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Endurance Quick Cast

Positive Performance Coaching

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Endurance Quick Cast
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Endurance Quick Cast

Positive Performance Coaching

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The show for cyclists, runners, multisport athletes with topics covering how to train, improving performances, the tech, the gear and the gadgets that endurance athletes love and finding new ways to get even more enjoyment out of your sport. Look for guests hosts and listener Q&A shows too.

Latest Episodes

Running Tech Guide

This week on Bench Talk on The Endurance QuickCast it’s all about running tech. Specifically what I, coach Rob, use and why I selected it for my training and competition as a runner. Everything from clothing, shoes, insoles, hydration and the typical running tech and more. Have a listen and let me know what your favorite running geat and tech is and why. Wireless Headphones Smart Watch Foot Pod Shoes Custom Insoles Shorts, Shirts and Singlets Socks Dealing with hot spots Athletic taping Hydration systems Runners cap Sunglasses Winter clothing Compression socks Other links of interest Make your run more comfortable Bench Talk – Selecting the right running shoe All About Performance Sports Glasses

32 MIN2018 AUG 4
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Running Tech Guide

Sports Nutrition Foundational Information

The drought is over and Coach Rob is back with a long overdue edition of The Feed on the Endurance QuickCast. Rob covers what he refers to as foundational information on sports nutrition for runners and cyclists. Coach cover’s pre-hydration fueling guidance as well as intra-training and race guidance and wraps it up talking about fueling for recovery. Below are just some of the things covered in today’s show: Hydration Temperature and heat index concerns concerns Electrolytes Filtered Water Timing of hydration Prepackaged sports nutrition vs whole foods When and when not to experiment with new foods Mitigating bonk Depleting glycogen on purpose in training Nutrition timing for runners and cyclists in training and racing Pre-hydration and nutrition guidance Add link about not eating before a race More intra race and training nutrition and hydration guidance Post training and race guidance Keeping it simple with Whey Concentrate and Chocolate Milk Coach Rob’s rant on packaging mate...

33 MIN2018 JUL 28
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Sports Nutrition Foundational Information

Power meter standards and what’s new in power meter tech

Josh and I are going to talk about what’s new with power meters and help unravel the mysteries of wireless sensor protocols on today’s show. Quite a bit has happened since we had Josh on the show last. New announcements from existing power meter manufacturers including new features, price drops and a device that gives you your own wind tunnel! I also get asked questions from the audience and from athletes that I coach about the various wireless protocols out power meters and other sensors use such as Bluetooth and ANT+. wireless sensor protocols. So today we are going to try and unravel the mysteries of these wireless standards and share what we know what’s new and exciting in the world of power meters and power meter accessories. But before we dive in I have some notes and offers to share Note: As usual we will have detailed show notes and links to information discussed in today’s show. To find the show notes go to http://bit.ly/EQCnotes or search for the show title at the afor...

78 MIN2018 JUL 7
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Power meter standards and what’s new in power meter tech

What it takes to participate in group training effectively

On today’s endurance QuickCast were going to talk about what it means to train in a group whether you are a cyclist, a runner, coach, or a group fitness instructor there’s a lot to be learned about group instruction and how to participate effectively. As usual, I have some notes to share before we jump into the show. Check out our deals page! This show came about due to several conversations I have had in recent weeks with athletes I coach and group rides I have participated in that contained some sort of group structure. I will likely revisit this topic in future shows but it dawned on me that I haven’t covered this topic much outside of shows on training camps. If you participate in any sort of group training with me I start with 3 tenants. The 3 simple tenants that I have when considering participation or directing any sort of group training is: * Communications * Safety * Listening Clear communications Clearly explain the workout and expectations on the execution of the worko...

32 MIN2018 MAY 19
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What it takes to participate in group training effectively

Is Electronic Shifting Worth The Extra Money

Electronic drivetrains come up pretty frequently when I talk with my athletes and I recently was asked if Di2 was worth the upgrade over an equivalent mechanical shifting groupset. Fair warning my experience with all things groups is very strong when it comes to Shimano. I have ridden on SRAM road groups and have a Mountain Bike with an SRAM Mechanical group set. I have never had the pleasure of riding on any other current or past electronic shifting systems. Many of my sponsors, athletes, and teammates have. I will share my experiences, anecdotal accounts and industry information that will be useful when it comes time for you to make that all-important buying decision. But before we go much further I have a few notes Note: Before you get out pencil and paper for the show I want to let everyone know that that this show will have extensive show notes. To find the show notes simply go to PositivePerformanceCoaching.com/blog/ or search for the show title on our website. Check out our d...

48 MIN2018 APR 21
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Is Electronic Shifting Worth The Extra Money

Winter Athlete Q an A

It’s Athlete Q and A time! One of my favorite things to do is communicate with athletes and share what we have learned along the way to make our sport and athletic endeavors better. We have all kinds of questions covering where you can find the show, bike fit, doping with baking soda, meditation on the run or ride, FTP tests, other podcasts, hill repeats indoors, the best power meter and smart trainers, running with power and more! So take a look below to check out the questions. I have included links to these show notes to the question but the vast majority of the answers will be on the podcast itself. Q. What to do when your di2 Battery dies halfway through a long ride Q. @KOMbikeTalk asks… Is the Endurance QuickCast on Google Play? https://play.google.com/music/m/Iwnj4vdixbkvw355sbiuxrndnnu?t=Endurance_Quick_Cast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/endurance-quick-cast/id1070296254?mt=2 https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rob-grissom/endurance-quick-cast https://player.fm/series/e...

50 MIN2018 APR 13
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Winter Athlete Q an A

What endurance athletes don’t know about protein could hurt them

Welcome back to The Feed on the Endurance QuickCast I am Coach Rob and will be your host today. Rafal will be joining us again very soon on a topic that all athletes will find beneficial in their training and day-to-day lives. One of the topics that come up often when I talk with my athletes regarding sports nutrition and daily nutrition whether it’s for weight loss or for performance reason is protein. Such as, how much protein should I consume what kind, can’t I just get it from my diet, why do I need to worry about it, when should I be consuming it and is there a downside to consuming large amounts of protein? Just to list few questions! Before we get started I have some notes to share. Note: Before you get out pencil and paper for the show I want to let everyone know that this show will have extensive show notes and the notes will include the links mentioned in offers and potentially citations to sports science studies. To find the show notes simply go to http://bit.ly/EQCnote...

32 MIN2018 MAR 17
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What endurance athletes don’t know about protein could hurt them

Travel plans can wreck or improve fitness – What an athlete needs to know

As a coach, many of my athletes have contacted me to request I make changes to their training calendars because of unexpected travel or they forgot about a family vacation. The next thing we talk about is what training they think they can accomplish when traveling. Quite often I hear that the athlete doesn’t think they can get in much of any training. I think many of them are surprised when I politely disagree with this line of thought. But before we dig into the details I have a few notes… I will make it quick… Note: Before you get out pencil and paper for the show I want to let everyone know that this show will have extensive show notes and the notes will include the links mentioned in offers and potentially citations to sports science studies. To find the show notes simply go to http://bit.ly/EQCnotes or search for the show title at the aforementioned link. Note: The close of the 2018PPC/EQC Training Kit order is fast upon us. We will close the store March 12th. To see the kit...

40 MIN2018 MAR 10
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Travel plans can wreck or improve fitness – What an athlete needs to know

Improving Time To Exhaustion

One of the biggest challenges that all athletes face is how do I train for what I want to accomplish. What is the fastest, most reliable way to achieve X with my performance? Well… you guessed it… it depends and I may have an answer or several for you depending on your desires, fitness, and goals. But before we dig into the details I have a few notes… I will make it quick… Note: Before you get out pencil and paper for the show I want to let everyone know that this show will have extensive show notes and the notes will include the links mentioned in offers and potentially citations to sports science studies. To find the show notes simply go to http://bit.ly/EQCnotes or search for the show title at the aforementioned link. Note: The close of the 2018PPC/EQC Training Kit order is fast upon us. We will close the store March 12th. To see the kit and learn more about the order process visit http://bit.ly/PPCKitOrder Order the Kit and race in the kit and get a Custom Training Plan for ...

38 MIN2018 MAR 3
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Improving Time To Exhaustion

The Feed – Our New Co-host shares what you need to know about Keto

Hello and welcome back to a new edition of The Feed. Today my New Co-host Rafal Nazarewicz and I are in the studio ready to help our listeners make sense of sports nutrition topics. Welcome, Rafal and thanks for being the new co-host and sponsor of The Feed! Why don’t you introduce your self and tell our listeners about your professional and athletic background and a bit about Spring Energy before we cover today’s topic? Today Rafal and I are going to talk about Ketogenic diets, the pros and cons and what the metabolic impact could be to athletes. Offer – Check out The new Canaberry Gel – Tastes just like a Strawberry Smoothie. Use the coupon code PPCstrong10 at checkout to get 10% off of any Spring Energy Nutrition. Offer – Don’t forget to order your Positive Performance/Endurance QuickCast jersey before we close the order on March 12th! Learn more about the kit and order on the official post. Rafal and Rob get right into the heart of the topic regarding Ketogenic diets. If y...

53 MIN2018 FEB 24
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The Feed – Our New Co-host shares what you need to know about Keto

Latest Episodes

Running Tech Guide

This week on Bench Talk on The Endurance QuickCast it’s all about running tech. Specifically what I, coach Rob, use and why I selected it for my training and competition as a runner. Everything from clothing, shoes, insoles, hydration and the typical running tech and more. Have a listen and let me know what your favorite running geat and tech is and why. Wireless Headphones Smart Watch Foot Pod Shoes Custom Insoles Shorts, Shirts and Singlets Socks Dealing with hot spots Athletic taping Hydration systems Runners cap Sunglasses Winter clothing Compression socks Other links of interest Make your run more comfortable Bench Talk – Selecting the right running shoe All About Performance Sports Glasses

32 MIN2018 AUG 4
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Running Tech Guide

Sports Nutrition Foundational Information

The drought is over and Coach Rob is back with a long overdue edition of The Feed on the Endurance QuickCast. Rob covers what he refers to as foundational information on sports nutrition for runners and cyclists. Coach cover’s pre-hydration fueling guidance as well as intra-training and race guidance and wraps it up talking about fueling for recovery. Below are just some of the things covered in today’s show: Hydration Temperature and heat index concerns concerns Electrolytes Filtered Water Timing of hydration Prepackaged sports nutrition vs whole foods When and when not to experiment with new foods Mitigating bonk Depleting glycogen on purpose in training Nutrition timing for runners and cyclists in training and racing Pre-hydration and nutrition guidance Add link about not eating before a race More intra race and training nutrition and hydration guidance Post training and race guidance Keeping it simple with Whey Concentrate and Chocolate Milk Coach Rob’s rant on packaging mate...

33 MIN2018 JUL 28
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Sports Nutrition Foundational Information

Power meter standards and what’s new in power meter tech

Josh and I are going to talk about what’s new with power meters and help unravel the mysteries of wireless sensor protocols on today’s show. Quite a bit has happened since we had Josh on the show last. New announcements from existing power meter manufacturers including new features, price drops and a device that gives you your own wind tunnel! I also get asked questions from the audience and from athletes that I coach about the various wireless protocols out power meters and other sensors use such as Bluetooth and ANT+. wireless sensor protocols. So today we are going to try and unravel the mysteries of these wireless standards and share what we know what’s new and exciting in the world of power meters and power meter accessories. But before we dive in I have some notes and offers to share Note: As usual we will have detailed show notes and links to information discussed in today’s show. To find the show notes go to http://bit.ly/EQCnotes or search for the show title at the afor...

78 MIN2018 JUL 7
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Power meter standards and what’s new in power meter tech

What it takes to participate in group training effectively

On today’s endurance QuickCast were going to talk about what it means to train in a group whether you are a cyclist, a runner, coach, or a group fitness instructor there’s a lot to be learned about group instruction and how to participate effectively. As usual, I have some notes to share before we jump into the show. Check out our deals page! This show came about due to several conversations I have had in recent weeks with athletes I coach and group rides I have participated in that contained some sort of group structure. I will likely revisit this topic in future shows but it dawned on me that I haven’t covered this topic much outside of shows on training camps. If you participate in any sort of group training with me I start with 3 tenants. The 3 simple tenants that I have when considering participation or directing any sort of group training is: * Communications * Safety * Listening Clear communications Clearly explain the workout and expectations on the execution of the worko...

32 MIN2018 MAY 19
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What it takes to participate in group training effectively

Is Electronic Shifting Worth The Extra Money

Electronic drivetrains come up pretty frequently when I talk with my athletes and I recently was asked if Di2 was worth the upgrade over an equivalent mechanical shifting groupset. Fair warning my experience with all things groups is very strong when it comes to Shimano. I have ridden on SRAM road groups and have a Mountain Bike with an SRAM Mechanical group set. I have never had the pleasure of riding on any other current or past electronic shifting systems. Many of my sponsors, athletes, and teammates have. I will share my experiences, anecdotal accounts and industry information that will be useful when it comes time for you to make that all-important buying decision. But before we go much further I have a few notes Note: Before you get out pencil and paper for the show I want to let everyone know that that this show will have extensive show notes. To find the show notes simply go to PositivePerformanceCoaching.com/blog/ or search for the show title on our website. Check out our d...

48 MIN2018 APR 21
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Is Electronic Shifting Worth The Extra Money

Winter Athlete Q an A

It’s Athlete Q and A time! One of my favorite things to do is communicate with athletes and share what we have learned along the way to make our sport and athletic endeavors better. We have all kinds of questions covering where you can find the show, bike fit, doping with baking soda, meditation on the run or ride, FTP tests, other podcasts, hill repeats indoors, the best power meter and smart trainers, running with power and more! So take a look below to check out the questions. I have included links to these show notes to the question but the vast majority of the answers will be on the podcast itself. Q. What to do when your di2 Battery dies halfway through a long ride Q. @KOMbikeTalk asks… Is the Endurance QuickCast on Google Play? https://play.google.com/music/m/Iwnj4vdixbkvw355sbiuxrndnnu?t=Endurance_Quick_Cast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/endurance-quick-cast/id1070296254?mt=2 https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rob-grissom/endurance-quick-cast https://player.fm/series/e...

50 MIN2018 APR 13
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Winter Athlete Q an A

What endurance athletes don’t know about protein could hurt them

Welcome back to The Feed on the Endurance QuickCast I am Coach Rob and will be your host today. Rafal will be joining us again very soon on a topic that all athletes will find beneficial in their training and day-to-day lives. One of the topics that come up often when I talk with my athletes regarding sports nutrition and daily nutrition whether it’s for weight loss or for performance reason is protein. Such as, how much protein should I consume what kind, can’t I just get it from my diet, why do I need to worry about it, when should I be consuming it and is there a downside to consuming large amounts of protein? Just to list few questions! Before we get started I have some notes to share. Note: Before you get out pencil and paper for the show I want to let everyone know that this show will have extensive show notes and the notes will include the links mentioned in offers and potentially citations to sports science studies. To find the show notes simply go to http://bit.ly/EQCnote...

32 MIN2018 MAR 17
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What endurance athletes don’t know about protein could hurt them

Travel plans can wreck or improve fitness – What an athlete needs to know

As a coach, many of my athletes have contacted me to request I make changes to their training calendars because of unexpected travel or they forgot about a family vacation. The next thing we talk about is what training they think they can accomplish when traveling. Quite often I hear that the athlete doesn’t think they can get in much of any training. I think many of them are surprised when I politely disagree with this line of thought. But before we dig into the details I have a few notes… I will make it quick… Note: Before you get out pencil and paper for the show I want to let everyone know that this show will have extensive show notes and the notes will include the links mentioned in offers and potentially citations to sports science studies. To find the show notes simply go to http://bit.ly/EQCnotes or search for the show title at the aforementioned link. Note: The close of the 2018PPC/EQC Training Kit order is fast upon us. We will close the store March 12th. To see the kit...

40 MIN2018 MAR 10
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Travel plans can wreck or improve fitness – What an athlete needs to know

Improving Time To Exhaustion

One of the biggest challenges that all athletes face is how do I train for what I want to accomplish. What is the fastest, most reliable way to achieve X with my performance? Well… you guessed it… it depends and I may have an answer or several for you depending on your desires, fitness, and goals. But before we dig into the details I have a few notes… I will make it quick… Note: Before you get out pencil and paper for the show I want to let everyone know that this show will have extensive show notes and the notes will include the links mentioned in offers and potentially citations to sports science studies. To find the show notes simply go to http://bit.ly/EQCnotes or search for the show title at the aforementioned link. Note: The close of the 2018PPC/EQC Training Kit order is fast upon us. We will close the store March 12th. To see the kit and learn more about the order process visit http://bit.ly/PPCKitOrder Order the Kit and race in the kit and get a Custom Training Plan for ...

38 MIN2018 MAR 3
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Improving Time To Exhaustion

The Feed – Our New Co-host shares what you need to know about Keto

Hello and welcome back to a new edition of The Feed. Today my New Co-host Rafal Nazarewicz and I are in the studio ready to help our listeners make sense of sports nutrition topics. Welcome, Rafal and thanks for being the new co-host and sponsor of The Feed! Why don’t you introduce your self and tell our listeners about your professional and athletic background and a bit about Spring Energy before we cover today’s topic? Today Rafal and I are going to talk about Ketogenic diets, the pros and cons and what the metabolic impact could be to athletes. Offer – Check out The new Canaberry Gel – Tastes just like a Strawberry Smoothie. Use the coupon code PPCstrong10 at checkout to get 10% off of any Spring Energy Nutrition. Offer – Don’t forget to order your Positive Performance/Endurance QuickCast jersey before we close the order on March 12th! Learn more about the kit and order on the official post. Rafal and Rob get right into the heart of the topic regarding Ketogenic diets. If y...

53 MIN2018 FEB 24
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The Feed – Our New Co-host shares what you need to know about Keto