sectors to understand which types of groups suit different conditions and needs. Emily's research took her in the direction of looking at trauma, mental health, and pain management. She ran a pilot research project for people with chronic pain while also training to be a trauma and mental health practitioner. There is research that leans towards the idea that singing can improve mental health, especially singing in groups can help us connect with other people and build relationships which is beneficial to mental health. Chronic pain is pain that lasts for more than three months and can't be treated. Chronic pain is associated with depression and other mental health issues. BEST MOMENTS ‘We're hard wired to sing, we were singing before we were speaking' ‘We can see the connectivity of singing together' ‘If I could do this every day, I think I could manage my pain so much better' EPISODE RESOURCES BAST Training Guest Website: www.singingforhealthnetwork.co.uk www.musicforgood.uk www.voicestudycentre.com Social Media: (Instagram) @thesingingforhealthnetwork (Instagram) @em.foulkes (Facebook) Singing for Health Network Forum (Twitter) @NetworkSinging (Twitter) @EmilyFoulkes1 Relevant Links & Mentions: The British Lung Foundation: lunguk.org Phoene Cave & The Musical Breath: www.themusicalbreath.com Dr Stephen Clift; Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health at Canterbury Christ Church University Bjorn Vickhoff et al; Choral Singing Has a Soothing Effect on Heart Rate: https://culturecase.org/research/2014/05/choral-singing-has-a-soothing-effect-on-heart-rate/ (For trauma awareness) Peter Levine; The Body Holds the Score by Bessel van Der Kolk; Stephen Porges Polyvagal Theory Singing for Health Network Partners: Sound Sense; Sing Up & Sing Up Foundation; Making Music; Natural Voice Network Sing Up: https://www.singup.org/ ABOUT THE GUEST Emily has worked in Music for Well-being and Music Education for over 20 years, from national level at Youth Music, managing grant funding and networks to working as a practitioner. Since 2008, Emily has lived in Cornwall where she is the Director of Music for Good, a charity providing and supporting music for well-being in a range of settings. After receiving a bursary to complete MA studies, Emily gained a Distinction in her MA in Voice Pedagogy with a specialism in Singing for Health and Well-being. Her research and specialist work has led to winning commissions from the NHS and being awarded funding. Her research into Online Mindfulness and Singing for people with Anxiety and/or Depression is published in the International Journal for Community Music. Emily is a Trauma and Mental Health Practitioner and Trainer and is working with the Sing Up Foundation to further develop and roll out training for Singing Practitioners. Emily has presented her research at numerous conferences and has trained more than 100 singing practitioners in Trauma and Mental Health informed practice. She set up the Singing for Health Network in 2021 with the vision to bridge research and practice and support the singing for health movement. The aspiration is to bring together researchers, practitioners, healthcare professionals and to provide a useful platform for sharing and supporting the field. Emily is a Senior Lecturer with the Voice Study Centre supporting students on the MA in Voice Pedagogy. ABOUT THE PODCAST BAST Training is here to help singers gain the knowledge, skills and understanding required to be a great singing teacher. We can help you whether you are getting started or just have some knowledge gaps to fill through our courses and educational events. Website: basttraining.com Get updates to your inbox: Click here for updates from BAST Training Link to presenter's bios: basttraining.com/singing-teachers-talk-podcast-biosSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Triathlon can be an expensive sport. But you don't have to break the bank to race! On today's episode, coaches John Mayfield and Elizabeth James present 18 money-saving hacks. Listen in for tips on how you can save on race registrations, gear, travel, lodging, and more! 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. We also 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.
Sponsor: RePowerU -- FREE Fitness Practices Assessment (a 10-minute questionnaire): https://formfaca.de/sm/SR_8_j7es Heart rate is a powerful metric for guiding improvements in fitness. The only problem with heart rate is that while seemingly simple, it is really a complex aggregation of many variables that need to be considered and managed to make use of this valuable metric. Hunter tells us how to do it. Hunter's latest venture: Project Fuerza -- NFT artwork Hunter is co-author of the book “Training and Racing with a Power Meter” (with Dr. Andy Coggan). He also co-wrote “Cutting-Edge Cycling” with Dr. Stephen Cheung, was the co-developer of TrainingPeaks WKO software, and is the founder of Peaks Coaching Group. Widely known as one of the top experts in the world in coaching endurance athletes using power meters, Hunter Allen has been instrumental in developing and spreading the power training principles. Hunter is a USA Cycling Level 1 coach, was the 2008 BMX technical coach for the Beijing Olympics and has taught the USA Cycling Power Certification Course since 2005. A former professional cyclist for 17 years with over 40 road victories to his credit, Hunter has been coaching endurance athletes since 1995, and his athletes have achieved more than 2000 victories and numerous national, world championship titles and Olympic Medals. Hunter Allen - Contact http://www.peakscoachinggroup.com/hunterallenhttps://shoppeaks.com/category/training-plans/projectfuerza.com
Taking care of your skin is crucial to staying moving, both in training and on the race course. So today we are hitting a crucial topic for multi-sport athletes: skin care! Craig DiGiovanni, one of the original founders of Medi-Dyne Healthcare Products, and Coach Jeff Raines talk through the typical skin ailments athletes face. Then Craig discusses how to thwart the negative impacts of unpleasant chafing, blisters, sweat and odors. 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. Register for the first ever "Ask Me Anything" with Mark Allen. Happening Thursday, July 28 from 8-9pm CT: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3169149177357310223
We continue to unpack Love Island UK's season 8! We are seeing some couples grow closer together & some couples be tested! Which couples will survive casa amor?! We see some excellent examples of triangulation, passive aggressiveness, love bombing, & more on this week of Love Island - what red flags did you see?! Tell us on Instagram! Want us to answer your dating & relationship questions? Ask us on our website How about a FREE 30 minute session with us? Apply Here! Follow Us! Instagram: @ditchthescriptpod TikTok: @ditchthescriptpod Watch Us on YOUTUBE!
https://letsgobrandongreen.com/tested-positive-for-covid-in-july-2022-my-experience-as-an-unvaccinated/Last Sunday, on the 10th of July, 2022, as I was beginning to go to bed at around 8pm, I started getting a headache.I didn't think much of it as I hadn't slept well for the last few days. However every hour I just found myself laying there in bed with intense insomnia. Finally, I gave up and reached into my bag to find a drowsy antihistamine – Something that would smoke me and knock me out.
Your best race performance requires you to toe the line in a prepared and healthy state. In fact, health is the foundation upon which training and peak race performance sit. There's no doubt that triathlon training puts the body through significant stress, and that stress must be paired with proper recovery. So what's the best way to stay healthy and injury-free this season? On today's episode, Dr. B.J. Leeper provides 10 tactics you can employ right away to keep you going! 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. Huge thanks to deltaG for also partnering with us on this episode. To learn more about the performance boosting benefits of deltaG Ketones head to deltaGketones.com and use code TRIDOT20 for 20% off your order. On their site you can: 1. Learn more about fueling with deltaG ketone products. 2. Make a standalone purchase, or subscribe for ongoing deltaG ketone deliveries. 3. Book a FREE 15 minute video consultation with Brian, an expert on exogenous ketones, and deltaG in particular, to discuss your individual goals and best choice of deltaG drink to exceed those goals.
Are you looking for ways to see if you are fit & healthy? Or maybe want to make sure your health is going in the right direction vs. wrong? Well, you may be surprised by how much your heart rate might tell you about your current health and what might be coming! Check it all out in this week's Earn That Body Podcast.
Dave had a bit of a scare this week when his Apple Watch alerted him to a low heart rate. We talk a bit about that and the Apple Watch. Apple's newly introduced MacBook Air M2 is available to order on Friday, and Apple released new betas of its operating systems. One of the new features is called Lockdown Mode which allows users that need it to further secure their iPhones. This and a lot more on this week's episode. Show Notes: All-new MacBook Air with M2 available to order starting Friday, July 8 Finding Nemo, other options for Lock Screen Apple introduces Lockdown Mode Biden will posthumously award Steve Jobs the Presidential Medal of Freedom Apple won't be upgrading the chip inside of its main new iPhone Delta Air Lines offered $10,000 to passengers willing to give up their seat on overbooked domestic flight
Rating of Perceived Exertion (0-10 scale) Cheat Sheet: 0 - sitting on the couch 1 – Snail walk 2-3 – Brisk Walking 4 – recovery jog (able to nose breath) 5-6 - conversational pace (able to talk normally or sing a song) 7-8 – Tempo/Lactate Threshold - Marathon to ½ Marathon Pacing (Answering a question or Speaking in short sentences – shorter more labored breathing) 9 – 5k/10k Race Pace - One-word statements – breathing super hard – We'll use this as our Max VO2 - Hard/Short Intervals/Strides & Hill Repeats 10 – All Out (I can't speak to you right now – sound like an angry mule while breathing) – We will not use this very often if at all! Heart Rate Compared to RPE (0-10 scale): 1-2 = Zone 1 3-4 = Low zone 2 5-6 = Upper zone 2 - mid zone 3 7-8 = Upper zone 3 - zone 4 9-10 = Zone 5 Books I mentioned: Mental Training for Ultrarunning by Addie Bracy Training Essentials for Ultrarunning by Jason Koop MR Runningpains (Aaron's) information: If you'd like to learn more about Patreon or to donate, please visit https://www.patreon.com/MRRunningpains My Socials, Channels, & Newsletter: https://www.facebook.com/MRRUNNINGPAINSEVENTS/ https://www.instagram.com/mrrunningpains/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ6J512qA34z_N0KJSU4jfw https://www.strava.com/athletes/18431982 To sign up for my Newsletter -https://www.mrrunningpains.com Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks to all of you for listening! Please share the Podcast and please leave a review, rate, & subscribe if you haven't done so already! THANK YOU! Aaron Saft MR Runningpains Discounts: $10 Off Ultra Running Magazine Subscription - https://subscriber.ultrarunning.com/subscribe/ambassador?code=AM7A9D7 15% off KOGALLA - http://kogalla.com/?aff=runningpains - use code MR Runningpains 15% off XOSKIN - http://www.xoskin.us - use code MR Runningpains Xero Shoes - https://xeroshoes.com/go/MRRunningpains
Miss Chrissie didn't just give Steve a Simpsons pint glass from her trip to Disney and Beyond, she gave him COVID, too! This week, the PIC talk about Encampo and flashlights that look like candles before Steve goes into some detail about his first bout with COVID. All that and the weird side effects of Paxlovid...LIVE from the 19046! Topics Discussed: - JDA Encampo! - Steve Got COVID! - Side Project Saturday at The Haus - Post Show: COVID & Heart Rate