21 Results for: Tim Noakes

Dr. Tim Noakes and Dr. Phil Maffetone have followed each other and supported one another’s careers for decades, but they’ve never actually met. Until now. Endurance Planet brings these two brilliant men together for the first time in history, making for an instant classic podcast! LifeBEAM makes the world’s most advanced wearable instruments for measuring…

An Endurance Planet exclusive featuring Dr. Tim Noakes, exercise and sports science professor who’s famous for his diet and and hydration strategies for endurance athletes and author of best-selling books  “The Lore of Running,” “Waterlogged,” and hundreds of scientific publications. In this episode we cover three main areas with Dr. Noakes: diet, hydration and fatigue.…

On the final day of 2013, we take a walk down memory lane and revisit Endurance Planet’s No. 1 most popular episode of the year. That hit show would be a special interview we did featuring Dr. Timothy Noakes in which we discuss diet, the role of carbs/low-carb, central governor theory and much more. Click…

On this show we discuss a couple new studies just released in the NSCA’s Journal of Strength and Conditioning: “The Effect of Rocktape on Rating of Perceived Exertion and Cycling Efficiency” -18 recreational cyclists -4 conditions: 60% vo2max with RT; 60% VO2max no RT; 80% vo2max with RT; 80% VO2max no RT -During the RT…

Ben joins us for this episode of Sports Nutrition to talk about what to make of the opposing viewpoints of Tim Noakes’ low-carb diet approach compared with Rich Roll’s high-carb (~80%) vegan approach to diet especially when each proclaim benefits of both, also thoughts on Vinnie Tortorich’s “No Sugar No Grain” approach, as well as…

Ben Greenfield joins to answer your questions on transitioning to a more plant-based diet and the pros/cons for athletes, should we follow Tim Noakes’ “Waterlogged” guidelines where it comes to hydration and salt intake, late-night snack after late-night workout, nutritional supplements to help loosen up muscles and discussion on differences in nutritional planning/demands for sprint, olympic, half Ironman…

Lucho joins to update us on his Leadman training and racing, as well as answer your questions on calf cramping, can the sub-2hr marathon be broken, ITB issues, food for a 24-hr race, the “Max King Approach” for amateurs, input on Time Noakes’ book “Waterlogged,” does playing a sport (such as basketball) impact endurance training, strength training…

1/15/18 Calesse Trouble sleeping and waking up at night hungry My question is related to sleep and was sparked by your episode several months ago about chronotypes (fascinating!) I took the quiz and determined I’m a dolphin, which makes a lot of sense to me given my tendency to have difficulty falling asleep, awaken multiple…

On this episode of Ask The Coaches: BQ or bust! With a history of a 3:15 marathon, followed by a couple injury-laden years, how to get back on track for a BQ and/or sub-3 marathon? Is MAF training for the marathon the safest route to avoid re-injury? What kind of timeline for an aggressive marathon…

On this episode, we welcome back sports journalist Alex Hutchinson, who’s written a fascinating new book titled Endure: Mind, Body and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance. Pre-order your copy here (ships out out in February). Endure is a must-read for all endurance athletes! In addition to authoring books, Alex is Outside Magazine’s Sweat Science columnist…

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