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The Endurance Experience Podcast

  • EP. 57: Ultra-Marathon Swimmer Sarah Thomas

    10 FEB 2024 · Sarah Thomas an American ultra-marathon swimmer. Amidst a cancer diagnosis she is the first person to complete four consecutive crossings of the English Channel and the first person to swim a current-neutral swim over 100 miles. She holds the world record for longest, second-, and third-longest current-neutral swims, and various other records in both fresh and saltwater categories. - We have a conversation about Sarah’s origin story and how she got into open water swimming. - We talk about her cancer diagnosis and the impact it had on her mindset, training and preparation. - We talk about Sarah’s notable marathon swimming accomplishments including the Lake Champlain Swim and the 4x consecutive channel crossing. - We discuss her thoughts on her legacy and were she sees herself in the history of marathon swimming. About Sarah Thomas The Other Side: Documentary Sarah on Instagram Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: Support Us:
    1 h 3 min. 6 sec.
  • EP. 56: A Marathoner’s Journey w/Running Influencer and Coach Elizabeth Clor

    10 GEN 2024 · Elizabeth Clor is an endurance athlete, McMillan certified coach and contributor to the popular running blog She runs competitively at all distances from the 5K to the marathon. She made the transition from recreational runner to high performance runner and documents her experiences in her book Boston Bound, a 7-Year Journey to Overcome Mental Barriers and Qualify for the Boston Marathon. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in English Language and Literature and is a full-time marketing professional. About Elizabeth Clor Racing Stripes Elizabeth on Instagram Elizabeth Clor on YouTube Boston Bound Book Follow Us: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: Support Us:
    1 h 6 min. 20 sec.
  • EP. 55: Super Shoes, Marathon Record Performances and Training Strategies w/Andrew Jones, PhD

    21 NOV 2023 · Andrew M Jones PhD DSc is Professor of Applied Physiology in the Department of Sport and Health Sciences at the University of Exeter. He’s internationally recognized for his research in the control of, and limitations to, skeletal muscle oxidative metabolism; causes of exercise intolerance in health and disease; respiratory physiology, particularly the kinetics of pulmonary gas exchange and ventilation during and following exercise; and sports performance physiology and nutrition, particularly in relation to endurance athletics. Prof Jones has authored more than 350 original research and review articles (>38K citations) and is co-Editor of three books. He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, the European College of Sport Science, and the Physiological Society. Jones is Editor-in-Chief of Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise and serves on the Editorial Board of six other international journals in sports medicine and exercise science. Prof Jones has acted as a consultant to a number of governing bodies of sport or commercial companies including UK Athletics, the English Institute of Sport, Gatorade Sports Science Institute and Nike Inc. He's been an advisor and consultant to the Breaking 2 and INEOS projects with Eluid Kipchoge and professional endurance athletes including Paula Radcliff. Professor Jones gives his understanding of the evidence of the performance effect of the so called “super shoes” and whether they explain the recent pro marathon runner excess performance and if so, by how much. Amateur marathon runners may find interesting our exchange about the Boston Marathon and how it is getting harder to get into, and what amateur marathoners must do to enhance performance in order to qualify and get into the Boston Marathon today. Professor Jones gives his perspective on the popularized notion that when it comes to marathon training “volume is king” and if not, what would be the alternative. We talk about distance runners that are getting older, and how Professor Jones recommends changing training, if at all, for those looking to remain competitive. Finally, we talk about science and evidence-based nutrition protocol throughout the training cycle and pre-race and race nutrition. About Andrew Jones Twitter/X Find Us: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: Support Us:
    1 h 12 min. 40 sec.
  • EP. 54: Sugar Does Not Feed Cancer w/Nichole Andrews, RDN

    7 OTT 2023 · Nichole Andrews, RDN graduated from Washington State University she has a Bachelor of Science in Food Science & Human Nutrition Dietetics. She is a Registered Dietician and known as “The Oncology Dietitian.” She’s the author of the best-selling book, Sugar Does Not Feed Cancer. Nichole is considered one the most influential cancer dietitians’ specialists internationally. She’s been a practicing cancer dietitian and nutritionist for over twelve years serving adult and pediatric cancer survivors during and after cancer treatment, Nichole is passionate about empowering survivors to take back control with nutrition and lifestyle from the inside out. She owns and operates Nutrition with Nichole, LLC, which provides nutrition coaching and counseling to cancer survivors worldwide, and is based in Tri Cities, Washington, USA. Since founding her company in 2019, she has worked with thousands of adult and pediatric cancer survivors worldwide at all different stages of treatment and beyond. Nichole decided to take big action to stop the fearmongering and confusion and took to social media. There, she has continued to provide credible information and science-backed advice, building an active and supportive community of tens of thousands of people. Her expertise has been featured in national publications including National Foundation for Cancer Research, Fight Colorectal Cancer, iHeartRadio, & Very Well Health. - We talk about her background and the early catalyst in oncology that drove her to life’s pathway. - We discuss her book, Sugar Does Not Feed Cancer, the origins of the myth and why it was important to write the book. - We have a conversation about the myth of “starving cancer” and why it’s problematic. - We have an exchange about the steps people should take with nutrition if they do get a cancer diagnosis. - We talk about exercises and how and why excess adiposity can increase risk for cancer and precisely how many cancers we know of by common scientific understanding. - Nichole gives our listeners the top science and evidence-based choices people can make that can help minimize the risk of contracting cancer. - Finally, Nichole talks about her business and how she helps people and professionals. About Nichole Andrews, RDN Nichole’s social media Instagram Tic-Tock Twitter/X The Book: Sugar Does Not Feed Cancer by Nichole Andrews, RDN Follow Us: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: Support Us:
    47 min. 52 sec.
  • EP. 53: The Fate of Modern Pentathlon w/Coach Kate Allenby

    30 AGO 2023 · Kate Allenby is a former British modern pentathlete, she won bronze for Team GB at the Sydney Olympics. She represents Pentathlon United an independent athlete representative body, representing thousands of pentathletes worldwide. Kate stands in opposition to the decision to only test OCR [obstacle course racing] and not any of the other apparent 60 options they considered in the teeth of an impending decision by the IOC to decide in regards to the future of Modern Pentathlon in future Olympic games. We have a conversation about her background and how she got into Modern Pentathlon as a youth, to her experience winning a bronze medal at the Sydney Olympics. We spend the lion share of the conversation discussing the decision by the governing body, the UIPM, to replace equestrianism with an obstacle course racing discipline. She gives her perspective on the infamous “Tokyo Incident” from the last Olympics that made news. Kate gives her perspective on what might become of the sport and the athletes in the sport given the changes, and what athletes can do if they wish to get involved in Modern Pentathlon. Kate Allenby Twitter Pentathlon United Pentathlon United Twitter Pentathlon United Instagram Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: Support Us:
    59 min. 8 sec.
  • EP. 52: A Conversation with IRONMAN legend Mark Allen

    1 AGO 2023 · Mark Allen is a 6-time winner of the Ironman Hawaii (joint men's record) he had 5 consecutive victories in Hawaii (an overall record). ESPN named him the greatest endurance athlete of all time. Over the course of his racing career, which ended in 1996, he maintained a 90% average in top-three finishes. He was named Triathlete of the Year six times by Triathlete magazine, and in 1997 Outside magazine dubbed him The World's Fittest Man. He was inducted into the IRONMAN Triathlon Hall of Fame in 1997. He has also been inducted into the USAT Hall of Fame and the ITU Hall of Fame. Mark Allen’s Links: Mark Allen’s Book: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: Support Us:
    1 h 9 min. 27 sec.
  • EP. 51: Best of The Endurance Experience Podcast Vol. 5

    27 MAG 2023 · Taking a look back at clips from 5 of the most downloaded episodes in Season 5 with updated commentary. 8:18: Matt Fitzgerald, – The Racing Weight Question | @mattfitwriter| Full Podcast 23:43: Carol Irwin, Phd – Factors Impacting Swimming Participation and Competence | @usaswimming | Full Podcast 48:34: Graham Stuart, MSc – The Endurance Enthusiast’s Heart | @ag_stuart| Full Podcast 1:09:03: Nick B. Tiller, PhD – The Pseudoscience of Sport, Health & Fitness | @NBtiller | Full Podcast 1:26:55: Susan Sotir, PhD – Coaching the Endurance Athlete | @spsotir | Full Podcast Follow Us: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: Support Us:
    1 h 42 min. 46 sec.
  • EP. 50: Hypnotism for Athlete Performance/Mike Mandel & Chris Thompson

    24 FEB 2023 · Mike Mandel has been a professional hypnotist since 1975. He’s traveled the world doing thousands of hypnosis shows. He’s a forensic hypnotist who worked with the police on major crimes. These days he loves teaching hypnosis in our Toronto classroom, conferences around the world and especially online at the Mike Mandel Hypnosis Academy. Chris Thompson got hooked on this stuff by watching Mike perform hypnosis at his University. He eventually studied with Mike and they became best friends. Together, they launched this online academy in 2013. In our conversation I seek to understand from Mike and Chris, what is hypnosis, how does it work and are certain people more or less susceptible to being hypnotized. We talk about the clinical and therapeutic applications of hypnosis and the efficacy of the results. We talk about applications for athletes and sport performance. I seek to understand whether or not you can hypnotize an athlete to compete and perform at a high level. Finally, we talk about mastering hypnosis and the steps one would need to take to learn hypnosis abilities. About Mike Mandel and Chris Thompson Mike Mandel and Chris Thompson YouTube Channel The Brain Software Podcast Twitter:
    54 min. 10 sec.
  • EP. 49: Coaching the Endurance Athlete/Dr. Susan Sotir, PhD

    23 DIC 2022 · Susan Sotir, PhD coaches with, she has a PhD in Sport Physiology and Exercise Psychology and is an assistant professor at Springfield College. Susan brings over 25 years of experience in sport coaching. She has worked with endurance athletes of all levels from recreation to competitive to professional athletes. She is a Level III triathlon coach with USA triathlon. Susan was a DIII swimmer at Tufts University and her first triathlon was in 1989. Since then, she has raced triathlons from sprint to IRONMAN distances, some years racing near the front. She is a certified strength and conditioning coach (NSCA-CSCS), and is a Precision Nutrition Certified Coach. In addition to sport coaching, Susan serves as a consultant for elite athletes and coaches developing and integrating mental skills into sport practice and performance. We have a conversation about psychological factors that typically impact athlete performance, and some of the mental skill building approaches she employs to help athletes. We talk about the heightened awareness on providing tailored training and racing protocols for female athletes and considerations she explores with female athletes. (e.g., 28-day cycle, menstruation, contraception implications, Female Athlete Triad, RED-S, menopause, and perimenopause). Dr. Sotir weighs in on the question of sports physiology research being conducted on mostly men and the resulting impact on the solutions for women. Dr. Sotir gives her advice on improving swimming skills for triathletes, pool swimmers and open water swimmers and some of the tactics and strategies she uses with athletes. Finally, we talk about strength, nutrition, and body composition and how she approaches the conversation with athletes, and what she recommends, if anything, through the training cycle. About Susan Sotir, PhD and Breakthrough Performance Coaching Twitter Instagram Follow Us: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: Support Us:
    1 h 15 min. 26 sec.
  • EP. 48: NIL, Pay-for-Play and the Legacy of Title IX w/Dr. Jill Harris, PhD and Dr. Nola Agha, PhD

    4 DIC 2022 · Dr. Jill Harris, PhD and Dr. Nola Agha, PhD are economists with broad research agendas in sports economics. You first heard them back in episode 7 where we had a conversation about The Wage Gap in Sports. They return to the Podcast to discuss an update to the Women’s National Team Class action lawsuit, the recent settlement, and the potential impact to other sports. We talk about the new Name Image and Likeness (NIL) ruling with the NCAA and the benefits, potential drawbacks, and open questions for student athletes. We discuss “Pay-for-Play” which involves potentially paying athletes outright. The economists discuss the validity of Pay-for-Play and provide an overview of the common rebuttals to the proposed solution. We talk about the 50th anniversary of Title IX and the economists discuss its legacy and issues that persist as it relates to increased participation and involvement in women’s sports. About Nola Agha, PhD Twitter: About Jill Harris, PhD Twitter: Follow Us: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: Support Us:
    1 h 2 min. 29 sec.

Join Tony Rich, Level II USAT certified coach, certified sports nutritionist, certified master swim coach, Level II TrainingPeaks Certified coach, Guinness World Record holder and finisher of over 100 long...

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Join Tony Rich, Level II USAT certified coach, certified sports nutritionist, certified master swim coach, Level II TrainingPeaks Certified coach, Guinness World Record holder and finisher of over 100 long course events. Together with guests they'll discuss the science of self-propelled motion and also explore some of the most important topics within the intersection of endurance sports training, health, fitness, society and life current events.
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