Podcasts

Drs. Phil Maffetone and Catherine Dudick, a trauma surgeon in Atlantic City, come on to talk about the relationship between trauma and exercise and give recommendations to endurance athletes on building a training program that keeps them from falling victim to injury–whether soft-tissue injury or chemical injury. – The similarity between what occurs in athletes and a trauma patients? –… read more

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Ben Greenfield joins for a new sports nutrition to discuss: Cold Therapy – We address the recent and unfortunate cryotherapy chamber death. What’s up with these extreme cold chambers, and are there better/easier/safer ways to get the benefits of cold therapy? – Why you DO want a little cold exposure in your life, but extremes… read more

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New Ask the Coaches with Lucho, lots to catch up on and answers to your questions: Athletes who deal with Seasonal Affective Disorder, SAD. How to go about diagnosing, and tips/recommendations on how to counteract this problem (non-medication form). What you need to know about being with ‘TYPE A’ personality here. How to master running… read more

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Project Badwater, Episode One, brought to you by title sponsor Sound Probiotics. This new series will follow ultrarunner Michelle Barton on her journey to Badwater 135, the world’s toughest foot race, in 2016. Michelle didn’t reach her goals at Badwater 135 this year and she is hungry for redemption. Revisit the podcast documenting Michelle’s Badwater… read more

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Our Kona coverage continues with two legend of the sport, six-time Ironman World Champion Mark Allen and Ironman Champion Tim O’Donnell, who’s fresh off a third-place finish in Kona. Both of today’s guests have made appearances on EP before: Click here for Mark’s appearances; and TO’s visit here. On this show you’ll learn what went… read more

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During this year’s annual Ironman Sports Medicine Conference, Dr. Bob Murray, FACSM, and Dr. Rod MacKinnon, a Nobel prize-winning neuroscientist, presented groundbreaking research on exercise-induced cramps, including work that’s years in the making and has led to a better understanding on the origin of cramps and, more importantly, how to cure them. On this show,… read more

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Three weeks before the Ironman World Championships, professional Haley Chura was just getting into her long Sunday ride when disaster struck–she was hit by a car. The accident knocked her from the road and into a ditch, doing some damage to Haley and her new bike, but, thankfully, it wasn’t the worst possible scenario. She’d… read more

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Thorsten and Tawnee recap the 2015 Ironman World Championship pro race in Kona, Hawaii. In this show: – Highlights and what stood out in 2015? – A 32 % DNF rate among the pros (13 women, 17 men); up from 22% last year – New generation of athletes dominating Kona (Frodo, Ryf, etc.) – Crazy… read more

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Coach Joe Friel sits down with Tawnee overlooking the Kona shores on the eve of the Ironman World Championships to talk all about endurance training. Get a deeper understanding of the process and journey that makes a great athlete. Whether you have a coach or are self-coached this is a must-listen! And of course, some… read more

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Sunny Garcia is a native of Hawaii and has surfed all his life, becoming a pro surfer at age 16. Since then he’s been crowned surfing’s world champion, has dozens of titles to his name and is one of the most well-known surfers on the planet. But this Saturday, Oct. 10, you won’t find Sunny… read more

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