Eric Schwartz offers triathlon training advice for athletes of all levels. Some of the smartest experts in the endurance world join the podcast for interviews. Topics include training, nutrition, equipment, hydration, weight loss, fueling, strength, and Ironman racing. Eric provides advice from his 20 year career as a top athlete and 14+ years of coaching. Triathletes, duathletes, runners, and cyclists will get smarter with each episode.
TT099: Olympian Richard Murray
South African Richard Murray is in the midst of a successful ITU career and in 2016 he finished 4th in the Olympics. We talk about his career in triathlon and the path that led him to where he is today. trimurray.com
TT098: Running Expert Jay Dicharry, Specialist in Biomechanics & Sports Physiologist
Jay Dicharry offered some fantastic knowledge in this interview. He is an expert in many things and also an author. His website describes him better than I could: “Originally from New Orleans LA, Jay completed the Masters of Physical Therapy degree at Louisiana State University Medical Center and is a Board- Certified Sports Clinical Specialist. Jay […]
TT097: 100 Mile Run, Addicted To Intensity, How the Apple Watch Changed My Life
Hillary Spires returns to the show to talk about her preparation for a 100 mile/160km run she completed in Canada in September. She gave herself a 24 hour time limit and she talks about the challenges she endured along the way and during the run. She limited her total training and used intensity to maximize […]
TT096: Physical Therapist Dan Linick
Dan Linick, co-founder of South Jersey Physical Therapist, is my guest. Dan is also my physical therapist and has helped my running significantly. We discuss his background as a physical therapist, some common problems that he’s seen, and some issues I’ve had. We also talked about his previous work in brain rehab and how to […]
TT095: Off-Season Training & Time Limited Training With Matt Dixon
Matt Dixon has experience as a professional athlete, coach to elite and amateur athletes, an exercise physiologist, and an author. His newest book is Fast-Track Triathlete. This book is geared toward athletes who want to maximize their success with limited time to train. The book explains his concepts and includes a 14 week training plan for both […]
TT094: Zach Boivin’s Inspirational Journey From 330 Pounds To An Ironman
Zach Boivin went to watch a friend race Ironman Lake Placid in 2015. At the time he weighed 330 pounds and was not active. He was inspired watching the finishers that night and the next day he decided he was going to do a triathlon. He thought all triathlons were Ironman distance. Fortunately, he […]
Amazing for all levels of athletes!!!
Learning a lot. Just a shame they stopped recording.
Very informative, enjoyed reach episode.
Enjoyable listen; it’s a nice mix of advanced and beginners info which is nice for a beginner! Let’s you get the basics without feeling like you’re being schooled