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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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Susan Sotir, PhD coaches with Breakthrough Performance Coaching, 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…
 
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 impac…
 
Nick B. Tiller Ph.D. is a senior researcher in exercise physiology at Harbor-UCLA and author of The Skeptic's Guide to Sports Science which was named one of Book Authority's "Best sports science books of all time". Tiller is a columnist at Skeptical Inquirer magazine, a columnist at Ultra-Running Magazine, and associate editor at the International …
 
Alex Meyer is a former American competition swimmer who specialized in open water and long-distance swimming. He won a gold medal at the 2010 FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships in the 25-kilometer open water event. He was a member of the 2012 United States Olympic team, and placed tenth in the 10-kilometer open water event at the 2012 Sum…
 
A conversation with Professor Graham Stuart, MSc. Professor Stuart is a congenital heart cardiologist. He also has a clinical interest in cardiac electrophysiology in children and adults with congenital heart disease. He runs a clinic for inherited cardiac conditions and has a research interest in exercise and the heart and sports cardiology. He is…
 
A conversation with Dave McGillivray, author and race director for the Boston Marathon. From his extraordinary 1978 run across the U.S. to benefit the Jimmy Fund to serving as technical director then race director of the BAA Boston Marathon since the 1980s, McGillivray has helped organize more than 1400 mass participatory events while raising milli…
 
A conversation with Carol Irwin PhD, one of the key researchers for more than a decade around the issue of swimming competence among populations. We discuss her research teams latest qualitative report “Factors impacting Swim participation and Competence,” which aims to understand why we see lower swimming proficiency rates in underserved populatio…
 
A conversation with endurance sports coach, author, and nutritionist Matt Fitzgerald. He is the author of 31 books including Racing Weight, How to Get Lean for Peak Performances and Race like a Pro, (Even if You’re Slow). Just released this month. We discuss endurance athletes and the concept of achieving an optimal performance weight or what athle…
 
Taking a look back at clips from 5 of the most downloaded episodes in season 4 with updated commentary. 5:20: Herman Pontzer, PhD – Author of the book Burn on Metabolism, Nutrition and our Hunter-Gatherer Bodies | @HermanPontzer | Full Podcast https://apple.co/3uc0J6T 20:50: Tammy Hanson – Elite Education Manager U.S. Anti-Doping Agency | @usantido…
 
A conversation on MLK day with Nathan Martin, the fastest U.S. born black marathoner ever. Nathan set the record for the fastest marathon time by a black man born in the United States at the 2020 Marathon Project with a time of 2:11:05 besting a 41-year-old record held by Herman Atkins. He is also a coach and substitute teacher. He qualified for th…
 
Joanna Harper is the only transgender person ever to be an adviser to the International Olympic Committee on matters of gender and sport. She’s the author of Sporting Gender: The History, Science, and Stories of Transgender and Intersex Athletes. She is a medical physicist by profession and holds a master’s degree in medical physics. She is a trans…
 
A conversation with Dr. Jeff Sankoff, MD. He is an Emergency Physician, long time triathlete and USAT/IRONMAN University Certified coach and an accomplished triathlete himself. He produces the TriDoc Podcast that can be found on most popular podcast platforms and he’s the founder of LifeSport Coaching. We have a conversation about vaccine hesitancy…
 
A conversation with Dr. Amanda Leibovitz, PhD, LMHCA, LPC, CMPC a licensed therapist and certified mental performance consultant with a strong calling to empower others with the knowledge, awareness, and skills needed to navigate life on their own terms. She also holds coaching certifications with USA Triathlon, USA Paratriathlon, and USA Cycling a…
 
A conversation with Tammy Hanson the elite education manager with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). A podcast that will be very informative to listeners that seek to understand the core pillars of fairness in sport through the lenses of anti-doping. We talk about the history of USADA, the core pillars that it is built upon, how USADA defines fai…
 
Keri Serota has a master’s degree in kinesiology, and she is a US triathlon certified coach and a member of the USAT board of directors. She’s also the co-founder of Dare2Tri. Dare2tri is a nonprofit organization with the mission to enhance the lives of individuals with physical disabilities and visual impairments by building confidence, community,…
 
A conversation with Evolutionary Anthropologist Dr. Herman Pontzer, Phd. He received his PhD from Harvard University now an associate professor of Evolutionary Anthropology at Duke University. He is the author of a new book Burn: New Research Blows the Lid Off How We Really Burn Calories, Lose Weight, and Stay Healthy. We have a conversation about …
 
A conversation with coach Chris Morgan, a former varsity swim coach with Harvard and Stanford and Olympic swim coach in the Beijing Olympics. We talk about the big stories from the Olympic trials in swimming several weeks ago. We have a conversation about what we might expect from some of the big names that have stood out over the past few years an…
 
A conversation with Adam Leitch director of communications for Super League Triathlon. We talk about the origin of the Super League Triathlon concept and what makes it different compared to traditional triathlon, and what makes it exciting for spectators in the arena format. We talk about the structure and format of the events, including all of the…
 
A conversation with Michael Wardian ultra-marathon runner and holder of multiple marathon world records. He’s an ultra-marathoner and also an endurance coach that has racked up a pretty phenomenal record of marathon and ultra-marathon finishes and records. He’s completed double digit 100 mile + ultra-marathons, and is the world record holder for th…
 
Taking a look back at clips from 5 of the most downloaded episodes in season 3 with updated commentary. 5:22: Meb Keflezighi – 4x Olympian and Silver Medalist | @runmeb | Full Podcast http://apple.co/2MoJTy8 16:17: Corey J. Hébert, M.D. – COVID/Vaccination/Medicine/Minorities and Health| @DrCHebertWDSU | Full Podcast http://apple.co/3cvjLfO 29:20:…
 
A retrospective and commentary of 2020 and a review of the existential challenge of science denial. Looking back at the previous year I attempt to disentangle the elements of groupthink that lead to science denial, conspiracy theory, and toxic tribalism. A look and critical analysis of reasons given for medical skepticism and reluctance to trust me…
 
A conversation with Dr. Allen Lim, PhD. He is a sports physiologist, cycling coach, and a founder of Skratch Labs. He’s lent his expertise to Saris and was instrumental in their product development of power meters and indoor cycling trainers. He was also a director of sport science for Garmin and RadioShack cycling teams and is the only American sc…
 
A conversation with Chloë McCardel who is an ultra-marathon swimmer and one of the greatest marathon swimmers of all time male or female. She’s done the world-famous English Channel swim (a 21 mile swim) 37 times surpassing even the male record. She’s even done it three times in a week and also did a triple non-stop crossing. She holds the world re…
 
A conversation with Michelle Cardel, PhD, MS, RD. Dr. Cardel is an obesity and nutrition scientist and registered dietitian and associate professor in the Department of Health Outcomes & Biomedical Informatics at the University of Florida. Dr. Cardel has devoted her life to important causes related to nutrition, obesity, weight management, pediatri…
 
A conversation with Mike Reilly, the official "Voice of IRONMAN" worldwide and a member of the IRONMAN Hall of Fame, the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame and the Running USA Hall of Champions, and is the only person to have been inducted into all three. He's famous for his call of “You are an IRONMAN!” which has been heard by over 350,000 finishers of th…
 
A conversation with Maurice Ashley, international chess grandmaster, the first black chess grandmaster and U.S. Chess Hall of Fame inductee. We talk about the parallels between chess and athletic training and competition and concepts that can be applied by athletes to improve, dealing with setbacks, dealing with loss, risk, analyzing competitors an…
 
A conversation with Dr. Corey, Hebert, M.D., the "Doctor of the People." The first black chief resident in the history of Tulane. We have a conversation about COVID-19 science denial and medical skepticism. We talk about vaccination and herd immunity. We discuss health inequities (often called disparities), the 5 social determinants of health (gene…
 
A conversation with Rocky Harris. He is the Chief Executive Officer of USA Triathlon. We discuss USAT’s Safe Return to Multisport initiative and what athletes and race directors can expect and what it may mean for coaches and spectators. We discuss the events surrounding George Floyd, why USAT came out with their statement condemning racism and USA…
 
A conversation with Meb Keflezighi. In addition to his 4 Olympic appearances and an Olympic silver medal, he’s won both the NYC Marathon and the Boston Marathon the year after the bombings, the first American to do so in decades. He boasts the most sub 2:10 finishes of any American professional marathoner. We talk about his origin story, and his la…
 
Taking a look back at clips from 5 of the most downloaded episodes in season 2 with updated commentary. 3:50: Hunter Allen – Maximizing Cycling Training with a Power Meter | @peakscoaching | Full Podcast https://apple.co/3dEwkTW 18:05: Britt Marie Hermes – Blowing the Whistle on Alternative Medicine | @naturodiaries | Full Podcast https://apple.co/…
 
In this episode, a conversation with Becca Pizzi. She is a 2x World Marathon Challenge champion which is a race that entails running 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days. As a wife and mother, she became the first American woman to complete the event and she was able to achieve a Guinness World Record time. We talk about her new book Becca's Feat …
 
In this episode, a conversation with Dr. Nadia N. Abuelezam, Sc.D, an epidemiologist and assistant professor at Boston College. She has a broad research agenda including inequities in health outcomes and healthcare access in resource poor settings and vulnerable populations. We discuss the latest details around the coronavirus pandemic and the late…
 
In this episode we discuss the topic of equal pay in sports. A topic that’s been placed back into the spotlight by the women's national soccer team with their win in the 2019 World Cup. My guests will be two economists, Dr. Jill Harris, PhD @jillharris and Dr. Nola Agha, PhD @nolaagha who are two world renown economists with broad research agendas …
 
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