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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 ...
 
Steven Langenhuizen helps you achieve peak human performance in everyday life. Learn mindset, diet, training and race tactics from the brightest minds and strongest endurance athletes in the world. Steven's interviewed over 100 Professional athletes and loves picking their brains on self-hacks to becoming a peak performing athlete. Steven takes the longevity approach to performance, which is why he invites some of the top cutting-edge health experts on to discuss nutrition, diets, chronic il ...
 
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Q&A #114 - Using kilojoules to monitor training load; Big rides for Ironman; Should your training be as hard as your race How work (kilojoules) done can be used to effectively monitor training load at a micro- and mesocycle level, and even within workouts When should you do your key Ironman rides and what should they look like? Should your training…
 
Kevin Poulton is a World Tour level cycling coach who has worked with top cyclists like Caleb Ewan, Alex Dowsett and Mat Hayman. He is also a former employee of Zwift and is incredibly knowledgeable in how to effectively incorporate indoor cycling in a training program, for professionals and amateurs alike. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Kevi…
 
Q&A #113 - Theory and application of threshold training What is threshold training and what are its benefits? When should you do shorter rather than longer threshold intervals? How should you work threshold training into your periodisation and into your weekly routine? Common mistakes around planning and executing threshold training What are some g…
 
Marco Pinotti is head of performance of CCC Cycling Team (world tour level) and a former professional cyclist who is a six-time Italian Time Trial national champion. In this interview he discusses what it takes to become a good cycling time trial rider at a professional, World Tour level, but also what the key focus points for amateur riders focusi…
 
Q&A #112 - Theory and application of moderate-intensity training; How to make training decisions informed by test results If you do a performance test (e.g. FTP-test), how should you make training decisions based on the improvement/decrease/lack of change in performance. What is moderate intensity training and what are the physiological benefits? W…
 
Sebastian Zeller, PhD, is a full-time triathlon coach with a strong background in sports science. In this training talk we cover a number of key topics on endurance training, and Sebastian goes into detail on his approach and methodology. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Sebastian's coaching approach -Using lab testing to individualise training…
 
Q&A #111 - Build, then recover vs. consistent training load; Creatine for endurance athletes (that lift weights) Is it better to work to a 2-1 or 3-1 "build-then-recover" training model, or to keep training load and volume consistent across a larger number of weeks? Is creatine supplementation beneficial for endurance athletes doing concurrent resi…
 
Professor Grégoire Millet is one of the world's foremost researchers in the field of altitude training and hypoxic training. He combines his academic prowess with a background as an elite triathlete and coach, and is therefore in a perfect position to not just do the science, but actually apply it in the real world. In this episode, we discuss all …
 
Q&A #110 - Long runs and rides during winter base training; Training Stress Score (TSS) in swimming What are the guidelines regarding duration (and intensity) of your long run and long ride during the winter base training phase? The issues with swim-TSS and potential workarounds Best practices for measuring swim training load without using TSS LINK…
 
Mark Burnley, PhD, is an exercise physiologist at the University of Kent. Mark's main research interests include oxygen uptake (VO2) kinetics, where an important application is how to optimally use warm-ups, as well as Critical Power, which forms the transition point (or transition area) between the heavy and severe exercise domains. Because of the…
 
Q&A #109 - Running race pace and training zone calculators; Estimating your run threshold pace; How to use session-RPE Do calculators that estimate and "equivalent race pace" (e.g. from a 10k to a marathon) actually work? What about the recommended training paces from such calculators? How can you estimate your running threshold pace (without doing…
 
Iñigo Mujika is a sports physiologist, associate professor at the University of Basque Country, and an elite triathlon and swimming coach. His research areas include topics such as tapering, recovery, detraining and overtraining. Through all of his coaching and applied physiology work, Iñigo is extremely knowledgeable in how to transfer his scienti…
 
Q&A #108 - MAF Training and the MAF 180 Formula What is MAF training and the MAF 180 Formula? How the underlying objective of MAF Training is important and relevant for all endurance athletes The issues with the formula and method that makes the means of achieving the objective sub-optimal Alternative (better) ways of establishing your aerobic targ…
 
Conrad Goeringer and Rob Sleamaker are the authors of the newly released book "Triathlon Freestyle Simplified". In this episode we discuss how triathletes can get the most out of their swim training, even on a typically limited time budget. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -The differences between swimming demands and swim training for triathlet…
 
Q&A #107 - Muscle Oxygen Saturation (SmO2) applications in endurance training What is oxygen saturation and how can it be measured? Potential use cases of oxygen saturation for triathletes and other endurance athletes SmO2 devices: Moxy and Humon Recommendations: who (if anybody) might benefit from using SmO2 in their training LINKS AND RESOURCES: …
 
Bike Fitting Q&A with Phil Burt | EP#254 Phil Burt is a world renowned bike fitter and physiotherapist who has spent 12 years with British Cycling and 5 years with Team Sky. Phil is back for his second interview on That Triathlon Show to answer listener questions around bike fitting. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Crank length - are shorter c…
 
Q&A #106 - The menstrual cycle's impact on endurance training; Swimming and running drills; External and internal cues When, how and why should you be doing running and/or swimming drills in training? What are internal and external cues, and how do they relate to motor skill acquisition and retention? The latest science on managing training accordi…
 
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