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A Triathlon and Cycling podcast dedicated to help improve you as an athlete. If you're a triathlete competing in Ironman, Ironman 70.3 or Olympic triathlon this is for you. Hosted by expert Triathlon coach and Australian Ironman Champion Gerard Donnelly, listen in to help you Train Smarter to Race Faster
 
Since 2006 Coach Joe Beer and various side-kicks, guests & athletes have given training, nutrition & technology advice to improve your triathlon, duathlon, Ironman, running & cycling performances. Visit these great brands www.ScienceInSport.com www.Nopinz.com www.SouthForkRacing.co.uk and www.ForthEdge.co.uk
 
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In this episode we hear Travis Coffey’s incredible story. Travis is the father of Brookelyn Coffey who was my guest in episode 20. In 2019, Travis suffered a traumatic injury that forever changed his life. Having completed Ironman Louisville in 2018, Travis was not going to accept the diagnosis of his doctors and not only knew he would walk again b…
 
In today’s episode we absolutely geeked out because we got to speak to arguably the number 1 triathlon coach in the world right now, Arild Tveiten. Arild is the head coach and sports director of the Norwegian Triathlon Federation. At the Olympics in Tokyo 2021, Kristian Blummenfelt, who has been coached by Arild for 11 years, took the gold medal in…
 
In this episode, I speak to Rob Hutchings. Rob is currently living in New Zealand and has recently published a book titled Downriver Nomad: A Triathlete’s Adventures and Adversities into the Rapids. His book chronicles how he got introduced to the sport of triathlon as a teenager in Newfoundland Canada, discovered marathon swimming shortly after, r…
 
In part 1 of our 100th episode special, we told the epic story of Gerard Donnelly's professional triathlon career. The story finished with Gerard retiring from professional triathlon... In part 2 today we’re going to tell the story of Gerard's coaching career and how his coaching has developed over a 30+ year period. I didn’t think the story could …
 
In this episode, I speak to 19 year old Brookelyn Coffey who recently completed Ironman Indiana. After establishing her athletic background, Brookelyn shares how she got started on her Ironman journey. To keep her dad company while he recovered from a stroke in 2019, they trained together to be ready for the 2020 season. Brookelyn confesses that sh…
 
I (Jordan) couldn’t be more excited to bring this episode to you. We’ve interviewed some fantastic guests already on this podcast; elite athletes, former pros, olympians, world class coaches, experts in their field… And at the start of every episode, I introduce my fellow host of the podcast, former Australian Ironman Champion Gerard Donnelly. So b…
 
In this episode, I speak to one of the few finishers of the Texas Two Step. In October 2021 Waco, TX hosted both the full and ½ distance Ironman race on the same weekend. James is married with 3 adult children and works 60-70 hours per week as a Podiatric Surgeon. When he is not saving his patient’s feet, he is beating his own up on the racecourse.…
 
Ryan Bolton has a very impressive resume both as an athlete and a coach. Coming out of college as a talented swimmer and runner, he gave triathlon a go and came 2nd as a junior in the world triathlon championships which kickstarted his professional triathlon career. He competed in the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and is now one of the top Triathlon and …
 
In this week’s episode we hear from Angie Jackson. Angie recently completed Ironman 70.3 Atlantic City and is on her quest to become an Ironman in 2022. Angie gives us an overview of her background and what compelled her to start her journey to becoming heart healthy. Angie is part of a very supportive group in her current town of Fayetteville, NC …
 
If you’ve ever googled “how to connect to zwift” Or “how to set up my wahoo kickr” Or even “why won’t my kickr connect” You may have come across Shane Miller, the GP Lama on youtube. And if you’re like us, you’re one of the millions of people that have watched his youtube videos giving the latest help on all things technology related to cycling. No…
 
After much fanfare and anticipation, it’s finally time to race. In this week’s update episode, I breakdown the last 2 weeks of training and what the next 2-3 days will look like. I give a detailed account of my nutrition plan and admit that I bought yet another piece of training equipment. Look for a special Race Report episode early next week and …
 
Do you think you’re getting the most out of yourself as an athlete? Do you think you’re performing as well as you could? Do you think you could be getting more out of yourself? In this episode we’re going to go through the top 10 ways to improve yourself as an athlete, and show you how you can get closer to your athletic potential. When discussing …
 
In this episode we hear from Amanda McDonald. Amanda is a 3 time Ironman finisher and recently complete 2 full distance races in 6 days. Amanda got her competitive spirit as a child as she trained as a gymnast before suffering an elbow injury that caused her to pursuit a different sport. She discovered Rugby in college. She even became the captain …
 
If you’ve been listening to our podcasts, you may have finally decided to purchase a power meter. Or, you’ve got a power meter already.... But how do you know if you’re using it correctly? Are you getting the most out of your power meter? Do you understand everything you need to do to make sure you’re getting accurate data? In this episode we’re go…
 
In this week’s episode we hear from Ron Dawson. Ron completed Ironman Tulsa this past summer and is currently training for the Boston Marathon which is scheduled for October 11,2021. Ron talks about his athletic background and how he realized a non-sports goal before setting into his “lazy years.” Now with the support of his wife of 38 years, Dee a…
 
So, you’ve decided to do another Ironman, what do you need to do between now and then to best prepare yourself? It’s common that once the dust settles after your race, once the pain subsides, as triathletes we can’t help ourselves but think “I want to do it again”. How would you like to hear the exact breakdown of what you should be doing to rest u…
 
In this episode I give an update on my personal journey. I give an overview of this weekend’s schedule and breakdown what I learned on a recent 52 mile ride. Next week there will be another interview to enjoy. A few weeks back I spoke to Ron Dawson. Ron completed Ironman Tulsa earlier this year and is currently training for the Boston Marathon. You…
 
Podiatrist Matt Fieldsend joined us on the podcast today to chat everything about foot and ankle mechanics and how it impacts your performance! Of course, the foot and ankle do not act in isolation, so we dive into the how the feet impact the rest of the body. With the amount of foot injuries in Triathlon, this was a great episode to dive into comm…
 
With only some friendly soccer experience and inspired by seeing the Brownlee brothers compete in the 2012 London Olympic games Yiannis joined a local running club with a friend. Yiannis’ recent race experience includes: 38 Aquathlons that resulted in 29 Podium finishes with 7 race wins. A European Gold Metal for his Age Group, Bronze European Meta…
 
We know that training adaptation doesn’t actually occur in the training session, but instead in your recovery from a session. That’s why you couldn’t just do a hard session every day and expect to improve. Your body needs time to recover and adapt in order to get the training benefits. BUT, so much emphasis is placed on the training sessions themse…
 
In this episode we hear from Helly Rodriguez who is a husband, father, full-time employee and competing in the Ironman 70.0 World Championship this weekend in St. George, UT. Helly shares how he went from someone that was overweight and grumpy to competing at the highest level. Helly and his wife live in Florida and have 3 active children ages 7, 8…
 
In today’s episode the notorious Dr Mitch Anderson returns to the podcast to apply his expansive knowledge of the human body to your position on the bike! A topic he is not only knowledgeable on due to his medical background (respiratory physio, doctor and surgeon), but he has also lived the experience of finding the best position on the bike in or…
 
In this episode, Brad Kelley shares his diagnosis with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, a medical disorder that affects the immune system, and the prognosis that he “may never walk normal again.” He presents his determination to prove his doctors wrong and the journey he has traveled since that day in 2003. Six years later, after a chance meeting at the gy…
 
In today’s episode we are exploring the best training sessions on the bike to make you a well rounded rider. Last week we spoke about what we believe to be the best value running session, and today we’re going to really go into detail about what sessions could help you become a better cyclist. Obviously there’s not one stand alone session that’s go…
 
A special announcement about our free facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/trivelocoaching Some of you might already be in there, but many of you won’t be and so this is our official invitation for you to come and join our community. Gerard and Jordan are both active in the group and inside we are sharing our best resources and streaming free li…
 
In this episode 14X Ironman Finisher Troy Clifton shares how he transitioned from his athletic career in High School of playing Football, Baseball and running Track into training for his 1st Marathon. I friend of his encouraged him to take up road cycling and before he knew it, or what it even was, he was registered for a Triathlon. Besides his 14 …
 
The nutrition doc is back! And it was another killer conversation. Dr Harry Weisinger, the My Performance Doctor, joined us again on the podcast to take another deep dive into everything endurance athletes need to know about nutrition and fuelling. If you haven't listened to our other 3 episodes with Dr Harry, they’re worth going back and listening…
 
In this week's episode I give an update on my replacement FROM goggles, by DIY Di2 bike upgrade, and breakdown my run training. I share where I am and what I have planned coming up over the next few weeks. I get to give a shootout to some Instagram inspirations that are keeping me moving forward!על ידי Mike Bosch
 
Of course we need to discuss THE event of the olympics games which is the track and field. And we’ve got Ex-Olympic Athlete from the 1996 Atlanta Games, 2 x Australian 5000m Champion and 1 x 10000m Champion, Julian Paynter. It cannot be understated just how special the Olympics are. And in this episode we dissect the highest of highs to the lowest …
 
In this episode I was fortunate enough to speak to the 2012 Ironman World Champion Pete Jacobs. Pete was so much fun to talk to, he shared his thoughts on his performance in Hawaii and some of the things he has learned on the body’s ability to produce energy. He even give some advice that I have already put it to place in my own training.…
 
On today’s episode we are joined by swim expert Brenton Ford. We discuss the best results from the Olympics and what triathletes can learn from Olympic swimmers. But more importantly, what are some things that Olympic swimmers do that triathletes should NOT do? Plus we ask Brenton some of the most asked questions from triathletes about how to impro…
 
The Olympics brings with it a chance to see athletes at the top of their chosen sport, compete in a once in a 4 year event and show us how good they can be. We get to learn so much, the success stories, the failures, triumphs and tribulations, training schedules, family support, it’s the entire story behind each athlete that makes the Olympics so s…
 
In this episode Mike Bowers, who is currently preparing to race in the 2021 Ironman 70.3 World Championship in St. George, shares how he got his start in triathlon and how he trains while living in Belize. When he wasn’t bragging about his wife Susie’s Ironman accomplishments, he shared a story of when he was able to race Kona, stressed the importa…
 
To start today’s episode we’d like to say thank you to all our new and old listeners, the podcast is growing and we’d love it if you left us a 5 star review, a positive comment and shared it with others in the cycling/triathlon community! Looking back over every episode we’ve done, we’ve learnt some absolutely brilliant lessons from our podcast gue…
 
In this episode, I give a training recap of the last 2 weeks. I explain how I am adjusting my plan to account for a few unexpected obstacles. I dive deeper into my swim journey, talk about where I am currently and share the single biggest gadget that help we go from swimming 1 lap at a time to swimming for distance during training.…
 
We can learn so much from the pros. But not just from their triumphs, we learn just as much, if not more from their mistakes. It’s great to see that they are human and yes, they too make mistakes. So in this episode we discuss our top 7 takeaways from an action packed Tour de France. Keys to the episode: Breaking the Ironman world record The greate…
 
In this episode Jim Ristow, who is a 10x Ironman Finisher, shares his story. Jim explains how he got his start in the sport, is very open about the races he was unable to finish and details his plan to complete races 11 and 12 with the goal of earning his opportunity to run down Ali’i Drive. We wish Jim all the best as he prepares for a busy race s…
 
What’s the fastest way to improve your FTP? How do I increase it over 12 weeks? What would be the best program? What sessions should I do? When should I do them? These are some of the most common questions we get around FTP improvement. So in this episode we explore the most effective ways to build your FTP over a 12 week block. Keys to the episode…
 
Today’s special guest is a little bit closer to home, a member of both the Donnelly and TriVelo family, Shauna Donnelly. In 2019 Shauna had a year from hell. At just 30 years old, she was faced with the news that no one ever wants to hear. What followed was a remarkable journey of resilience and perseverance, pain and trauma, but most importantly s…
 
We are LOVING all the action and drama Le Tour is bringing this year. We sit down to discuss the epic moments that have made up episodes 6 to 9. We hope you enjoy our review and analysis as Gerard puts his coaching hat on assessing the performance of certain riders throughout the race so far. If you want to learn how to TRAIN SMARTER and RACE FASTE…
 
In the pilot episode, John Lueder shares his Ironman story. John is husband to Lara, father of five children, and an attorney and managing partner of a law firm in Atlanta, GA. John is also a 3X Ironman finisher and is currently training for two full distance races this year. John hopes to finish twelve over the next years to earn his legacy and st…
 
We're so excited that Le Tour is back that we're doing spontaneous Tour de France episodes over the next few weeks to talk about everything to do with the world's greatest bike race. We're 5 stages in already and there has been too much drama to be able to cover in one episode! Today we talk about everything that's happened so far, including the am…
 
Today on the podcast are very excited to bring you an unbelievably insightful guest Dave McNiell is a professional runner from Melbourne, Australia He is a dual olympian, competing in the 10 000 metres at both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 olympics, with a best place of 16th in the 10000 final at rio with a blistering time of 27:51 He holds a bliste…
 
Here at TriVelo we talk a LOT about “power” numbers and data... But many beginner/intermediate athletes say to us they’re still a bit confused by it all. It’s okay to be confused by this, because it’s a confusing subject. But we’re here to change all this. So... Have you ever wondered...How do I actually get MY DATA? And how do I even use these num…
 
The Ironman. Truly one of the toughest challenges you will ever undertake, should you choose to take that leap and fill out that entry form. And despite the insane difficulty in swimming 3.9kms, then riding the toughest 180 kms you may ever undergo, getting off that bike after 5-7 hours, exhausted, and only then beginning your marathon... thousands…
 
In today’s episode we got to speak to Expert Movement Specialist, Injury Prevention Coach and Osteopath Dr Jordan Moncrieff, who is a great friend of TriVelo and someone that we put ultimate trust in with our own bodies as our movement coach. As a young, highly talented footballer, chronic injury limited Jordan's capacity to train and compete at th…
 
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