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    Eat Green Make Green Podcast
    Episode 190: Todd Crandell & From Addict to 100 Ironmans

    Eat Green Make Green Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 62:26


    “I got another gear. At 55, I'm doing 14 Ironman's this year. It's 100% what I eat.”On this week's episode of the Eat Green Make Green Podcast I sit down with the inspirational Todd Crandell. Todd Crandell is a triathlete and Founder of Racing For Recovery, a holistic addiction recovery organization based in Ohio. I met Todd right before hopping in the water at Ironman Maine 70.3 recently, as he began his 98th Ironman triathlon! We talk about Todd's past and battle with addiction, how a 3rd drunk driving charge changed his life, why he began doing triathlons and his quest for 100 Ironmans, how switching to a plant based diet has given him another gear and even more motivation, his latest book and film he's working on, and all about Racing For Recovery.Show NotesRacing For Recovery WebsiteTodd's Instagram

    The Triathlete Hour
    Triathlete Hour: How many distances can Leanda Cave win?

    The Triathlete Hour

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 44:11


    Welcome to our last episode of Triathlete Hour before we take a late summer break—but don't worry we're planning to be back with new episodes at the end of the month… And for this episode we have an exciting guest: Leanda Cave, the four-time world champion — at almost every distance — talks to us about how even in retirement she's considering one more distance world title, Ultraman. And she tells us how her first Ultraman went two weeks ago. We also talk about how she got started in the sport, how she made a living and found her way, and what it was like becoming the first athlete to win the 70.3 and Ironman world titles in the same year! This episode was brought to you by Hammerhead. Now, Triathlete Hour listeners get exclusive, limited time offer—a free heart rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit hammerhead.io, put both products in your cart, and use promo code TRIATHLETEHOUR at checkout to get yours today.

    Fitter & Faster by Triathlete
    Triathlete Hour: How many distances can Leanda Cave win?

    Fitter & Faster by Triathlete

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 44:11


    Welcome to our last episode of Triathlete Hour before we take a late summer break—but don't worry we're planning to be back with new episodes at the end of the month… And for this episode we have an exciting guest: Leanda Cave, the four-time world champion — at almost every distance — talks to us about how even in retirement she's considering one more distance world title, Ultraman. And she tells us how her first Ultraman went two weeks ago. We also talk about how she got started in the sport, how she made a living and found her way, and what it was like becoming the first athlete to win the 70.3 and Ironman world titles in the same year! This episode was brought to you by Hammerhead. Now, Triathlete Hour listeners get exclusive, limited time offer—a free heart rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit hammerhead.io, put both products in your cart, and use promo code TRIATHLETEHOUR at checkout to get yours today.

    Rocket Science | Gesundheit + Leistung
    Utz Brenner - Way to Pro Triathlete.

    Rocket Science | Gesundheit + Leistung

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 59:13


    Utz Brenner ist ein Triathlon Urgestein, der sehr erfolgreich vor allem viele Profi-Triathletinnen coacht und auch selbst als Altersklassen Triathlet unterwegs ist. Im Podcast sprechen wir heute über den Unterschied zwischen Profi und Amateur Athletinnen, über die Professionalisierung des Sports Triathlon und über Utz Weg als Manager bei IBM zum Coaching im Triathlon. Wer mehr über Utz erfahren möchte, findet hier seinen Instagram Kanal. Podcast Q&A Fragen (HIER KLICKEN für Feedback und Fragen!) YouTube Kanal( HIER KLICKEN für noch mehr Informationen für Deine Leistungsfähigkeit)Hast Du Interesse am Coaching (HIER KLICKEN für ein KENNENLERNGESPRÄCH)?

    The Action Catalyst
    The Balance of Hope and Fear, with Greg Patterson (Finances, Triathlete, Ironman, Business)

    The Action Catalyst

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 19:43


    https://advisorygroupsf.com/our-team/greg-patterson/ (Greg Patterson, CEO of The Advisory Group of San Francisco), covers business lessons from time spent abroad and as a triathlete, including how overtraining and overconfidence can be tragic flaws, the “gas pedal risk”, determining what mile you're on in the Ironman of life, and adopting the Spiderman principle of power and responsibility. Mentioned in this episode: This episode is brought to you by Southwestern Advantage This episode is brought to you by Southwestern Advantage. https://the-action-catalyst.captivate.fm/southwesternadvantage (Southwestern Advantage)

    Power Up Your Performance with Kim Peek
    From Couch Potato to Endurance Athlete

    Power Up Your Performance with Kim Peek

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 45:29


    It's never too late to do something to better your life and your health. In this episode, I talk with the author of From Couch Potato to Endurance Athlete: A Portrait of a Non-athletic Triathlete by Hilary JM Topper of Merrick, NY. Hilary will inspire anyone to overcome their past, push past their boundaries, and change their life for the better. Her book chronicles her journey from almost failing high school gym as a teenager to learning how to swim, bike and run as a middle-aged woman.  Hilary's story and her drive to change her life will inspire others to do the same -  no matter how rich or poor, how overweight or underweight, or how old or young they are.  Connect with Hilary: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hilary.topper Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hilarytopper/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hilary25 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hilary-topper-71a880/ Blog 1: https://www.atriathletesdiary.com/ Blog 2: https://hilarytopper.com/ Hilary Topper on Air: https://www.hilarytopper.com/podcast/ HJMT Public Relations (her PR firm): https://www.hjmt.com/ Connect with Kim: Instagram at Iris Digital Media Group: https://www.instagram.com/irisdigitalmediagroup/ Instagram for Dream Building and Podcast Home:  https://www.instagram.com/kimberlylpeek Podcast Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/POWERofRUN The Digital Dreamer Podcast https://sites.libsyn.com/425744  

    The Physical Performance Show
    337: Interest Edition: Jan Sibbersen: IRONMAN Kona Swim Record Holder (43yrs), Founder Sailfish

    The Physical Performance Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 54:12


    Jan began his sporting career with a 10-year stint in the German national swim team between 1990 - 2000, whilst simultaneously completing studies at Harvard University with a degree in Economics. He then ventured into the investment banking world, however, his true calling drew him back to the sporting arena to the world of Triathlon. Between 2001 and 2004, Jan went on to achieve four ‘first out of the water' titles at the Ironman Hawaii World Championships and in 2004 Jan set the world record Ironman swim time of 42:17 at Ironman Germany in Frankfurt. Jan continued to compete professionally in the global triathlon circuit until 2007 when he founded Sailfish. The company expanded internationally and continues to set global standards as one of the world's best Triathlon brands, amongst both professionals and amateurs. In 2018, Jan was unsettled with missing the fastest KONA swim time by just 6 seconds in 2003, so he launched a two-year comeback to finally break the Ironman World Championship swim record. At the age of 43, 17 years after his first appearance at the Hawaii Ironman Jan swam a blistering 46:29, of which the record still stands today. Between 2015 and 2019, Jan ran the Triathlon Convention Europe and between 2016 and 2021 Jan managed Patrick Langer 2x Ironman World Triathlon Champion. Show Sponsor: Polar are a sports technology company who build world class heart rate monitors and GPS watches for people who take their health, fitness and sports performance seriously. Coming from the heart of the Nordics, they have the experience, insight, and history of quality, design and innovation which is unparalleled. Worn by some of the best athletes on the planet, we're very excited to have Polar as a partner here so you can also access their heart rate monitors, watches and training platform. Polar are very excited to announce that they are launching two stunning new-generation running watches, the Polar Pacer and Polar Pacer Pro. As a starting bonus, the team at Polar are offering 15% off. If it's time for you to check out a new heart rate monitor or watch to help improve your performance, head across to Polar.com and use the code TPPS on selected products. Livestream Event Positive Sports Psychology: Cultivating deep well-being featuring RORY DARKINS 3PM AEST Saturday 10 September 2022 During the 3 hour event acclaimed expert Rory Darkins covers what is well-being & how do we measure it, the links between well-being & performance, practical strategies for optimising well-being plus Q&A . to register Join the The Physical Performance Show LEARNINGS membership through weekly podcasts | Patreon If you enjoyed this episode of The Physical Performance Show please hit SUBSCRIBE for to ensure you are one of the first to future episodes. Jump over to The Physical Performance Show - https://physicalperformanceshow.com/ for more details. Follow @Brad_Beer Instagram & Twitter The Physical Performance Show: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter (@tppshow1) Please direct any questions, comments, and feedback to the above social media handles.

    Nutritional Revolution Podcast
    Episode 28 with Jess Cerra: JoJé Bars, Pro Triathlete to Pro Gravel Racer, and Gravel Clinics

    Nutritional Revolution Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 50:09


    In today's episode, we speak with Jess Cerra about her experience creating the sports bar JoJé Bars and transitioning from Xterra athlete to pro triathlete to pro road cyclist and to her current career as a professional privateer gravel racer and race director! Tune in to learn about her nutrition strategy while training and during events like Unbound Gravel, as well as her experience mentoring in the biking world.Born and raised in the mountains of Montana, Jess grew up embracing the outdoors and the active lifestyles that came with it. After earning a Bachelor's Degree of Applied Exercise Science at the University of Montana, she went straight into research in athletic performance while completing a Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology at San Diego State University. There, in 2007, she was introduced to mountain biking and quickly fell in love with the sport, and her career took off. She won the XTERRA Amateur National Championship in 2010, propelling her to the professional triathlete ranks the following year. Between 2015 and 2019, she transitioned to a career as a professional road cyclist, competing at the sport's most prestigious races in the United States as well as Europe. In 2020, she made the switch once again, and currently competes as a professional privateer gravel racer for the Pinarello Scuderia Team. Please note that this podcast is created strictly for educational purposes and should never be used for medical diagnosis and treatment.See you in the next episode!***If you would like to work with our practitioners, click HERECheck out our 4 Week Real Food, Real Quick Program HERETry Trifecta Meal Delivery by clicking HEREIf you're interested in sponsoring Nutritional Revolution Podcast, shoot us an email at nutritionalrev@gmail.com.***Mentioned:Jess Cerra's Instagram: @jesscerraJoJé BarsBuy JoJé Bars HEREJoJé Bars Instagram: @jojebarJoJé Bars website: https://jojebar.com/Get 15% off your first purchase by using code: tryjoje15SaltStickGet 20% off your first purchase by using code: NEWSALT20Alete Nutrition website: https://aletenutrition.com/Buy Brazi Bites Brazilian Cheese Bread HEREThe Last Best RideWebsite: https://www.thelastbestridemt.com/ Instagram: @thelastbestride

    The TriDot Podcast
    Your Questions Answered: Stroke Rate, Heat Adaptation, Post-Race Nausea, & More!

    The TriDot Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 64:40 Very Popular


    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/

    TriVelo Coaching
    What We Can Learn From The World's Best Athletes

    TriVelo Coaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 51:33


    We've been lucky to witness a packed calendar of sports the last month, with the world's best athletes competing against each other in some of the biggest races on the calendar. The Tour de France (men's and women's), the world athletic champs and the commonwealth games to name a few. Here are our best lessons from watching the world's best athletes perform at their peak.  Timestamp: 00:00 - Introduction 01:03 - Gratitude 05:55 - Thoughts on the last few stages of TDF 2022 11:20 - Effects of Perceived Pressure in Racing 17:35 - Younger Athletes: No Fear? 20:40 - First Edition of Female Tour De France 2022 24:00 - Commonwealth Games Controversy  28:30 - Great Battle in the Womens Triathlon 32:10 - Efficiency over Intensity in Transition 34:15 - World Athletics Championship Record 37:55 - Ingebrigtsen Beaten 42:45 - 12-minute Race Hydration? 44:50 - Train for Your Strategy 47:35 - 400m Hurdles Amazing World Record Performance The Get Fast Podcast is brought to you by TriVelo Coaching, where we help triathletes and cyclists like you, Train Smarter to Race Faster. Your hosts are Australian Triathlon Ironman Champion and HEAD COACH of TriVelo Coaching Gerard Donnelly, and his son Jordan Donnelly. If you want to learn how to TRAIN SMARTER and RACE FASTER, you can join our weekly coaching email, just go to: getfastpodcast.com Some of you might already be in there, but many of you won't be and so this is our official invitation for you to come and join our free community: www.facebook.com/groups/trivelocoaching Check us out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trivelocoaching/ Want access to Gerard's Famous Monthly Coaching Newsletter? Go here: https://www.trivelocoachingprogram.com/memos Disclaimer: The Content in this podcast is in no way intended to be medical advice, treatment or diagnoses. None of our Content is intended to imply that any products mentioned, remedies or information provided are intended to prevent, diagnose, cure or alleviate a disease, ailment, defect or injury or should be used for therapeutic purposes. The Content is intended to assist you with running, cycling, swimming or triathlon and should not be substituted for medical advice by your healthcare professional. We do not accept any liability for any injury, loss, or damage incurred by the use or reliance on our Content.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    YogiTriathlete Podcast
    Amber Ferreira, Professional Triathlete On How Action Creates Momentum

    YogiTriathlete Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 59:47


    We are grateful to have professional triathlete Amber Ferreira with us for this episode. We've followed the story of this well-accomplished athlete for many years. Amber has raced triathlon as a professional for over a decade and has stepped onto more podiums already than most will ever experience, including 4x at the National Snowshoe Champion. But Amber is not only a pro triathlete, as many overachievers tend to do; she wears many hats. She holds a doctorate in physical therapy; she is a coach, a business owner, a wife, and most recently, mom to Charlie. She is the head coach and owner of Granite State Endurance which has a large contingency within New Hampshire and the country. She hosts training camps and team races throughout the year. Amber has a contagious laugh and an easy-to-be-with demeanor. We hope you find that same. Thank you for listening and for all those who support the podcast through Patreon. YogiTriathlete's patrons of the show are the sole reason this podcast is commercial-free. Please visit patreon.com/yogitriathlete to check out all the perks of being a show patron. In this episode we discuss: - lessons from Charlie - slowing down and being in the moment - low volume, low intensity and still producing good results - training through pregnancy - a happy athlete is a fast athlete - becoming a professional athlete - setting goals too small - mindset practices to manage the suffering - Charlie makes an appearance after her nap - YAY! - consistency in training - gray zone work - takes confidence to slow down - action creates momentum - electrolyte replacement Namaste- Jess

    Purple Patch Podcast
    230 Breaking the Injury Cycle - 5 Keys to Prevention and Lowering Risk

    Purple Patch Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 38:00 Very Popular


    Whether you're an amateur or a professional athlete, there is no greater source of frustration than repeated cycles of niggles and injuries. It can derail your progression, dismantle race performance, erode confidence, and dilute your motivation. While there are myriad reasons for various kinds of injuries, the good news is that most can be preventable, and manageable by adopting practical habits and tactics. In the first episode of our three-part series on injury management and prevention, Matt shares his observations on patterns, common themes, and mistakes made by athletes and coaches that often lead to injury and the strategies that you should take as an endurance athlete or fitness enthusiast to lower your risk and occurrence of injury. Matt's 5 Keys to Injury prevention: Fueling post-workout - Using nutrition to recuperate and recharge. (18:10) “It promotes tissue rebuilding and repair...it facilitates adaptations...it's going to fuel your brain for your energy levels throughout the day...so that you can have better clarity, decision-making, focus, etc." Keep the easy, easy - Leveraging low-intensity sessions. (20:29) “If you go too strong in the sessions that are designed specifically to be easy, which by the way, tends to be a high portion of your total training hours. And then you are directly removing the body's ability to adapt, you are throughout, with no intent, increasing total training load. And what happens in this situation is the scales tilt, and the net result of that tends to be your tissue health declines, you get injured." Incorporating multiple sports - Introducing variance to your training (24:10)“The truth is that the body likes variance. And I cannot think of an amateur athlete who wouldn't benefit...from mixing up their primary sport and ambition with other supportive disciplines.” Supplement with smart strength training - Strength is part of the plan, not the heart of it. (27:51)“Just because you follow a strength and conditioning program does not mean that your injury risk is less. It's critical. It's important. It's a part of the recipe, but it isn't the recipe." Removing intensity - Knowing when to throttle back (33:14)"But the fact still remains that so many injuries emerge from a place where an athlete ultimately intuitively at their core, know that things are not right. There is deep fatigue, whether it's muscular or systemic. And if the athlete had just paused, gained a little perspective, seeing the bigger picture and then made a decision to push or back off, it would be so valuable." The goal of this episode is to help you identify any counterproductive practices that may be leaving you exposed to injury and replace them with habits that reduce your chances of injury, create greater consistency and ultimately improve performance. Episode Timestamps 0:02 - 08:28 Welcome and Episode Introduction 8:34 - The Meat and Potatoes - Episode 230 Breaking the Injury Cycle: 5 Keys to Prevention and Lowering Risk Purple Patch Video Podcast and More Learn More About Scott Tindal and FuelIn Sports Medicine Institute Services at The Purple Patch Center Purple Patch Coaching Consultation Training Camp - 2022 St.George Triathlon Camp The Purple Patch Center is Open - Learn More and Schedule a Visit Purple Patch and Episode Resources This episode is sponsored by our collaboration with INSIDE TRACKER. Inside Tracker and Purple Patch - Receive 20% off their services with code: PURPLEPATCHPRO20 Ask Matt Anything - Leave a voicemail question for Matt Learn more about Purple Patch Squad High-Performance Training Program Join Bike Squad - Don't just exercise and work out; learn to train with our structured online cycling program Join Run Squad - Increase your running performance through our progressive, multi-sport approach to running Learn more about Purple Patch Fully Customized 1:1 Coaching Learn more about Purple Patch Strength Programming Purple Patch Swim Analysis Stay Up-to-Date with Purple Patch News and Events Purple Patch Upcoming Webinars and Events

    The Triathlete Hour
    Triathlete Hour: Siri Lindley Wants You to Live Your Absolute Best Life

    The Triathlete Hour

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 78:46


    This week we have a deep and thought-provoking episode with Siri Lindley. The world champion talks to us about how to create the life you want for yourself and how to chase dreams that seem impossible, even how to turn something like living through leukemia into a positive in your life. First, before all that, some quick news: Today is our host, Kelly O'Mara's, last day at Triathlete. So we'll have one more short episode for you next week and then we'll be taking a break in August, but don't worry we hope to be back with some Triathlete Hour episodes after that break And to get us started Sid joins us for one more Sid Talks, where we dissect all things Commonwealth Games, two-day Kona, and all the women's sports news. RELATED: Siri Lindley Wins Her Greatest Battle—Recovery

    Running is Cheaper Than Therapy
    Zsa Zsa Porter Explains How She Conquered Fear and Doubt to Become a Runner, Ironman Triathlete, and so Much More.

    Running is Cheaper Than Therapy

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 64:49


    Zsa Zsa Porter is an exceptional friend, an avid runner, member of Black Girls Run,  vegan restaurant owner, Iron Man Triathlete, military wife, mom of three. Her mission is to encourage women, young girls to dream big, her story reminds us that anything is possible.   Zsa-Zsa has made it her life's work to impact her community which has led her from the financial services industry to opening the Exposed Vegan Restaurant. Through the restaurant she has created some of the best plant-based cuisines proving that a vegan diet can, not only be very delicious, but also fuel the highest fitness performance levels.   We discuss in-depth her journey from her youth, injuries, through struggles with weight gain and  overcoming her fears and self-doubt into life  as a runner, triathlete and so much more.    I would like to dedicate this episode to Zsa Zsa's mother  Kim Williams who passed away since the recording of this episode.    Episode Highlights:       How ZsaZsa got her name and the fearless mentality behind it. Zsa Zsa  school days and becoming a swimmer. A major injury during a  bicycle crash and lessons learnt from the experience. How Zsa started  running  Her 1st major race Zsa-Zsa with her husband  How Team Porter inspires each other aFull distance iron-man. The challenges and the thrills of Triathlons The reason behind opening her vegan restaurant    Guest Bio:   Zsa Zsa Porter went from someone held down by personal insecurities and weight gain to becoming an avid runner, triathlete, and restaurateur. Zsa Zsa is on a mission to encourage women and young girls to dream big and reach for the stars. Zsa Zsa's story reminds us that Anything is Possible. She is always willing to share her failures and lessons learned. It's this burning desire to positively impact her community which led her to open Exposed Vegan Restaurant. As a restaurateur, Zsa Zsa created a West Charlotte hotspot, serving fresh and nourishing plant-based cuisine. From smoothies, to bowls loaded with sweet potatoes, and even cookies she's exposing how delicious vegan food can be when done correctly. Her goal is to show how a well-planned vegan diet can fuel the highest performance fitness levels, while reducing risks of injury and chronic diseases. Zsa-Zsa leverages her unique experiences as an African American female entrepreneur, restaurant owner, digital executive, and Ironman triathlete to motivate and activate her community. She is also a proud military spouse and mother of 3 children, she truly understands the importance of balancing family and life.   Connect with Zsa-Zsa Porter Read Zsa Zsa's  inspiring book Running For My Life Visit her restaurant or preorder your meal at  Exposed Vegan Follow Zsa Zsa on Instagram Catch her on Facebook Did you enjoy today's episode? Please subscribe and leave a review. If you have questions, comments, or possible show topics, email runningischeaperthantherapyolb@gmail.com. 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

    Inside Tri Show
    Jack Schofield - the triathlete who photographs triathlon superstars

    Inside Tri Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 57:00


    Jack Schofield is a keen and very successful age group triathlete, having qualified for Kona 3 times. He also happens to be a keen and successful photographer. Having picked up a camera for the first time 3.5 years ago, he's gone on to produce content for numerous professional triathletes. Jack gives an insight into what goes on behind the lens. You'll hear: 11:00 Jack talks about how he felt a bit lost after studying architecture at University and how he wasn't sure what he wanted to do it, but how he started to use a camera at work 3.5 years ago which has developed into a successful photography business, including being Ruth Astle's photographer. 16:30 How Jack went from rowing into triathlon...and started straight away with Ironman Nice in 2015. He followed it up with Ironman Wales later that year. And that was it, I was hooked! He has qualified for Kona 3 times and will be racing Hawaii in 2022. "I raced in 2017 and had a shocker!" 23:00 Jack explains about the different projects he has on the go, including web design, triathlon photography, a book and wedding photography, but he doesn't want to be working in triathlon all of the time. 25:30 Jack talks about his dream to create content of people's adventures 29:10 Jack explains how he ended up becoming Ruth Astle's photographer and You Tube channel producer. "I owe Ruth a lot for believing that I can do it!" 32:30 Do Youtube channels really show the truth of professional athletes? 38:00 We talk about YouTube channels and constant photos, media and content that is generated for social media for professional athletes and brands. 44:00 The most annoying thing about taking a photo at a wedding Vc taking a wedding at a race 47:00 Why you shouldn't nick watermarked photos 51:00 Some top tips to take a decent photo when you're out training Find out more about this week's guests Jack Schofield https://www.instagram.com/jackyscho/ (Instagram) Two 26 Photography https://www.instagram.com/two26_photography/ (Instagram) Two26 Photography https://two26photography.co.uk/ (website) https://www.theroc.com/charity/ (MOVE Charity and Roc triathlon) Like what you heard? Let me know! Connect with Inside Tri Show across Social Media, just search Inside Tri Show or click on the icons below https://www.patreon.com/insidetrishow (GET YOUR HANDS ON AN EXCLUSIVE EPISODE!) Sign up to be a vino buddy or a training buddy on Patreon and get your hands on two patrons-only episodes a year. Or just support the show by buying Helen a coffee every month by https://www.patreon.com/insidetrishow (becoming a coffee buddy Patreon of the Inside Tri Show). Sponsors of the show Resilient Nutrition provide formulated products to improve your cognitive and physical performance. From phenomenally tasty Long Range Fuel nut butters, to delicious dark chocolate drink Switch On. Get 10% off by using the code insidetri10 or go direct https://resilientnutrition.com/discount/insidetri10 (via this link). Supporters of the show https://www.33fuel.com/ (33 Fuel) – natural and very yummy sports nutrition. Use the code INSIDETRI33 for a discount at checkout at https://www.33fuel.com/ (www.33fuel.com) You can also get a discount at komfuel.co.uk with the code insidetri For 10% off skin protection and sun cream, use insidetri at https://lifejacketskin.com/ (Life Jacket ) Find out more about Helen Head over to https://www.helenmurray.net/ (Helen's website) to find out more about her This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy

    Fitter & Faster by Triathlete
    Triathlete Hour: Siri Lindley Wants You to Live Your Absolute Best Life

    Fitter & Faster by Triathlete

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 78:46


    This week we have a deep and thought-provoking episode with Siri Lindley. The world champion talks to us about how to create the life you want for yourself and how to chase dreams that seem impossible, even how to turn something like living through leukemia into a positive in your life. First, before all that, some quick news: Today is our host, Kelly O'Mara's, last day at Triathlete. So we'll have one more short episode for you next week and then we'll be taking a break in August, but don't worry we hope to be back with some Triathlete Hour episodes after that break And to get us started Sid joins us for one more Sid Talks, where we dissect all things Commonwealth Games, two-day Kona, and all the women's sports news. RELATED: Siri Lindley Wins Her Greatest Battle—Recovery

    Next Level Soul with Alex Ferrari: A Spirituality & Personal Growth Podcast
    NLS 100: Why You Are Never Too Old To Change Your Life with Rich Roll

    Next Level Soul with Alex Ferrari: A Spirituality & Personal Growth Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 71:49


    If you need some inspiration in your life this is the episode for you. We have on the show podcast, author and one of the fittest men in the world Rich Roll. At age 40, and after years of struggling with drugs, alcohol, and unhealthy living, Rich dedicated his diet to plants and his body to purposeful action. Just two years later, he began clocking top finishes at Ultraman World Championships and leading a community of others looking to transform their lives.A graduate of Stanford University and Cornell Law School, Rich is a 55-year old, accomplished vegan ultra-endurance athlete and former entertainment attorney turned full-time wellness & plant-based nutrition advocate, popular public speaker, husband, father of 4 and inspiration to people worldwide as a transformative example of courageous and healthy living.In 2012, Rich became a #1 bestselling author with the publication of his inspirational memoir Finding Ultra: Rejecting Middle Age, Becoming One of the World's Fittest Men, and Discovering Myself.Taking up where the book leaves off, in 2013 Rich launched the wildly popular Rich Roll Podcast, which persistently sits atop the iTunes top-10 lists. In 2014, Rich & his wife Julie Piatt published the bestselling cookbook and lifestyle primer, The Plantpower Way: Whole Food Plant-Based Recipes And Guidance For The Whole Family.In May 2010, Rich and his ultra-colleague Jason Lester accomplished an unprecedented feat of staggering endurance many said was not possible. Something they call the EPIC5 CHALLENGE– an odyssey that entailed completing 5 ironman-distance triathlons on 5 islands of Hawaii in under a week. Commencing on Kauai, they travelled to Oahu, Molokai and Maui before finishing on the Big Island, following the course of the Ironman World Championships on the Kona coast.In addition, Rich has been a top finisher at the 2008 and 2009 Ultraman World Championships in Hawaii. Considered by many to be one of world's most daunting and grueling endurance races on the planet, Ultraman is a 3-day / 320 mile double-ironman distance triathlon that circumnavigates the entire Big Island. Limited to only 35 carefully selected invitation-only participants from all over the world, Day 1 involves a 6.2 mile ocean swim immediately followed by a 90 mile cross-country cycling race. Day 2 is a 170 mile cycling race. And the event culminates on Day 3 with a 52 mile double marathon run on the searing hot lava fields of the Kona coast.But what makes Rich truly remarkable is that less than two years prior to his first Ultraman, he didn't even own a bike, let alone race one.Although he competed as a butterfly swimmer at Stanford University in the late 80's, Rich's career was cut short by struggles with drugs and alcohol — an addiction that led him astray for the next decade, alienating friends, colleagues and family, landing him in jails, institutions and ultimately rehab at age 31. Although sober, Rich soon found himself 50 pounds overweight; the furthest thing from fit. Everything came to head on the eve of his 40th birthday. Defeated by a mere flight of stairs that left him buckled over in pain, he foresaw the almost certain heart attack looming in his near future."It was time for a major life change." – RICH ROLLThe day immediately following his staircase epiphany, Rich overhauled his diet, became a dedicated vegan, put on his running shoes and jumped back into the pool. It wasn't long before ambition took hold and his quest to participate in Ultraman slowly began. Two years later, 50 pounds lighter, and fueled by nothing but plants, he surprised the triathlon & ultra communities by not only becoming the first vegan to complete the 320-mile über-endurance event, but by finishing in the top 10 males (3rd fastest American) with the 2nd fastest swim split — all despite having never previously completed even a half-ironman distance triathlon.In 2009, Rich returned to Ultraman twice the athlete he was the year prior. Despite a stacked field, he took home first day honors with a blistering 2:21 swim victory (6th fastest of all time) and a third fastest bike leg to win the day with a 10 minute lead on the field. On Day 2 Rich suffered a serious bike crash but managed to salvage the day in 6th place overall. With an injured knee and shoulder Rich nonetheless went on to a 7:51 Day 3 double-marathon to hold onto 6th place overall.Rich's plant-fueled feats of boundary-pushing athleticism have been featured on CNN and major publications including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine, The Huffington Post, Stanford Magazine, Men's Health Living, VegNews, Triathlete, Outside, 3/GO Magazine and Men's Fitness Magazine, which named Rich as one of the “25 Fittest Men in the World.”I can't think of a better guest for our 100th episode of Next Level Soul. Enjoy my conversation with Rich Roll.

    Ideas & Beers
    #27 Madison Shaddick - The Ryan Stephens Podcast

    Ideas & Beers

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 101:31


    Maddie is a Yoga Teacher, Triathlete & Mindset Coach. She has won poll positions on multiple events, including Tenby Long Course Weekend and The Mumbles Centurion. On this podcast, Ryan and Maddie talk about Eating Disorders, Self-Healing, Boundaries, Consistency & Self-Love. Maddie runs an advice & guidance blog called The Mental Toolbox (@_TheMentalToolbox). Her yoga page is (@GetBentYoga_) and her personal page is (@MadisonShaddick).

    The TriDot Podcast
    18 Money-Saving Triathlon Hacks

    The TriDot Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 65:38 Very Popular


    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.

    The Working Triathlete Podcast
    Why Mental Training is Important for Triathletes with Jim Taylor, Ph.D. Psychology

    The Working Triathlete Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 63:27


    Episode 1 in our series with Dr. Jim Taylor, where we discuss why mental training is essential for success in triathlon and life. Dr. Jim Taylor is an internationally recognized authority on the psychology of endurance sports. Jim has been a consultant to USA Triathlon and several professional cycling teams and works with youth, age-group, and world-class endurance athletes in cycling, running, triathlon, swimming, and Nordic skiing. Dr. Taylor is the author of 18 books, including Train Your Mind for Athletic Success. He has appeared on Global Triathlon Network (GTN) and Global Cycling Network (GCN) and has contributed to Outside Magazine, Triathlete, and other publications. To learn more, visit drjimtaylor.com and his blog, Inside the Tri-Mind blog.

    Purple Patch Podcast
    Line Thams and PTSD - Navigating Adversity and Meeting Stress

    Purple Patch Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 58:35 Very Popular


    Matt welcomes Purple Patch Pro Athlete, Line Thams, to the Podcast. Thams is a professional triathlete from Denmark, focusing on short-course ITU racing. She sits down with Matt to provide insight into dealing with stress and adversity. Thams shares her own story of coping with family tragedy and trauma and how to leverage adversity to emerge stronger in sport and life. Over the last few years, Thams has had to navigate her mother's stroke and subsequent coma, her partner's battle with cancer, and the physical and emotional trauma of a major bike crash that crippled her confidence and almost ended her athletic career. Line frames her approach and the mindset she applies to move beyond the obstacles of the unexpected and provides valuable insight into formulating a plan of actionable steps towards recovery. It is an inspiring story of resilience for anyone looking to manage, control, and emerge from the sometimes overwhelming weight of stress in their life. Together, Matt and Line discuss the following themes: Learning to identify, accept and live with uncontrollables (19:50) “I've heard it's so unfair..that's probably also a lesson we can take out from this is that life is not always fair. And if we grip - dwell too much on feeling that we are in this unfair situation, at least for too long, then we will be blind on what we can actually do.” Enacting actionable behavior - adapting to the challenges Developing an adversity mindset - applying positive and productive energy (55:12)“There's a 99% likelihood it could be worse. And to quote Gary Vee, 1 billion people don't have access to clean water…I still wake up in a soft bed, I can make myself a triple Espresso from very good coffee machine, if that's what I want. My friends and family are here, I can go out and ride my bike with my teammates…But it could be worse and this too shall pass. c'est la vie and this too shall pass.” Avoiding stagnant thinking- refocusing perspective toward the positive. (47:30)“It only feels stressful, if I'm caught up in the future, or the past, because, you know, like either be worried about what we haven't done or being overwhelmed by how on earth, we're going to make it into the future that we aim for. And I think, like happiness is also about letting go of what you thought your life was supposed to be, and just embracing where you are right now. And I think if we're stressed, we're not actually present. And if we're not present, we can also not be, like, truly happy." The power of community - reaching out and letting others in Defining success in the face of adversity "(38:54)The road to success for me comes down to kind of the personal journey...on the journey, you will get tested and you will get challenges...when you meet the challenge...and look it in the eyes, then I also think that you will grow from it and you will better yourself. And to me that is success. Key lessons from Line's personal experiences - coming back from catastrophe More on Line Thams: - 3x podium at ITU Continental Cups, 2013-2014 - Bronze Grand Prix Embrun, 2015 - Danish Champion 2014-2017, 2021 - Vice World Champion Duathlon 2022 Episode Timestamps 0:02 - 03:45 Welcome and Episode Introduction 3:45 - The Meat and Potatoes - Line Thams: Navigating Adversity and Meeting Stress Purple Patch Video Podcast and More Purple Patch Coaching Consultation Training Camp - 2022 St.George Triathlon Camp The Purple Patch Center is Open - Learn More and Schedule a Visit Purple Patch and Episode Resources This episode is sponsored by our collaboration with INSIDE TRACKER. Inside Tracker and Purple Patch - Receive 20% off their services with code: PURPLEPATCHPRO20 Ask Matt Anything - Leave a voicemail question for Matt Learn more about Purple Patch Squad High-Performance Training Program Join Bike Squad - Don't just exercise and work out; learn to train with our structured online cycling program Join Run Squad - Increase your running performance through our progressive, multi-sport approach to running Learn more about Purple Patch Fully Customized 1:1 Coaching Learn more about Purple Patch Strength Programming Purple Patch Swim Analysis Stay Up-to-Date with Purple Patch News and Events Purple Patch Upcoming Webinars and Events

    The Triathlete Hour
    Triathlete Hour: The PTO Canada Open Show

    The Triathlete Hour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 39:00


    This week we're doing a quick recap from the ground in Edmonton on the exciting brand new PTO Canada Tour race. Sid gives us the behind-the-scenes scoop, and we debate what was good, what could be improved, and what we'd like to see in the future. Then we break down the Collins Cup picks and try to explain the appeal of the Commonwealth Games. We'll be back next week with a regular interview, stay tuned. RELATED: Is the 100K the Perfect Race Distance?

    Fitter & Faster by Triathlete
    Triathlete Hour: The PTO Canada Open Show

    Fitter & Faster by Triathlete

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 39:00


    This week we're doing a quick recap from the ground in Edmonton on the exciting brand new PTO Canada Tour race. Sid gives us the behind-the-scenes scoop, and we debate what was good, what could be improved, and what we'd like to see in the future. Then we break down the Collins Cup picks and try to explain the appeal of the Commonwealth Games. We'll be back next week with a regular interview, stay tuned. RELATED: Is the 100K the Perfect Race Distance?

    Simon Ward, The Triathlon Coach Podcast Channel
    Guiding a visually impaired triathlete at the Commonwealth Games * Duncan Shea Simmonds and Iain Dawson

    Simon Ward, The Triathlon Coach Podcast Channel

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 101:31


    Here's a challenge for you. Put on a blindfold and then ask a friend to run with you. I guarantee that you'll find it incredibly stressful! Now imagine swimming, biking, and running not just the two of you but with other competitors around you. Finally, imagine doing this at a pace that will allow you to break a world record or win a world championship medal.  Guiding a visually impaired triathlete doesn't just mean having great fitness. It also requires great communication skills and the ability to build trust with your partner. Today's guest is Duncan Shea Simmonds. Duncan has been guiding for several years firstly with Haseeb Ahmed, and more recently with Iain Dawson who also joins us on today's show. Iain is a B3 visually impaired athlete and Duncan is his guide. In a few days' time they will be racing for Team England at the Para Commonwealth Games in the PTVI category. It's super exciting for both as it's their first time competing at the Commonwealth Games. I've known Duncan for a long time so firstly we catch up about his triathlon career to date and some of our shared experiences, and then how he got into the guiding role. In the second half, Iain joins us for a 3-way discussion on how it all works. There's more to it than you might think. We talk about: Average age grouper to Commonwealth Games Skills and tactics required for guiding Trust and communication If you'd like to follow Duncan on social media he tends to hang out at the following places: Instagram @dss123 Twitter @dss123   Duncan also recommended this book by one of the triathlon legends: Scott Tinley - "Racing the Sunset”  - An athlete's quest for life after sport   Please CLICK HERE to watch a video of Duncan and Iain swimming. You can see exactly how synchronised they are.  To download your FREE case study on how to excel at your first Ironman, please CLICK HERE Join our SWAT/High Performance Human tribe now, with a happiness guarantee! Join SWAT/High Performance Human tribe here Purchase a copy of my High Performance Human e-book featuring more than 30 top tips on how to upgrade your life. If you would like to help offset the cost of our podcast production, we would be so grateful.  Please click here to support the HPH podcast.  Thank you! Visit Simon's website for more information about his coaching programmes.  Links to all of Simon's social media channels can be found here.  For any questions please email Beth@TheTriathlonCoach.com.

    Triathlon Taren Podcast
    8 Triathlon Tips From a Successful Beginner Triathlete

    Triathlon Taren Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 11:38


    Joanne Courtney is a world champion and Olympian curler who just retired and has decided to become a beginner triathlete. She just completed the sprint distance PTO Canadian Open in a time of 1:14 which is a fantastic performance for someone competing in their first triathlon. Joanne couldn't swim several months ago, didn't own a bike, but ran a few half marathons in her life, now it's time to step up to the half-Ironman triathlon distance. Joanne Courtney's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joannecourtney89/ Get a personalized endurance training plan with our app: https://mymottiv.com SPONSOR: Athleticgreens.com/taren

    Mikkipedia
    Dan Plews returns with his views on sodium intake and his experience on animal based nutrition

    Mikkipedia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 68:26


    This week on the podcast Mikki speaks to returning guest Dr Dan Plews about his recent foray into an animal-based nutrition approach, the importance of sodium for performance (and Dan's recommendations for those headed into the hot summer of training, or Kona for Hawaii Ironman) and his most recent paper that talks about the importance of habitual dietary fat intake for fat metabolism (outside of pre-training nutrition strategies)Dan Plews is an Applied Sport Scientist, Researcher, Coach and competitive Triathlete. As an applied Sports Scientist, Dan has worked closely with athletes who have won more than 25 World and Olympic titles in sports including rowing, kayak and triathlon. Dan was part of Rowing New Zealand's preparations for both 2012 and 2016 in Olympic Games as a Sports Scientist.As a Researcher Dan has a PhD in Exercise Physiology with a particular interest in heart rate variability and 30 peer reviewed publications to his name. As a Coach, Dan has coached three professional Ironman Triathletes to sub 8 hour times including Terenzo Bozzone, Jan Van Berkel and Tim Van Berkel.  Recently Dan founded endureiq.com an online learning hub for anyone interested in optimal long course Triathlon performance and a third course to go live is all about heat training and acclimation. He was also the high performance manager for the recently successful Team New Zealand bid for the America's Cup.Dan Plews: https://www.endureiq.com/about-usEndure IQ: https://www.endureiq.com/Contact Mikki:https://mikkiwilliden.com/https://www.facebook.com/mikkiwillidennutritionhttps://www.instagram.com/mikkiwilliden/https://linktr.ee/mikkiwillidenSave 20% on all NuZest Products with the code MIKKI20 at www.nuzest.co.nz and www.nuzest.com.auSave 30% on Hoka One One with the code TEAMMIKKI at www.Hoka.co.nz

    The TriDot Podcast
    Skincare for Triathletes: Conquering Chafing and Blisters

    The TriDot Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 65:27 Very Popular


    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

    TriVelo Coaching
    The Ultimate Cyclist Checklist

    TriVelo Coaching

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 52:01


    What does it take to get the most of your cycling? Today we're going through a checklist of the top 30 things you need to do to become the complete cyclist. If you can confidently say you tick off these things, you can be sure you are getting the most out of yourself as an athlete. Timestamp: 00:00 - Introduction 00:50 - Gratitude 03:30 - Tour de France Predictions 12:40 - The Ultimate Cycling Checklist 12:58 - The Ultimate Training Program 22:34 - Training Specificity Perspective 30:22 - Equipment 34:45 - Race Success Plan 49:00 - Summary The Get Fast Podcast is brought to you by TriVelo Coaching, where we help triathletes and cyclists like you, Train Smarter to Race Faster. Your hosts are Australian Triathlon Ironman Champion and HEAD COACH of TriVelo Coaching Gerard Donnelly, and his son Jordan Donnelly. If you want to learn how to TRAIN SMARTER and RACE FASTER, you can join our weekly coaching email, just go to: getfastpodcast.com Some of you might already be in there, but many of you won't be and so this is our official invitation for you to come and join our free community: www.facebook.com/groups/trivelocoaching Check us out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trivelocoaching/ Want access to Gerard's Famous Monthly Coaching Newsletter? Go here: https://www.trivelocoachingprogram.com/memos Disclaimer: The Content in this podcast is in no way intended to be medical advice, treatment or diagnoses. None of our Content is intended to imply that any products mentioned, remedies or information provided are intended to prevent, diagnose, cure or alleviate a disease, ailment, defect or injury or should be used for therapeutic purposes. The Content is intended to assist you with running, cycling, swimming or triathlon and should not be substituted for medical advice by your healthcare professional. We do not accept any liability for any injury, loss, or damage incurred by the use or reliance on our Content.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Triathlon Nutrition Academy
    What's the best protein powder for triathletes?

    Triathlon Nutrition Academy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 18:14


    Not all protein powders are created equal. But what one is the best for endurance athletes? As a Dietitian, I definitely have a food-first philosophy. It is incredibly easy to get enough protein from your diet without the need to supplement. But there are some situations where a protein powder MAY be useful for certain athletes. If you're thinking about using protein powder, the three questions you need to ask yourself are:1. Why am I using this?2. Is it safe?3. Is it necessary?It's all too easy to get caught up in clever marketing and the popular opinion that supplements are needed for optimal performance! Once you've answered these questions, the next step is choosing the best protein powder for you. In a very saturated market, what should you look for when buying a protein powder? All of these questions have been answered for you in this week's episode! Tune in to find out!LINKS:Discount Codes:Use code TNA to get 10% off Pro4manceGet 10% off VPAJoin the Dietitian Approved Crew Facebook Group to catch me LIVE on Coffee & Questions. On the first Thursday of every month at 8:30am AEST (Brisbane time). Come and pick my Advanced Sports Dietitian brain on anything endurance nutrition-related.Learn more about the Triathlon Nutrition Academy Program: www.dietitianapproved.com/academyInstagram: @Dietitian.Approved  @triathlonnutritionacademyFacebook: https://wwww.facebook.com/DietitianApprovedThe Triathlon Nutrition Academy is a podcast by Dietitian Approved Website: www.dietitianapproved.comSupport the show

    The Triathlete Hour
    Triathlete Hour: We've Been Approaching Mental Health In Tri All Wrong

    The Triathlete Hour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 78:07


    Welcome to the Triathlete Hour. This week's episode is one I think will hit home for a lot of triathletes. We're talking to mental health researcher and ultra runner and triathlete herself, Jill Colangelo. Jill started studying the link between mental health and endurance sports after she found herself overtrained, with no answers for what drives a regular athlete to train themselves to that point. What she found may sound familiar to many of you. And now, more recently, she's been talking to other triathletes who have been diagnosed with ADHD or autism, and the overlapping symptoms of both, and trying to understand why there is so much overlap with triathlon and what triathlon can do to be more welcoming to neurodiverse athletes. It's a fascinating episode, with lots of good information. But first Sid & I preview the PTO's Canada Open this week and take bets on who will make it with all of their equipment intact. (One quick note: After we recorded it was announced that Olympic gold medalist Alistair Brownlee would be joining the start list.) We'll have all the previews later this week, but you can see all the action live on Outside Watch. Read some of Jill's articles here: Losing Focus? Feeling Grumpy? You Might Be Overtrained Stress Can Cancel Out Your Fitness What's It Like to Be A Triathlete with Autism Spectrum Disorder or ADHD? Jill Colangelo is a writer and researcher of mental health and ultra endurance sport. She has a BA and ALM in psychology and is a former triathlete and ultramarathoner.  This episode was brought to you by Hammerhead. Now, Triathlete Hour listeners get exclusive, limited time offer—a free heart rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit hammerhead.io, put both products in your cart, and use promo code TRIATHLETEHOUR at checkout to get yours today.

    BEYOND BARRIERS
    Episode 222: Thriving in the Face of Life's Challenges with Wendy Berger, CEO and Founder of WBS Equities, LLC

    BEYOND BARRIERS

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 45:42


    Wendy Berger is a serial entrepreneur. For reasons she can't even explain, Wendy grew up wanting to be president of a bank. Her journey has led her down the path to where she finds herself today as CEO and Founder of WBS Equities, LLC. Wendy used to always focus on the end result, but now she enjoys the journey. She learned this in part from the traumatic losses of her brother and then her husband three years later. Mary didn't allow the tragedy of their deaths to go in vain, instead she learned and developed the strength and tools for the successes she acquired to date. In this episode, Wendy also shares with us her ideas around “big thinking” and the courage it takes to make significant moves in life and business. She's a curious businesswoman who now focuses on real estate and the cannabis industry, for which she serves on an executive board. And, if that isn't impressive enough, she is an avid athlete who has completed 38 triathlons! Take a few minutes to tune in  and learn the tips and tools Wendy regularly shares with her many mentees. Visit https://www.iambeyondbarriers.com where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Wendy.   Highlights:  [02:31] Wendy's journey to where she is today  [07:18] Pushing through fear and self-doubt [13:35] Tools Wendy uses to think big [20:47] How to ask others for help [25:56] How to have confidence and promote yourself [30:24] What to do when facing a difficult day [37:05] Advice Wendy gives her mentees [40:25] Lightning round questions   Quotes: “It takes retraining our minds to be courageous enough to let go of our fears.” – Wendy Berger “Big thinking precedes great accomplishments.” – Wendy Berger “Each day is focused on what am I doing to help other women succeed.” – Wendy Berger “Place yourself in the middle of interesting conversations.” – Wendy Berger Lightning Round Questions:   What book has greatly influenced you?  “Churchill and the Jews: A Lifelong Friendship” by Winston Churchill (and another great one about triathlons) What is your favorite inspiring quote or saying?  “For the dead and the living, we must bear witness.” – Elie Wiesel  What is one word or moniker you would use to describe yourself?  Curious What is one change you've implanted that made your life better?  I stopped feeling my soul with food. What power song would you want playing as you walk out onto a stage?  “Steady Pull” by Jonatha Brooke or “Cool Change” by Little River Band   About Wendy Berger: Wendy is CEO and Founder of WBS Equities, LLC, a company she founded in 2004. WBS Equities specializes in ground-up construction, renovation, development, sale lease back transactions and acquisition of industrial buildings for food and beverage manufacturers and distributors. She has grown the business into a nationally recognized leader in this niche area within industrial real estate development and acquisitions. In addition to the firm's focus on real estate development for food and beverage manufacturers and distributors, Wendy has over 30 years' experience in real estate brokerage, real estate finance and structuring complex real estate transactions.  Wendy is also a serial entrepreneur. Outside of WBS Equities, LLC, Wendy brings decades of experience in strategic planning, execution, and exits for rapid growth start-ups. She loves being a part of the explosive growth phase of companies and working alongside founders to provide strategic leadership and guidance to help create dynamic and forward-thinking organizations.  Wendy serves on the Board of Directors of Green Thumb Industries, Inc. (GTI) (CSE: GTII) (OTC: GTBIF). Green Thumb is a national cannabis consumer packaged goods company and retailer, is dedicated to providing dignified access to cannabis while giving back to the communities in which they serve. Green Thumb manufactures and distributes a portfolio of branded cannabis products including Beboe, Dogwalkers, Dr. Solomon's, incredibles, Rythm and The Feel Collection. The company also owns and operates rapidly growing national retail cannabis stores called Rise™ and Essence. Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Green Thumb has 16 manufacturing facilities, 75 retail locations, licenses for 111 retail locations and operations across 15 U.S. states. Established in 2014, Green Thumb employs over 4,000 people and serves thousands of patients and customers each year.  In 2000, Wendy was employee number 11 at Orbitz, the Travel web site founded by Continental, American, Northwest, Delta, and United Airlines. Wendy was Director of the Enterprise Planning at Orbitz and focused on strategic planning. Prior to Orbitz, Wendy co-founded and was COO of Neoglyphics Media Corporation in 1994, which was one of the country's first web site development firms.  Wendy began her career at American National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago (a subsidiary of First Chicago, now JP Morgan Chase) in Commercial Lending. Wendy spent several years as a principal with Berger Realty Group, an 80-year- old family-owned Real Estate business where she focused on residential and industrial property management and development.  Wendy earned her MBA in Finance and Real Estate from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Business. She received a B.S., cum laude, in Finance and Marketing from Syracuse University. Wendy was a participant in the 2011 class of Leadership Greater Chicago. Wendy serves on the Board of directors of the Jewish Federation/Jewish United Fund of Chicago (2001 – 2007, and 2009 – present). Wendy served as the 2019 General Campaign Chair for the Jewish United Fund of Chicago and currently Chairs the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC). Wendy also serves on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Chicago Public Library Foundation Board (2016 – present). Wendy served on the Board of TEDxMidwest from 2010 - 2012. Other activities include the Wexner Heritage Program, Board Member Vice-President, and Membership Chair at The Standard Club of Chicago (1994 – 2004). Wendy is a member of the Economic Club of Chicago and served as the chair of the Real Estate Membership Committee. In 2014, Wendy co-founded Illinois Women in Cannabis (IWC). IWC connects, educates, mentors, and supports Illinois women of all ages and backgrounds in order to maximize their opportunities in the emerging Illinois cannabis industry. In 2021 Wendy joined the Board of Directors of The Secure Community Network, the official safety and security network of the Jewish Community in North America.  Wendy is an avid Triathlete, having completed 39 Olympic distance triathlons and 13 half marathons. Wendy actively mentor's young women, helping to guide them through the challenges of leadership and development. Wendy is a frequent speaker on Cannabis related real estate, industrial real estate, and the Cannabis industry and on Women's leadership roles.   Links:   Website: https://wbsequities.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wendy-berger-53157a10/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/wbsequities Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wendyaberger/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wendybshap 

    Fitter & Faster by Triathlete
    Triathlete Hour: We've Been Approaching Mental Health In Tri All Wrong

    Fitter & Faster by Triathlete

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 78:07


    Welcome to the Triathlete Hour. This week's episode is one I think will hit home for a lot of triathletes. We're talking to mental health researcher and ultra runner and triathlete herself, Jill Colangelo. Jill started studying the link between mental health and endurance sports after she found herself overtrained, with no answers for what drives a regular athlete to train themselves to that point. What she found may sound familiar to many of you. And now, more recently, she's been talking to other triathletes who have been diagnosed with ADHD or autism, and the overlapping symptoms of both, and trying to understand why there is so much overlap with triathlon and what triathlon can do to be more welcoming to neurodiverse athletes. It's a fascinating episode, with lots of good information. But first Sid & I preview the PTO's Canada Open this week and take bets on who will make it with all of their equipment intact. (One quick note: After we recorded it was announced that Olympic gold medalist Alistair Brownlee would be joining the start list.) We'll have all the previews later this week, but you can see all the action live on Outside Watch. Read some of Jill's articles here: Losing Focus? Feeling Grumpy? You Might Be Overtrained Stress Can Cancel Out Your Fitness What's It Like to Be A Triathlete with Autism Spectrum Disorder or ADHD? Jill Colangelo is a writer and researcher of mental health and ultra endurance sport. She has a BA and ALM in psychology and is a former triathlete and ultramarathoner.  This episode was brought to you by Hammerhead. Now, Triathlete Hour listeners get exclusive, limited time offer—a free heart rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit hammerhead.io, put both products in your cart, and use promo code TRIATHLETEHOUR at checkout to get yours today.

    BE with Champions
    Magnus Ditlev - Pro Triathlete

    BE with Champions

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 64:48


    Show Sponsor AnyQuestion - anyquestion.com   Support the show at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=26936856 "The Greg Bennett Show"     Magnus Ditlev   Timestamps 2:55 - Interview starts 4:18 - The week in detail after winning in Roth. 8:45 - How the sponsorship with Scott bikes came about. 11:22 - Magnus explains (in detail) how his mental strength has been challenged in the 2022 season so far ... from Miami, to Ironman Texas, to last weekend. 22:18 - The preparation for Roth included altitude tents. Magnus explains all the training and reasons behind his preparation for Roth (and beyond) 24:48 - Having the right mindset prior to big races is imperative. Magnus was quietly confident he could run a 2:40 and he believed he could fight for the win. 26:10 - Magnus breaks down his strategy for the race. 29:59 - Magnus describes the intense battle within the race with Jan Frodeno. Focus on the process not the outcome 37:00 - It's a long way to run 38kms on your own and ensure you stay competitive. Magnus describes his mental process while he pushed his body to the limit and the calculation he made on how Patrick Lange would need to run to catch him. 39:42 - Greg 'rewinds the clock' with Magnus and uncovers his introduction to the sport of triathlon and his early sporting influences. 43:56 - Magnus completed his first triathlon in 2015 and from there started training more and more on his own before he realised he would pursue a pro career. 49:50 - Magnus describes the low points in his career over the past few years and how he has set his mindset to ensure he remained focused and disciplined to achieve and succeed. 53:07 - Greg and Magnus discuss the methodology behind his altitude tent training and acclimation. 59:13 - We finish up with some Rapid Fire questions. 1:04:10 - Interview concludes.   Links Be sure and check out bennettendurance.com Find Greg on social media: Twitter Greg Bennett Show Instagram The Greg Bennett Show   Find Magnus Ditlev on social media: Instagram: Magnus Ditlev Facebook: Magnus Ditlev

    Find Your Edge
    9 Tips for Successful Open Water Swimming

    Find Your Edge

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 22:09


    Are you ready for your next triathlon, SwimRun or open water swim? You've been putting in hours at the pool, refining your technique, improving efficiency, and gaining endurance and speed. Now it's time to transition to the open water. Here are 9 tips to get you into the lake or ocean successfully while conserving energy and boosting your confidence Coach Chris and The Endurance Edge.   Support the show

    Purple Patch Podcast
    227 Halfway There (Part 2) - Endurance and Triathlon Performance Lessons from 2022 So Far

    Purple Patch Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 36:36 Very Popular


    In part 2 of our observations and lessons of 2022 so far, Matt takes a step beyond life performance and focuses on endurance sports and triathlon performance. After two years without specific goal-driven events to anchor training to, many athletes are either searching to build on the positive adaptions made during the shutdown or are looking to get their training back on track. Matt shares key insights on the habits born during the lull of the past two years and offers an approach to adapting the "pandemic training plan" to the new normal we face as the demands of life build momentum. Matt explores five main observations and lessons of 2022 to help you plot your second half of the year of performance as key races loom. Failures to Perform in Context: Adapting the training approach to the demands of life. (11:26) “we're really starting to see way too many athletes for my liking, that are looking to maintain the same let's call it pandemic training program, under the context of an environment in where the total stress accumulation from the other aspects of life is simply too high." The Fueling and Hydration Revolution: Finding the caloric mix and fluid balance that works for you. The Power of the Soul Filler: Fitting me-time into your training program (20:48) “Have a certain percentage of your training, actually play a role in life as a decompressor. A little bit of me-time, a little bit of protected time where you do something that's enjoyable...and while you're doing it, you're very gently building cardiovascular conditioning, muscular tissue resilience, et cetera, et cetera." The Performance Train is Leaving the Station: Choosing to adapt, evolve and avoid failed approaches. (27:28) “I think it's time to adapt your approach, draw the lessons of the last couple of years that were full of horror, and angst and anxiety, but also a great opportunity to imprint some really positive habits and a more pragmatic and smart approach to your overall training." We Are Social Beings: Feeding off the desire to improve. The goal of this episode is to help you approach the second half of the year with renewed vigor and a foundation for building healthy and positive adaptations in a time-starved life. Episode Timestamps 0:00-03:14 Introduction 3:20-6:13 Matt's News-ings 6:24-8:09 Word of the Week Purple Patch Video Podcast and More IOG Bike Fitting at The Purple Patch Center Sports Medicine Institute Services at The Purple Patch Center FREE Webinar - IRONMAN & IM70.3 in 8-14hrs/Week with FREE Roadmap PDF resources Purple Patch Coaching Consultation Training Camp - 2022 St.George Triathlon Camp The Purple Patch Center is Open - Learn More and Schedule a Visit Purple Patch Website and Newsletter 8:15-The Meat and Potatoes: Halfway There (Part 2) - Endurance and Triathlon Performance Lessons from 2022 So Far Purple Patch and Episode Resources This episode is sponsored by our collaboration with INSIDE TRACKER. Inside Tracker and Purple Patch - Receive 20% off their services with code: PURPLEPATCHPRO20 Ask Matt Anything - Leave a voicemail question for Matt Learn more about Purple Patch Squad High-Performance Training Program Join Bike Squad - Don't just exercise and work out; learn to train with our structured online cycling program Join Run Squad - Increase your running performance through our progressive, multi-sport approach to running Learn more about Purple Patch Fully Customized 1:1 Coaching Learn more about Purple Patch Strength Programming Purple Patch Swim Analysis Stay Up-to-Date with Purple Patch News and Events Purple Patch Upcoming Webinars and Events

    Chip Time
    S2 Ep. 14: Deconstructing the Limitations of the Mind with Triathlete Wayne Stewart

    Chip Time

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 63:49


    Wayne Stewart is a triathlete who lives and trains in Wyoming primarily for ultra-endurance events. He recently completed an Ironman 70.3 in June and plans to run a 50-mile trail ultramarathon next. Wayne was high school teammates with Scotty for one year, so the boys reminisce the glory days. Beyond competition, our biggest takeaway is that the only limitation you have is in your mind. It's up to you to believe in yourself. Contact the show: chiptimepod@gmail.com. Leave a 5-star rating on Apple or Spotify if you enjoyed. Pick up a copy of Shoe Dog by Phil Knight if you'd like to be a part of the Chip Time book club. Shop my Favorite 100% Science-Backed Amino Acid Supplements Enter Code "CHIPTIME " To Save 30% ► aminoco.com/CHIPTIME

    Inside Sports Nutrition
    Taren Gesell, Journey from investment advisor to triathlete and more - Ep. #33

    Inside Sports Nutrition

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