Welcome to Tri Talk, your podcast source for triathlon tips, training, news and more. Our goal is to help you swim, bike, and run faster to meet your personal triathlon goals. We cover sprint distance to Ironman distance, whether you're an elite or amateur triathlete.
Tri Talk focuses on the physiology and physics of triathlon, without ignoring the human impact and joy of the sport. Check out the website, www.tri-talk.com, to access dozens more archived episodes.
Tri Talk Triathlon Podcast, Episode 80
Tri Talk and Human Kinetics present the audio presentation of Chapter 17 from the definitive triathlon training guide, Triathlon Science. Flexibility and performance are strange bedfellows. Read by the co-author, David Warden.
Tri Talk Triathlon Podcast, Episode 79
It's Tri Small Talk! Are you looking for a classic Tri Talk episode filled with research, objectivity, and science? Then listen to an archived episode. Today, we discuss questions from the mailbag, trivial triathlon trivia, and regional event coverage.
Tri Talk Triathlon Podcast, Episode 78
Tri Talk and Human Kinetics present the audio presentation of Chapter 16 from the definitive triathlon training guide, Triathlon Science. The science and structure of how warm-up and cool-down can improve training and race-day performance. Read by the co-author, David Warden.
Tri Talk Triathlon Podcast, Episode 77
Why your choice of apparel may be more important than your choice of helmet or hydration, and what you've been missing from my supplemental blog. Textiles and typing, today, on Tri Talk.
Tri Talk Triathlon Podcast, Episode 76
Wind tunnel testing on 10 hydration systems, and an interview with Ironman World Champion Chris McCormack. Today, on Tri Talk.
Tri Talk Triathlon Podcast, Episode 75
Holographic bracelets, regional bragging rights, and a wind tunnel teaser. Today, on Tri Talk.
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Loves to investigate!
David Warden provides listeners with wealth of tri related information. I especially love when he uses himself as a guinea pig!
Race Hot? Listen to Episode 44 ...
... and learn about heat acclimation.
Again, this is the best triathlon training resource available on podcast.
Truly an exceptional podcast. David has the technical understanding of biomechanics and sports physiology to give a thorough academic and practical review of research and studies but the keen ability to translate it for the lay person who might not know all the jargon and background. Never have I heard such an exceptional blend of entertainment and education and my sincerest respect goes out to David for his job well done. Bravo!