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For the Love of Tri - Laura Philipp (S4E6)

In this international episode we talk to 8x 70.3 champion & third place finisher at 70.3 World Champs, Laura Philipp from Germany. Laura talks about how she got into the sport, her unusual strength routine and Team Erdinger Alkoholfrei. Laura's infectious love for mountain biking made Alyssa consider hitting the trails, Haley flies to London "during" the episode and a mailbag question about stepping up from Olympic to 70.3 distance. Plus, nude shower patrols in Iceland and Feisty Blend...


Ahead of the Curve - Heather Wurtele (S4E5)

From an RV park in Utah, Heather Wurtele joins Alyssa and Haley for a chat about life on the road, sponsorship and being tall. Heather has won so many 70.3s in her career that we found it hard to keep track. 18? 20? More? Hear about how Heather overcame assumptions and ran fast anyway and how her and husband Trevor get ahead of social trends (Spoiler alert: it's their cat). Plus, Alyssa and Haley's book recommendations, we announce our February prize winner and Alyssa buys a bike stand.


Committed to the Sport - Karen Smyers (S4E4)

This week, former ITU & Ironman World Champion Karen Smyers shares stories from an eventful career that started in 1984. Hear how she got into triathlon at a time before the internet and how she trained then and now. During her long career, Karen battled back from being hit by a semi truck, a sliced hamstring and thyroid cancer. She also answers a mailbag question about being strong and feisty after 55. Plus, Alyssa joins the elites of ultra running and we get ready for the launch of...


Inspiration - Bernard Lyles and Grace Thek (S4E3)

Alyssa and Haley share two inspiring stories this week. First, how the gutsy Grace Thek collapsed metres from the finish line at Geelong 70.3 while leading the race in her first attempt at the distance. Then, we celebrate Black History Month with Bernard Lyles. Hear how he got into the sport and how he has helped thousands of inner city kids through triathlon since 1992. Learn more about Bernard's group here- February contest! Enter to win the Protein Power Pack, which...


Control the Controllables - Jeanni Seymour (S4E2)

This week, multiple 70.3 winner Jeanni Seymour shares some of the challenges and sacrifices she faced moving from South Africa to the US at the age of 20, her stellar 2017 season, relationship dynamics and her tips for traveling abroad for races. Plus, Alyssa shares the ins and outs of ear cleaning and why she thinks she would beat Haley in biathlon. Haley gave a speech, and more answers to your mailbag questions! February contest! Enter to win the Protein Power Pack, which contains: Krave...


Unfinished Business - Kelsey Withrow (S4E1)

Alyssa and Haley talk to 2x 70.3 Champ Kelsey Withrow about her stellar 2017 season, how she got into triathlon, and how she bounced back from a serious accident. We announce our January contest winner and what’s on tap for our February contest. Plus Alyssa's epic tales from her ultra run WIN, some people retire, some people run fast and others eat cupcakes. February contest: Enter to win the Protein Power Pack, which contains -Krave Jerky sampler box -choice of Whey Pure Energy or Vegan...


Raining Tacos - Thorsten Radde & Marilyn Chychota (S3E24)

Alyssa and Haley talk to coach Marilyn Chychota about early season training camps, trainer vs road rides and strength training for women. Then, Thorsten Radde returns to help us decode the Kona qualifying system for pros and Rosie sings a song about tacos. Thorsten Radde's website: **Support the podcast, use our DISCOUNT CODES** HealthIQ- Get your free quote today at or mention the promo code IRON when you talk to a Health IQ agent Krave...


Parkas Uncorked - Steph Corker & the Wotter Girls

Massive episode this week! First, Alyssa and Haley chat with 16-year-old entrepreneurs and Wotter Swim Parka cofounders, Niki & Becca. Then, our fave "raging feminist" Steph Corker shares her journey from age grouper to pro, including the many challenges she has faced along the way. And of course, we answer mailbag questions about nutrition and mental strategies, Haley goes to the Women's March and Alyssa becomes a godmother. Wotter Girl’s Swim Parka Kickstarter:...


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Being True - Sarah True (S3E21)

"You can be imperfect and still achieve on a high level" -Sarah True Alyssa and Haley get real with Olympian Sarah True about what has created her success, her struggle with depression and her plans to go long in 2018. Haley tells us why cheering on her team is so important to her and Alyssa goes into "ice mode" Join the conversation, email us - **Support the podcast, use our DISCOUNT CODES** HealthIQ- Get your free quote today at or mention...


Crashing the Party - Dede Griesbauer (S3E20)

At age 47 Dede Griesbauer was first off the bike at Ironman Mar del Plata. Add this to a long career including 3 Ironman wins, 3 top-10 Kona finishes and an unofficial cycling world record and we have ourselves an inspiration. Plus, Haley cheers on her favourite team and Alyssa wishes she had stuck to her F2C Greens and Sound Probiotics.


Thank You 2017 - Alyssa & Haley's favorite moments (S3E19)

Alyssa & Haley share the most inspiring and informative clips from 2017. Alyssa takes a wrong turn in Taiwan and gets a response from the CEO of Ironman. Haley eats tacos and hosts 'friendsmas'. Plus, how YOU can help make 2018 the best year ever for the IronWomen podcast. Ashley Wiles' instagram: Ruth Brennen Morrey's blog: **Support the podcast, use our DISCOUNT CODES** HealthIQ- Get your free quote today at...


Relentless Negotiations - Olivia Jaras & Marilyn Chychota (S3E18)

Olivia Jaras, author of "Know Your Worth, Get Your Worth" shares insights on how women can become master negotiators and make more money. Plus, Coach Marilyn Chychota answers the age-old question, "What cadence should I ride at?" And keep listening until the bitter end to hear outtakes from an eventful recording session with Alyssa & Haley. Get Olivia's book here: Sign up for career overhaul here:...


Introducing 'If We Were Riding'

Introducing the latest podcast from Live Feisty Media, "If We Were Riding" with Kelly O'Mara & Sara Gross. This is episode #3, released Friday December 15th. Subscribe to "If We Were Riding" on iTunes or Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts. ********** Kelly & Sara take on the most controversial topic in triathlon this week, Kelly brings us our weekly Olympic update and we ask a big question, "Why are Olympic sports prone to sexual abuses by coaches and health care professionals and...


Just Keep Going - Mel Hauschildt (S3E17)

This year Mel Hauschildt came through multiple surgeries, raced herself back to fitness through the Championship season and finally came out on top with back-to-back wins in Australia. Find out how she did it and what mental strategies she used to pull through and get back on form. Plus, Alyssa and Haley announce our new sponsor, and why you should race in silence. **Support the podcast, use our DISCOUNT CODES** HealthIQ- Get your free quote today at or mention the...


Risk & Reward - Jen Annett (S3E16)

Jen Annett flew her way to a bike course record at Ironman Arizona covering 112 miles in 4h38. Find out what's behind her sizzling bike ride, how training helps control her epilepsy and how she came back from a night so dark that she didn't care if she woke up the next morning. Plus, a sneak peak at the new Live Feisty podcast, "If We Were Riding." Jen's inner voice article - **Support the podcast, use our DISCOUNT CODES** F2C Nutrition-...


"Life's Too Short To Go So F*cking Slow" - Susan Lacke & Annalisa Fish (S3E15)

She’s a columnist for triathlete magazine, a professor and she just wrote her first book, “Life’s Too Short To Go So F*cking Slow.” We talk to Susan Lacke about life and loss and doing triathlon. Plus, Alyssa and Haley call in bike fit expert and physiotherapist, Annalisa Fish, DPT to answer a mail bag question about crank length and bike fit. In sum, this episode is packed with awesomeness. Order the book here - Annalisa's website -


The Testing Pool PART II - Inside Ironman's Anti-Doping Program with Kate Mittelstadt (S3E14)

So what happens when someone is found guilty of a doping violation? In the second episode of our two-part series on Ironman's anti-doping program we talk once again to the program's director Kate Middelstadt. -What are the various types of violations? -Is there such thing as a "silent ban"? -Can an athlete serving a ban race at small local races? -What is a TUE and how is the process exploited? -How does Ironman keep themselves accountable? Plus, Glenda McMurray from F2C Nutrition tells us...


The Testing Pool PART I - Inside Ironman's Anti-Doping Program with Kate Mittelstadt(S3E13)

In the first episode of two we talk to Kate Mittelstadt, Director of Ironman's anti-doping program. Is it really in Ironman's best interest to catch high-profile athletes who cheat? Where does the money come from? Do they target specific athletes and why? Plus, Haley's race report after a podium finish in Xiamen and Alyssa almost loses an important body part. More about Ironman's anti-doping program here -


Hormones Decoded - Stacy Sims, PhD (S3E12)

Stacy Sims, PhD, Author of ROAR: How to match your food and fitness to your female physiology for optimum performance, great health and a strong, lean body for life, joins Alyssa and Haley for an informative chat about how hormones relate to training and racing, birth control, menopause and everything in between. Plus, a listener question about female body image and positive role models. Support the IronWomen podcast by using our discount codes: **DISCOUNT CODES** F2C Nutrition-...


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