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TriSpecifics Kristian Manietta shows you that you don't need talent or luck to succeed in Ironman Triathlon. You just need to DECIDE then follow a proven blueprint that's not following the same old dogma and outdated training models. Our driving focus is the minimal effective dose for the greatest possible outcome. The Fat Black podcast covers all topics Ironman Triathlon and how you can improve massively with focus on marginal gains. Basically we are highly performance orientated but we'll show you how to make it enjoyable at the same time.

TriSpecific's | The Fat Black Podcast Kristian Manietta

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    • 4.9, 55 Ratings

TriSpecifics Kristian Manietta shows you that you don't need talent or luck to succeed in Ironman Triathlon. You just need to DECIDE then follow a proven blueprint that's not following the same old dogma and outdated training models. Our driving focus is the minimal effective dose for the greatest possible outcome. The Fat Black podcast covers all topics Ironman Triathlon and how you can improve massively with focus on marginal gains. Basically we are highly performance orientated but we'll show you how to make it enjoyable at the same time.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
55 Ratings

55 Ratings

ozrules ,

Playing Podcast Catchup

I’m a little late to the podcast world, but I’ve been in San Diego out of Melbourne, for a few decades, and around Triathlon. So your second show I listen to, is Bob Babbitt. We’re close in age, so I rack up near him in many races. You got everything about him so right, with the right questions. Bob probably thinks I’m stalking him, coz I FBd him yesterday. And yes, there is nothing wrong with sprints.

Fatboy Tn ,

Out flipping standing!!!!

Christian is a easy listen and you can just hear he’s a good guy. This genuineness makes doing the hard work he recommends easy to do. Shared suckage is in his heart.

Fizzybaby ,

Bad medical advice!!

I like this podcast overall, but was livid listening to the garbage advice being given out by the unlicensed "nutritional therapy practitioner," Tiana Rochwell, about hormones, and in particular hormone-based birth control methods. I'm a licensed pharmacist and someone who publishes in women's health and I can tell you that much of what she shared was complete nonsense. She should really consider pulling an endocrinology textbook once in a while just to understand how the body actually works. Birth control pills do not make people have estrogen levels above what is physiologic. It's a negative feedback cycle! She said to switch to Nuva Ring to avoid systemic hormones. Wrong! I like Kristian and his wife very much and I like how they focus on training psychology and more natural methods, but please screen more carefully! Anyone giving medical advice (i.e. advising to stop birth control pills) like this should have the requisite training and should be a licensed practitioner in the field.

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