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The Triathlon Age Group Journey

Jillian Carlson, Jay Cougnet, Matt Sommer

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As triathletes, we love watching and racing with the pros. However, what they do is not always possible for us. This podcast is for age group triathletes that want to be part of a conversation on being the best triathlete they can be with their time, talent, resources, and level of effort. Being age group triathletes, coaches, parents, and full-time working professionals, your hosts, Jillian Carlson, Jay Cougnet and Matt Sommer will be your guide on this adventure. Each podcast, we will disc ...
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Age Grouper For Life Podcast

Age Grouper For Life Triathlon Podcast

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This is a triathlon podcast for age group triathletes hosted by triathlon coaches Colin Cook and Elliot Kawaoka. The podcast focuses on providing helpful information to the everyday triathlete that is trying to optimize their time and get faster.
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This is The Age Grouper Triathlon and Multisport Podcast. Join Jeff and Eric, two regular 30-34 year old triathletes from the heart of the Midwest, in the kind of conversation that only age-groupers can appreciate. We explore the everyday issues that we face as swimmers, cyclists, and runners. If you're part of any age-group, you've found the right podcast!
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We are so excited to go back to our season 1 roots and bring a guest on to share their journey. We hope many of you will recognize this guest's name as he is the co-host of the very popular, That Triathlon Life Podcast. Nick Goldston is a very accomplished age group triathlete and we wanted to really dive deep into his journey and hear how he came …
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In this episode, Colin, Becca, and Elliot discuss race day expectations, managing pre-race nerves, and knowing when to push or back off training intensities. As always, thanks for listening and please let us know if you have any topic requests for future episodes. Hope everyone’s season is off to a great start!---Show Notes:Key Takeaways• Don't obs…
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Unfortunately, many of us do not live in locations that triathlon races are normally conducted. On top of that, many of us have to travel for work and at the very least for vacation. So how do you balance triathlon with travel? How do you make it a little less stressful so you don't add to your training fatigue? Matt, Jillian, and Jay combined have…
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​In this episode, Elliot recaps his 70.3 in St. George last month. He placed 5th in his age group to kick off his triathlon season! Colin and Elliot also discuss the importance of riding outdoors, aero bottle benefits, pre-race preparation, and other tips. Enjoy and thanks for listening!--- Show Notes: Recap of Elliot's 70.3 St. George race and dis…
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If you listened to the last few episodes, you probably knew what we were going to talk about next... the run! Jillian leads the boys in a discussion about the third discipline of triathlon. Things got, lets just say, personal during this episode... you have to listen to find out! Like the bike, we just scratched the surface, so we have much more to…
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Oh my goodness!! The longest leg of triathlon has so much to unpack, doesn't it! Matt, Jay, and Jillian have only begun to scratch the surface of riding bikes! We are calling this part one because we will no doubt need to dedicate another episode in the future to bikes. Hopefully though, this episode will hit some topics that many of you will appre…
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In this latest episode, we have the privilege of interviewing TopGunz athlete, Danny Royce… Call Sign: Daddy Donuts! Danny and his wonderful wife Brittany have two daughters, Sloane and Chandler plus a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Bear. He got into triathlon because it filled a void left by the end of his college swimming career. Turns out h…
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For many age group triathletes, swimming is their biggest weakness. For Matt, Jillian, and Jay, it is no different! We are mesmerized by the few that have been swimming since they were teens or younger. They make it look so easy! We hope everyone will take something away from this raw, fun, and exposing discussion of how we have come to enjoy swimm…
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In this episode, we interview Richard McAinsh, co-founder, technical director, and designer of Ku Cycle. His mission was to design bikes and performance solutions to change cycle sport forever -- rethinking bike design from the ground up while offering the perfect fit for the rider. The Ku Cycle is a super aero bike with a custom fit for riders of …
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How do you go about setting your season of races? Do you sit down all at once and select them? Do you pick them as your season goes? What bucket list races do you have? In this episode, Matt, Jay, and Jillian discuss all this and more! Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/noise-cake/off-the-wall License code: XBQ8CESDZBIL6…
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In this episode, we have the privilege of interviewing Top Gunz Tri Team athlete, Matt Nussbaum. Matt is a mechanical engineer who began triathlon in 2015, currently in the M30-34 age group. Enjoy the latest podcast as we discuss how he became a standout triathlon swimmer (with no competitive swim background), upcoming races, key training philosoph…
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Recovery means a lot of things in the sport of triathlon. Recovery may be the time dedicated within a workout between intervals, a day off, what you do between workouts in the same day, or even what you do to prepare for a race. Matt, Jillian, and Jay talk about all their favorite means and methods to letting the body get stronger... that is the re…
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In this latest episode, Colin and Elliot discuss another epic duel between each other at the 2024 Boston Marathon. They review their marathon training prep, lead up to the race, race weekend festivities, and the iconic race itself. They both cracked 2:39 with Elliot finishing just before Colin in a super close and memorable duel, making Elliot a re…
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Jay, Matt, and Jillian took a bit of hiatus to reformulate plans and figure out how to juggle life with triathlon and recording a podcast. We are making a small adjustment to the format of the pod but it will make a big difference for everyone's training and racing! Listen to this episode for more details about Season 2 of The Triathlon Age Group J…
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​In this episode, Colin and Elliot have the privilege of interviewing Brad Miles at LEVER Movement. Brad is the co-founder of LEVER system which delivers the benefits of bodyweight supported running in a convenient, portable package. This opens the door to many uses including running and healing through injury, increasing weekly running mileage, mi…
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In this latest episode, Colin, Becca, and Elliot discuss their upcoming race schedules, new Ironman rule changes, the Top Gunz training camp in Florida, swim training, and Boston Marathon prep! As always, thanks for listening!Colin was also recently featured on the Greg Bennett Show podcast! You can listen to their episode below:https://podcasts.ap…
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In this episode we have the pleasure of interviewing Brian Maiorano, the coach liaison at CORE Body Temperature. The CORE sensor is the first and only wearable that provide continuous, accurate core body temperature monitoring. The sensor allows you to easily see how much your core temperature rises with effort, so you can train your body to adapt …
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In an exciting new episode, Colin and Becca discuss the science of effective fueling with NEVERSECOND CEO Bill Armstrong. Despite being a newer product on the market, NEVERSECOND has quickly risen to the top as one of the best fueling products in the industry, sought after by grand tour teams such as Bahrain Victorious as well as elite triathletes …
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From the velodrome as a kid to triathlon and beyond, Jason Davidson epitomizes longevity in endurance sports. With multiple age group podiums at the 70.3 and the full distance, Jason discusses what secrets have helped him stay competitive and reach multiple world championships. Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/paul-yud…
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In this episode, we interview Top Gunz athlete, Amanda Quinlan. She began triathlon in 2015 signing up for sprint races for fun; by 2022, she took is a lot more seriously training for her first Ironman. In her first Ironman attempt she placed 4th in her age group at Lake Placid qualifying her for the Ironman World Championship in Kona!Enjoy the lis…
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Join triathlon legend, Joanne Furu, who currently dominates the 70-74 age group! Joanne is a Midwestern gal from small town Michigan, living on her family farm while training for Ironman. She’s made several World Championship appearances over her tenure, and shares her perspective on how the sport has grown and changed (sometimes for better, someti…
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No single word describes the character that is Anthony Haddad! From nearly couch to Ironman, Anthony will amaze you with his "bring it on" approach to life. Age group triathletes have a lot to learn from someone that just decides to give something a go. It might be ego, bravado, or being foolhardy. It doesn't matter, Anthony is an Ironman now and t…
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This week Colin, Elliot and Becca deep dive the world of injury prevention with Dynamic Triathlete extraordinaire, Sarah! Sarah is a triathlete turned ultra marathoner & long distance off road cyclist who, like many, struggled with chronic injuries. She teamed up with fellow endurance junkies in BC Canada and formed the popular injury platform, Dyn…
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In this episode, we have the pleasure of interviewing David Morris! David is an Every Man Jack triathlon member in the 40-44 age group. We take a deep dive into his self-coached training style that has landed him atop many overall amateur podiums while balancing a career in healthcare/data. He’s also a father of two and married to a former D1 swimm…
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What is the secret to longevity in the sport of triathlon? Mike Gastineau started in the sport in 1985. Like many of us he was captivated by the budding sport of triathlon shown on ABC's Wide World of Sports. Fast forward to 2023... Mike demonstrated how age is just a number and tackled six 70.3's at the age of 60! What is his secret recipe of rema…
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15 full distance triathlons! Not many individuals rack up this kind of experience on the race course. Jen Rulon proved to us that she epitomizes the age group triathlon lifestyle including qualifying and racing in Kona. However, it all did not come easily and life challenged her to make changes. Listen to how Jen overcame these changes, established…
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In this episode, Bryan Dunn, Colin, Elliot and Becca discuss the changes triathlon has seen in the last 15 years, as well as the mental fortitude and consistency triathlon requires for long term success. Bryan shares his insights to training year over year, adapting to family dynamics, race adversity, how his role with ZOOT motivates him, and how v…
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In this episode, Colin and Elliot have the pleasure of interviewing Johnny Surprise again. Johnny was recently interviewed by his local news channel discussing obstacles he's had to face with mental health. The holiday season, often regarded as the most joyous time of year, can be quite challenging for many people, particularly those living with me…
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On this episode we chat we Regan Hollioake. Regan recently went 8:52 at Ironman Western Australia in Busselton, WA, this is a new Age Group World record* for females over the ironman distance. We chat all things training including starting off in high level swimming and the importance of swimming for endurance. * yet to be ratified…
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It's been an incredible journey! Colin, Elliot, and Becca recap their triathlon careers as they started from feeble beginners to very successful, competitive triathletes. It's been a wild ride, full of ups and downs, but this sport has also taught us very important life lessons as well. Triathlon is a way of life and a unique lifestyle that they al…
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"Where is your head at?" The space between your ears could be the biggest inhibitor of the performance you are seeking as an age group athlete. We are honored to have Dr. Jim Taylor join us on the podcast to share with us his triathlon journey as well as his expertise in sports psychology. Dr. Taylor is a very prominent expert on the topic and help…
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Clayton Fettell. He's been there himself and now he is helping others toe the line and go super fast. He talks all things coaching and training and sheds some light on his beginnings as a pro athlete. Clayton tells all about some of his key sessions and training blocks for those wanting to go sub 9 hours, and maybe even sub 8!…
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Known as "Sprint the Energizer Bunny" and for more than 20 years, Gina Welc has done almost everything you can imagine in the multisport universe including all distances of triathlons, marathon swims, ultra runs, and duathlon. Her spirit and positive attitude is something we all can learn from in keeping us grounded in our endeavors. We connected w…
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Matt and Jillian were a dynamic duo hosting the podcast this week because Jay was their guest to talk about his journey creating a new Fastest Known Time route called, "Johnny's Route to Heaven." If you are a regular listener to this podcast, you will already know much of the background of this story. However, regulars and new listeners will get a …
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In this episode, Colin, Becca, and Elliot discuss their roles as triathlon coaches, being a coachable athlete, and ways to maximize the value of a coach. With over a decade of coaching experience, as well as being coached athletes themselves, they discuss the importance and vital role a coach has on an athlete's endurance journey. Enjoy the latest …
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Many triathletes dream of making it to the Big Island. How long have you dreamed of racing in Kona? Cary Maycock has been racing triathlon for 36 years! Early on she never thought she could make that Kona dream come true. Through persistence, patience, and a bit of urging from friends, Cary was able to make that dream come true this past October! W…
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In this episode we had the privilege to talk with USA Triathlon's Chief Sport Development Officer, Tim Yount and Club Program Manager Chad Cunningham about some exciting news regarding triathlon's growth at the youth and collegiate level and how we all can participate. We also discuss the state of local races and what we all can do to help support …
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In this episode, Becca Kawaoka joins Colin and Elliot as they discuss frequently asked questions by clients, common obstacles athletes face during this time of the year, strength training, swimming, training during sickness and/or injury, and nutrition. We hope the motivational levels are still high as the race season winds down. This time of the y…
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How about a little sunshine in your day now that daylight savings time is over! Cami is an absolute delight and truly loves the process of becoming better as a triathlete. As she said herself, "Racing is icing on the cake!" She clearly loves the sport and has really improved in short order to become a front of pack finisher! Be on the lookout for "…
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"Kay made me do it!"... this is the rallying cry for literally dozens of athletes that took on Ironman California two weeks ago. Our one and only, Captain Kay Grant (from episode 3) took on her first full distance triathlon and absolutely crushed it! You cannot miss this episode. Kay's story and perspective is exactly why Matt, Jillian, and I creat…
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In this episode, Colin and Elliot discuss the latest triathlon news including the exciting women's World Championship in Hawaii, Professional Triathlon Organization updates, upcoming races, and more! Enjoy and please let us know what topics you'd like discussed in future episodes. Happy training!Από τον Age Grouper For Life Triathlon Podcast
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We welcome back Amanda Almond to the Triathlon Age Group Journey to talk about her Kona experience! Amanda is our first repeat guest and you can learn about her journey in episode 7. The Ironman World Championships was special this year with an all-female race day in Kona. Amanda shares everything about her preparation, race experience, opinion abo…
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Six full distance Ironman events on six continents in one year? Check! Train for triathlon while covering the war on the ground in Afghanistan? Check! Training women in developing countries to go from no sports background to completing half distance triathlons? Check! You do not want to miss our conversation with Jackie Faye! Jackie has done incred…
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Kev and Jamie chat all things coaching. This is a particularly special episode as Kev is also Jamie's coach! Tune in to hear all things age group coaching, the things your coaches deliberate and stress about on a day to day basis. Thank Kev for an interesting insight into the coaching worldΑπό τον Diary of An Age Grouper
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In this episode, Colin and Elliot discuss the committed season. While there are still some big races on the horizon, many athletes seasons are coming to an end. We discuss why this time of the year is so important, both from a coaching and athlete standpoint. While many athletes decide to take complete time off during the outseason, we find this ti…
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