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ZenTri 594 - Rachel Joyce, Coffee, Dogs, and Swim Pull Technique

ITU World Champ and Kona 2nd Place Pro Triathlete Rachel Joyce talks to us about 50 Women to Kona, her bike setup, and coffee.

In The Training Log segment, I describe the pull that real swimmers do that triathletes don’t, and how to use fish oil in your bulletproof coffee. Also, how to teach your dog to run with you.

And as promised, here's the "Making Coffee" video I talked about on the podcast.

Want to fight diabetes?, here's the JDRF ride link to help out Aaron Leff.  Do it!


Keeping your bikes from getting stolen while using Strava and Garmin Connect

Be careful! Theives are using social media workout sharing information to find nice bikes in empty houses. When you log a workout, the path to your house and your pattern of behavior is out there for people to use.

There are at least two ways to make yourself less of a target:

1. Strava and possibly some of the other programs have a setting where you can block out your path by setting filters on a map.  You should not make your house the center of that circle, or your location is still obvious.  Strava allows you to make multiple of these filter areas, and of varying size.  Definitely do that and review your work to make sure your house is impossible to determine.

2. The second level of security, and the one that inspired me to write this post, is don't accept "friends" on the social networks that you don't know or have vague descriptions that don't appear genuine.  "Cr211aReez" with no substantial profile or reason to be your friend is probably a bike thief.  You can make your life much easier by being selective of your friends.



ZenTri 593 - Hillary Biscay, Thorsten Radde, Tawnee Prazak, Galveston 70.3 Preview

Hillary Biscay and Thorsten Radde talk about and the depth of women's field, Tawnee Prazak calls in, I do a Galveston 70.3 course preview, and wrap it up with some great music from Decasia.



ZenTri 592 - Rich Roll and John Hirsch

I am very excited to have both Ultraman Rich Roll and pro triathlete John Hirsch on this week's show!

Rich joins us to talk about his new book, The PlantPower Way.  We dish on nutrition and his journey to get such a great book published.  He also gives me some tips on how to start training for my self-supported Ultraman, The UltraBaby.

John hops in for a long chat about Israman, Strong Like Bull Camp in Spain, and 50 Women to Kona.  It's a great time!

I also talk about recovering from overtraining in The Training Log, so check it out.  Enjoy!


ZenTri 591 - Doug MacLean And Three Best Buys For Your Bike

Pro Triathlete Doug MacLean joins me to talk about his skin cancer scare, being a pro, life in Boulder, and 
I also talk about the three easiest ways to make your bike better:

Listen in for a good time and some triathlon news.  Enjoy!