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A Triathlon and Cycling podcast dedicated to help improve you as an athlete. If you're a triathlete competing in Ironman, Ironman 70.3 or Olympic triathlon this is for you. Hosted by expert Triathlon coach and Australian Ironman Champion Gerard Donnelly, listen in to help you Train Smarter to Race Faster
 
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Since 2006 Coach Joe Beer and various side-kicks, guests & athletes have given training, nutrition & technology advice to improve your triathlon, duathlon, Ironman, running & cycling performances. Visit these great brands www.ScienceInSport.com www.Nopinz.com www.SouthForkRacing.co.uk and www.ForthEdge.co.uk
 
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In this episode, I sat down with Cat Heimburger better know as @howcatrolls on Instagram. We discuss how she got started in endurance racing, how she learned to swim as an adult, how her almost 1000 consecutive day run streak and how she’s feeling just a few weeks out from Ironman 70.3 Memphis. Be sure to track her on race day October 1st through t…
 
We like to model what the pros are doing because they should theoretically be the most advanced in the game about what is working with training - they have the most investment behind them, the best teams, the best coaches and exercise scientists… So it makes sense to copy them. But not all the time. Today we want to get clarity on what sort of thin…
 
In this episode we make a new triathlon friend. Pamela Benjamin was brave enough to share her story. We hear how she got introduced to triathlon, how some of her races have gone, we talk about the Texas heat and she announces she plans to race Ironman Texas in 2023. You can follow Pamela on Instagram @pamela_does_beast_fitness…
 
In this episode we hear from Ironman in training and co-author of The Money Funnel System, Jaime Farias. During our conversation Jaime reveals how he got started in triathlon and what time inspired him to write a book. Jaime believes that my following The Money Funnel System, just about anyone can properly manage the money they currently make. To g…
 
We are not nutrition experts so these aren’t our opinions, but we wanted to put the best lessons from the professionals we’ve had on the podcast in one place. Timestamp: 00:00 - Introduction 01:10 - Gratitude 03:45 - What has caught our attention 09:40 - Collins Cup 14:15 - Kona: Enjoyment VS Cost 22:00 - Rule #1: Understanding Correct Fueling 25:1…
 
Every so often we open up questions to the Supercoach and answer some of the most common questions we get! So in today’s episode we picked some common questions or topics that have been coming up and spoke about them. In this episode Gerard answers: Should you train power first and then endurance when training for longer distance events? Or the oth…
 
Are you guilty of training too hard or too easy, or have you been able to find the right balance… Is there a perfect balance? If so where is it? We’ve heard of 80/20, polarised training, pyramidal training, just 2 hard sessions a week, 3 hard sessions a week, more… We’re going to talk about all the factors that contribute to getting this balance ri…
 
In this episode we hear from Lisa Stelly. I was introduced to Lisa by Brian Valparaiso who was a guest in episode 50. We learn that Lisa is engaged to be married, has 2 adult children, and works at her local bike shop. Lisa describes herself as an athlete but not necessarily athletic. She shares how she got introduced to endurance racing and confes…
 
Ryan completed a PhD in exercise science focusing predominantly on the topics of exercise efficiency and fatigue. This education combined with Ryan's background as a national level track cyclist, and passionate road cyclist and runner, as well as his passion for data gives him a unique insight into the training methodologies, pitfalls and strategie…
 
The weekend of October 15th and 16th of 2022, the city of Waco, TX will host it’s second annual Ironman Festival. Saturday October 15th the city will host the full-distance Ironman race and on Sunday October 16th they will host the Ironman 70.3 race. To bring awareness to the sport, The Great Waco Sports Commission, with the help of several generou…
 
We’ve been lucky to witness a packed calendar of sports the last month, with the world’s best athletes competing against each other in some of the biggest races on the calendar. The Tour de France (men’s and women’s), the world athletic champs and the commonwealth games to name a few. Here are our best lessons from watching the world’s best athlete…
 
In this episode, I speak to Tiffany and Caitlin Saunders. Together they are known as Team Saunders. They were so much fun hanging out with. I learned how they first met, talked about potential, training, their favorite races, qualifying for worlds, posting quality social media content, and of course bikes. If you aren't already, be sure to follow t…
 
In this episode, we hear from the author of the new book From Coach Potato to Endurance Athlete, Hilary Topper. Hilary shares her inspiration for writing the book and we talk about some of the stories that she wrote about. Hilary currently lives in New York and besides being a published author, she is a wife and mom as well as a business owner and …
 
What does it take to get the most of your cycling? Today we’re going through a checklist of the top 30 things you need to do to become the complete cyclist. If you can confidently say you tick off these things, you can be sure you are getting the most out of yourself as an athlete. Timestamp: 00:00 - Introduction 00:50 - Gratitude 03:30 - Tour de F…
 
In this episode, we hear from Carey Cribbs. Carey is a wife, mother of 4 adult children, grandmother of 5, ER Physician and multiple time Ironman Finisher. While giving her background Carey shares that after competing as a gymnast in college, she took 30 years off for her career and to raise her family. When her youngest turned 16, she took up runn…
 
Lots of exciting things to discuss today! It’s July meaning The Tour de France is on which makes us very happy, we discuss the results from a recent half marathon and marathon festival, we’ve got a time trial question, a sprinting question and much more. Timestamp: 00:00 - Introduction 00:40 - Gratitude 06:40 - The toughest Ironman in the world? 12…
 
In this episode we hear from Kim Nicholsen. Kim is a husband (in spirit), father, grandfather and Ironman Finisher. Kim lives in Denmark and finished Ironman Copenhagen in 2014. He grew up playing soccer and tennis. Before getting into triathlon talk, Kim provides some insight into how the current war in Ukraine is affecting his area. While they ar…
 
Taryn Richardson is a sports dietitian that works specifically with Triathletes. This is an important detail because nutrition for triathletes is very different to nutrition for most other sports! She’s an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Advanced Sports Dietitian with qualifications in A Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition & Dietetics) Hons a…
 
In this episode, we hear from 2X Ironman Finisher, Jon Welty. Jon is married, recently transitioned from being a collegiate cross-country and track and field coach to a corporate recruiter and is currently training for Ironman Florida. Jon lives in St. Louis, MO with his wife and since our recording have celebrated their 2nd wedding anniversary. Jo…
 
Dylan Johnson is a professional cyclist and cycling coach with a huge following on youtube, where he makes videos using science-based evidence to help cyclists know what is fact and what is fiction. He draws from his experience as a top-level ultra-endurance mountain and gravel racer, but more important than that he actually looks at the science an…
 
It’s safe to assume most athletes aren’t testing enough… why? Because the amount of testing you could be doing that would “aid” your performance is mind-blowing to most athletes. And no, we’re not just talking about VO2 max/lab testing here, we’re talking about the value in field testing. We’ve seen FTP testing getting a bit of a bad rap recently, …
 
In this episode we hear from Doug Broughton. Doug recently completed his 1st full distance race at Ironman Tulsa last month. Doug shared that he and his wife celebrated their 22nd Wedding Anniversary 2 days before the race. Doug lives in the Southern part of Wisconsin and when not working from home commutes to Chicago, Illinois. He shared that he h…
 
Today's episode topic is about what data you need to stick to on race day. Because whatever distance you’re doing, whether it’s a Sprint, Olympic, 70.3 or full Ironman distance triathlon, each race requires its own pacing strategy If you want to get the most out of yourself in your race, you need to understand what your pace capability you are able…
 
In this episode, we hear an incredible story of survival. Candace Gantt shares her story. Candace is a wife, mother, and Ironman finisher. Candace is also a survivor of a Traumatic Brain Injury. Cadace shares that before discovering running at the age of 35 would not have considered herself as an athletic person. Before long she found herself in th…
 
We’re excited to be back in the podcast studio today as there’s so much exciting news coming out of the world of triathlon and cycling. Aussie Jai Hindley takes over Italy, 4 of the best Ironman athletes completed the impossible and we take a look at how to ride a complicated bike course well so you gain as much of an advantage over your competitor…
 
In this episode, we hear from Brian Valparaiso as he shares his experience racing Ironman St. George just a few weeks ago. Brian is married, has two adult children, and works full-time while balancing Ironman training. Brian shares that he signed up for Ironman St. George after completing Ironman 70.3 St. George in 2021 so he got in before the deci…
 
Andy Blow is a Sports Scientist and the founder of Precision Fuel & Hydration. Andy was formerly an elite-level triathlete who can count a couple of top-10 IRONMAN finishes and an Xterra Age-Group World title to his name. It was during his racing career that he discovered how personalising your own carb, electrolyte and fluid intake can make such a…
 
Pretty sure no one ever said “a family that trains and competes in triathlon together, stays together” but they might after listening to this episode. Tyler and Jenna Russell live in Ohio, have been married for 6 years, are raising 2 young boys and are both pursuing their multi-sport dreams. Jenna is a Special Education teacher, and she describes w…
 
Returning guest and great friend of TriVelo Brenton Ford from Effortless Swimming is back. Brenton really is a world leader in swim coaching and improvement, with his Effortless Swimming coaching videos amassing millions of views on youtube. He’s especially good at tailoring his coaching for triathletes and the age grouper. Today’s episode is packe…
 
In this episode, Scott Sugimoto returns to talk about his experience at Ironman St. George. Scott had the opportunity to complete his very 1st full distance race at the Ironman World Championships just weeks ago. Scott shares because of how close he lives to St. George that he had the opportunity to do some training on course 3 weeks prior to the e…
 
in this special mid-week episode I talk through my experience this past weekend in Chattanooga, TN. I had a great time, the city of Chattanooga is beautiful, I was able to connect with some friends that I have made over the last year, set a PR in the swim and the run and even got well wishes from a pro. Friday there will be another interview to enj…
 
Throughout the history of our podcast we’ve talk a lot about the different training zones, Zone 2 training, threshold zone, sub threshold, LT1 and LT2.. etc However it recently came to our attention that we’ve never done ONE episode explaining each training zone and how they differ specifically! So here is our 1 dedicated podcast episode explaining…
 
It's finally here. It's Race Weekend. In this episode, I give an update on how my training has gone over the last few weeks, share that my travel plans have changed and give an overview of my plan for the next few days. To see the video that I made to document packing my Trek Speed Concept for flight click the link below. https://youtu.be/1aqEG4yb6…
 
What are the clinically proven, tested and studied best nutrition performance strategies? The best person to answer that question is, with over 30 years of experience in the field, is Professor Louise Burke. Professor Louise Burke, OAM is a pioneer and leader in the nutrition industry for athletes worldwide, we’re proud to say she’s an Australian s…
 
It’s been said that no race can happen without the volunteers but there is another unsung hero that is critical to making any athlete’s race experience a success. In this episode we hear from Kim Ristow who has been called The World’s Greatest Sherpa. Kim is the wife of Jim Ristow who was on Episode 3 back in July 2021. Jim is an accomplished triat…
 
Every event has it’s own specific requirements that you need to make sure you’re adequately prepared for, and this is especially true for any endurance or ultra event, especially the Ironman. We had the epic Port Macquarie IM here in Australia last week, and with the Ironman world champs in St George happening over the weekend, today we’re talking …
 
Way back in December 2021, in episode 23, we met Brandon Hozack. Brandon is an endurance athlete that has Ankylosing Spondylitis or AS as Brandon refers to it. We learned that Brandon has decided to take control of his life and show his son and others affected by this disease that you can still live life to the fullest. In this episode, Brandon ret…
 
Once you get started in the cycling or triathlon world, a pandora’s box opens up to you with what seems like infinite choices you need to make about products, equipment and everything to do with training and racing. So in this episode, we’re going to give you our thoughts on some of the key decisions you need to be making and which option to go for…
 
In this episode we hear from Ironman Maryland Finisher and Captain of Team Elbe, her relay team at Ironman 70.3 Texas, Evelyn Shreve. Team Elbe and Team Caliber, my relay team, we next to each other in transition in Galveston. Evelyn has been married for 29 years, lives in Philadelphia, PA and is an “empty nester.” She shares that when she’s not in…
 
What made you pick your current running shoe? Is it just the shoe or brand you’ve always worn? Is it because a pro wore it so you figured it must be good? (Which is a fairly valid reason!) Or is it because you were told that shoe would give you the support you needed? With the amount of shoe brands and types of shoe around, it’s becoming more diffi…
 
In the episode we hear from 11 time Ironman Finisher, Vicki Muir Cherin. Vicki is signed up and will be going for finish #12 at Ironman Texas on April 22, 2022. Vicki currently lives in Boca Raton, FL with her husband and they 2 adult children and 3 grandchildren. Vicki talks through how she got introduced to the sport of triathlon. Because of an i…
 
With the end of tri season here in Australia it’s time for a lot of our athletes to take a break. Around the rest of the world the racing season is just beginning, and you may be starting to get into some seriously good form! But the question remains, it is difficult to maintain a high intensity training program for 52 weeks of the year without ove…
 
In this episode we hear from Ironman Wisconsin finisher, Paul Wilson. Paul and his wife of 33 years, Charlette, live in San Antonio, TX and have two adult children. Paul serves as pastor at Cibolocreek Community Church which he started 25 years ago. Paul describes himself as being an average athlete growing up. He shares that he went to small priva…
 
Nick Jankovskis is the lead sports scientist and performance coach at METS Performance Consulting. Specialists in improving endurance performance by accurately analysing performance through physiological testing to prescribe optimised individualised training. Nick is highly experienced in working in high-performance sport in both individual and tea…
 
In this episode, I talk about my experience during Ironman 70.3 Texas. During my conversation with Angie Jackson way back in episode 18, I committed to being a volunteer. Since is was only swimming, I decided this would be the perfect opportunity to make good on that promise. Like most things, you get way more than you give! I met some incredible p…
 
Fresh off our finish of Ironman 70.3 Texas where Eric, Lindsay and I competed as a relay team, we discuss our experience. We talk about what we learned, how we performed relative to our expectation and why one of us found our way into the Medical tent at the end of the race.
 
Big episode today we’ve got lots to discuss as always with the world of sports cycling, triathlon athletics. But we’re looking at the question, are junk miles worth it? We all want to get that extra edge, and if athletes have time we often see them sneaking in extra km’s on the bike or running when they can, but are these sessions actually doing an…
 
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