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A Triathlon and Cycling podcast dedicated to help improve you as an athlete. If you're a triathlete competing in Ironman, Ironman 70.3 or Olympic triathlon this is for you. Hosted by expert Triathlon coach and Australian Ironman Champion Gerard Donnelly, listen in to help you Train Smarter to Race Faster
 
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Since 2006 Coach Joe Beer and various side-kicks, guests & athletes have given training, nutrition & technology advice to improve your triathlon, duathlon, Ironman, running & cycling performances. Visit these great brands www.ScienceInSport.com www.Nopinz.com www.SouthForkRacing.co.uk and www.ForthEdge.co.uk
 
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Our guest today is one of the most influential people in Cycling and Triathlon training, and that’s because he was one of the original founders of the 80/20 rule, commonly referred to as Polarised Training. Even if you haven’t heard of him, basically the entire world of cycling and triathlon now train to this principle of, 80% of your training is t…
 
Welcome back to the podcast for 2023! Today's topic is training and racing for 2023, what's in and out? What are we sticking with and what are we throwing out the window or into the rubbish bin. Plus we discuss the Australian National titles, what we learnt from the pros and what we learnt as masters athletes. Timestamp: 00:00 - Introduction 01:05 …
 
In this episode, we hear from Scott Johnson. Scott shares how he became the 1st person to complete a full distance Ironman after receiving a double lung transplant. At less than a year old, Scott was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis. At the age of 29, he found himself in the hospital requiring 100% oxygen. Scott shares how he vowed if given the oppor…
 
Our guest today is an Australian cyclist who has just recently made the move from Jumbo-Visma, one of the biggest pro cycling teams in the world to Australia's Pro team BikeExchange-Jayco. He was a bit of a late bloomer to cycling however, he very quickly moved up the ranks of Australian cycling, and received his professional contract only a few ye…
 
In the 1st episode of 2023, we hear from Ironman and fellow podcaster Brittany Anderson. Brittany shares with Jenna and I how she got into the sport, what it's like to be a member of the Betty Design Squad and we talk about her podcast: The Mom Sweat Sanity Podcast.Από τον Mike Bosch
 
For the last episode of 2022, Jenna and I reflect on things. We share some of our favorite memories, what we are proudest of and what were are looking forward to in 2023. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @everydayironmanpodcast leave a comment with your 2023 race schedule so that we can follow and cheer for you!…
 
We've made it to the final podcast of the year. It's one of our favorites that we do each year. Today we'll be going through the best athlete performances of the year, our biggest training and racing lessons, and reviewing our favourite podcast guests! So much does happen over the course of a year so it's really exciting to think about things that …
 
Every December the holiday period rolls around and for every athlete the same dilemma comes up; How do you manage your training around Christmas, around New Year's or if you’re potentially going away on holidays. So, in this episode, we're going to be talking about the top seven tips you can take throughout this whole holiday period to make sure yo…
 
In this episode, we hear Robert Klein share how he went from cancer diagnosis to Ironman. While recovery from surgery, Rob told his wife that he wanted to run the New York City Marathon. He walks us through the 3 ways to be entered into the NYC Marathon, how he transformed himself into an Ironman and he changed his diet as part of living healthier.…
 
In this episode Jenna and I speak to my "swim coach" Matthew Frangopoulos. At the age of 19, Matthew became an Ironman when he finished Ironman Wisconsin in September, Matthew talks us through how he dealt with this year's harsh conditions and lets us know what his plans are for the future.Από τον Mike Bosch
 
Our guest today, Brad Beer, is a physiotherapist known for his expertise in treating running and triathlon related injuries as a physiotherapist with over 15 years experience. He's also an exercise scientist that has worked with high level athletes and national programs. He's passionate about putting out helpful content for runners through his podc…
 
Endurance athletes love a challenge, that’s no secret and a new type of challenge that is taking the cycling world by storm is the option of gravel racing. So, today in the podcast to talk about cycling, gravel racing and more, we are joined by a guy with a few major gravel racing victories to his name already. He’s a gun cyclist, former director o…
 
In this episode, we hear Matt Bell share is experience at Ironman 70.3 Waco a few weeks ago. Matt and others brave the cold and wet to tackle the Central Texas course. One that i personally raced the year before. I was even on site at the beginning of the day. Matt breaks the race down for us discipline by discipline and reveals what he race plans …
 
Our guests today are two highly qualified individuals in sports medicine we're talking to them specifically about stress fractures in endurance athletes. Let's face it, as an athlete you hear the words stress fracture and you shudder in your boots. The words can feel like a death sentence to any athlete but Dr's. Amy Touzell and Leesa Huguenin are …
 
Fans of the podcast should be familiar with Jim Ristow. He was the 2nd guest ever way back on Episode 3 and I reference him all the time. At that time he was a 10X Ironman Finisher and had plans to finish 2 more to become eligible for Ironman's Legacy Program. His long-time dream was to "race" on the famous course in Kona, HI. Just 4 days after com…
 
In today’s episode we are talking about how to warm up for a race properly. You need to consider the race distance, race format, race intensity and duration for you. How do you adjust your warm up to suit the specifics of the race? Plus we talk about making a decision about racing when you’re just not quite right, especially for your A race. We als…
 
In this episode we speak to Eugene Day as he shares his experience at Ironman California 2022. Gene shares that completing Ironman California is something that was 3 years in the making. He talks me through the cancellations that extend all the way back to Ironman Santa Rosa. Additionally, his wife Melissa Vaught, joined the conversation and provid…
 
After representing Australia twice over two years, and preparing for what was to hopefully be her first Olympic games, Aussie marathon runner Sarah Klein was given the shock of her life when she received a letter from ASADA banning her for 4 years… After providing a clean ‘A sample’ for testing, there was a mix-up in communication between Sarah and…
 
In this episode we hear from Ashley Hankamp. Ashley is a wife, mother of four, an elementary school Art Teacher and has recently turned endurance athlete. Ashley shares that while she is new to triathlon, she grew up playing sports. Over the last few years, she has been very active, making up for all the lost time. We talked about some of the races…
 
In today's episode, discussing the epic victory drive that age groupers get after a special race, Jack Rayner beats the Australian 10K record and part 2 of Emil Zatopek’s story: The Man Who Changed Running and the man that revolutionised interval training. Timestamp: 00:00 - Introduction 01:07 - Gratitude 04:57 - What Has Caught Our Attention 17:15…
 
We love when former guests return to give an update. In this episode Andy Manning, episode 34, returns to tell us about his recent experience at Ironman 70.3 Washington. Before giving his race recap, Jenna and I ask Andy to catch us up on all the events he was involved in leading up to his race.
 
It's been a crazy couple of weeks so i decided to release a short, mid-week episode. I give an update on how my personal training is going, how I've been spending all my "free time" and what to expect over the next several weeks with the podcast. If you have any questions, commitments or would like to share you story; send me an email or message th…
 
In today’s episode: A 23-year-old Aussie runs 47 ultra marathons in a row across Australia. We review some Kona world champ performances AND We’re really excited to bring a new segment we’re going to be doing on the podcast, telling great sporting stories, and the first is the story of Emil Zatopec, The Man Who Changed Running. With 5 Olympic medal…
 
In this episode, we welcome a former guest as co-host. Jenna Russell and I speak to her father-in-law, Greg Russell, about his experience at Ironman 70.3 Ohio earlier this year. Greg shares how he got introduced to the sport of triathlon and provides a breakdown of how he prepared for and navigated race day. We get a reminder of how important it is…
 
Today on the podcast, we are joined for a second time by Ryan Worn. Ryan came on the podcast recently to chat about economy and efficiency and this is part 2 of that conversation. He has completed a PhD in exercise science, focusing specifically on economy, efficiency, and fatigue. In this episode we focus more on the topics of efficiency, fatigue …
 
Doug Broughton was a guest on episode 52 returns to talk about his experience at Ironman Wisconsin 2022. While Wisconsin is normally known for having favorable weather on race day this year that was not the case. It was cold and wet all day. Doug shares how he used his experience at Ironman Tulsa to conquer Wisconsin this year. We talk through all …
 
One of the most common questions we get is how do I actually structure my training week? I just want someone to tell me what to do and when to do it. Well this is what we’re going to talk about in today’s episode. Timestamp: 00:00 - Introduction 00:40 - Gratitude 08:15 - What has caught our attention 14:15 - Bouncing back from a setback 19:25 - Str…
 
The IRONMAN World Championship in Kona has etched a reputation as the pinnacle of the triathlon landscape and an iconic global sporting event. And it’s been 3 years since the world champs returned to it’s home on the Big Island of Hawaii, there is a lot of excitement around it’s return, after all it is the absolute mecca of Ironman Triathlon. So wh…
 
In this week's episode we hear from Nakia Eckert. Nakia shares her background and how she got into the world of triathlon. The episode was recorded just after her finish at Ironman 70.3 Atlantic City and she explains how her experience didn't go exactly as planned and how she overcame her obsticle.Από τον Mike Bosch
 
Last podcast episode we spoke about what we should be doing differently to the pros. But what about age grouper to age grouper? Not all age groupers are created equal, depending on your level of experience, your ability as an athlete and many other factors you need to be training differently to other athletes around you. So what do you need to chan…
 
In this episode, I sat down with Cat Heimburger better know as @howcatrolls on Instagram. We discuss how she got started in endurance racing, how she learned to swim as an adult, how her almost 1000 consecutive day run streak and how she’s feeling just a few weeks out from Ironman 70.3 Memphis. Be sure to track her on race day October 1st through t…
 
In this episode we make a new triathlon friend. Pamela Benjamin was brave enough to share her story. We hear how she got introduced to triathlon, how some of her races have gone, we talk about the Texas heat and she announces she plans to race Ironman Texas in 2023. You can follow Pamela on Instagram @pamela_does_beast_fitness…
 
We like to model what the pros are doing because they should theoretically be the most advanced in the game about what is working with training - they have the most investment behind them, the best teams, the best coaches and exercise scientists… So it makes sense to copy them. But not all the time. Today we want to get clarity on what sort of thin…
 
In this episode we hear from Ironman in training and co-author of The Money Funnel System, Jaime Farias. During our conversation Jaime reveals how he got started in triathlon and what time inspired him to write a book. Jaime believes that my following The Money Funnel System, just about anyone can properly manage the money they currently make. To g…
 
We are not nutrition experts so these aren’t our opinions, but we wanted to put the best lessons from the professionals we’ve had on the podcast in one place. Timestamp: 00:00 - Introduction 01:10 - Gratitude 03:45 - What has caught our attention 09:40 - Collins Cup 14:15 - Kona: Enjoyment VS Cost 22:00 - Rule #1: Understanding Correct Fueling 25:1…
 
Every so often we open up questions to the Supercoach and answer some of the most common questions we get! So in today’s episode we picked some common questions or topics that have been coming up and spoke about them. In this episode Gerard answers: Should you train power first and then endurance when training for longer distance events? Or the oth…
 
Are you guilty of training too hard or too easy, or have you been able to find the right balance… Is there a perfect balance? If so where is it? We’ve heard of 80/20, polarised training, pyramidal training, just 2 hard sessions a week, 3 hard sessions a week, more… We’re going to talk about all the factors that contribute to getting this balance ri…
 
In this episode we hear from Lisa Stelly. I was introduced to Lisa by Brian Valparaiso who was a guest in episode 50. We learn that Lisa is engaged to be married, has 2 adult children, and works at her local bike shop. Lisa describes herself as an athlete but not necessarily athletic. She shares how she got introduced to endurance racing and confes…
 
Ryan completed a PhD in exercise science focusing predominantly on the topics of exercise efficiency and fatigue. This education combined with Ryan's background as a national level track cyclist, and passionate road cyclist and runner, as well as his passion for data gives him a unique insight into the training methodologies, pitfalls and strategie…
 
The weekend of October 15th and 16th of 2022, the city of Waco, TX will host it’s second annual Ironman Festival. Saturday October 15th the city will host the full-distance Ironman race and on Sunday October 16th they will host the Ironman 70.3 race. To bring awareness to the sport, The Great Waco Sports Commission, with the help of several generou…
 
We’ve been lucky to witness a packed calendar of sports the last month, with the world’s best athletes competing against each other in some of the biggest races on the calendar. The Tour de France (men’s and women’s), the world athletic champs and the commonwealth games to name a few. Here are our best lessons from watching the world’s best athlete…
 
In this episode, I speak to Tiffany and Caitlin Saunders. Together they are known as Team Saunders. They were so much fun hanging out with. I learned how they first met, talked about potential, training, their favorite races, qualifying for worlds, posting quality social media content, and of course bikes. If you aren't already, be sure to follow t…
 
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