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Best Endurancesports podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Endurancesports podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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High-impact interviews for those who love adventure and the outdoors. Host and journalist Shelby Stanger interviews world-class explorers, athletes, authors, scientists, health experts, and entrepreneurs about how they’ve taken their own wild ideas and made them a reality, so you can too. Some of the wildest ideas can lead to the most rewarding adventures. Take a listen to start living more wildly today.
 
The one triathlon show focusing on practical and actionable advice that you can use in your own triathlon training and racing. New episodes are released twice per week. The episode types are interview episodes with the greatest and smartest people in triathlon and endurance sports, and solo episodes with host Mikael Eriksson where you'll learn tactics and strategies you can apply in your triathlon training and racing, and all things swim, bike and run. All episodes, both interview and solo e ...
 
Since 1999 Bevan James Eyles has been a world leader in fitness. As well as being a high level Ironman triathlete he has also been a leader in the fitness industry. He travels the world training fitness professionals in this area he is so passionate about. To find out more about him go to his website: www.bevanjameseyles.com Bevan has always been fascinated why some people seem to have a lifetime love of fitness and find it easy to get out there and do it while others struggle so much. He ha ...
 
Ultra Stories is brought to you by The Human Potential Running Series, Colorado's largest series of ultra marathons. Ultra Stories strives to tell the stories that we get to share on the trails while running together, but don't get to hear in our everyday lives. These are the stories that magazines, or online running media channels, never tell. We find every runner's story fascinating; regardless of where you finish the race; we want to hear the stories that dare you to dream it, move you to ...
 
Since 2006 IMTalk has been the weekly Ironman fix for thousands of athletes from all around the world! Bevan James Eyles and 'Coach' John Newsom cover the latest news, reviews and tips for Ironman Triathlon. If you love Ironman, you'll love this podcast! It will improve your training and racing. So click subscribe and join the worlds biggest Ironman podcast!
 
Jim Lubinski is a professional triathlete, endurance sport coach, former professional ice hockey player, and public speaker extrodinaire. Jim and the Other Guy brings you your daily dose of endurance sport news, notes, tips, and topics, plus much, much, MUCH more including current events, pop culture, sports news, and anything else he can think up. You never know who is going to sit in with Jim for the show.
 
Kill Cliff brings you the Kill Cliff Podcast in collaboration with Entreprenerds Comedy. The Kill Cliff Podcast features top performers out there dominating their competition daily. From Olympic athletes and coaches to elite military operators and business minds, this show focuses on the journey of its guests in their unyielding commitment to performance and success. Kill Cliff was founded and created by a former Navy SEAL with the spirit of giving back to the community and makes clean and t ...
 
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Q&A #99 - VO2max, VLaMax and their training, racing, and metabolic implications; The "Sweet Spot vs. Polarised Training" debate How do your maximum aerobic and anaerobic capacities (VO2max and VLaMax) influence your endurance performance capacity? What are the specific implications of VO2max and VLaMax for training, racing, metabolism, and training…
 
Take a run with ultrarunner Tracy Thelen (41, Grand Junction) as we hear the answer on the back of her bib from the 2020 Stories Ultra. In this episode we talk about how each of us has the capacity to change the world. We talk about the differences in mindset between thinking big and looking to the small. We dive into serving your village as a way …
 
Full video is available here: https://youtu.be/v9JNb3RavLM Albert Shank (https://www.strava.com/athletes/26803675) has 25+ years of running experience. He has learned many things over the years about ways to become a stronger, healthier and happier athlete. Recently he celebrated his 52nd birthday by running 52km in the Grand Canyon, pure joy. In t…
 
Jesse Huey is a professional climber who spends much of his time clambering up icy mountains, frozen waterfalls and other alpine landscapes. Climbing allows Jesse to push his own limits as well as build strong friendships with fellow climbers. The tight-knit climbing community was the inspiration for a climbing route he completed in the Wyoming wil…
 
John Trent has become a fixture in the ultrarunning community on the West Coast and is one of the best storytellers in the sport. Not only has he been on the Western States board since 2004, he's also a race director and 10-time finisher of Western States. We discuss John's big plans for 2020 prior to COVID-19 and his incredible ability to tell peo…
 
Marcel Wouda is a swim and open water swimming coach from the Netherlands, who has coached and worked with multiple Olympic gold medalists, including the 2008 and 2016 (men's and women's) Olympic open water champions Maarten van der Weijden, Ferry Weertman, and Sharon van Rouwendaal. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Marcel's open water swim coa…
 
Matthew Thraxton is a world leading fitness professional who has travelled the world training and developing fitness instructors. He has a deep insight into how to bring the best out of people. On this episode Matthew shares these insights with you, so you can get the most out of your health and fitness.…
 
Q&A #98 - Daily calorie needs, Energy Availability, and stress fractures What should you do to figure out your daily calorie needs to avoid low Energy Availability and RED-S? The problems with many online calculators for basal metabolic rate Relative Energy Deficiency in Sports (RED-S), how it relates to low energy availability, and incidence of st…
 
Joe Kudla seems like one of those people who has 36 hours in a day. He’s dedicated to yoga and breath work, he loves being a dad and he is the CEO and founder of Vuori Clothing. After years of struggling to find his true calling, Joe learned how to prioritize both a healthy spirit, a healthy business, and a healthy personal life. Now, Joe’s created…
 
Eirik Myhr Nossum is head coach of the Norwegian cross-country skiing national team. In this interview we discuss his training and coaching philosophy for cross-country skiing and generally for endurance training, and how it applies to elite and amateur endurance athletes, respectively. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Eirik's general training …
 
Q&A #97 - Best practices for training after work; How to deal with mental and physical fatigue from the workday What preparation and mental and physical activation can be done to optimise training performance after a demanding workday? When and how should you adjust training for fatigue from the workday? The 20-minute rule LINKS AND RESOURCES: Scie…
 
Take a run with ultrarunner Michelle Wilfong-Oliphant (31, Denver) as we hear her story of how she got into running and ultra. Then we ask Michelle for the question on the back of her bib from Stories Ultra. The conversation focuses on how Michelle works to resolve conflict, and how we others may as well.…
 
Michael Rosenblat is a Canadian researcher working towards his PhD. In this interview we discuss one of his main research papers: a meta-analysis and systematic review comparing polarised training and threshold training in endurance sports. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -How polarised training and threshold training are defined in the scienti…
 
Do you have behaviours that damage your life? Are there some behaviours that you struggle to manage to a level which is healthy for you? In this podcast I introduce strategies that help you work through 3 key areas of your behaviours. By applying these strategies you’ll get better at removing behaviours that are bad for you, managing ones that you …
 
Q&A #96 - Using crit plans for triathlon cycling improvements; Focus blocks on your weakest discipline; Training stimuli to get past fitness stagnation Can a crit training plan be a way to apply a new training stimulus for cycling improvements? Does it make sense to use "focus blocks" where you're primarily focusing on your weakest discipline? How …
 
Take a run with ultrarunner Michael Horner (55, Virginia) as we hear his story of how he got into running and ultra. Then we ask Michael for the question on the back of his bib from Stories Ultra, and he takes us on a journey speaking about being our authentic selves. Also in this episode, host John Lacroix reviews HPRS' return to Covid, and commen…
 
Years of hard work and training have landed “Mighty” Meagan Martin as a mainstay on the NBC show American Ninja Warrior, where she completes hardcore obstacle courses. Meagan is a born athlete and competitor, but she considers herself lucky to have found climbing as a young child. Now, climbing is her greatest passion, and she is working to make th…
 
Michael Rosenblat is a Canadian researcher working towards his PhD. In this interview we discuss one of his main research papers: a meta-analysis and systematic review all about interval training. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Long, medium, and short High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) compared with Sprint Interval Training (SIT) -The sc…
 
Q&A #95 - Differences and similarities between 70.3 and Ironman training; What does it take to finish an Ironman; What does it take to qualify for Kona What are the differences and similarities between training for half and full distance triathlons? Considerations around long workouts, training volume, intensity, nutrition, recovery, equipment, and…
 
Hugo van den Broek is an elite running coach based in Kenya, with a professional running background himself and a 2:12 personal best for the marathon. In this interview, he discusses his training and coaching philosophy for distance running. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -The mental aspects of running and endurance sports -Training volume and…
 
Andrew Huberman Ph.D. is an American neuroscientist and tenured professor in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He has made numerous important contributions to the fields of brain development, brain plasticity, and neural regeneration and repair. In this episode Andrew shares amazing insights from research…
 
Q&A #94 - Duration and frequency of long runs; The long run in Xterra training What factors should you consider when deciding on the frequency and duration of your long run? Specific long run recommendations when training for Xterra as well as sprint, Olympic, half and full distance triathlon LINKS AND RESOURCES: Scientific Triathlon website Coachi…
 
Amber Pierce started cycling in her early twenties, and within a year, she went pro. She signed her first professional contract with the WEBCOR Builders Pro Cycling Team in 2006. Since then, Amber has won more than 60 individual races across 5 continents. Now, Amber is all about encouraging healthy competition among women athletes. With the work of…
 
Izzy Moore, PhD, is a researcher specialising in running biomechanics, economy, and injuries. In this interview, we discuss her research in these areas and the implications of her findings for triathletes and runners. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Running biomechanics, self-optimisation, and gait analysis -Wearables and running biomechanics …
 
In our very first episode, we talk with Erika Hoagland - an amazingly talented ultrarunner and author of the column, I Am an Ultrarunner in URM. We sit down to chat about her race plans (pre-COVID), training for 100-milers while being a mom, the experience of fastpacking around Lake Tahoe on her honeymoon, and what (and where) she hopes to run in t…
 
Q&A #93 - Structuring microcycles; Muscle damage and recovery How should you structure your training week or microcycle to accommodate muscle damage and recovery from hard workouts? How should you space out hard swim, bike, run, and gym workouts through the training week? What are the mechanisms and principles behind muscle damage and recovery? Wha…
 
Join Ultra Stories host John Lacroix as we celebrate our 100th Episode! In this episode we briefly go over the stats from our first 99 episodes before we dive into the real nitty gritty, a discussion about how it is that HPRS is returning to racing while so many around us are not. We're prepared to take on the new-world while providing you with the…
 
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