Fitter Radio Episode 563 - FulGaz IM Pro Series Virtual Edition. Heart Health and Endurance Athletes. Race Reviews
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
by Bevan McKinnon
4d ago
Seth Williams won the free race entry to IRONMAN Australia, Port Macquarie. We find out how his day went. Bev chats to Bec Burns, Partnership Manager with FulGaz, about their new IRONMAN Pro Series Virtual Edition where you can conquer the same bike courses featured in the IRONMAN Pro Series from the comfort of home. We review the racing from the WTCS in Yokohama and IRONMAN 70.3 Mallorca at the weekend.  Heart health and endurance athletes – we share excerpts from the Triathlon Therapy podcast about heart risk and atrial fibrillation. We also hear from Cam Brown about his journey with he ..read more
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Fitter Radio Episode 562 - Race Reviews. Super Shoes. The Power Pose
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
by Bevan McKinnon
1w ago
We discuss a recent study which explores the use of AFT (Advanced Footwear Technology), or Super Shoes, during training and competition. The study describes the injuries sustained in amateur runners and we look at what that means for the integration of these shoes into training programmes. We review the racing from IRONMAN Australia and IRONMAN 70.3 St George at the weekend. Power posing is a concept largely popularized by Amy Cuddy, thanks to her viral TED talk and book, Presence, on the subject.  The basic gist is that if we make ourselves feel large, like we are occupying more space–th ..read more
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Fitter Radio Episode 561 - Racing from the weekend. Base Training. Fuelling.
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
by Bevan McKinnon
2w ago
Bevan and Tim review the racing from the weekend at Challenge Taiwan and IRONMAN Texas. We also look at the start list for Cagliari – a who’s who of the contenders for Paris! David Tilbury-Davis is the coach of an impressive roster of pro triathletes, including the likes of Ashleigh Gentle, Skye Moench, Amelia Watkinson (all three women ranked in the top-20 in the PTO rankings), Josh Amberger and others. We share excerpts from the Scientific Triathlon podcast in which he discusses how he likes to set up his base training season for age groupers. Hexis is a personalised nutrition app tailored t ..read more
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Fitter Radio Episode 560 - Race Reviews. Heat Acclimation. Pro Athlete Performance Benchmarks
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
by Bevan McKinnon
3w ago
Bevan and Tim review the racing from the weekend. Dan Lorang is the Head of Performance / Head Coach at World Tour cycling team Bora-Hansgrohe, and he is the coach of a small roster of world-class triathletes, including Lucy Charles-Barclay, Anne Haug, Frederic Funk and until his recent retirement, Jan Frodeno. We share excerpts from the Scientific Triathlon podcast interview with Dan Lorang in which he talks about his work with Lucy to prepare for the heat in Kona. David Tilbury-Davis is the coach of an impressive roster of pro triathletes, including the likes of Ashleigh Gentle, Skye Moench ..read more
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Fitter Radio Episode 559 - Race Reviews. Hugo Milner. Lionel Sanders
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
by Bevan McKinnon
1M ago
Bevan and Tim review the racing from the Oceania Tri Champs in Taupo at the weekend. Victory in the Miyazaki World Cup saw Great Britain’s Hugo Milner move up 51 places in the World Triathlon Olympic Rankings. It has been a whirlwind two years for the 25-year-old, who only took up the sport in 2021 after COVID had cut short his time at Harvard University. We share excerpts from the World Triathlon podcast with Hugo. We chat about the strengths and successes of Lionel Sanders’ and Sam Longs’ bike/run performances.  Lionel Sanders reviews his race at Oceanside plus he talks about his plans ..read more
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Fitter Radio Episode 558 - Race Reviews. Durability. Sam Osborne
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
by Bevan McKinnon
1M ago
Bev and Tim review the racing from IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside plus we discuss the points system and what Taylor Knibb’s win means for the rest of the female podium. We discuss the racing from Xterra Rotorua and bring you a finish line chat with winner Sam Osborne. Durability in an athlete is crucial to effective race performance. We share excerpts from The Science of Sport Podcast defining durability plus we discuss some test sessions that athletes can use to measure their own durability. (0:00:00) – Tim gives us an update as to how he is. (0:01:42) – The difficulties of trying to find a replay of ..read more
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Fitter Radio Episode 557 - Joe Friel. Vincent Luis.
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
by Bevan McKinnon
1M ago
Tim’s back in the studio and he fills us in on his last week! Clive Asplen won the free race entry to IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong. We hear how it all went. We review the racing from the Indoor Triathlon Festival in Lievin, France plus we share the World Triathlon podcast interview with Vincent Luis. Lastly, we revisit our interview with Joe Friel and his work in getting “Fast After 50”. (0:00:00) – Tim’s back and he fills us in on what’s happened to him. (0:08:15) – Infinit Nutrition 10% discount for all listeners with the code FITTER10 (0:08:29) - ULTRO Earbuds 15% discount for all our listeners wit ..read more
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Fitter Radio Episode 556 - Jack Moody. Justin Ralph of Velo Performance. Sam Long.
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
by Bevan McKinnon
1M ago
Jack Moody, Professional Triathlete, is hosting the podcast with Bevan this week. We catch up on the racing from the weekend plus we talk about the “sellout” for the pros at the upcoming IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside race – will this be a nightmare to officiate? We share Sam Long’s review of his race at the T100 in Miami and ask do pro athletes have their feet in both camps, despite having contracts with the PTO? We catch up with Graham Brewster, winner of the free race entry to IRONMAN Cairns. Bevan chats to Justin Ralph of Velo Performance – an organisation set up to help people across the spectrum ..read more
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Fitter Radio Episode 555 - Tri News. Daniel Barry of First Wheel
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
by Bevan McKinnon
2M ago
Tim fills us in on the last week in the snow. First Wheel was founded by Daniel Barry, a mechanical engineer and endurance athlete. Daniel has spent years balancing life as a professional engineer with life on the road as a professional cyclist for a number of continental teams. The experience of racing in a team environment in some of the biggest races on the world cycling calendar has greatly influenced his approach to engineering and design. He now combines his sporting and academic passions in the development of high-performance sports equipment and product engineering. We chat to Dan abou ..read more
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Fitter Radio Episode 554 - Jaimie Fuller of eo SwimBETTER: Game Changing Innovation for Swimming.
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
by Bevan McKinnon
2M ago
Jaimie Fuller is the founder of eo and the driving force behind the development of its brand. As the former Executive Chairman of SKINS, we hear about his journey from founding the compression garment business to innovating in the sports tech industry, and his philosophy of creating products that offer real, tangible benefits to elite athletes. Jaimie explains how the eo SwimBETTER technology allows swimmers to analyse and enhance their stroke technique, force production and efficiency. We discuss the concept of setting a baseline for swimmers to measure progress against and examine the import ..read more
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