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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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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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​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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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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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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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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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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​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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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What a story. 4x World Championship Races in 4 weeks, across 3 different countries. and 4 Gold medals to bring home! This man is a machine and epitomises age group racing and training. Listen in to hear about Donald's recent success!Από τον Diary of An Age Grouper
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In this episode, Colin and Elliot are privileged to interview the one and only Joshua Monda. You may think Joshua received his "Money Monda" nickname from his recent stellar race performances, but he actually earned this name from working in the Accounts Receivable Management department for over two decades! It has been a breakthrough year for this…
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In this episode we speak to Tim and Clint from RPG coaching. Chatting all things age group training, coaching and tips for athletes wanting to push the limits of triathlon training. At the end we leave you with a few stories from how Clint coached Reedy to a 5th place Pro Ironman finish on 12 hours of age group style training!…
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In this episode, Coach Elliot and Becca recap their magical days at Ironman Wisconsin. Becca took the overall female win in commanding fashion and Elliot won his age group and took third overall! Enjoy the listen as they recap their epic road Midwest road trip, race day, and more. At awards, they were called up to the stage and were announced "the …
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In this episode, Colin and Elliot have the pleasure of interviewing Alex Fuller. Alex is the captain of the All3Sports team, works in marketing at UPS, and is a proud father of three. His journey in the sport has been incredible and he just earned his professional racing license for next season! Alex is also a Purple Patch Squad athlete where he fi…
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In this episode, Colin and Elliot interview Michael Harlow, founder of Endorphin Fitness, USA Triathlon Level II and Youth & Junior Certified Coach. He has coached hundred of athletes from age 5 to 75 across all levels. Michael started one of the first youth programs in the nation in 2005 and is now regarded as one of the premier triathlon coaches …
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This has to be our favourite episode so far. Australian expert in strength training for triathlon and endurance sport Kate Baldwin joins us to talk all things strength training. The why, how and when is discussed and she even gives away her top 3 exercises for swim, bike and run, her favourite exercises and pet hates in the world of strength traini…
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Anne Sophie is fresh off her 70.3 Overall Female Winner at the 2023 70.3 World Championships in Lahti Finland. Anne Sophie speaks about her early beginnings in triathlon, some brief racing and training caht including a long stint out after a nasty crash and lastly, a race recap from Lahti Finland. Enjoy!…
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Kristen Yax joins us on Episode 10 of the Diary of an Age Grouper. We went in search of the worlds fastest Mum, we think we may have found her. In our chat with Kristen we discuss the realities of being a Mum and a serious age group athlete, the rigours of training, her profession and insights into being a psychologist, training, racing, Kona and m…
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In this episode, Colin and Elliot discuss race week preparation tips and advice. They discuss strategies they employ to be their very best on race day. These topics include nutrition, tapering, visualization techniques, recovery, and much more! Enjoy the listen and hopefully you're able to utilize this advice to prepare even better for your next ra…
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This week we welcome to the show Ryan "Frizee" Miller, one of Australia's top age groupers. This man needs no introduction other than to say multiple Age Group champion, multiple world championship qualifier and one of Australia's best ever Age Grouper. If there is anyone you want to hear from with regards to tips for Age Groupers, Ryan has it all.…
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In this episode, Colin and Elliot have the pleasure of interviewing Peter Defty, president of VESPA power products, and one of the pioneers in fat-adapted performance. This work, first on himself beginning in the early 2000s, and subsequently with athletes he coached, eventually led to some stunning athletic performances all based upon optimizing f…
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Owain Matthews, he might be a Brit, but he's a bloody good athlete and a heck of a coach! - Ironman 70.3 Age Group World Champion 2016 - Olympic Distance World Triathlon Age Group Champion 2018 Not much more that needs to be said about that! Owain takes us through some of his best training blocks, race preparations and race reports. Plus he gives u…
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An episode not to miss! From humble beginnings using a mountain bike helmet in his first 70.3 #aero… This week we spoke with Patrick De Lorenzi. Content Creator and Ironman World Championship Qualifier. Patrick takes us through his beginnings in triathlon, health journey, integrating performance and health and of course his weekly training schedule…
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Tim Reed, the 'budgy smuggler bandit' joins us on Episode 6 of the Diary of an Age Grouper. Tim and Jamie chat through training periodisation, race builds, key sessions and a few hot topics including Oura rings, health metrics and Elite Age Group waves in Ironman racing. Tune in to find out all about our conversation with Ironman 70.3 World Champio…
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In this episode, Colin recaps his stellar performances at both Ironman Maine 70.3 and Age Group Nationals in Milwaukee this past weekend. Colin broke the tape at Maine 70.3 finishing seconds over the four hour barrier! He had a strong all around performance with our Every Man Jack teammate, Luke Creger, finishing second overall just over a minute b…
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Matt Kerr, Ironman Age Grouper world champion in 2022 at St George and recently turned professional Athlete. We chat all things training and racing including the differences between training and racing as an amateur vs a professional athlete. Matt gives us some valuable insights into his top tips for age group athletes and a few great training stor…
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We are back for Part 2 with Renee Kiley In this episode we explore the second half of her career, some pro racing and a few dangerous and quite literally deadly days out on triathlon race courses. Enjoy! If you are enjoying the podcast, please don't forget to subscribe, rate and review!Από τον Diary of An Age Grouper
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In this episode, Colin recaps his recent trip to the Netherlands where he picked up and his new Ku Cycle bike and also raced Ironman Westfriesland 70.3. He had a great race finishing 5th overall and first in his age group, with a new personal best bike time of 2:11! Enjoy the latest podcast as we discuss everything about his amazing trip!…
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