May 2017 Q&A – Muscle Soreness, Sweet Potato, Macro-Nutrients
This week is our Q &A. Thanks for your questions. Feel free to submit more questions for next month at www.consummateAthlete.ca
DOMS while Cycling
Macro-Nutrients for Athletes
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Tracey Stanard, a Sports Psychology Consultant, joins us from New Jersey today. She consults with athletes on their mental ‘game' through her business Aspire Performance.
She was a youth gymnast with intense training schedules before going to college and taking up cycling.
We talk today about How a masters athlete or recreational athlete can use ‘mental skills' or sports psych in their own world. Is it just for elites and Olympians? Or sick people? the power of believing you can do something, confidence, coach-athlete relationships, retirement, re-focus after a setback.
We also go into the power of believing you can do something, confidence, coach-athlete relationships, retirement, re-focus after a setback.
Of course, we are concerned about the infamous ‘Post-Ironman burnout' and how that relates to struggling with retirements. Race-day nerves and how to set better goals and resolutions.
Tracey's specialty is in the social aspects of the sport, the coach-athlete, athlete-athlete, manager to athlete etc.
Sports scientist Steven Seiler joins us today to talk about Polarized Training, or intensity distribution, as well as a related concept he came up around the ‘Hierarchy of Endurance Training Needs'.
We cover some really interesting and practical information that you can take to your own training patterns today. Regardless of your training the idea that we should have focus and a purpose to our intensity and volume should resonate.
KOM, Strava, Fondo, Phil Gaimon, Road Cycling, ProTour, World Tour,
Phil Gaimon Ex-World Tour Professional Cyclist and entrepreneur is our guest today and Molly chats with Phil about being an author, retirement, how to get KOMs and QOM's, Strava hunting and entrepreuership.
Phil is currently Strava hunting in his #worstRetirementEver campaign to win Strava KOMs (fastest ascents of climbs) with his remaining World-Tour Fitness. He also really likes cookies.
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Habits, nutrition, saddle sores, tea tree, learn to run
This week is a Q& A week. Molly and Peter talk about some solutions for Saddle Sores, How to start running without getting injured, favorite books on nutrition, changing habits and nutritional habits and their favorite apps/gadgets.
Van Life, Travel, Women Who Ride, Enduro, Free-ride, bike skills,
Charlotte Batty joins us today. She is a long-time friend who is based out of the same town as Molly and Peter in Ontario, Canada. She took a few months off work and chased the best mountain bike spots in the USA over the 2017 Winter and tells us about her rides and some of her experiences learning to ride better and helping other women learn to ride better.
TSS, Threshold, Training when Sick, Intervals on Hills
March Q & A – thanks for questions !
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Training, Cycling, Busy People, Productivity, HIIT, Threshold, FTP
Jim Rutberg joins us today on the show to talk about the new 3rd edition of The Time Crunched Cyclist that is due out in March 2017. We talk about marketing/business practices for coaches, training tactics for those with limited time and what is new in the book, including strength training and a huge nutrition section.