Ben Hobbs (The Real Starky) talks with us about why he moved into an RV to go minimalist, Michael Derksen does his first salt water 2.4 mile race, and I dish on the REAL meaning of life.
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Do you know the 20 most important things that happened at the Ironman World Championships in Kona? Now you will!
And as promised, here is the link to the story and to help out baby Alexander Starykowicz who is only a few months old and has been spending way too much time in the hospital. His dad, Andrew Starykowicz was also hit and dragged by a van earlier this year!
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Join me for a detailed chat with pro triathlete Darbi Roberts on how she used better fat metabolism to win Ironman Wales on just 100 calories per hour! We discuss her daily diet, training and racing strategies, and how she handles racing while working full time as an Assistant Dean at Columbia University.
Joining in for the second interview of the show is Michael Derksen. We talk about strategies for his (and maybe your) next big open water swimming race.
Then we dive into some audio from a kids triathlon in Galveston where they swam in a water park's "lazy river." After that, some thoughts on getting triathlon done while trying to adult and help out on Boy Scout campouts.
Should you run latex tubes? Are flat pedals actually faster than clip-ins? That and much more answered on this episode!
Here's a great article that does a critical analysis of the video.
Pic of the latex tubes I usually use.
A pic of the flat pedals I bought and have been using with a ton of success lately. Harriers from Merlin Cyclery.
Review of my favorite Ironman so far, fun prerace audio, interview with 11 year-old female state cycling champion, audio at Youth Nationals in Ohio.
And here's a smattering of just some of the images and videos we talk about in the show. Enjoy!
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