ATC 208: Etiquette for Peeing on the Bike During a Tri, Managing Panic Attacks, Fat-Burning vs. Performance Goals, and More
April 29, 2016
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On this show with Tawnee and Lucho:
- Tawnee tells about her Boston Marathon experience.
- Soreness on the top of the foot, what could this be? Ideas: Metatarsal stress fracture, bone spur, shoes too tight.
- Young 24-year-old male describes being a highly anaerobic endurance athlete who holds his heart rate at 170-190+ bpm often, and his MAF pace is very slow at the lower HR. What does this mean? What should he do?
- A highly active anaerobic system is a red flag, not sustainable, a la Maffetone.
- Take a step back and focus on developing the aerobic base?
- Managing panic attacks. Lucho and Tawnee share insight.
- What does it means and what should you do if you happen to freak out on the swim during a triathlon, even if you’re an experience triathlete?
- Channel your panic energy into productive race energy.
- How to properly pee on the bike and run! We talk strategies and etiquette
- A 44-year-old male runner shares his metabolic test results and how he’s become a great fat burner even at high heart rates. How does this fit in with his MAF heart rate/pace, as well as performance goals. We debate!
- Figuring out aerobic threshold training heart rate when fat-burning exceeds the 180 Formula MAF HR.
- Are you giving up potential performance to be an extreme fat burner?
- How to balance getting ideal results with your fat-burning goals?
- When too low carb starts slowing you down, and when it’s time to add back in some carbs