The world of endurance sport is ever changing: equipment, training techniques, nutrition and lifestyle advice. Every week, Andrew and Michael will discuss one novel component in the endurance ecosystem, or we will speak with an innovator in our field and let them tell their story.
Third Anniversary Top Ten
On the eve of the third anniversary of the podcast, Michael revisits our ten most-downloaded episodes.
JP Ballard at IMWC St George
JP Ballard returns to tell us about his testing at the IMWC St George, how Swiss Side is supporting its athletes, and some questionable equipment choices on the course.
JP Ballard of Swiss Side - Part 1
Jean-Paul Ballard, former F1 aerodynamicist and founder and CEO of Swiss Side, is on this week to tell us why F1 engineers make the best cycling nerds, his company's approach to optimizing bike aerodynamics, and the challenges of getting it right.
Maximilian Hoflich on Training Intensity and Testing
Miximilian Hoflich of Polite Coaching speaks about his approach to measuring, controlling, and prescribing intensity-based endurance training.
Mark Ernsting and Ben Bschaden of Gibli are on this week to present their G10 sensor and speak to its advantages and novel solutions to the challenges of evaluating cycling aerodynamics.
Which one Blows Harder?
Andrew and Michael nerd all the way out on indoor cycling fans and the aero costs of flappy run kit.
Love this podcast
They discuss topics in endurance athletics in a very easy to understand and relatable way.
Sports Science Distilled - Add to your podcast list!
I always look forward to the new Endurance Innovation Podcasts when they come out. Andrew and Michael do an excellent job on breaking down complex research into an easy to understand form. They provide both the data and science that backs up the findings as well and clarifying the topics to make them actionable for any endurance athlete looking to improve. The shows are the right combination of nerdy and entertaining. I highly recommend this podcast.
Technical info that’s actually enjoyable to listen to
I’m an engineer so I like to get nerdy with data/technology, but this pod cast gives a great balance of getting into the weeds but also giving the information at a level everyone can understand.