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« ZenTri Podcast 518 - Going Big | Main | How to Train - The PDF »
Tuesday
Feb262013

ZenTri 516 - Behind the Wheel

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Join me for a podcast where we talk about the amazing effect of beets, changing your life through triathlon, and catch an interview with professional triathlete William Huffman.

Episode 516 show notes:
- A little background on Brett.
- Crowie vs. Lieto run analysis video.
- The beauty of beets and radishes.
- I was 50 lbs overweight, smoker, drinker
  - Reduced that a bunch by triathlon, surfing, mountain biking
  - Few years ago found out about rich roll
    - higher quality food, more fiber, less calories from crap.
- Interview with William Huffman
  - Stats
  - did 2 thirty second "spin-ups"
- Penguin visit
  - only pizza and sprite for dinner!
    - indigestion next day
  - donut bullsh*t for breakfast.
- Don't train to get exhausted. and HOPE for improvement.  
  - Not enough DENSITY
  - Train to get stronger in 1 or 2 days!
- Motivation - Doing begets doing.
- Olympic + distance = Discipline to do what you are supposed to, ignoring the ego.
  - can't do that
  - not enough time
  - horrible food
  - internet
  - Tv
- Fat burning - intervals!
  - Body metabolizes body fat while recovering
  - Eating right is only half the picture.
- Yellow Phone Case
- Upcoming Races 
  - Ironman Texas 70.3 Galveston. April 7th
  - Kemah Oly April 28th
  - Ironman Texas May 18th

 

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