Announcements: Ragnar SoCal signups! Join us April 1-2, 2016, for an epic adventure of a lifetime. Email: events@enduranceplanet.com. LOL: Bro science takes on altitude training masks, watch here. Teaser: Upcoming podcast on hydration, sweat rate, sweat sodium loss with Precision Hydration. Offseason talk: Lucho and Tawnee give their take on the article “The Myth of winter Read More

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Endurance Planet’s Week of Kona coverage is brought to you by Polar, leaders in heart rate monitor and fitness-assessment technology. Find out more at enduranceplanet.com/polar. Take a trip into the infamous Energy Lab — one of the toughest portions of the Ironman World Championship race course. But no worries, no harsh conditions in this feature. Read More

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This episode of Ask the Coaches is brought to you by Squatty Potty, which helps you achieve the perfect poop; find out more at enduranceplanet.com/squattypotty. Choose from multiple designs and use the code “enduranceplanet” for a 15% discount! On this episode, Lucho and Tawnee team up to cover all this and more: -Fly fishing and shark Read More

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Lucho and Tawnee team up to answer your questions on: . -How do you go about determining “race pace.” Specifically for a marathon and a BQ, but also for triathlon and in general. -When trying to stay around goal watts on bike, what’s your opinion on what to do when you get in a pack Read More

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We welcome Jennifer Sage, longtime indoor cycling instructor and founder of the Indoor Cycling Association, who will share some great insight on the world of stationary bike classes with tips on finding the right class, what “trends” to avoid, power and watts, biomechanics of stationary riding, techniques for athletes, enhancing hill climbing skills, customizing your Read More

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Is it possible to go too easy on a cool down, what are the advantages of riding in or out-of-the-saddle and is it good or bad for triathletes to get out of the saddle, more on the minimalist training approach vs bigger volume with specific weekly breakdowns and the variables in choosing you best plan, what Read More

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On this special episode, we talk with pro cyclist James Stout, who is an Extreme Endurance athlete and also suffers from Type 1 diabetes. In the show, James will share his journey as a diabetic athlete, explain the condition, tell us how you can still be a successful athlete with diabetes, and much more. Also, we’ll Read More

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Author and journalist Michael Vitez joins the show to talk about his new book, “The Road Back: A Journey of Grace and Grit.” In the book, Vitez tells the story of triathlete Matthen Miller, who was in a cycling accident that nearly killed him. Instead, Miller survived and went on to become an Ironman (in a Read More

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On this special episode of Endurance Planet, Gray Wheels’ Stefan Laursen, Head Designer and Developer of Synergy and Gray, and Jason Schoonover, Sales and Marketing Manager, join us to talk all about carbon race wheels for cycling and triathlon. First find out the story behind Gray and Synergy and how these brands came to be. Then hear all you’ll ever need Read More

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August 10, 2010

The Endurance Planet Hour

This week we talk about about the most famous cyclist in the world -- Lance Armstrong. We also hear from 24-year-old Abe Clark who ran unassisted across the United States. And we hear a story about an elite runner who started out with all the promise in the world, got distracted by the challenges Read More

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