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#325 - 6 Steps To Plan Your 2020 Triathlon Season Like A Business

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Release Date: 11/28/2019

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Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

We are by no means experts, but today we take an open look at the never ending debate over weight loss and proper race weight. Everything is on the table including body image, guilt, shame, binge eating, and strength vs. optimum weight. Triathlon is often a road to weight loss, but changing a lifestyle comes with a lot of stress and cutting calories is a slippery slope. We talk about finding your race weight and when to be at it. So many diets, so many choices, but what works best for you?

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Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

We start with a little podcast reflection about what this community means to us, then head into managing training amongst the chaos of life. We talk about the things like the source of anxiety, how to race "free," and why training means nothing if you don't have a handle on your life. Robbie talks about his biggest role as a coach, Mike hits on longevity and easing the fear after his father's death. 

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Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

There's not much like the mind games you play with yourself at the end of a race. We call it "internal bargaining." Whether it a half or full Ironman or Marathon, it usually comes back to effort and execution. Today we look at how that breaks out within a marathon and the strategies you can use to talk yourself through the pain while keeping your pace.

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Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

It's tough keeping indoor trainer rides and treadmill runs interesting, but today was look at simple methods that not only keep you engaged, but give you really solid workouts. Plus, Robbie checks in from his first day at the Dopey Challenge with a strategy plan for the rest of his weekend. Also, hot tea and energy, pitfalls of virtual training, execution based goals and long-term body balance. 

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Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

To be a good runner, you have build in a way that makes sense. In Part 2 of our How To Not Suck at Running (part one is episode #317) Coach Robbie talks about how to work in tempo and negative split mentality in a way that tests adaptation, but doesn't beat you down when adding more swim and bike volume. In triathlon, you "get faster" by being able to exert more energy late in the run. As we've said a million times, it's not about going faster as much as it is, who slows down the least. 

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Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Most times the best response to fear, pain, and suffering is to simply Lean Into It. Life throws a lot of curveballs overthinking can be a curse. Today, Mike talks about a difficult start to his new year and how he's been reminded the best solution is often just accepting and sitting at peace in the moment. The guys talk about how that applies directly to training and racing. 

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Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Coach Robbie and Mike get into athlete mode and discuss some of the biggest things they learned in 2019. Where they found inspiration, what mistakes they made on the course, and some of the smartest things they did while racing and training. Listening to your life situation and being okay with that. Making your strength an advantage on the course. What makes you tick? How do you focus on that and use it to your benefit. Lots of good thought to help you prepare for your best 2020.

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Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Most of us think of quality sessions as our “long run” or tough intervals on the trainer. We’re here to tell you that way of thinking is a myth. Just because something is harder doesn’t make it more important. Today we look at the concept of quality training and what that means for a short run, a recovery swim or an easy spin on the trainer. Become more in tune with each workout by adjusting the mindset of your training.

#332 - 5 Steps to Simplify Triathlon show art #332 - 5 Steps to Simplify Triathlon

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Whether we're just getting started or a veteran to the sport, we have to look at what's right for OUR journey at this time. Today we outline a strategy for your 2020 season and how to stay on track for what's best for YOU. The steps start around the 20 minute mark, but we talk about running and some other stuff before. Enjoy and have a great holiday!

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This podcast talks about the process and how to stop talking yourself out of success and progress. We talk about the proper way to build your endurance in a lasting way. Also, early season races and what you should be working on now. And we introduce the new website, its purpose and why it represents a new chapter in many ways. We also introduce a new coaching program that’s targeted to self-coached athletes. A custom plan that’s laid out for your season based on your current fitness, experience and goa

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Ready to plan your 2020 Triathlon Season in a concrete, proven way for success? Today, we lay out a systems that keeps you honest and focused while going after your hopes and dreams. We look at important variables when you're picking races, the best people to help you make honest choices, and how your ego gets in the way of success.

  • Triathlon Thanksgiving Dinner Conversation
  • Look at yourself as an Athlete
  • Improving as all around athletes
  • How to plan your calendar
  • Step 1: Evaluate Yourself
    • We look at last year as a fluke
    • Have u proven consistency
    • Evaluate strengths and weaknesses
    • Expectations and goals from patterns not hopes and dreams
  • Step 2: Sketch out your triathlon business plan
    • Are you trying to prove yourself wrong?
    • The bigger commitment the larger the hole
    • What are we trying to overcompensate for
  • Step 3: Get Feedback from people you trust
    • Spouse and close friends first
    • Objective advisor
    • Don’t try to do too many products (races)
  • Step 4: Create the plan
    • Don’t swing at the racing piñata
    • Make a plan in a way you believe in
    • Plan like you’re making a recipe
  • Step 5: Commit to Working Your Plan
    • Write it down, stick with it
  • Step 6: Go execute your plan
  • Go back and re-evaluate
  • Don’t panic and over-correct
  • Question your questionable thinking

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