On this episode with Dr. Phil Maffetone: Acid reflux in ironman (but never before that!) – possible causes and ideas for solutions. On stomach acid. The problem with antacids. Trouble-shooting Ironman nutrition issues despite being incredibly fat-adapted and healthy. Pre-race breakfast thoughts and keeping it simple! Considering fewer calories before a big race to put less stress on… read more

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Do you chew gum while you’re training/racing? You may want to think twice about that habit and ditch the “artificial junk” Typical sugar free gum ingredients: Sorbitol, Gum Base, Glycerol, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Hydrogenated Starch Hydrolysate, Aspartame, Mannitol, Acesulfame K, Soy Lecithin, Xylitol, Colors (Beta-Carotene, Blue 1 Lake), BHT (to Maintain Freshness). Artificial sweeteners… read more

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Brie Wieselman is a functional health practitioner in Santa Cruz, Calif., who specializes in reprograming hormones, fixing digestion, improving detoxification systems and female wellness. Her philosophy is that our physical health creates the bandwidth for our emotional, spiritual, and professional growth and success. Download Brie’s free handout titled “The Foundation of Health” here. On this… read more

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On this episode of Ask the Coaches with Tawnee and Lucho: What is MAF? Explanation for new listeners and a refresher for loyal fans. Tawnee and Lucho each give their definition of MAF. Equipment recommendations for nighttime (or early morning) running/workouts to remain visible and safe? High-visibility Petzel headlamps – our pick! LED flashlight Nathan Bandolier… read more

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Ben Greenfield joins for another edition of Sports Nutrition. What are oxalates and when would a low-oxalate diet be beneficial? Oxalates and their role in kidney stones, joint aches and pains Foods high in oxalates: Leafy greens like spinach, kale, rhubarb, almonds, beets, beer Cooking can lower oxalates Candida or fungal issues can make oxalates… read more

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On this show we feature Dr. Phil Maffetone with special guest Zach Bitter. Zach recently embarked on MAF training this year and has been a fan and follower of Phil’s for years but on this show they meet for the first time with a great conversation ensuing. We find out why Zach started training by the MAF… read more

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On this episode of Ask The Coaches with Tawnee & Lucho: Training postpartum, and targeting future triathlons including the LD World Championships in 2017 – feeling fitter, but more strength endurance needed! How to increase strength on the bike to sustain the higher power and not get tired at a moderate RPE? Is it cutting it… read more

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For past episodes of “So You Wanna Go Pro” (No. 1-4) click here. On this show we’re joined by not only Matt Bach this time, but also his wife, Lauren Bach, for an exciting update: Matt’s Santa Cruz 70.3 experiment and result More health testing: 4-point Cortisol test Fresh blood labs with new, improved testosterone numbers… read more

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Recently we attended the Bulletproof Conference in Pasadena, Calif., to learn about the latest and greatest in biohacking, self-quantification and self-enhancement. (Tawnee will be sharing some of the top things she learned over at lifepostcollective.com.) Our friend and frequent podcast guest Dr. Tamsin Lewis was in attendance, and together with Tawnee they had the chance to sit down for a quick… read more

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On this episode of Ask the Coaches with Lucho and Tawnee: Study: The Influence of a Personal Trainer on Self-Selected Loading during Resistance Exercise. Takeaway: people did “more” when a personal trainer was there and didn’t cut corners so to speak. We can probably assume the same for those with a coach for endurance sport… read more

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