Elite coach (Mark Livesey) and Multiple Ironman AG Champion (sub 9hrs) chatting about all things Triathlon with some of the greatest people in the sport.
Tim Heming and Daniel Plews
2:27:24Tim discusses his time on the ground at the sub7/8 attempt in Germany. Mark also catches up with Daniel Plews in todays interview. A great discussion about all things triathlon, including what it takes to win Kona and why he thinks amateur triathletes do so well in the professional game once they've stepped up.
World Champ review and men's pelvic health
2:20:19Mark catches up with Tim Heming to discuss all the race results and of course the World Champs in St George. Also a bonus interview with Gerrard Greene who is a pelvic health specialist. Gerrard discusses in detail some of the lesser know injuries some male cyclists and triathletes may be experiencing.Xtri experience camp link here https://www.xtri-xperience.com/Go fund me Nepal school children link here https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-fund-education-for-two-children-in-nepalDaniel Plus link here https://www.endureiq.com/blog/carbohydrate-nutrition-an-update-on-hydrogels-in-race-carbohydrate-dosing
Catch up with Tim Heming and Altitude training
2:24:47Mark and Tim catch up with some of the latest triathlon news, races, and some St George predictions in May. Mark also chats to James Barber from the Altitude Centre to discuss in detail the benefits of using altitude training devices to improve your performance. Altitude Centre details here https://www.altitudecentre.com/rentals/sleep-systems/
LEGEND - Mike Trees
1:09:19Mike Trees has been in and around triathlon for over 35yrs now and he's still at it. Mike has a massive Instagram (run.nrg) following, this is due in part to his vast experience in endurance sports and racing. Mike provides a multitude of tips and training methods to help all his followers (223.000). Not only that after a few years of trying Mike is off the Kona to try and win his AG on the big Island.
1:19:46Alex Hutchinson is well known science journalist, but he can also run a bit! Mark chats with Alex about periodisation training and wether or not this is the gold standard for endurance athletes to use. Alex discusses the pro and cons to this specific training model and the other models we could use. Link to Outsider article here - https://www.outsideonline.com/health/training-performance/polarized-training-debate/Alex is also the author of the book Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance - link here https://www.amazon.com/Endure-Curiously-Elastic-Limits-Performance/dp/006249998X/Mumbles Centurion link here https://www.mumblescenturion.comXtri Experience link here https://www.xtri-xperience.com/Become a patron of the show here https://www.patreon.com/join/1401747/signup?ru=undefined
Tim Hemming, then me & Nathan with elite coach Elliot Bassett
2:23:22A great show today catching up on the latest news with Tim Hemming. Then Nathan and Mark chat to Elite and AG coach Elliot Bassett about some of the best training methods. No hack, short cuts or buying performances - just sound coaching and training principles.
Olympic Silver Medalist - Morgan Pearson
1:24:22Olympic Silver medalist (Triathlon mixed relay) Morgan Pearson joins Mark and guest host Nathan Ford. The guys discuss Morgan's recent 61.40 half Marathon. Also his disappointing individual Olympic result and how he came good to grab a Silver just a few days later in the mixed relay.