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If you’re into endurance sports then the Triathlon Overlap Podcast is your kind of show.
Fast, funny, full of tips, techniques, insights and interviews, it’s presented by a coach and real-life triathlete who make it their business to give you the low down on what’s happening out there. Whether that’s triathlon, Ironman, duathlon, multisport or Xterra, or any one of the disciplines, from swimming and running through to cycling or running a marathon, Triathlon Overlap Podcast offers you a proper under-the-hood look at your event.
So expect a no-holds barred mix of knowledge, entertainment, controversy, the latest training and nutrition research, race reports and interviews with quality endurance athletes – including those on the way to becoming Olympians and those who are already there. Throw in a bit of anarchy, a hint of blood, sweat and tears and just a touch of adrenaline when we meet our heroes … and you’ve got the Triathlon Overlap Podcast in a bag. But don’t just take our word for it! Give us your ears for an hour or so, and find out for yourself.
This is the Triathlon Overlap Podcast – the podcast experience for those who like their endurance sports raw.
Looking to participate in a triathlon? Tune in to this episode of Hilary Topper on Air, as Hilary interviews Richie Caiazza, Coach for Team Tri Global Coaching- a full service triathlon coaching system that offers top tier coaching. Richie, straight off of participating in the Half Ironman Syracuse, will provide tips for effectively training for triathlons to improve your strength in swimming, running and cycling! Have the knowledge you'll need to ace a triathlon, after you check out this episode!
The first leg of a triathlon is the Swim. Ocean swimming can be challenging and potentially dangerous for triathletes. Join Richard Diaz and Chris Sinkovich of 2XU North America discuss; proper fit, care and purchase decision of a great triathlon wetsuit.
Wearing a well-designed wetsuit offers speed, buoyancy and insulation from the cold water. Learn what to look for, what makes a fast wetsuit, the decision to go with sleeves or sleeveless. Learn best practices on putting on the suit and how to get it off quickly in the transition area. Anyone who is planning to race in triathlon and is in the market for a wetsuit should listen to this show!
Proper feeding as a triathlete is critical to success. Join us as Anthony Almada explains what to eat, before, during and after a triathlon to get the most out of your performance. This information also serves Marathon and Ultra Marathon Runners.
Anthony received his MSc in nutritional/exercise biochemistry from the University of California, Berkeley and has been a co-investigator on over 90 clinical trials in nutrition. He is a co-author on over 25 peer-reviewed nutrition research studies and is often quoted as an industry expert (New York Times, Forbes, and Business Week).
Certified Transformational Life Coaches Ingrid Sthare and Vicy Wilkinson from Complete Life Coaching are excited to interview Triathlon Mom. She will share some tips for being a mother of three, and keeping up with being an athlete. Triathlon Mom is a swimmer, biker, and runner, and has participated in numerous triathlons, including a couple of Ironmans, and has gained numerous awards from some prestigious competitions. In addition, she blogs about her adventures and inspires others to be at the top of their game too. Pure awesome!
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Today, Jill Hamilton and Stephen McCarthy will be talking pro cycling with Team Wiggle Honday Pro Cyclist and Team Owner Rochelle Gilmore about the last couple weeks and the Tour of Flanders
Chris Balser, the Bicycle Fit Guru, will join us to talk about the basics of fitting a triathlon bike or raod bike.
Lastly, Robin Morton of G4 Productions will be talk about a couple great causes and events in the Northeast United States.
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The Tarpon Springs (Fla.) Triathlon (Sept. 7) is one of the oldest and unusual multisport events in Florida. Starting at Fred Howard Park, athletes exit the Gulf of Mexico for a bike ride through the streets of the historic Sponge Docks, which feel very much like riding through a Greek Island. The event helps the local Rotary Club raise funds to award college scholarships to local students. We're joined on this episode by race director Celia Dubey to preview the event.
Leandra Cave won the Ironman World Championship and the 70.3 World Championships in 2012. Tim Don won 4 triathlon World Titles and competed in 3 Olympic Games. Richard Diaz asks about racing, where the sport is taking them and how they like the ride so far.
Tim has a great start on the 2014 season and Leandra is hungry for another win at the Escape from Alcatraz in June. Join us for a unique and candid conversation with two world class triathletes.
Scott Tinley is a triathlon legend. He won the Ironman World Championship twice and the Ironman World Series 3 times. No other pro triathlete remained competitive as long as Scott. Join Richard Diaz as he revisits the sport with one of its principal players.
“People always ask me why I haven’t tried to use my name more to continue profiting off my career, to continue my legacy,” he says. “I’ve always thought that people who were asking for more than their 15 minutes of fame were asking for trouble… for me, it’s more important to throw myself into things and figure them out. To keep things changing.”
Scott was inducted into the Triathlon and Ironman Hall of Fame in 1999.
"More than 1 million people stepped up to a triathlon starting line last year—37 percent of them women, according to USA Triathlon." Women's Health Magazine
Have you recently set a goal that requires energy, time and a whole lot of physical exercise like a triathlon? Deena Knight, wife and stay-at-home Mom of three in Charlotte, North Carolina recently completed the Rambling Rose Triathlon, an event designed to celebrate the empowerment of women.
She shares what it's like to try to schedule in training with three active kids (it doesn't always happen.) Even if a mom or dad is motivated, sometimes it's tough to stick to the plan. But that doesn't mean the dream is done. Game Ready Moms like Deena often push themselves to be living examples of the lessons they share with their children. Listen to her story of pushing through and finishing despite glitches in preparation.
Sanja Tomasevic, an Assistant Volleyball Coach/Recruiting Coordinator for the University of Texas San Antonio Roadrunners also joins us. Sanja had a stellar career at the University of Washington, earning 2005 Pac-10 Player of the Year honors. As a coach, she shares her expertise and experience. She'll be on hand to answer questions about the college recruiting process and pro volleyball options.
Join us or send in your questions tonight.
Stephen McCarthy of The McCarthy Project put together a special report on the coaches and athletes who will be particpating in Kona Ironman.
1. Kris Swarthout, USA Triathlon Coach for Cindy Blackstock, on the history and the importance of helping athletes on the journey of life.
2. Cindy Blackstock, cancer survivor and Kona Ironman participant, has been chosen to be one of the featured athletes in this years race. She will share her story of victory over breast cancer less than a year ago to compete in this years race.
3. Winter Vinecki, 14 year old triathlete, on her father's untimely death from prostate cancer and how she turns the negatives in life into posititives.
For more information, visit The McCarthy Project.
Triathlon Legend and Hall of Famer Dave Scott on Developing Young Talent within Endurance Sports 6-Time Triathlon World Champion Dave Scott joined Stephen McCarthy of The McCarthy Project to discuss current trends in the world of triathlon and the development of young athletes.
We covered the following areas specific to endurance athletes.
1. Strength and Conditioning needs to remain or become a vital part of a triathlete's overall program.
2. Balance within each athlete's training program is a key to success, not survival of the fittest training or who works the hardest as method of choice to develop your talent as an endurance athlete.
3. Art and Science are feathered together to find the best program based on the individual athlete, not "mythical, old-wives tales or "science says do this" training programs.
4. Recovery must be promoted as one of the pillars to success in triathlon.