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With Kona right around the corner, on this show we feature professional triathlete Pete Jacobs, the winner of the 2012 Ironman World Championships. The year prior to that, Pete was second at Kona and the winner of Ironman Australia. After a hiatus, this year he’s toeing the line at Kona again. Today we’re going to…

  Dr. Steve Gangemi, the Sock Doc, is back on the show. We hear about his latest adventure race and he provides his wisdom on the following: Sports nutrition – fact or myth? We clarify the following: Does coffee/caffeine before exercise leads to dehydration? https://link.springer.com/article/10.2165%2F00007256-200131110-00002 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12187618?dopt=Abstract http://www.nrcresearchpress.com/doi/abs/10.1139/y90-135#.WYnOntPysi4 If you’re fat-adapted can you “race low” (low…

For this Kona special we are making about you. We all have dreams and many of us have that dream to Kona Qualify. Well we have back with us Alan Couzens, MS, to present real-life data on what separates those who qualify for the Ironman World Championships in Kona from those who don’t. These are every day…

Episode 214 of Ask The Coaches with Lucho and Tawnee providing answers to your questions and discussing the latest and greatest for your endurance training and racing. Announcing Ragnar SoCal 2017! We are building the team(s) now and plan to finalize within a month or two so if you’re interesting in a life-changing epic experience running…

We’re back with Episode 4 of “So You Wanna Go Pro” featuring elite triathlete Matt Bach. This episode takes an unexpected and somewhat ironic turn of events. Listen to Ep. 3 here. Matt discusses recent developments in his health & plans to heal: Diagnosis: Stress reaction in femur, osteoporosis, and double genetic mutation in MTHFR with C677T…

  On this show with Lucho and Tawnee: Alactic training routines: What does this even mean? The benefits of alactic training, application and exercise examples. Plus assessing your readiness. This came up on the show with Maffetone and Mark Cucuzella, and Mark says at the end of runs he does: ABCD skips, single leg run,…

On this show: Will several months of backpacking (on the PCT) translate into quality training and fitness for a 100-mile ultra? The pros and cons to lengthy backpacking for training, and the formula to make it all work. Drills to help body position and a better catch in swimming: side kick drills, sculling, catchup drill…

Dr. Steve Gangemi, aka The Sock Doc, joins Endurance Planet for the first time, providing extremely valuable insight and expertise for endurance athletes. Steve operates his holistic alternative health practice out of Chapel Hill, NC. Who is Steve, The Sock Doc? Where did the name “The Sock Doc” come from? Steve’s journey to minimalist and barefoot…

Flashback Friday: Sept. 2013 with Angela Naeth, who had just made her Ironman debut at IM Lake Tahoe, placing 5th. Since then, Angela’s been crowned an Ironman Champion and will be racing Kona for the first time this year… Find out what she had to say about Ironman back then. In this episode, pro triathlete…

Stacy Sims, PhD, is an Environmental Exercise Physiologist and Nutrition Scientist specializing in thermoregulation, hydration, performance nutrition, and sex differences in athletes, implementing strategies to improve performance outcomes and overall health. She’s the co-founder of Osmo Nutrition, natural sports nutrition products for hydration. On this show we provide another perspective on the topic of hydration…


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