Ironman Postmortem Episode

what we learned training for Ironman and how to apply to your own big scary goals.


MINDFUL RUNNING with Mackenzie Havey

Mackenzie Havey joins us today. She is the author of the new book MINDFUL RUNNING and a long-time contributor to a variety of outlets, including Runner’s World, ESPN, The Atlantic, Outside Online, Triathlete, and others. I hold a graduate degree in sports psychology and am a USA Track and Field-certified coach and adjunct instructor for … Continue reading MINDFUL RUNNING with Mackenzie Havey

Boundless Adventure – Paul Trebilcock

The Boundless adventurer Paul Trebilcock joins us today to talk about doing lots of sports, finding adventure and making a TV show. So many great take-a-ways today to apply to your life and favorite sports. Check out the Show Notes at Subscribe and Rate on Itunes (please!) – Support the Podcast via Wide Angle … Continue reading Boundless Adventure – Paul Trebilcock

How to Triathlon – Rich Pady

Triathlon, Ironman, Swim, Bike, Run, Training, Coaching We are joined by Triathlon coach Rich Pady today. Rich is based in Orangeville, Ontario and has helped many Triathletes reach their goals in all distances of Triathlon. An exceptional Triathlete during his own career Rich shares his experience and those of his coaching clients in this episode. … Continue reading How to Triathlon – Rich Pady

Optimize Performance with Sports Psych – Traci Stanard

Traci Stanard, a Sports Psychology Consultant, joins us from New Jersey today. She consults with athletes on their mental ‘game’ through her business Aspire Performance. She was a youth gymnast with intense training schedules before going to college and taking up cycling. We talk today about How a masters athlete or recreational athlete can use … Continue reading Optimize Performance with Sports Psych – Traci Stanard

Guiding Endurance Sport – Caroline Gaynor

KeyWords: Para-cycling, Parasport, guiding, tandems, paratriathlon, purpose, why, training Caroline Gaynor joins us to tell us about her adventures guiding visually impaired endurance athletes in Ironmans. She talks about training around a full-time job, how to find guiding opportunities and discusses the highs and lows of putting your energy into helping someone experience crossing the … Continue reading Guiding Endurance Sport – Caroline Gaynor

Being Consummate Athletes in BC: August 2017

Whistler—about two hours from Vancouver in beautiful British Columbia in Canada—is one of our favorite places on earth. Vancouver hosted the Winter Olympics, and Whistler was a big part of that. The mountain resort is home of Crankworx, Wanderlust and Ironman Canada, so as you would expect, it’s a popular destination! We’ve spend a few weeks … Continue reading Being Consummate Athletes in BC: August 2017