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A Triathlon and Cycling podcast dedicated to help improve you as an athlete. If you're a triathlete competing in Ironman, Ironman 70.3 or Olympic triathlon this is for you. Hosted by expert Triathlon coach and Australian Ironman Champion Gerard Donnelly, listen in to help you Train Smarter to Race Faster
 
Lifestyle show for those on the run. Host Casey Arbenz is a husband, father, trial-lawyer, entrepreneur and Ironman triathlete.
 
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In today’s episode, we’re going to look at 5 out of the box ways you can become a better athlete. What’s something you could do that others aren’t doing to gain a competitive advantage? What’s something that will give you a good bang for your buck? Key points of the episode: The secret ingredient to progress is p….. How can you spend time on your s…
 
In this episode, host Casey Arbenz discusses his experiences racing in the Ironman World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.저자 trilawyerpodcast
 
Lots to discuss on the podcast today, we’re looking at overtraining and the paradox of training hard, illness or injury management, strava and social media pressure in the scene and some more stories to tell. Here are the key takeaway points of the episode: Why Gerard loves his job so much Why Strava can be poisonous for athletes Being able to acce…
 
I love all things triathlon and good triathlon content is hard to find. In this episode I discuss my favorite triathlon podcasts.저자 trilawyerpodcast
 
Qualifying for the Ironman World Championship: balancing life, family and work while still accomplishing athletic goals and remaining full of gratitude.저자 trilawyerpodcast
 
Making mistakes is key to learning, you cannot expect to grow without making a few mistakes, and as we always say on the podcast, you learn more from your failures than your successes. However, there are some beginner mistakes that you don’t need to make! And we want to help you avoid them. These aren’t just beginner mistakes, you might find you’re…
 
With the triathlon season coming to an end, it’s now time to think about how you should train in your offseason. What should you focus on? How can you make the most of it? How do you make sure you can be at your best when racing starts back up? Most people like to take a bit of a break, a bit of a mental reset and freshener, however too many athlet…
 
Every race brings with it a bunch of great learnings and lessons, whether you performed well or not, there’s always something to learn. After Geelong 70.3 last week, we’ve decided to break down 7 crucial lessons we learnt from the race. Key points from the episode: The importance of loving the process The value of placebos vs the detriment of super…
 
After much uncertainty and a change of date, the Geelong 70.3 finally went ahead. Because we were so excited that a race didn’t get cancelled, today we’re getting in a race mindset and talking about how to prepare for your upcoming race. Whether it’s your first race or it’s your 10th, there are things you need to know or be reminded of in order to …
 
We all have those days where the thought of training seems daunting. You’re tired, flat, unmotivated and getting a training session done seems a distant dream. In today’s episode we’re going to talk about how to train when you just don’t feel like it, some tactics to help and a little known motivational secret that most people are missing. But befo…
 
Stef started in triathlon as an age group triathlete, and like most civilians who dare step across the start line of a swim, bike, run event, she too was instantly addicted. A chance meeting with an editor of one of the triathlon magazines resulted in an offer to add her expertise as a personal trainer/coach to the pages of the publication During h…
 
This week we got to sit down with one of Australia’s greatest runners, Steve Moneghetti. He is a 4x Olympian with a best place of 5th, a gold, silver and 2x bronze medalist at the commonwealth games, a best place of 3rd at the marathon world championships, a marathon PB of 2:08:16 and his iconic City2Surf course record still stands 29 years later! …
 
Every week Gerard has many conversations with his athletes, and in these conversations are gold nuggets of information you could apply to your training. The art of coaching is how to apply training and racing knowledge and information to real world problems and examples. So this week on the podcast, we are looking at some of the best recent questio…
 
Dave McKenzie is a former pro cyclist, a coach, a cycling commentator on SBS, he runs cycling tours across europe and is a true aussie legend in the sport of cycling. We sat down with the man who is usually the one asking the questions to get an insight into his career as a pro, his career behind the scenes with SBS and his insight into the cycling…
 
Once again we had Dr Harrison Weisinger join us on the podcast to talk all things nutrition and performance! This is one of our favourite topics and this episode did not disappoint. Key points of the episode: How to stop being a slave to your appetite What to eat pre, during and post session Should you do an endurance session fasted? The controvers…
 
“Throw everything I’ve taught you out the window”, this was the advice Gerard gave his athletes at last week's Time Trial. Why? We discuss his reasoning in this week's episode. Because after a very successful Time Trialing campaign at the Road Masters nationals, we want to dissect the art of Time Trialing, and why we believe it is our specialty her…
 
A man with a Vo2 Max on par with the likes of the world’s best cyclists, and touted as Australia’s next Cadel Evans, why did Will Walker retire from the sport so early? With an incredible start to his professional cycling career, and results as a 18-23 year old that looked like he was going to become one of the world’s best cyclists, Will Walker ab…
 
Today we’re talking about running workouts, and which workouts are going to improve your speed. But also, how important is speed really in a triathlon? How much speed work can you actually afford as a triathlete? How much should you be doing? There are some key differences for triathletes that you need to be aware of when thinking about speed. Key …
 
Today we’re talking about bike training techniques that will make you ride faster. The key things you need to be doing in training to help you go faster out on the road. It’s safe to say we are data obsessed here at TriVelo, we love power and FTP. HOWEVER, the reason we love it is so we can use it to go FASTER on our bike. So today we’re going to b…
 
Cameron was at rock bottom. He was drinking his life away and at a very low point. Then one day he decided to enter a 160km mountain bike race… From that day on he used cycling to turn his life around. Here’s the story of how he lost over 30kg’s, how cycling saved him and how he improved every area of his life because of it, including his business.…
 
Welcome back to a brand New Year. At the end of last year we spoke about the biggest lessons we learnt, if you haven’t listened to that podcast go back and listen. Today, we’re discussing our rules for 2021, how we want our athletes to be approaching 2021 and what you can do to make it a more successful year. Inside the 6 rules, we talk about: Why …
 
Every year at Christmas time, we take an episode to reflect on everything we’ve learned this year, the good, the bad and the ugly. It’s always one of our favourite episodes to record because it forces us to think back and reflect on everything that’s happened, and we get so much value from these lessons. And we hope you do too. TriVelo’s 12 Biggest…
 
In today’s episode we’re talking about the upcoming holiday season, known as the ‘silly season’ for some, and how to best approach it to get the most out of your training. For some athletes, they’ll come out the other side of Christmas and New Year ahead, with a flying start into 2021. For others, they will come out further behind. What we covered:…
 
Je me pose la question, qu’en pensez-vous ? Pour le moment, je vous propose de remettre ici quelques unes de mes vidéos quotidiennes ! Natation gelée avant d’enchaîner – Semper tibi confide #1training1video #SalutLesSportifs #Spodcaster #km42 #HamstersRunningClub Plus facile que la semaine dernière, il faut dire que le temps était plus au beau fixe…
 
When swimmers and triathletes want to get faster in the water it’s not often a matter of training harder. Fitness can only take a person so far in swimming. The most effective way to increase speed and endurance is by improving your technique. Brenton Ford, former National Swimmer and elite Swimming Coach, Winner of Australian National Masters Swim…
 
On today's episode we got to speak to Australia's current number 1 ranked Triathlete Natalie Van Coevorden. Natalie comes from a swimming background, has competed now at seven world championships for Australia from junior to elite. She trains and competes both domestically and internationally, mostly on the WTS (World Triathlon Series) circuit wher…
 
On last weeks podcast we discussed 3 workouts you absolutely must include in your training week. In this episode, we’re looking at 3 common training sessions that most athletes are doing, which you absolutely should NOT be doing. In other words, 3 workouts you should be avoiding like the plague. We discuss them in detail in this episode. And as alw…
 
There are a wide range of sessions you could do, but in this episode we ask the question, what are the must do’s? What are the training sessions you cannot miss? From a coaching perspective, all training sessions are created equal, and in an ideal world we don't miss any sessions. But if we had to pick, which ones are really the most valuable sessi…
 
Cramping. If you're an athlete that cramps regularly, that word will send shivers down your spine. The violent, random, sharp muscle spasm that is cramp is one of the worst things to experience in an endurance event. So what can we do about it? The solutions to cramping range from old wives tales to contradictory scientific research. So we invited …
 
Over the last few weeks we've had some great questions from our TriVelo athletes about their training and racing. So in today's episode we decided to answer those questions and share some of the great conversations we've been having. Today's topics included: Celebrating Australia Day at the Giro Did our INEOS prediction come true? The state of cycl…
 
Dane is an elite marathon runner, a physiotherapist and a man who loves running so much he started his own running blog and podcast, just so he could talk more about running! His impressive palmares include: A Marathon PB of 2:22:40 Winner of 2019 Adelaide Marathon and 2018 Hobart Marathon A Half-Marathon PB of 1:07:49 We got to ask Dane all about …
 
It's been a while, but more and more of us are looking to 2021 with genuine races on the calendar again. So which race should we pick? Should we go for an IM? A 70.3? The biggest Gran Fondo? In this episode Gerard breaks down the factors his athletes MUST consider when selecting a race. If you don't do these things, you risk having a horrible race …
 
On this week's episode, we interviewed special guest Brodie Sharpe. Brodie is a qualified physiotherapist and host of 'The Run Smarter Podcast'. Running Smarter to Brodie is about giving evidence-based advice to runners and breaking down common running misconceptions and myths that aren't serving them. This episode is so important for athletes to l…
 
Are your expectations of yourself realistic? Do you expect faster results than you're currently getting? Is this a problem with your coach, your program or you? In this episode we talk about understanding where you are on your own journey, and how to know what to REALISTICALLY expect from yourself, whether you're a beginner, intermediate or advance…
 
We're all guilty of trying to train like professionals and attempting to stick to a training schedule like a pro... But the reality is, we're amateur athletes, we're age groupers, we can't afford to train like pros. BUT, we all want the same thing, to improve. And we can often beat ourselves up for not training as well as we'd like. Too often the "…
 
Wow! What a finale to one of the greatest Tour De France races of all time. There is so much to cover in this weeks episode, and as always, so much for us to learn! Whether you're a cyclist or triathlete, the final Time Trial of the Tour de France was a stage to remember AND pay attention to. Here's what we covered: What was the biggest mistake of …
 
There is so much still to learn from The Tour, that we're unpacking the entire second week: Being "Race Ready"; you should be ready to race at a moment's notice and know how to get yourself in race form in a short period! The best and worst tactics of the week Mastering the art of racing How to make sure you're a part of the "winning" move Which te…
 
We can't help it, the Tour is on and it's all we want to talk about. If you're a cyclist or triathlete, there is so much to learn watching this race, we unpack everything that's happened in the first week of the tour and what you can learn, including: Breaking down the best and worst race tactics How to prevent poor race performances Why losing is …
 
How do you win more races? You need to have the best tactics! That is the topic of today's episode. PLUS, The Tour de France has started and we are so excited to talk about it. In this episode we cover: How to outsmart your competition The first few stages of the Tour! The correct/incorrect tactics we've already seen unfold How easy is it to injure…
 
Over the last month we recorded more than 60 PB's in our athlete power results... So how have we done it? The answer is in this podcast episode: INDOOR VS OUTDOOR TRAINING This episode also includes: Reviewing one of the best cycling stages we've seen for years Am I an indoor or outdoor rider? What's harder, Alpe d'Huez on zwift or in real life? Mo…
 
How do you properly peak for your race? How do you make sure you're in the best form possible for your biggest race? How do you hold form? How long can you actually hold form for? FORM can be complicated, but it can also be simple. In this episode, we explore form, including: The mistakes most athletes are making when trying to peak Why it's not ju…
 
Everyone wants to go faster on the bike, So how do we do it? In this episode we discuss 7 of the top ways to improve your average speed, including: Why training in a bunch could actually be making you slower How do you compare your speed across different conditions? Why focusing on your speed can actually decrease your performance What's a better m…
 
So you want to finish your BEST Half-Ironman 70.3... Or maybe your first... How much do you need to train? How long do you spend on the swim, ride or run? We answer all of these questions in this episode, PLUS: Why even if swimming is your weakest sport you STILL shouldn't spend more time on it Why age groupers need to stop trying to train like PRO…
 
Who's responsible for success, is it the coach? Or the athlete? In this episode we dive into this question, how this responsibility is shared, and the expectations of each person in the coach/athlete team. Because when the coach or athlete get this wrong, it is detrimental. And specifically how Gerard found this out first hand when he made the bigg…
 
How do you know what's a realistic vs unrealistic goal for you? Have you ever set a goal and thought... is this achievable for me? Am I dreaming thinking I can do this? In this episode we talk about the concept of "knowing your limits", how to set goals that inspire you but aren't outside your capabilities. And most importantly, what are you willin…
 
What is the one thing that will supercharge your improvement above anything else? Hint: It's a lot simpler than you think. And before you roll your eyes, this ONE thing is probably the factor most responsible for all of our athlete success! In this episode we also cover: How this one thing led Gerard to a 4th Masters National title in 2019 What too…
 
Is your pain threshold high enough to run on broken legs? What's your limit on how far you're willing to push your body? In this episode we talk about respecting your event enough to be well prepared for it, and if not, what are the consequences you will suffer. For most triathletes, suffering is the choice made when entering the sport. We relish i…
 
With the crazy amount of triathlon equipment available, what's going to give you the best reward for your money? The answer to this question lies in your mindset around your goal... Most people are looking for the "cheapest" value upgrades or the best bargains. We don't. But, we don't look for the most expensive either. Instead, we ask the question…
 
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