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In The Flow explores performance and plant-based nutrition for endurance athletes and beyond to help athletes fuel the flow of meaningful movement. Hosted by sports nutritionist, coach, and plant-powered mountain athlete, Jackson Long, MS SENr.
 
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In the first episode of Season 3 of the TrainingPeaks CoachCast, Ultrarunner Abby Hall and Coach Jason Koop joined Dirk to talk about how they adapted to the emotional highs and lows imposed by the previous year. They explored the importance of the ability to continuously 'pivot' and examined why some athletes flourished with the instability while …
 
I sit down with Coach Jason Koop, the head ultrarunning coach for CTS Coaching and the host of the popular ultrarunning podcast, KoopCast. We discuss his early days of coaching, working with the punches of COVID-19 in sport, youth athlete development, battling nutrition quackery and misinformation, and plenty more. Keep up with his wisdom on social…
 
In the second installment of a series dedicated to helping new, aspiring, or experienced plant-based athletes thrive with their nutrition, I discuss some key nutrients to be aware of, their sources, and how to incorporate them into your diet through foods. I then share a sample day meal plan that fits the needs of a hard training athlete.…
 
Dr. Vass and Khoshal are medical doctors practicing regenerative medicine therapies out of the Rocky Mountain Regenerative Medicine Center in Boulder, Colorado. The WADA prohibited list Information on coaching: www.trainright.com Koop’s Social Media Twitter/Instagram- @jasonkoopBy Jason Koop / Dr. Vass/ Dr. Khoshal
 
Today, Dirk joined Physical Therapist Nathan Koch to explore the prehab and rehab best practices. Topics include but not limited to preferred recovery tools, the contentious value of static stretching, and how concussion therapy and brain science are finally taking their long-overdue place in the list of training and coaching priorities.…
 
Dr. Ben Levine is a renowned cardiologist practicing medicine at the UT Southwestern Medical center in Dallas, Texas. His distinguished career covers broad areas in both medicine and physiology. He has the high honor of seminal contributions towards our understanding of how exercise can affect the aging athlete as well as how exercise can affect as…
 
Robert Mazzeo PhD is a world-renowned physiologist with a particular specialty in studying the effects of altitude on performance. His work has been influential in our understanding of how altitude affects endurance physiology and concepts such as live high, train low. Dr. Mazzeo’s free course: https://www.coursera.org/learn/science-exercise Inform…
 
Honored to have Judge Craig Mitchell (39:20) and filmmaker Gabi Hayes (1:17:11) on to discuss the documentary "Skid Row Marathon" and the Skid Row Running Club which was founded by the judge to help recovering homeless addicts find their way back to society. Also spoke with Anton Krupicka (3:20) again about his double crossing of the illustrious Gr…
 
Karim Ramadan is a PhD candidate at the University of Thessaly specializing in sports psychology and self-talk. He is also a mountain sports athlete and an avid ultramarathon runner. Karim on Facebook Karim on Instagram Information on Karim’s work in Thessaly Lab of Exercise Psychology & Quality of Life, University of Thessaly Information on Coachi…
 
If you have ever heard of the term ‘Polarized Training’ or ‘80/20’, you have Stephen Seiler to thank. Stephen is sought after by elite athletes and recreational athletes alike for his council on training design and structure. He fostered the concept of polarized training through his research as well as practice with elite athletes and is one of the…
 
This is part 2 of the round table conversation with cycling coach Isaiah Newkirk of FasCat Coaching. We go back and forth discussing topics like Strava and power meters for junior athletes, nutrition and weight, training the body and mind in younger athletes, being a multi-faceted athlete, the future of coaching, and more. Be sure to check out Isai…
 
Roger Enoka, PhD is a Professor in the Integrative Physiology Department at the University of Colorado, Boulder. His research interests include the neuromuscular determinants of motor function in health and disease. https://www.colorado.edu/iphy/people/professors/roger-enoka Information on CTS coaching packages- www.trainright.com…
 
Kicking off season 3 of In The Flow with a conversation I recently had on the Training Edge Podcast, hosted by friend and fellow coach, Isaiah Newkirk. We dive into a round table type discussion of various topics related to sport, coaching, and nutrition, including coaching junior vs. adult athletes, nutrition education for youth athletes, and more…
 
It was a blast going LIVE on YouTube with athlete coaches Sally McRae and Jason Koop. In an effort to kick off 2021 the right way, we answered your questions ranging from strength training, 100K race tactics, when one should hire a coach, sleep training for a 250 mile race...and much more! + YouTube LIVE https://youtu.be/Bp7PRxXa6zY + Sally McRae h…
 
In this episode, host Jason Koop speaks Nicola Giovanelli about when and how to use trekking pole to improve your ultramarathon performance. Papers referenced- Do Poles Save Energy in Uphill Walking? Nicola’s website Information on CTS coaching packages- www.trainright.comBy Jason Koop / Nicola Giovenili
 
In this episode, host Jason Koop speaks with Sebastien Pavailer Ph.D. and Marlene Giandolini Ph.D. of the Salomon Sports Science Laboratory about footwear innovation. They discuss how science ends up on your feet, what the process looks like, and how runners benefit from the research done out of the Salomon lab. There are no conflicts of interest w…
 
Mina Leslie-Wujastyk is a professional climber, nutritionist, physiotherapist, and co-host of the Curious Climber podcast. We chat about her diagnosis and experience with Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport, podcasting, nutrition philosophies, vipassana meditation, and more. Follow Mina on Instagram @minaclimber and her website, https://www.minales…
 
Alena is a PhD in Integrative physiology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She specializes in biomechanics and specifically prosthetics and other mechanical assistive devices. You can see Alena’s TedTalk ‘Put Yourself in Someone Else's Legs’ here. Information on CTS coaching packages: https://www.trainright.com…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we talk to CTS coach Chantelle Robitaille about a recent systematic review and meta-analysis on how oral contraceptive affects exercise. Paper Referenced: The Effects of Oral Contraceptives on Exercise Performance in Women: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Interested in coaching? Go visit www.trainright.com…
 
Our guest Jacob Puzey has been the face and voice for his brother Tommy Rivers Puzey as he continues his fight to survive and beat cancer (Primary Pulmonary N/K T-cell Lymphoma). In today's podcast, we talk about his latest condition, how the family is coping but of course cover Jake's journey as well, including some really great insight and storie…
 
In this episode, we talk with Michael Koppy and his coach Stephanie Howe about his attempt and FKT on the Superior Hiking Trail. At the perfect age of 69, Michael decided to take on the 310-mile trail in a supported FKT style fashion and raise some money for the trail foundation along the way. We discuss what went into his training, how he handled …
 
For our final episode of Season 2, we could think of no other guest to interview besides the legend in her own right, Dr. Carol Austin. Dr. Austin is a trailblazer in the cycling world, serving as the first female ever to serve as the head of medical and high performance for any Tour de France Team. Despite facing great adversity in this role, Dr. …
 
Kelly McNulty is a PhD researcher specializing in understanding the female athlete, particularly the menstrual cycle's influence on athletic performance. She's also the founder of period of the period, a social media platform dedicated to shifting the paradigm and narrative for women's health and performance in sport by disseminating evidence-based…
 
This episode of the podcast is with Biomechanist and Coach Max Paquette, PdH. Max is an associate professor a the University of Memphis and in this episode we discuss some recent research and commentary on training load. Max’s Bio Papers discussed: Moving Beyond Weekly "Distance": Optimizing Quantification of Training Load in Runners Session Rating…
 
Winter is here in the mountain West and with COVID very much remaining a fixture of our lives, more mountain dwelling athletes are likely going to be venturing into the backcountry for some movement, solitude, and nature therapy and escape crowded ski resorts. With that comes the need for understanding the nutrition demands of a pretty intensive sp…
 
In this episode of the KoopCast we put the spotlight on CTS Athlete Kevin Mays. Like many athletes during the COVID-19 pandemic, Kevin had to pivot his goals and new ways to stay motivated and improve. Kevin worked with his coach, CTS coach AJW to capture a personal goal of setting a 'new to him' FKT on the Mammoth Cave trail. CTS Coaching…
 
When the huge surge of indoor and e-racing arrived earlier this year, Coach Tim Ballintine was more than ready. With his massively successful KOA Sports League, athletes have been able to race competitively from anywhere in the world, while still maintaining an intimate, squad-like feel. Listen as Tim and Dirk discuss how e-racing fills the winter …
 
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