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#104. Physiotherapist Neil Poulton-Common Cycling Injuries and Treatment

From South Wales UK we welcome private practice Physiotherapist Neil Poulton. Neil earned BSc (Hons) degrees in both Sports Science and Physiotherapy from Coventry University. Neil has a great blog you can find at http://www.physioblogger.com/ where Neil has a great deal of information across all sports, including cycling. Welcome Neil Poulton!

Connect with Neil on twitter @Physi0blogger ?

Get in touch with me @markflorence11 or by email at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com

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#102. Coach Lynda Wallenfels-Practical Weight Loss for Cyclists

We welcome Mountain Bike coach Lynda Wallenfels.  Lynda has been coaching endurance athletes for 20 years and she is a certified USA Cycling Level l coach. She and Dave Harris operate LW Coaching (lwcoaching.com). Welcome Lynda Wallenfels!

You can find the article Lynda wrote here:

https://www.trainingpeaks.com/blog/your-14-step-guide-to-weight-loss-during-base-training/

 

 


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#101. Rob Barrett-Float Aero-Assisted Self Testing Update

I am happy welcome back Robert (Rob) Barrett. Rob has a business called Float Aero that might be very useful to those of us with limited access to conventional aero-testing methods. You can find out more at http://www.floataero.com/. Listeners may have heard Rob’s first appearance in episode #85. I thought it would be good to have him back and see what he is testing and get some good practical tips.

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#100. Time Trial Essential Series #1. Pacing

In “celebration” of 100 episodes, we are launching part one of the Time Trial Essential Series. These shows will pull knowledge learned from many different guests on any given topic. It eases the stress of getting guests coordinated and hopefully adds some value to the run of the show. Please let me know your thoughts on this idea at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @markflorence11 on twitter.

Thanks to all who have listened and a special thanks to those who have taken the time to share your knowledge as guests. You have all done your part to make many of us a little faster by agreeing to be interviewed and it is much appreciated.


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#99. Coach Joe Beer-Time Trials and Triathlons

We welcome Coach Joe Beer. Joe is in Devon, UK and has 25 years of coaching experience with  both time trials and triathlon. Joe is the author of  three books and hosts a regular multisport podcast, jbst.com. You can learn more by visiting his website, http://www.coachjoebeer.com/. Welcome back Coach Joe Beer!

We had a very positive reaction to Joe’s first appearance when we chatted about the white paper on the jbst.com website which talked about Smarter Training and the importance of keeping the majority of your training rides at an “easy” level. You can check out episode #92 for more information on that. I like to take ideas from listeners and one suggestion that been requested and in fact re-requested is to chat about the relationship between triathlon and time trialists. I want to especially thank James Thomas for his most recent TT-tri podcast suggestion. After Joe’s first appearance I could not think of a better person to chat about this. Joe of course is a multi sport coach and in fact has himself completed five Ironman distance events.

Follow Coach Joe on twitter @coachjoebeer

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @markflorence11 on twitter.

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#97. Coach Tim Ramsden-Training Zones Part 2

We welcome back Coach Tim Ramsden. Tim is an Association of British Cycling L3 Cycling coach and owner of blackcatcyclecoaching.com. Tim has joined us numerous times for shows on cadence,  time trials for newcomers and Sweet Spot Training.   

Today is part two of shows where we look at all of the identified training zones. Be sure to check out part 1 where we talked about Active Recovery, Endurance and Tempo. Today we focus on the last three of Threshold, VO2 Max and Anaerobic Capacity. Welcome back Tim!

Contact info blackcatcyclecoaching.com. Follow Tim on twitter, @timblackcatcc.

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @markflorence11 on twitter.

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#96. Coach Tim Ramsden-Training Zones Part 1

We welcome back Coach Tim Ramsden. Tim is an Association of British Cycling L3 Cycling coach and owner of blackcatcyclecoaching.com. Tim has joined us numerous times for shows on cadence,  time trials for newcomers and Sweet Spot Training.   

Today is part one of two shows where we look at all of the identified training zones. Part 1 includes Active Recovery, Endurance and Tempo. I should mention also that on the Sweet Spot show that we did a while back, Tim did a great job of going through the history of the whole training zone process. Welcome back Tim!

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @marklorence11

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#95. Tim Mulrooney of HED Cycling. Fast aero wheels and tires to match.

Today on the Cycling Time Trial Podcast, we welcome back Tim Mulrooney. Tim is still one the most requested guests and he is nice enough to join us from time to time to share his knowledge. Tim works at HED cycling in beautiful Roseville, MN, USA. Follow Tim on twitter @HED_timmer.  Welcome back Tim Mulrooney.

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com or @markflorence11 on twitter.

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#94. Tom Anhalt is back, fast and aero tire/wheel combinations

From Goleta, California we welcome back Tom Anhalt. Tom is a Mechanical Engineer, designing endoscopic video devices and his hobby is testing rolling resistance of bike tires and computing the aerodynamic implications of tire and wheel choice. You can find Tom’s excellent blog at http://bikeblather.blogspot.com/, and follow Tom on Twitter @tanhalt.

You can find Tom’s first appearance on show #71. 

Contact me at cyclingtimetrialpodcast@gmail.com

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#93. The Haywire Heart-Chris Case and Lennard Zinn

Chris Case is the Managing Editor of VeloNews Magazine. Chris wrote an article in the August 2015 issue of VeloNews entitled “Cycling To Extremes”.

A major part of that article was the contribution from Lennard Zinn, a former member of the US National Cycling team, long time author, manufacturer, technical expert and long term endurance athlete.

The article has turned into a new book called “The Haywire Heart”. Chris and Lennard joined us for a couple of podcasts based on the article and I would direct you to check out podcast episodes #69 and #70, as it will serve as good background for today’s show. Welcome Chris Case and Lennard Zinn.

You can find the book at https://www.velopress.com/haywire. It is available at Amazon, other online book retailers, and many bike, run, and tri shops.

Thanks very much for joining us!

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