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Episode 18: Aerodynamic consequences of water bottle placement (Aug 19, 2006)
Episode 18: Aerodynamic consequences of water bottle placement, blazing through transitions, and...leg length discrepancies? How'd that get on the list... All that, and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 19: The effect of torque, crosswinds and headwinds (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 19: The effect of torque, crosswinds and headwinds, some fallout from my Clydesdale comments (the original comments came from Episode 17. Episode 17 will not be published. Too controversial!), and is high swim volume a waste of your time?
Episode 20: Demystifying bicycle derailleur adjustments (Sep 03, 2006)
Episode 20: Demystifying bicycle derailleur adjustments, finding your lactate threshold, and what's a Yasso 800? All that, and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 21: Effective seat angle vs frame seat angle (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 21: Effective seat angle vs frame seat angle (a must-hear for any triathlete), swimming with controlled frequency breathing, and an inspirational triathlete (might make you cry! I did!).
Episode 22: The high-risk and rewards of crash training (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 22: The high-risk and rewards of crash training, determining your crank length, and is there no such thing as cycling economy? Humbug! It's time to get funky, on Tri Talk.
Episode 23: The performance impact of dehydration (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 23: The performance impact of dehydration (one of my favorite topics ever on Tri Talk), the benefits of warming up before racing (it is more important than you think), and I share the results of my own Clydesdale research study. Call me Dr. Warden!
Episode 24: Dialing-in on your saddle height, the benefits of a triathlon coach (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 24: Dialing-in on your saddle height, the benefits of a triathlon coach, and an interview with 2 "Ironwidows" on how their husbands' decision to do an Ironman has affected them. If you or someone you love is considering an Ironman event, this is a must-hear interview.
Episode 25: Specific performance gains from drafting on the swim, an odd helmet safety study, and how to run a marathon in under 3 hours. (Jan 17, 2001)
Episode 25: Specific performance gains from drafting on the swim, an odd helmet safety study, and how to run a marathon in under 3 hours.
Episode 26: Caffeine as a performance enhancing substance (Oct 18, 2006)
Episode 26: Caffeine as a performance enhancing substance, science tries to settle the original Ironman dispute, and Tri Talk reaches a major milestone. Today on Tri Talk.
Episode 27: The optimal environmental conditions (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 27: The optimal environmental conditions in which to train, base metabolic rate, and a review of the Ironman World Championships. It's a packed episode, today on Tri Talk
Episode 28: Self VO2max testing (Nov 11, 2006)
Episode 28: Self VO2max testing, a nutritional expert from the University of Arizona, and what's the deal with all this talk on fat loading? All that and more, Today on Tri Talk.
Episode 29: The scientific data behind rotor cranks (Dec 26, 2006)
Episode 29: The scientific data behind rotor cranks, the hunt for scientific data behind aero helmets, and we go from the Kona bike count, to the Kona tire count? Stick around. All that and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 30: Developing fast twitch and slow twitch muscles (Dec 10, 2006)
Episode 30: Developing fast twitch and slow twitch muscles, Aero helmets part II, and a discussion on how to avoid and treat injury. Plus, a significant announcement, Today on Tri Talk.
Episode 31: The science behind optimal cycling cadence (Dec 27, 2006)
Episode 31: The science behind optimal cycling cadence, how to swim with momentum, and looking forward to training in 2007. All that and more, today on Tri Talk
Episode 32: Cycling rolling resistance, an on-site report from the Total Immersion swim workshop (Jan 15, 2007)
Episode 32: Cycling rolling resistance, an on-site report from the Total Immersion swim workshop, and are snorkels legal when racing? Depends on the country. All that and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 33: The fact and fiction about creatine (Jan 30, 2007)
Episode 33: The fact and fiction about creatine, day II of my Total Immersion swim workshop, and a chat with a pro bike mechanic. All that and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 34: Performance gains from strength training, acceleration of muscle mass loss (Feb 14, 2007)
Episode 34: Performance gains from strength training, acceleration of muscle mass loss from certain foods, and a much needed discussion and confession on cycling etiquette. All that and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 36: The physiological and physical characteristics of elite cyclists (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 36: The physiological and physical characteristics of elite cyclists, and the relationship between flexibility, mobility and performance. All that, and more, today on Tri Talk
Episode 35: It’s the Tri Talk Top 20 (Feb 27, 2008)
Episode 35: It’s the Tri Talk Top 20! Your guide to the most economical, affordable, and essential gear to swim bike and run faster, on this special edition of Tri Talk.
Episode 37: Potential efficiencies from coordinating your cadence and respiration (Mar 28, 2007)
Episode 37: Potential efficiencies from coordinating your cadence and respiration, the top 3 self-test protocols, and an interview with a leader in the triathlon industry. All that, and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 38: It's Tri Talk Live! A panel of experts join the podcast. (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 38: It's Tri Talk Live! A panel of experts join the podcast. Some of the best in their field answer your triathlon questions via confernece call. Today, on Tri Talk...Live!
Episode 39: Presenting the Tri Talk Kona Index of Qualifiers (Jul 30, 2008)
Episode 39: Presenting the Tri Talk Kona Index of Qualifiers. An attempt to objectively quantify the relative difficulty of qualifying for the Ironman Championships in Kona, Hawaii at each of the qualifying world-wide full Ironman events. An exclusive report, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 40: Recovery and performance from branched chain amino acids (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 40: Recovery and performance from branched chain amino acids, and a follow-up report on cadence and water temperature. Let's get groovy, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 41: Solving the dilemma of choosing light or aerodynamic wheels (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 41: Solving the dilemma of choosing light or aerodynamic wheels. How frame vs. body weight effect cycling performance. Plus, water, water, everywhere, but how much should you drink? A follow up on dehydration and the risks of hyponatremia. All that, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 42: Medium-chain triglycerides (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 42: Medium-chain triglycerides for endurance performance, and is “sports psychology” an oxymoron? It's ego vs. achievement. All that, and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 43: Body roll and symmetry (Jan 11, 2011)
Episode 43: Body roll and symmetry when swimming, plus one triathlete's results from the Tri Talk philosophy of scientifically applied training. It's tempo and testimonials, today on Tri Talk
Episode 44: Heat acclimation, altitude training, and saline pools (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 44: Heat acclimation, altitude training, and saline pools. It's a hot, high, and somewhat salty episode, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 45: The science behind race-day nutrition strategies (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 45: The science behind race-day nutrition strategies, and what is more important? Swim power or swim hydrodynamics? All that, and more, today on Tri Talk
Episode 46: A ranking of 8 common cycling training elements (Jul 15, 2007)
Episode 46: A ranking of 8 common cycling training elements, and a look at the dark side of the corporate triathlon. Will it bring out the best or worst in the athletes? All that, and more, on Tri Talk.
Episode 47: The ethics of supplements (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 47: The ethics of supplements, how to age with speed, and the altitude debate heats up. A few examples of responses to the best of your e-mails, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 48: Lost in transition? (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 48: Lost in transition? The free speed of perfectly executed transitions, video analysis of the best and worst transition techniques, and two major Tri Talk developments. All that, and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 49: Research behind a high calorie/low risk race nutrition strategy (Jan 17, 2011)
Episode 49: Research behind a high calorie/low risk race nutrition strategy, the common causes of GI problems, and what it's like to go from athlete to race manager. All that and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 50: The Tri Talk “Best of Interbike” review (Jan 17, 2011)
The Tri Talk “Best of Interbike” review, an interview with Joe Friel, and Tri Talk celebrates its 50th episode. A must-hear edition, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 51: Oxygen supplementation for performance and recovery (Oct 17, 2007)
Oxygen supplementation for performance and recovery, how to introduce the phenomenon of overcompensation, and what we age-groupers can learn from the recent Ironman World Championships. All that, and more, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 52: Everything you always wanted to know about training with power (Jan 17, 2007)
Everything you always wanted to know about training with power but were afraid to ask, and the second part in our periodization series. It’s microcycles, mesocycles, and macrocycles, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 53: To eat or not to eat (Jan 17, 2007)
To eat or not to eat? The impact of food intake in proximity to the start of exercise. A conversation with the medical coordinator of the 70.3 Ironman World Championships, and sports psychology take 2. All that, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 54: The father of modern periodization (Nov 30, 2007)
The father of modern periodization, training with power without a power meter, and radioactive fat. Today on Tri Talk.
Episode 55: How to nail your hydration strategy by determining your sweat rate (Dec 17, 2007)
How to nail your hydration strategy by determining your sweat rate, and how to use VDOT formulas to set and achieve your running goals. All that, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 56: How scheduling a duathlon in 2008 will make you a better triathlete (Dec 15, 2007)
How scheduling a duathlon in 2008 will make you a better triathlete, assessing 2007 and setting goals for 2008, and qualities of great athletes. Today on Tri Talk.
Episode 57: Conjugate sequence training, aerodynamic aerobar positioning (Jan 18, 2008)
Conjugate sequence training, aerodynamic aerobar positioning, and cycling for a running PR? No kidding! All that, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 58: The Triathlete’s Coefficient of Determination (Jan 31, 2008)
The Triathlete’s Coefficient of Determination, and is a high max heart rate good, or bad? It could be the best Tri Talk episode ever! Will it live up to the hype? Let’s find out, today on Tri Talk. Take the survey here.
Episode 59: Compression sock research and dimpled aero bottles. (Feb 18, 2008)
Compression sock research and dimpled aero bottles. It’s aerodynamics, speed and spandex. A podcast for superheroes and triathletes! Today on Tri Talk.
Episode 60 : Rethinking lactic acid and the cause of muscle soreness (Mar 28, 2008)
Rethinking lactic acid and the cause of muscle soreness, the most under-rated muscle in endurance runners, and an on-site report from a first duathlon. From lactate threshold to calcium threshold, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 61 : Introducing the decoupling protocol as a method to determine sufficient aerobic base, (Apr 28, 2008)
Introducing the decoupling protocol as a method to determine sufficient aerobic base, and how kick drills and circadian rhythms affect your swim performance. Today, on Tri Talk.
Episode 62: Is your tri suit slowing you down? (May 08, 2008)
Is your tri suit slowing you down? Results from 3 wind tunnel tests and what we can learn from them, and the rare swim condition known as SIPE. Plus, a brief review of the Women’s US Olympic Trials. It’s wind, water, and women…with a Warden, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 63: How your swim pacing affects the rest of your race (Jun 10, 2008)
How your swim pacing affects the rest of your race, specific performance gains from swim apparel, and is it ever too warm to wear a wetsuit? It’s a swim special edition, today on Tri Talk
Episode 64: The surprising link between running economy and range of motion (Jul 09, 2008)
The surprising link between running economy and range of motion, significant variation of rolling resistance between tire brands, and hard numbers around the use of latex innertubes. It’s flexibility, rubber, and latex. Today, on Tri Talk.
Episode 65: What a difference a wind screen can make (Jan 31, 2009)
What a difference a wind screen can make, and the harsh reality of the legal draft. Back to my aerodynamic beginnings. Today, on Tri Talk.
Episode 66: Part 1 of understanding the ranking systems of USAT and 3 other major triathlon federations (Jan 15, 2008)
Part 1 of understanding the ranking systems of USAT and 3 other major triathlon federations, and how you can maximize your USAT ranking through effective race scheduling and strategy. You will be weighed, you will measured, but will you be found wanting?
Episode 66a: Part 2 of understanding the USAT age group ranking system. (Feb 12, 2009)
Part 2 of understanding the USAT age group ranking system. How you can maximize your ranking through effective race scheduling and strategy. As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth… about 100 spots on your age group ranking.
Episode 67: An interview with Joe Friel who reexamines the importance of hydration and electrolytes (Jan 27, 2011)
An interview with Joe Friel who reexamines the importance of hydration and electrolytes. Introducing a new testing protocol, and correcting another. Plus, the effects of detraining and how to mitigate a run injury.
Episode 68: The most effective supplement you’ve never used, smart application of caffeine (Jun 09, 2009)
The most effective supplement you’ve never used, smart application of caffeine, and reversing a recommendation on another ergogenic aid. Plus, me whining. Get out your tiny violins.
Episode 68a: How elementary school model volcanoes are like racing physiology (Jun 30, 2009)
How elementary school model volcanoes are like racing physiology, and the first time iocaine powder has been mentioned in connection with performance enhancing substances. It’s the supplemental supplement episode, today on Tri Talk
Episode 69: Swim velocity and the independent relationship between shoulder and hip rotation. (Aug 14, 2009)
Swim velocity and the independent relationship between shoulder and hip rotation. Plus, the 6-week peak is validated, but will it be vindicated?
Episode 70 : Olympic interviews from the vault, I get roasted for my conclusions to Episode 69 (Aug 06, 2009)
Olympic interviews from the vault, I get roasted for my conclusions to Episode 69, and to breath or not to breath? That is the question. Plenty of slings and arrows, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 71: Testing the effectiveness of elliptical chain rings (Jan 21, 2011)
Testing the effectiveness of elliptical chain rings, and can an ice slurry improve performance in the heat? Answers to both of those subjects, today on Tri Talk.
Episode 72: The staggered taper and staggered race week, a chat with original Ironmen (Aug 10, 2010)
The staggered taper and staggered race week, a chat with original Ironmen, plus the consequences of following a race plan. Today on Tri Talk
Episode 73: Why everything you know about pre and post-race nutrition may be wrong. (Sep 28, 2008)
Why everything you know about pre and post-race nutrition may be wrong. Ben Greenfield guest-hosts this edition of Tri Talk.
Episode 74: The latest research on mitigating muscle cramps (Jun 25, 2008)
The latest research on mitigating muscle cramps, from an unlikely source, and a discussion with a Guinness world record triathlete. Today on Tri Talk.