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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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What are the clinically proven, tested and studied best nutrition performance strategies? The best person to answer that question is, with over 30 years of experience in the field, is Professor Louise Burke. Professor Louise Burke, OAM is a pioneer and leader in the nutrition industry for athletes worldwide, we’re proud to say she’s an Australian s…
 
It’s been said that no race can happen without the volunteers but there is another unsung hero that is critical to making any athlete’s race experience a success. In this episode we hear from Kim Ristow who has been called The World’s Greatest Sherpa. Kim is the wife of Jim Ristow who was on Episode 3 back in July 2021. Jim is an accomplished triat…
 
Every event has it’s own specific requirements that you need to make sure you’re adequately prepared for, and this is especially true for any endurance or ultra event, especially the Ironman. We had the epic Port Macquarie IM here in Australia last week, and with the Ironman world champs in St George happening over the weekend, today we’re talking …
 
Way back in December 2021, in episode 23, we met Brandon Hozack. Brandon is an endurance athlete that has Ankylosing Spondylitis or AS as Brandon refers to it. We learned that Brandon has decided to take control of his life and show his son and others affected by this disease that you can still live life to the fullest. In this episode, Brandon ret…
 
Once you get started in the cycling or triathlon world, a pandora’s box opens up to you with what seems like infinite choices you need to make about products, equipment and everything to do with training and racing. So in this episode, we’re going to give you our thoughts on some of the key decisions you need to be making and which option to go for…
 
In this episode we hear from Ironman Maryland Finisher and Captain of Team Elbe, her relay team at Ironman 70.3 Texas, Evelyn Shreve. Team Elbe and Team Caliber, my relay team, we next to each other in transition in Galveston. Evelyn has been married for 29 years, lives in Philadelphia, PA and is an “empty nester.” She shares that when she’s not in…
 
What made you pick your current running shoe? Is it just the shoe or brand you’ve always worn? Is it because a pro wore it so you figured it must be good? (Which is a fairly valid reason!) Or is it because you were told that shoe would give you the support you needed? With the amount of shoe brands and types of shoe around, it’s becoming more diffi…
 
In the episode we hear from 11 time Ironman Finisher, Vicki Muir Cherin. Vicki is signed up and will be going for finish #12 at Ironman Texas on April 22, 2022. Vicki currently lives in Boca Raton, FL with her husband and they 2 adult children and 3 grandchildren. Vicki talks through how she got introduced to the sport of triathlon. Because of an i…
 
With the end of tri season here in Australia it’s time for a lot of our athletes to take a break. Around the rest of the world the racing season is just beginning, and you may be starting to get into some seriously good form! But the question remains, it is difficult to maintain a high intensity training program for 52 weeks of the year without ove…
 
In this episode we hear from Ironman Wisconsin finisher, Paul Wilson. Paul and his wife of 33 years, Charlette, live in San Antonio, TX and have two adult children. Paul serves as pastor at Cibolocreek Community Church which he started 25 years ago. Paul describes himself as being an average athlete growing up. He shares that he went to small priva…
 
Nick Jankovskis is the lead sports scientist and performance coach at METS Performance Consulting. Specialists in improving endurance performance by accurately analysing performance through physiological testing to prescribe optimised individualised training. Nick is highly experienced in working in high-performance sport in both individual and tea…
 
In this episode, I talk about my experience during Ironman 70.3 Texas. During my conversation with Angie Jackson way back in episode 18, I committed to being a volunteer. Since is was only swimming, I decided this would be the perfect opportunity to make good on that promise. Like most things, you get way more than you give! I met some incredible p…
 
Big episode today we’ve got lots to discuss as always with the world of sports cycling, triathlon athletics. But we’re looking at the question, are junk miles worth it? We all want to get that extra edge, and if athletes have time we often see them sneaking in extra km’s on the bike or running when they can, but are these sessions actually doing an…
 
In this episode, I speak to Davin Main. Davin is an elementary school teacher from Sacramento, CA. He and his wife, who is also and endurance athlete, have a 16 year old daughter along with a few pets. After giving me a quick US Geography lesson, Davin and I compare stories of on the benefits of being a teacher in a small town. My wife can’t go any…
 
Nathan Jones played 302 games for the Melbourne Football Club and captained the club from 2014 - 2019. He’s a 3 x Best and Fairest (Most Valuable Player) for his club and will go down as one of their all time legends, a leader through one of their toughest decades in the clubs' history. Nathan talks us through finishing his AFL journey, both the fu…
 
Nathan Jones played 302 games for the Melbourne Football club, and captained the club from 2014 - 2019. He’s a 3 x Best and Fairest (Most Valuable Player) for his club and will go down as one of their all time legends, a leader through one of their toughest decades in the clubs history. Nathan talks us through finishing his AFL journey, both the fu…
 
In this episode, I give an update on where I am in my training. I share some excitement about my swim tools. I detail my schedule for Ironman 70.3 Texas weekend, and I provide some insight into what’s next. If you want to follow us on the Ironman tracker April 3rd our bib number is 4057.بقلم Mike Bosch
 
We’ve got a big episode today because since we’ve been away there has been some major things happening around the world of sport... We’ve got epic races to dissect, records broken, world-class athletes changing coaches and training programs to name a few. As always there is plenty to discuss and we can’t wait to sink our teeth into it. Timestamps: …
 
In this episode we get the opportunity to hear from Ironman in Training, Scott Sugimoto. Scott is currently training for his very first full distance race. He will be racing in St. George, UT in May of 2022. During the get to know you, Scott shares that he has been married for 29 years, has 3 adult children, and was blessed with a granddaughter a y…
 
In this episode we get an update from the Anchor of our Ironman 70.3 Texas Relay Team. Eric shares how his training is going and what his plan is for race weekend. He also challenges you the listener to predict our finish time(s). Think it through and email how long you think it will take us to finish at eveydayironmanpodcast@gmail.com or send us a…
 
Last week we had Australia’s number 1 ranked male athlete on the show, this week we have the number 1 female ranked triathlete, Ellie Salthouse! With 17 x half ironman wins to her name since turning her focus to 70.3, and a further 10 podiums, she is one of our most dominating athletes. She’s achieved a best place of 5th at the world champs, but as…
 
In this episode, we get our 1st check-in with my Ironman 70.3 Texas relay team. With just over 5 weeks until race weekend, we hear from Lindsay Klimek. In episode 30, I introduced you to Lindsay. To recap: We work together, she has a strong athletic background and while new to triathlon, she is an avid cyclist. Lindsay and I talk about how her trai…
 
On today’s episode we have Australia’s number 1 ranked male triathlete at the moment, Sam Appleton. Sam in in flying form especially with his performances of late including 5th at the PTO Collins Cup last year, 9th at the 70.3 world title and his most recent win at Geelon 70.3 on Sunday. He has had an incredibly successful IM 70.3 career winning 15…
 
Athletes often make the mistake of doing the wrong type of training at the wrong time of the year. How do you know when you should be doing what type of training? When should you be doing your strength block vs your threshold block? When should you spend more time focusing on your weaknesses vs continuing to improve your strengths? These are all co…
 
In this episode, we hear from Ironman in training Andy Manning. Andy and his wife have three children above the age of 18, three grandkids all below the age of 10, and a 6lb miniature dachshund chihuahua mix. Andy works full-time and currently lives outside of Seattle, Washington. While Andy is just getting started in his Ironman journey, he confes…
 
Last Friday, February 4th, on a warm summer's day here in Melbourne, Anna Davis broke her own World Record in the 1 hour Time Trial, also known as who can ride the furthest distance around an indoor track in an hour. This was an extraordinary feat, not only because it was her fourth age group world record, but she completed it in 45.3km/hr, making …
 
In this episode, we hear from a non-traditional track athlete. During his time at the University of Norte Dame, Denes Veres threw shot putt. At one particular event, he threw a distance of 18.57 meters which earned him the school’s record. That record held from the time he graduated in 2011 with a degree in Finance until April 2021. We spend a few …
 
Last week on the podcast we spoke about the best bike sessions for 2022, but for all the triathletes, what about the best swim and run sessions? Based on the analysis of our own athletes, what have we concluded are the most valuable swim and run sessions for you to be doing? What sessions can we say have given our athletes the most improvement? We’…
 
In this episode we hear from Sam and Billy Crozier who are the current Guinness World Record holders for most 70.3 triathlons completed in 1 year. They have currently completed thirty-seven 70.3 triathlons and have until May 23, 2022 to add to that number. The are bothers who are separate by 10 years and 2 states but are participating in this adven…
 
With such a wide range of training sessions you could be doing, what are the best sessions you should be doing? What bike sessions are going to help you improve the most? Every year we get more and more data on our own athletes, as well as professional athletes around the world as to the most effective training sessions to improve your fitness, pow…
 
In this episode we hear from Lauren LeBlanc. Lauren in a Physician Assistant in Cardiology. She is a partner in a single doctor private practice in Michigan. She and her husband currently have 2 active boys Arlo and Fin. Lauren shares that while in high school she ran track and competed for her school’s swim team. She explains that she rode her bik…
 
Last week we both had a crack at a Masters/Age Group National Title, Gerard in the cycling individual time trial and Jordan in the triathlon sprint champs, and we both came up short with two bronze medals. After everything we’ve spoken about pre race mentality, what to do in race week, how to execute your best performance, it’s just as important to…
 
In this episode we hear from Ryan Stephens. Ryan recently earned his PhD and works as a Nurse Practitioner specializing with cardiac patients. Ryan and his wife Laura have two beautiful children together and are currently living in Memphis, Tennessee. Ryan shares that he was born with a heart condition that required corrective surgery at 9 months o…
 
This week we had the Australian Masters National Road Series take place, national titles on the line for the individual time trial, teams time trial, crit race and road race. For a lot of our athletes, this is their biggest race of the year, this is their A race, the one they’ve been training for. And for some select athletes, the goal of winning g…
 
In this episode I introduce my teammates for Ironman 70.3 Texas. In April Eric Horton, Lindsay Klimek and I will be taking on the relay in Galveston, TX. We get to hear how both of their backgrounds and how they are approaching training. While Eric, Lindsay and I come from different backgrounds we feel that our balance is our strength. We discuss w…
 
Happy new year and welcome to 2022! The new year naturally comes with resolutions and goals, so today we’re going to take you through the 7 MUST DO training rules for 2022. Often it’s less about resolutions or outcomes, and more about what actions do you need to change this year? Welcome back to the podcast for the year and we can’t wait to bring y…
 
In the episode we hear from Chris Tubbs who is a husband, father and has a PhD in Biochemistry. If that wasn’t enough, Chris also invests in real estate, has started a charity walk that grew to the point he had to enlist help to manage it and is a Prostate Cancer survivor. After being diagnosed with cancer, Chris started journaling as a way to docu…
 
In the last episode of 2021, I had the opportunity to speak to Lissette Mares. Lissette currently works full-time in hospitality and lives in Yosemite National Park in California. Through the conversation she reveals that she grew up swimming, though conversation I determine that she may or may not have been an Olympic hopeful. She is also very ope…
 
In this episode, I speak to triathlete and author Brock Gibbs. Brock is a 2 time Top 10 Finisher, in his Age Group, at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships. Recently, Brock released My Coworkers Think I’m a Pro which provides a witty and entertaining account of how Brock got started in the sport of triathlon. During the day Brock is a Physical Educ…
 
Every year we like to reflect on what happened and pick out our top lessons and learnings of what we’ve taken this year. Each new year brings with it a new set of challenges and triumphs, but mostly for us it presents another year of evidence as to what is working and what is not working with athletes. So this is one of our favourite episodes to do…
 
In this episode I get the opportunity to thank a volunteer! In my Ironman Waco 70.3 race recap, I told the story of how I met someone in the Ironman store the day before the race and during conversation he said that he would make plans to present me with my medal when I crossed the finish line. True to his word, he encouraged me during the last mil…
 
With the holiday period approaching fast, it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to attack your training program. For most people, they have a week or a few weeks off where they are away from home, but have potentially more time to train. But is training more a good thing over this period? How do you balance a potential increase in trai…
 
In this episode, I speak to Kostas Lozanas who recently released a documentary about his experience at Ironman Waco in October 2021. The documentary titled Keep Moving Forward is currently available on YouTube. Kostas is a husband, father of four girls and owns two Greek restaurants in the Dallas suburb of Rowlett, Texas. He shares that his athleti…
 
Everything we do in training, all the preparation and work we put in is so that we can get to race day and perform well. We want to stand on the startline on the beach, ready to hit the water knowing we are in the best shape possible. We speak a lot on this podcast about race execution, how to attack the race, how to have a race plan... But your ra…
 
In this episode I speak to Endurance Athlete Brandon Hozack. Brandon lives in Vancouver, Washington with his wife and son. Previously a firefighter/paramedic he currently works as a tattoo artist. While claiming to not have an athletic background, Brandon got introduced to the sport of triathlon in 2014 where he started competing in local sprint an…
 
In today’s podcast episode, we were joined by the GodFather of Triathlon Coaching Joe Friel. Not only is Joe one of the founding voices of triathlon training since it’s inception in the 80s, he’s also the founder of Training Peaks and the of 18 books with his Training Bibles’ becoming famous world wide. But mostly, Joe is a true inspiration to us, …
 
In this episode we hear Travis Coffey’s incredible story. Travis is the father of Brookelyn Coffey who was my guest in episode 20. In 2019, Travis suffered a traumatic injury that forever changed his life. Having completed Ironman Louisville in 2018, Travis was not going to accept the diagnosis of his doctors and not only knew he would walk again b…
 
In today’s episode we absolutely geeked out because we got to speak to arguably the number 1 triathlon coach in the world right now, Arild Tveiten. Arild is the head coach and sports director of the Norwegian Triathlon Federation. At the Olympics in Tokyo 2021, Kristian Blummenfelt, who has been coached by Arild for 11 years, took the gold medal in…
 
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