The Triathlon Taren Podcast with Taren and NTK (No Triathlon Kim), features pro triathletes, heavy hitters in the triathlon world, age group triathletes from around the world, and coverage of races and triathlon events. Every Sunday night on the Triathlon Taren Podcast you'll hear fun, engaging and informative tri-related interviews from the triathlon world led by Taren and NTK.
No Ironman, no problem! Create your own race with Kevin Rodriguez and Lauren Boulay
Kevin Rodriguez and Lauren Boulay are co-workers and training partners. When COVID caused their very first half-IRONMAN race to be cancelled, their friends & family stepped up in a huge way and helped them do a self-supported 70.3. We talk to Kevin and Lauren about their big day, how they went from beginners to where they are now, and more.
From Paralyzed To Olympic Hopeful in 18 Months | Leanne Taylor
Two years ago, Leanne Taylor was on an afternoon hilly bike ride with her boyfriend when a simple braking error changed her life -- she went over her handlebars, breaking her spine and paralyzing her from the belly button down. But with an endlessly positive spirit, Leanne turned potential tragedy into a whole new path in life: she's now in the Canadian Paralympic program and poised to potentially compete in the Tokyo 2021 Paralympics.
Your Zone 2 Questions Answered
Today on the podcast, Taren answers Zone 2 running questions from triathletes who submitted their questions via audio message. He addresses the length of time it can take to make progress with Zone 2 running, how/why it works, reasons why you might not be making progress despite doing it "properly" for a decent length of time, and many other common questions.
What Never Missing A Workout Can Get You | Doug Gailey
Doug Gailey has been nicknamed Mr.100 - as in 100% - because he literally never misses a workout on TeamTrainiac.com. Doug is an age-grouper who, only a few years ago, couldn't swim more than just a side-stroke. But a total commitment to his workouts has shown what consistency can do: he's not only a comfortable, capable swimmer, he's put down great 70.3 race times, and looking forward to continued improvements when racing resumes again!
How Much Progress Can An Amateur Triathlete Make Starting From Scratch in Three Years | Robyn Stirling
Robyn Stirling got into triathlon a few years ago, after an ACL injury suffered during Mixed Martial Arts fighting. He committed to Zone 2 training as part of his plan on TeamTrainiac.com, and we talk about how his patience is paying off in spades.
Overtraining: How To Identify It and Recover
On this week's episode of the podcast, Taren brings an update on his personal overtraining recovery story. Where is he at now, how did he know he was dealing with overtraining, and what he's doing to battle back to 100%.
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