Engineering genius Josh Poertner has an in-depth discussion on tires and tire pressure. Be sure to listen to part 2 of this episode to hear Josh discuss tubeless tires.
2015 Gravel World Champion Neil Shirley discusses everything new gravel riders need to get started and helps experienced riders go faster. If you like gravel, this episode if for you.
Thermoregulation expert Dr. Douglas Casa discusses everything you need to know about training and racing in hot and cold weather. Dr. Casa also discusses how to stay safe in extreme conditions and what to do if trouble strikes.
Dr. Robert Chapman is an altitude expert from USA track and field. During this episode, we discuss altitude training camps, how to race at elevation, and much more.
Jim Manton has been named one of the best bike fitters in the world and has more than 12,000 bike fits under his belt. Jim is also an aerodynamics expert and uses the track aero system by Alphamantis to optimize athlete’s fit on the velodrome. During this episode, we discuss how bike fit, track testing, and intelligent component selection can help you become a faster cyclist.
OBGYN Dr. Byun discusses everything women and their partners need to know about training for endurance sports before, during, and after pregnancy. Dr. Byun is also a triathlete and uses her endurance sports experience to give listeners advice on keeping themselves and their babies healthy. Following the advice in this episode can help endurance sports moms have a healthy return to sport and attain pre-pregnancy levels of fitness. It will also give endurance sports fathers some tips on how to best support their partners.
Jimmy Seear from Ventum, and top age groupers Emmet Kelly and Rachael Norfleet give their best advice on how to qualify for the Ironman World Championships in Kona. Listen to this episode if racing on the Big Island is on your bucket list.
Nate Pearson, the owner of TrainerRoad, talks about his day racing the Leadville 100 MTB. Nate defines himself as someone who is not a natural endurance athlete. During this episode, Nate discusses all of the steps he took to break the 9-hour barrier at Leadville to take home the coveted Big-Belt-Buckle. Use the advice in this episode to go faster at your next ultra-endurance event. Listening to this episode can save you 45 watts.
Dr. Seiler from the University of Agder in Norway explains the specifics of polarized training. Dr. Seiler has been studying the polarized method for more than 20 years and is considered one of the topics leading experts. Following the advice in this episode can save you 15 watts.
Ryan Cooper from Best Bike Split is a math wizard who uses his algorithms to help Pro-Tour cycling teams get faster. In this episode Ryan explains how you can make better decisions when it comes to bike fit, pacing, and gear selection. Following the advice in this episode can save you 60 watts.
Movement expert Max Jones discusses how optimizing your movement patterns can make you faster. Listening to the advice in this episode could add 10-15 watts to your FTP.
Dr. Jessica Knurick discusses how learning about your genetics with RunDNA can make you faster. Following the advice in this episode can save you 23 watts.
Dr. Simon Marshall and pro triathlete Lesley Paterson discuss their new book and how a healthy mindset can make you faster. Following the advice in this episode can save you 45-60 watts.
Nutrition expert Dr. Stacy Sim dishes out nutrition advice for cyclists based on her experience working with pro tour cycling teams. By following the advice in this podcast you can add 80 watts to your FTP.
Sweat and nutrition expert Darryl Griffiths discusses how studying your sweat can make you faster and solve nutrition problems. By following the advice in this podcast you can add 30-90 watts to your FTP.
Sleep expert Dr. Winter discuss how to improve athletic performance with sleep, helps to bust common sleep myths, explains how to improve your sleep, and much more. By following the advice in this podcast you can add 15-75 watts to your FTP.
Restwise founders Jeff Hunt and Matthew Weatherly-White discuss overtraining, the importance of proper recovery, and using Restwise to become a faster cyclist. By following the advice in this podcast you can add 30 watts to your FTP.
UNLV Professors Tedd Girouard and Dr. John Mercer discuss how you can use blood lactate testing, V02 Max, and other technology to become a faster cyclist. By following the advice in this podcast you can add 15-45 watts to your FTP.
Dr. Dane DeLozier and Dr. Matthew Smith discuss how physical therapy, injury prevention, and bike fit with surface EMG can help you become a faster cyclist. By following the advice in this episode you could add 10-12 watts to your FTP.
Coach Mike Schultz discusses how personal coaching and strength training can help you become a faster cyclist. By following the advice in this episode you could add 7-10 watts to your FTP.
Coach Jonathan Lee talks about how you can use the TrainerRoad app to become a faster cyclist. By following the advice in this episode, you could add 10-50 watts to your FTP.