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A monthly in-depth interview with an innovative coach or professional that is bringing new ideas or novel training methods to their sport or profession. We will also talk about coffee, beer and dogs. This podcast is sponsored by Magnolia Masters.

Latest Episodes

Episode 24 - Alex Coates, Overtraining Researcher

Episode 24 is an interesting interview with a Alex Coates who is a former professional triathlete and currently working on her PhD in Exercise Physiology with an emphasis on overtraining in athletes. We discuss some of the long held ideas in endurance training like Super Compensation on how there might be better ways to train. We also talk about some of the early signs of overtraining or really under recovering and what they might be.

60 MIN4 d ago
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Episode 24 - Alex Coates, Overtraining Researcher

Special Episode 11 - Ginger, Lizzie and Alysha, Pro Camp 2020

A couple short, compact interviews with a few of the professional triathletes in attendance at the Magnolia Masters Pro Camp. We talk about their careers, how and why they became a pro and what their goals are going forward.

60 MINJAN 20
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Special Episode 11 - Ginger, Lizzie and Alysha, Pro Camp 2020

Special Episode 10 - Justin Daerr, Pro Camp 2020

A little trip down amnesia lane with long time professional triathlete Justin Daerr. We talk about his career in triathlon and his ideas around training and racing.

86 MINJAN 20
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Special Episode 10 - Justin Daerr, Pro Camp 2020

Episode 23 - Dr. Keith Kaufman, MSPE

Episode 23 is a great interview with Dr. Keith Kaufman. He is a codeveloper of Mindful Sport Performance Enhancement. They recently published a book on their protocol for the mental training side of sports enhancement. There is a growing body of research, particularly for endurance sports, on the importance of the brain in peak performance. MSPE is a well researched and studied intervention to begin to train the brain for better performance.

52 MIN2019 DEC 27
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Episode 23 - Dr. Keith Kaufman, MSPE

Episode 22 - Jake Rauchbach, High Performance Mindfulness

Episode 22 features Jake Rauchbach a basketball coach and integrated player development coach who works and consults with Olympic, professional and collegiate athletes. Jake has employed high performance mindfulness with players to achieve quantifiable performance increases on the court. We talk about the opportunities with high performance mindfulness, the obstacles to implementing it with coaches as a consultant and where the future is with these interesting approaches to training the whole athlete.

34 MIN2019 SEP 16
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Episode 22 - Jake Rauchbach, High Performance Mindfulness

Episode 21 - Dr. Sue Jackson, Flow in Sports

Episode 21 is with Dr. Sue Jackson who published in 1999 Flow in Sports. It's a great book that details athletes in flow states. She covers all of the pre-conditions for flow to occur and describes some of the unusual perceptions that athletes have while in flow. If a coach or athlete is looking for untapped potential within their sport this book is a great place to start.

50 MIN2019 AUG 17
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Episode 21 - Dr. Sue Jackson, Flow in Sports

Special Episode 9 - Deena Williams, Portland Bridge Swim

In this special episode we talk with Magnolia Masters team member Deena Williams. She shares her story on her successful race at the 11 mile Portland Bridge Swim. We discuss her training, things that surprised and things that didn't and what it's like to swim 11 miles in Portland without a wetsuit in sub 70 degree water. Deena has been a great athlete to work with and I look forward to helping her with her next big swim goal.

30 MIN2019 AUG 2
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Special Episode 9 - Deena Williams, Portland Bridge Swim

Episode 20 - Brad Cooper, Functional Mental Toughness

Brad Cooper is CEO of a Health and Wellness Company. He is an 11x Ironman Finisher having competed multiple times at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii and at 52 he is completing his PhD on Functional Mental Toughness. In this episode we dive into what is Mental Toughness and is it possible to cultivate and access it at any time. Brad has done a lot of interesting work on this topic and is putting together a program so anyone can increase their mental toughness in a race or in their daily lives.

34 MIN2019 JUL 16
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Episode 20 - Brad Cooper, Functional Mental Toughness

Special Episode 8, Balazs Csoke, Kim Pilcher and Debbie Staton

This is a great episode with some of the athletes who raced Ironman Texas. Balazs is a long time pro triathlete who I have coached in the swim for the last 5 years. He's usually one of the fastest swimmers at an Ironman event. The rougher the water the better. Kim Pilcher is an age group athlete who I have also coached in the swim for 5 years. She came to me after she had missed some swim cuts in Ironman and we have gotten now where she can consistently make cuts and she knows what prevents her from making cuts. Debbie Staton has been on the team for 2 years now and she had a fantastic Ironman Texas swim this year and all of her hard work is paying off. With all the athletes we talk about how they got into triathlon, what motivates them to continue and what they have learned along the way.

60 MIN2019 JUN 10
Comments
Special Episode 8, Balazs Csoke, Kim Pilcher and Debbie Staton

Special Episode 7, Pro Camp

These were some interviews during the Magnolia Masters Pro Camp in January 2019. I've held the camp for the last years and it's always a lot of fun with a lot of athletes making some big gains in their swim. This year I decided to interview a couple of the pros and an age grouper who qualified for Kona. We talk about their careers leading up to this point and their goals in triathlon.

60 MIN2019 MAY 20
Comments
Special Episode 7, Pro Camp

Latest Episodes

Episode 24 - Alex Coates, Overtraining Researcher

Episode 24 is an interesting interview with a Alex Coates who is a former professional triathlete and currently working on her PhD in Exercise Physiology with an emphasis on overtraining in athletes. We discuss some of the long held ideas in endurance training like Super Compensation on how there might be better ways to train. We also talk about some of the early signs of overtraining or really under recovering and what they might be.

60 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Episode 24 - Alex Coates, Overtraining Researcher

Special Episode 11 - Ginger, Lizzie and Alysha, Pro Camp 2020

A couple short, compact interviews with a few of the professional triathletes in attendance at the Magnolia Masters Pro Camp. We talk about their careers, how and why they became a pro and what their goals are going forward.

60 MINJAN 20
Comments
Special Episode 11 - Ginger, Lizzie and Alysha, Pro Camp 2020

Special Episode 10 - Justin Daerr, Pro Camp 2020

A little trip down amnesia lane with long time professional triathlete Justin Daerr. We talk about his career in triathlon and his ideas around training and racing.

86 MINJAN 20
Comments
Special Episode 10 - Justin Daerr, Pro Camp 2020

Episode 23 - Dr. Keith Kaufman, MSPE

Episode 23 is a great interview with Dr. Keith Kaufman. He is a codeveloper of Mindful Sport Performance Enhancement. They recently published a book on their protocol for the mental training side of sports enhancement. There is a growing body of research, particularly for endurance sports, on the importance of the brain in peak performance. MSPE is a well researched and studied intervention to begin to train the brain for better performance.

52 MIN2019 DEC 27
Comments
Episode 23 - Dr. Keith Kaufman, MSPE

Episode 22 - Jake Rauchbach, High Performance Mindfulness

Episode 22 features Jake Rauchbach a basketball coach and integrated player development coach who works and consults with Olympic, professional and collegiate athletes. Jake has employed high performance mindfulness with players to achieve quantifiable performance increases on the court. We talk about the opportunities with high performance mindfulness, the obstacles to implementing it with coaches as a consultant and where the future is with these interesting approaches to training the whole athlete.

34 MIN2019 SEP 16
Comments
Episode 22 - Jake Rauchbach, High Performance Mindfulness

Episode 21 - Dr. Sue Jackson, Flow in Sports

Episode 21 is with Dr. Sue Jackson who published in 1999 Flow in Sports. It's a great book that details athletes in flow states. She covers all of the pre-conditions for flow to occur and describes some of the unusual perceptions that athletes have while in flow. If a coach or athlete is looking for untapped potential within their sport this book is a great place to start.

50 MIN2019 AUG 17
Comments
Episode 21 - Dr. Sue Jackson, Flow in Sports

Special Episode 9 - Deena Williams, Portland Bridge Swim

In this special episode we talk with Magnolia Masters team member Deena Williams. She shares her story on her successful race at the 11 mile Portland Bridge Swim. We discuss her training, things that surprised and things that didn't and what it's like to swim 11 miles in Portland without a wetsuit in sub 70 degree water. Deena has been a great athlete to work with and I look forward to helping her with her next big swim goal.

30 MIN2019 AUG 2
Comments
Special Episode 9 - Deena Williams, Portland Bridge Swim

Episode 20 - Brad Cooper, Functional Mental Toughness

Brad Cooper is CEO of a Health and Wellness Company. He is an 11x Ironman Finisher having competed multiple times at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii and at 52 he is completing his PhD on Functional Mental Toughness. In this episode we dive into what is Mental Toughness and is it possible to cultivate and access it at any time. Brad has done a lot of interesting work on this topic and is putting together a program so anyone can increase their mental toughness in a race or in their daily lives.

34 MIN2019 JUL 16
Comments
Episode 20 - Brad Cooper, Functional Mental Toughness

Special Episode 8, Balazs Csoke, Kim Pilcher and Debbie Staton

This is a great episode with some of the athletes who raced Ironman Texas. Balazs is a long time pro triathlete who I have coached in the swim for the last 5 years. He's usually one of the fastest swimmers at an Ironman event. The rougher the water the better. Kim Pilcher is an age group athlete who I have also coached in the swim for 5 years. She came to me after she had missed some swim cuts in Ironman and we have gotten now where she can consistently make cuts and she knows what prevents her from making cuts. Debbie Staton has been on the team for 2 years now and she had a fantastic Ironman Texas swim this year and all of her hard work is paying off. With all the athletes we talk about how they got into triathlon, what motivates them to continue and what they have learned along the way.

60 MIN2019 JUN 10
Comments
Special Episode 8, Balazs Csoke, Kim Pilcher and Debbie Staton

Special Episode 7, Pro Camp

These were some interviews during the Magnolia Masters Pro Camp in January 2019. I've held the camp for the last years and it's always a lot of fun with a lot of athletes making some big gains in their swim. This year I decided to interview a couple of the pros and an age grouper who qualified for Kona. We talk about their careers leading up to this point and their goals in triathlon.

60 MIN2019 MAY 20
Comments
Special Episode 7, Pro Camp
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