Welcome to episode 11 of Holistic Performance Nutrition (HPN) featuring Tawnee Gibson, MS, CSCS, CISSN, and Julie McCloskey, a certified holistic nutrition coach who you can find over at wildandwell.fit. On this episode: Research Review: Non-nutritive Sweeteners (NNS) Implications for Consumption in Athletic Populations  Purpose of this review: (a) consolidating the existing metabolic concerns in Read More

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Intro Banter and Announcements: We have a bunch of new EP gear — including just-added men’s and women’s athletic tech T-shirts — for casual wear, kids and babies go over to our Gear page. Get your hands on some and send us a pic of you sporting the logo! Wanna run Ragnar SoCal with the Read More

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Sanjay Rawal is a filmmaker and runner. His most recent film is called 3100: Run and Become, which documents a small but mighty race in New York every year in which people spend nearly their whole summer running roughly 60 miles every day consecutively on a 1/2 mile block until they reach 3100 miles, taking Read More

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Welcome to episode 10 of Holistic Performance Nutrition featuring Coach Tawnee and Julie McCloskey, a certified holistic nutrition coach who you can find over at wildandwell.fit. Michael says: In Response to HPN 9 and Vegan Diets Hi Tawnee and Julie, As a long time listener to the show, I looked forward to a balanced, and Read More

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Thorsten and Tawnee caught up the day after the 2019 Ironman World Championships to recap race highlights and take you through the record-breaking, awe-inspiring day! You can read more race review details and stats over at Thorsten’s website, trirating.com.   Men’s Top 5 Jan Frodeno Tim O’donnell Sebastian Kienle Ben Hoffman Cameron Wurf Women’s Top Read More

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Intro Endurance Planet is opening up a second team for Ragnar! Email events@enduranceplanet.com if you’re interested. New moms are medaling at Worlds and men in their late 30s are breaking world records! These amazing feats shows that we’re learning how to take better care of ourselves as athletes and extending the limits of what we Read More

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The Ironman World Championships take place on Saturday, Oct. 12, and on this episode we are here with Thorsten Radde of trirating.com (Twitter @ThRadde) for our official Kona preview. Grab a copy of Thorsten’s Kona Rating Report, which is nearly 200 pages of detailed athlete analysis and race info. Thorsten was also nice enough to Read More

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  On this show, we welcome back coach Alan Couzens to dive into two new studies that endurance athletes will want to hear about, especially those who are prone to cramping and/or those racing in hot conditions. Check out Alan’s blog or follow him on Twitter. The studies discussed on this show include: The effect Read More

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Intro: Tawnee did a 6K Xterra trail race! Holding back on the hill climb by walking allowed her to cruise for the rest of the race and win her age group. Google has changed their algorithm to downgrade functional and alternative medicine information. You’re going to have to look harder to get this information. Swim Read More

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  Julie Moss is a Ironman triathlon legend whose 1982 crawl to the finish at the Ironman World Championships made sport history and inspired countless athletes to do a triathlon. Julie’s new memoir, Crawl of Fame: Fifteen Feet That Created an Ironman Triathlon Legend, is now available to the public and it is a very Read More

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