EP. 57: Ultra-Marathon Swimmer Sarah Thomas
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2w ago
Sarah Thomas an American ultra-marathon swimmer. Amidst a cancer diagnosis he is the first person to complete four consecutive crossings of the English Channel and the first person to swim a current-neutral swim over 100 miles. She holds the world record for longest, second-, and third-longest current-neutral swims, and various other records in both fresh and saltwater categories. We have a conversation about Sarah’s origin story and how she got into open water swimming. We talk about her cancer diagnosis and the impact it had on her mindset, training and preparation. We talk about Sarah’s ..read more
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EP. 55: Super Shoes, Marathon Record Performances and Training Strategies w/Andrew Jones, PhD
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2w ago
Andrew M Jones PhD DSc is Professor of Applied Physiology in the Department of Sport and Health Sciences at the University of Exeter. He’s internationally recognized for his research in the control of, and limitations to, skeletal muscle oxidative metabolism; causes of exercise intolerance in health and disease; respiratory physiology, particularly the kinetics of pulmonary gas exchange and ventilation during and following exercise; and sports performance physiology and nutrition, particularly in relation to endurance athletics. Prof Jones has authored more than 350 original research and revi ..read more
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EP. 54: Sugar Does Not Feed Cancer w/Nichole Andrews, RDN
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2w ago
Nichole Andrews, RDN graduated from Washington State University she has a Bachelor of Science in Food Science & Human Nutrition Dietetics. She is a Registered Dietician and known as “The Oncology Dietitian.” She’s the author of the best-selling book, Sugar Does Not Feed Cancer. Nichole is considered one the most influential cancer dietitians’ specialists internationally. She’s been a practicing cancer dietitian and nutritionist for over twelve years serving adult and pediatric cancer survivors during and after cancer treatment, Nichole is passionate about empowering survivors to take back ..read more
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EP. 53: The Fate of Modern Pentathlon w/Coach Kate Allenby
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2w ago
Kate Allenby is a former British modern pentathlete, she won bronze for Team GB at the Sydney Olympics. She represents Pentathlon United an independent athlete representative body, representing thousands of pentathletes worldwide. Kate stands in opposition to the decision to only test OCR [obstacle course racing] and not any of the other apparent 60 options they considered in the teeth of an impending decision by the IOC to decide in regards to the future of Modern Pentathlon in future Olympic games. We have a conversation about her background and how she got into Modern Pentathlon as a youth ..read more
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EP. 52: A Conversation with IRONMAN legend Mark Allen
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2w ago
Mark Allen is a 6-time winner of the Ironman Hawaii (joint men's record) he had 5 consecutive victories in Hawaii (an overall record). ESPN named him the greatest endurance athlete of all time. Over the course of his racing career, which ended in 1996, he maintained a 90% average in top-three finishes. He was named Triathlete of the Year six times by Triathlete magazine, and in 1997 Outside magazine dubbed him The World's Fittest Man. He was inducted into the IRONMAN Triathlon Hall of Fame in 1997. He has also been inducted into the USAT Hall of Fame and the ITU Hall of Fame. Mark Allen’s Lin ..read more
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EP. 51: Best of The Endurance Experience Podcast Vol. 5
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2w ago
Taking a look back at clips from 5 of the most downloaded episodes in Season 5 with updated commentary. 8:18: Matt Fitzgerald, – The Racing Weight Question | @mattfitwriter| Full Podcast https://bit.ly/3qcgScE 23:43: Carol Irwin, Phd – Factors Impacting Swimming Participation and Competence | @usaswimming | Full Podcast https://bit.ly/3MDUalf 48:34: Graham Stuart, MSc – The Endurance Enthusiast’s Heart | @ag_stuart| Full Podcast https://bit.ly/3WBUrK4 1:09:03: Nick B. Tiller, PhD – The Pseudoscience of Sport, Health & Fitness | @NBtiller | Full Podcast https://bit.ly/3oC3XQY 1:26:55 ..read more
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EP. 49: Coaching the Endurance Athlete/Dr. Susan Sotir, PhD
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2w ago
Susan Sotir, PhD coaches with Breakthrough Performance Coaching, she has a PhD in Sport Physiology and Exercise Psychology and is an assistant professor at Springfield College. Susan brings over 25 years of experience in sport coaching. She has worked with endurance athletes of all levels from recreation to competitive to professional athletes. She is a Level III triathlon coach with USA triathlon. Susan was a DIII swimmer at Tufts University and her first triathlon was in 1989. Since then, she has raced triathlons from sprint to IRONMAN distances, some years racing near the front. She is a ce ..read more
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EP. 48: NIL, Pay-for-Play and the Legacy of Title IX w/Dr. Jill Harris, PhD and Dr. Nola Agha, PhD
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2w ago
Dr. Jill Harris, PhD and Dr. Nola Agha, PhD are economists with broad research agendas in sports economics. You first heard them back in episode 7 where we had a conversation about The Wage Gap in Sports. They return to the Podcast to discuss an update to the Women’s National Team Class action lawsuit, the recent settlement, and the potential impact to other sports. We talk about the new Name Image and Likeness (NIL) ruling with the NCAA and the benefits, potential drawbacks, and open questions for student athletes. We discuss “Pay-for-Play” which involves potentially paying athletes outrigh ..read more
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EP. 47: The Pseudoscience of Sport, Health & Fitness w/Nick B. Tiller Ph.D
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2w ago
Nick B. Tiller Ph.D. is a senior researcher in exercise physiology at Harbor-UCLA and author of The Skeptic's Guide to Sports Science which was named one of Book Authority's "Best sports science books of all time". Tiller is a columnist at Skeptical Inquirer magazine, a columnist at Ultra-Running Magazine, and associate editor at the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism. For over a decade, Tiller has been scrutinizing the commercial health and wellness industry through the critical lens of scientific skepticism. Nick is a renowned authority on the physiology and p ..read more
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EP. 46: A Conversation with Open Water Swimming Olympian Alex Meyer
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2w ago
Alex Meyer is a former American competition swimmer who specialized in open water and long-distance swimming. He won a gold medal at the 2010 FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships in the 25-kilometer open water event. He was a member of the 2012 United States Olympic team, and placed tenth in the 10-kilometer open water event at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Alex won his final race before retirement, the 62nd Traversée internationale du lac St-Jean held on July 30, 2016. We talk about Alex’s origin story with swimming and what drew him to open water vs. pool competition swimming. We talk a ..read more
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