The Endurance Experience Podcast

The Endurance Experience Podcast

Join Tony Rich, Level II USAT certified coach, certified sports nutritionist, certified master swim coach, Level II TrainingPeaks Certified coach, Guinness World Record holder and finisher of over 100 long course events. Together with guests they'll discuss the science of self-propelled motion and also explore some of the most important topics within the intersection of endurance sports training, health, fitness, society and life current events.... Show More

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September 2, 2020 69 min
A conversation with Dr. Corey, Hebert, M.D., the "Doctor of the People." The first black chief resident in the history of Tulane.

We have a conversation about COVID-19 science denial and medical skepticism. We talk about vaccination and herd immunity. We discuss health inequities (often called disparities), the 5 social determinants of health (genetics, behavior, environmental and physical influences, medical care and social...
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A conversation with Rocky Harris. He is the Chief Executive Officer of USA Triathlon. We discuss USAT’s Safe Return to Multisport initiative and what athletes and race directors can expect and what it may mean for coaches and spectators.
We discuss the events surrounding George Floyd, why USAT came out with their statement condemning racism and USAT’s diversity inclusion efforts. We get Rocky’s perspective on the exchanges about soc...
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A conversation with Meb Keflezighi. In addition to his 4 Olympic appearances and an Olympic silver medal, he’s won both the NYC Marathon and the Boston Marathon the year after the bombings, the first American to do so in decades. He boasts the most sub 2:10 finishes of any American professional marathoner.

We talk about his origin story, and his latest book 26 Marathons. We discuss footwear technology and whether or not it is giving...
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Taking a look back at clips from 5 of the most downloaded episodes in season 2 with updated commentary.

3:50: Hunter Allen – Maximizing Cycling Training with a Power Meter | @peakscoaching | Full
Podcast https://apple.co/3dEwkTW

18:05: Britt Marie Hermes – Blowing the Whistle on Alternative Medicine | @naturodiaries | Full Podcast https://apple.co/2zZ9tna

34:35: Dr. Margo Mountjoy, MD, PhD - Beyond The Female Athlete Triad (...
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In this episode, a conversation with Becca Pizzi. She is a 2x World Marathon Challenge champion which is a race that entails running 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days. As a wife and mother, she became the first American woman to complete the event and she was able to achieve a Guinness World Record time. We talk about her new book Becca's Feat on Feet. It is an inspirational children's book based upon her experience pus...
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In this episode, a conversation with Dr. Nadia N. Abuelezam, Sc.D, an epidemiologist and assistant professor at Boston College. She has a broad research agenda including inequities in health outcomes and healthcare access in resource poor settings and vulnerable populations. We discuss the latest details around the coronavirus pandemic and the latest guidance around mitigating transmission. We talk about what we know and what we do...
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In this episode, a conversation with a Bryan Weinstein, PhD. An endurance enthusiast with a PhD in physics from Harvard University. We have a conversation about "energy" and how the term is systematically misused and misunderstood in sport, nutrition, health & wellness, and other fitness circles. We talk about the true meaning and understanding of energy in the context of the 1st and 2nd law of thermodynamics and its ap...
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In this episode, a conversation with former professional triathlete and Level II USAT Certified Coach Sara McLarty. She's a founder of Swim Like a Pro in Clermont Florida. We discuss her life as a professional triathlete and she gives her advice to those seeking the profession. We discuss all aspects of freestyle swimming for triathlon and particularly what those triathletes can do that see plateaus. We talk about what she and ...
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In this episode of The Endurance Experience Podcast I speak with Dr. Margo Mountjoy, M.D., PhD. Dr. Mountjoy is a member of the International Olympic Committee Medical Commission Games Group. Their work went into the updated IOC Consensus statement that broadened the explanation of the Female Athlete Triad into what we know now to be RED-S and the performance and health implications for athletes. We have a discussion about the fall...
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In this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast, a conversation with Britt Marie Hermes. A former Naturopathic Doctor turned PhD candidate. Tony has a conversation with Britt about her story and the series of events that led her to her realizations that where instrumental in severing ties with Naturopathy. They talk about some of the therapies that are conventionally sought out by athletes and fitness enthusiasts. They also tal...
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In 1991 Dr. Joyner published a paper titled Optimal Marathon Performance on the basis of Physiological Factors. The model which considered factors such as oxygen uptake, lactate threshold and running economy predicted that with the right athlete and optimal conditions theoretically a marathon of 1:57:58 was possible. But are we getting faster, getting smarter or both. Now 28 years since his paper, this is the focus of the conversa...
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In this podcast I have a conversation with @hunterpeaks Hunter Allen on the science behind cycling training and racing with a power meter. He's the head of Peaks Coaching, the co-founder of Trainingpeaks/WKO and Co-author of the book Training and Racing with a Power Meter.

About Hunter Allen
http://www.peakscoachinggroup.com/HunterAllen

Training & Racing with a Power Meter
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About TSS
http://home.trainin...
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Taking a look back at clips from 5 of the best podcast episodes with new commentary.

3:43: Dr. Maria de Boef Miara, PhD - Unpacking the science. DSD/Trans athletes, inclusivity/fairness in sport.

18:20: Dr. Stephan Guyenet, PhD - Obesity, overeating and the hungry brain.

29:42: Katherine Switzer - Reliving Katherine's 1967 run in the Boston Marathon

42:30: Dr. Jill Harris, PhD and Dr. Nola Agha, PhD - The Wage Gap in Professional ...
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This episode's guest is Dr. Lauren Costantini, PhD @lc_costantini. She is a subject matter expert in wearable technology for sports, health and general fitness. A passionate advocate of women in tech, she's lead tech start-ups, and helped developed innovative technology for women. She is also a former professional mountain biker and CycloCross athlete.

About Lauren Costantini, PhD
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lccconsulting...
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In this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast I speak with Dr. Caleb Johnson, PhD. Dr. Johnson is a part of a distinguished research team at the Spaulding National Running Center. I have a conversation with Dr. Johnson on the research behind the prevention and cause of musculoskeletal injury from running. I also get Dr. Johnson’s take on the empirical evidence for the litany of treatments and approaches that are commonly mark...
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In this episode ofThe Endurance Experience Podcast I speak with Professor Asker Jeukendrup, PhD @Jeukendrup on nutrition, pre-race nutrition and race nutrition for endurance athletes. Professor Jeukendrup has advised current and former world record holders such as Haile Gebrselassie, and Chrissie Wellington. He's also previously headed up the Gatorade sports and science institute was the academic Director of the Human Perfo...
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In this episode we discuss the topic of equal pay in sports. A topic that’s been placed back into the spotlight by the women's national soccer team with their win in the 2019 World Cup. My guests will be two economists, Dr. Jill Harris, PhD @jillharris and Dr. Nola Agha, PhD @nolaagha who are two world renown economists with broad research agendas in sports economics.

About Nola Agha, PhD
https://www.usfca.edu/faculty/nol...
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A discussion with Katherine Switzer about her world changing moment in 1967 during a time when it was thought that women couldn't run long distances, Katherine became the first woman to register for, run and finish the Boston Marathon which sparked a women's running revolution. We'll discuss her life which is chronicled in her book Marathon Woman (Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's Sports) which is being made...
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The guest on this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast is evolutionary biologist Daniel Lieberman, PhD. He was on Stephen Colbert's Colbert Report twice! He is the chair of the Department of Evolutionary Biology at Harvard. We discuss his book The Story of the Human Body and we dive into the evolution of bipedelism, the evolution of running, and the evolutionary adaptations that lead to running. We take on other running ...
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The guest on this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast is the neuroscientist Dr. Stephan Guyenet, PhD. We unpack the science of obesity and frame the epidemic in historical terms, discuss energy balance and the impact of genes on adiposity. We review the evidence of the health risks of obesity and the impact the brain has on behavior.
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