#86 — Make Training Fun for Better Performance (p.1 of 2 with Hunter Allen)
Episode 86 (this episode) Part 1: basic training principles, key training & physiology terms, simplified training intensity levels Episode 87: Part 2: deep dive into “no man’s land” and sweetspot, how to prioritize training efforts, and more on why building in fun is the key Hunter Allen Bio: Ex-Pro cyclist Peaks Coaching Group Founder, CEO...
#85 — A Mindset for Athletic Longevity with Carrie Jackson
(1) How to develop or maintain a mindset that helps older athletes continue to fight against the gravity of aging…against the continual friction against forward progress..a mindset that addresses the inevitability of setbacks…and maybe doesn’t even view setbacks as bad but just as a normal thing like a rainy day to use for some indoor training
#84 — Psyche of the Injured Athlete w/Dr Laura Miele
Dr. Miele runs her own business ‘Mind over Body Athletics, LLC’ in which she trains and consults athletes and coaches in a variety of sports, sport psychology, injury prevention, and training methods.
#83 — Pain Solutions: Real vs. Hype w/Paul Ingraham of PainScience.com
Load Management is not just a new way to talk about progressive overload, it is a way of thinking about avoiding and resolving pain and injuries.
#81 – Muscle Building Nutrition for Endurance Athletes w/James Morehen, PhD
James Morehen, PhD provides his expert opinion on the use of protein and more for the purpose of building and maintaining muscle while engaging in endurance exercise and/or losing body fat.
#80 — Power to the Pelvis w/Dr. Susie Gronski
A licensed doctor of physical therapy, certified pelvic rehabilitation practitioner. Cycling can result in negative effects on pelvic health, including pain and numbness.
#79 — Fasting: The Oldest Cure in the World w/Steve Hendricks
Steve Hendricks, author of The Oldest Cure in the World. Stevehendricks.org/ Bookshop.org