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Q&A #4 - Stretching post-exercise, the best-kept triathlon cross-training secret, and lactate testing

10/18/2018
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Q&A #4 - Stretching post-exercise, the best-kept triathlon cross-training secret, and lactate testing Is there a place for stretching post-exercise? What does the science say? If you stretch post-exercise, is there a difference in after which workouts you should do it? The best triathlon cross-training method - that almost nobody knows about! Is it worth it to get a lactate test? LINKS AND RESOURCES: That Triathlon Show website Coaching Training Plans Impact of stretching on...

Duration:00:31:43

Sprint Interval Training with Jerome Koral | EP#151

10/15/2018
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Sprint interval training consists of 4-7 all out efforts of typically 30 seconds, followed by 4 minutes recovery. Jerome Koral has researched this kind of training, and the results of his studies indicate that it may be one of the most under utilised types of training around, that more triathletes should tap into. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: Specific sprint interval training (SIT) protocolsHow effective is SIT at improving Time Trial performance, Time-To-Exhaustion, Maximum...

Duration:00:41:54

Q&A #3 - The validity of 80-20, how easy is easy, and different types of interval workouts

10/11/2018
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Q&A #3 - The validity of 80-20, how easy is easy, and different types of interval workouts. How easy should your easy training be? Should 80% of your training really be very easy? It's not as clear cut as it's sometimes made out to be In a given time period, should you focus on improving one particular type of interval workouts, or should you mix and match different types of workouts. LINKS AND RESOURCES: That Triathlon Show website Coaching Training Plans Quality over quantity...

Duration:00:27:46

Case Study: 10:30 at Challenge Roth on 10 hours of training per week with Petri Karvinen | EP#150

10/8/2018
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Petri Karvinen is an age-group triathlete from Finland. In this episode we discuss his build-up to Challenge Roth in 2018, where he was limited to 10 hours of training per week but still managed a very strong 10:30 finishing time. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: Petri's training approach leading up to Challenge Roth (full distance triathlon)A typical 10-hour training week for PetriFocusing on staying healthy, recovering well, and sleeping well and enoughUsing STAC's Virtual Wind...

Duration:00:44:39

Q&A #2 - Back to back workouts and low-cadence bike training

10/4/2018
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Q&A #2 - Back to back workouts and low-cadence bike training. How to approach doing workouts back to back (e.g.) morning swim immediately followed by a bike workout. How should you adjust the intensity, duration, or nutrition for back to back workouts Is low-cadence cycling really effective? In training and/or racing? The physiology of low- and high-cadence cycling? What the research says about the effectiveness of including low-cadence training on the bike LINKS AND RESOURCES: That...

Duration:00:31:47

Triathlon race planning with David Tilbury-Davis | EP#149

10/1/2018
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Coach David Tilbury-Davis shares the process of creating a triathlon race plan. Going through the race planning process and doing your homework can be the difference between having a real shocker or your best triathlon ever. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: What elements go into a good race plan?Pacing for the bike and the runPlanning your nutritionPlanning for the environment and weather conditionsPreparing for the mental battle in your headWhen and how should you adapt your plan on...

Duration:01:07:45

Beginner Tip 37 - Bike Speed and Momentum

9/27/2018
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Beginner Tip 37 - Bike Speed and Momentum. On this week's episode: The power-cost of accelerating vs. maintaining speed Speed and momentum uphill, into headwinds, and coming out of corners The best way to accelerate up to speed Burning matches Conserving energy LINKS AND RESOURCES: 19-week Strength Training Program for Triathlon (coupon code "LAUNCH" for 60% off until 30 September) That Triathlon Show website Beginner Training Plans Coaching Triathlon Strength Training in 2018 -...

Duration:00:16:16

Periodisation Theory: Confronting and Inconvenient Truth with John Kiely | EP#148

9/24/2018
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Triathlon periodisation and periodisation in general is tradition-driven more than evidence-led. John Kiely is a researcher on the one hand and a coach and practitioner on the other, and today he explains why periodisation is no holy grail, and certainly not backed by the scientific research. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -The flaws in the available research on periodisation, and the incorrect conclusions drawn from these flaws -The importance of buy-in and the psycho-emotional...

Duration:00:56:42

Q&A #1 - Consistency and TSS, heart rate in intervals, and the utility of long slow distance rides and and race-pace training

9/20/2018
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Does consistency imply that Training Stress Score (TSS) should be relatively similar from week to week?How can/should TSS change over the course of the year/season?Should I run intervals to heart rate in hot conditions?Do I, or how often do I need to do long, slow, over-distance rides in half Ironman training?Do I need to do any run training at race intensity when preparing for a half Ironman?

Duration:00:30:35

LCHF and fat adaptation in triathlon with Jesse Kropelnicki and Steph Lowe | EP#147

9/17/2018
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Jesse Kropelnicki and Steph Lowe discuss LCHF for triathletes and endurance athletes. This interview highlights that there's not just one way to skin a cat with LCHF. Different triathletes will fall on different points on the spectrum of LCHF. The approaches of Jesse and Steph differ mostly in that Jesse prescribes a train-high, race-high approach, whereas Steph prescribes training low and racing moderately high. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: Steph's approach to LCHF (low-carb,...

Duration:01:03:12

Beginner Tip 36 - 7 Common Strength Training Mistakes

9/13/2018
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Beginner Tip 36 - 7 Common Strength Training Mistakes. On this week's episode: Not having a purposeful plan Joining irrelevant classes Poor form and technique Not lifting heavy enough Insufficient recovery between sets Poor post-workout and daily fueling and nutrition Not tracking progress LINKS AND RESOURCES: That Triathlon Show website Beginner Training Plans Coaching Triathlon Strength Training in 2018 - The Definitive GuideThe Triathlete's Strength Training Formula |...

Duration:00:19:20

​Designing interval training part 2: Ten MORE things you have to know | EP#146

9/10/2018
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Do you know how to deliberately structure your interval workouts to achieve specific physiological outcomes and maximise the benefits of the hard work you put in? If not, it's time to get started, and this episode will be your guide. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -How to manipulate long and short interval variables to optimise anaerobic energy contribution -How to manipulate long and short interval variables to neuromuscular and musculoskeletal load -Example workouts and their...

Duration:00:52:52

Beginner Tip 35 - 6 Common Run Technique Mistakes

9/6/2018
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Beginner Tip 35 - 6 Common Run Technique Mistakes. On this week's episode: Yearly assessment by a physical therapist Overstriding Sinking into each step Arm action Tensions Breathing LINKS AND RESOURCES: That Triathlon Show website Beginner Training Plans Coaching Beginner Tip 5 - Getting started with Run Training Beginner Tip 34 - 5 Common Bike Technique Mistakes Beginner Tip 34 - 5 Common Swim Technique Mistakes All running-related That Triathlon Show episodes on one...

Duration:00:17:02

Case Study: Sub-9 Ironman on low-volume, high-quality training with Carl Brümmer | EP#145

9/3/2018
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Carl Brümmer is a 49-year old age-group triathlete from Sweden. On a training volume of 10 hours or less per week, he has managed several sub-9-hour Ironman results and has multiple Ironman age group victories to his name. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Carl's approach to high-quality, low-volume training -His typical training week -How to stay fast as you approach 50 years of age -Carl's top tips for other age-group triathletes -Time management...

Duration:00:58:41

Beginner Tip 34 - 5 Common Bike Technique Mistakes

8/30/2018
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Beginner Tip 34 - 5 Common Bike Technique Mistakes. On this week's episode: Bike Fit Unnecessary muscle tensions Rocking the upper body Bike handling - cornering and descending Breathing LINKS AND RESOURCES: That Triathlon Show website Beginner Training Plans Coaching Beginner Tip 4 - Getting started with Bike Training Beginner Tip 15 - The 7 Best Investments for Beginner Triathletes SPONSORS: Precision Hydration - One-size doesn't fit all when it comes to hydration. Take...

Duration:00:17:11

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) - Applications and Insights in 2018 and Beyond with Marco Altini | EP#144

8/27/2018
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How should triathletes, runners, cyclists and other athletes use and apply heart rate variability (HRV) in practice, to actually improve their response to training? And what other insights are there to be gained from measuring HRV? Data scientist Marco Altini, founder of HRV4Training, has the answers. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: The main practical applications of HRV and how to use it to guide training and recovery needs Short-term (daily) vs. long-term (7-day rolling average)...

Duration:00:54:21

Beginner Tip 33 - 5 Common Swim Technique Mistakes

8/23/2018
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Beginner Tip 33 - 5 Common Swim Technique Mistakes. On this week's episode: Breathing Head position Body position and posture Stroke rhythm Stroke direction and trajectory LINKS AND RESOURCES: That Triathlon Show website Beginner Training Plans Coaching Training plan, coaching, and product bundle GIVEAWAY Beginner Tip 3 - Troubleshooting Swim Technique and Swim Training SPONSORS: Precision Hydration - One-size doesn't fit all when it comes to hydration. Take Precision...

Duration:00:18:32

Effective run training and race planning using the Stryd running power meter with Matt Bevil | EP#143

8/20/2018
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Learn how to train more effectively using running power meters and how to race better with proper power planning in this interview with Matt Bevil, Director of Coaching at Stryd. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: How to train at the right intensity using power. Not in the right zone, but at the right intensity. How to perform better on race day using power data in your race planning and execution. Using Leg Spring Stiffness (LSS) to identify fatigue, and its application for injury...

Duration:00:51:28

Beginner Tip 32 - 3 Rules For Planning Your Training Week

8/16/2018
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Beginner Tip 32 - 3 Rules For Planning Your Training Week. On this week's episode: Spread out your rest days Spread out workouts in each discipline Spread out hard days and easy days LINKS AND RESOURCES: That Triathlon Show website Beginner Training Plans Coaching Training plan, coaching, and product bundle GIVEAWAY The Beginner's Guide to Training Plans | EP#84 Beginner Tip 7 - Training for a Sprint Distance Triathlon Beginner Tip 8 - Training for an Olympic Distance...

Duration:00:11:49

How to DREAM Big and achieve your goals and dreams with Ian Hacon | EP#142

8/13/2018
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Ian Hacon is an age-group triathlete and CEO turned energy coach and business owner with the dream to qualify for the Ironman World Championships in Kona. To do so, he needs to shave more than two hours from his current best Ironman time (12:18). In this case study, he explains how he will accomplish this using a system he calls DREAM. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Dream it - painting the canvas -Routines - including the importance of sleep -Effort - nobody said it would be...

Duration:00:51:12