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Knowledge is Power. For endurance sports like cycling, running and multisport the more you know about your training the more goals you will reach. Training can be complicated and sorting through all of the training information out there can be daunting but it does not need to be. The Knowledge is a new podcast from Wahoo. It provides straightforward, science-based, useful information from world-class experts to help endurance athletes maximize their performance. Sports scientists Neal Hender ...
 
The Fast Talk podcast offers the best guides to cycling performance and endurance sports training from world-class experts. Cohosted by cycling coaches and sport scientists Trevor Connor and Rob Pickels, Fast Talk episodes feature fascinating conversations with world-class experts discussing the endurance sports topics they know best: the best ways to train, effective workouts, questions on polarized and interval training, sports nutrition, physiology and recovery, and sport psychology. Fast ...
 
Join Sport Psychologist, Dan Abrahams, on The Sport Psych Show as he aims to demystify sport psychology for players, coaches and parents by speaking with some of the most influential people in sports performance today. Dan is on a mission to learn more about how sport psychology philosophies, tools and techniques positively impact participation, progression and performance in sport. He wants to learn more about how to drive participation – what motivational tools engage players and inspire p ...
 
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In this episode I speak with Dr Kieran File. Kieran is Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics at University of Warwick. Kieran’s main interest is in language use in high performance sporting contexts. Kieran is also director of Reactive Sports Media which offers research informed media training and advice for professional sports players, sporti…
 
Dr. Jinger Gottschall and Coach Jeff Hoobler dive into the world of cycling nutrition and weight loss. In this week's episode, they will be discussing the latest research and strategies for fueling your body to lose weight and perform at your best while cycling. From understanding macronutrients to meal planning and supplementation, Jinger and Jeff…
 
This week I’m delighted to speak to Lindsey Hamilton. Lindsey is Head of Mental Conditioning at IMG Academy where she leads, develops, and facilitates a team of 12 mental conditioning coaches that oversees the mental skills development of over 1,100 student-athletes across eight sports. She also leads the IMG Institute through developing and delive…
 
Welcome to the latest episode of the Knowledge by Wahoo podcast where we discuss the fine art of goal setting. This week, we'll be asking the question: Can you set a goal that's too big, too many, too intense, or too challenging? In other words, are you biting off more than you can chew? Remember to be specific about your goals and make sure they'r…
 
I am delighted to be joined by Dr Mike Ashford and Dr Loel Collins in this episode. Both Mike and Loel lecture at Edinburgh University. Loel is the Programme Director for MSc Performance Coaching and Development and Mike lectures in Sports Coaching and Performance. They are also both coach developers at Grey Matters, a company specialising in perfo…
 
We all need goals to help us stay on track, but what's the secret to effective goal setting? Top Coaches Joe Friel and Neal Henderson share their secrets from working with both Top Pros and Amateurs alike. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Fast Talk Labs
 
In this week’s episode I’m delighted to be joined by Kevin Smith, Dr Con Burns and Dr Ed Coughlan. We discuss a new paper Kevin, Con, Ed, and a number of other authors have written entitled “How to coach: A review of theoretical approaches for the development of a novel coach education framework”. The article reviews literature relating to theoreti…
 
Just in time for the holidays! The proper number of bikes to own is one more than your currently have. In this final episode of 2022 Coach Mac Cassin and Coach Jeff Hoobler bring the fun back with Switching it up! How riding off-road, on the trail, pump track, or even on a unicycle can improve your overall skill level if your main discipline is roa…
 
In this episode I speak with chartered occupational psychologist, Sarah Broadhead. Sarah is Director and founder of Broadhead Performance which aims to give individuals and organisations in sport and business the insight, skills and support they need to perform and thrive. She has worked in a range of sports including GB Taekwondo, British Swimming…
 
"You never know when you're going to come to a three-up sprint out of a breakaway. And if you haven't been doing this stuff, you might as well just sit up and watch from behind. - Jeff Hoobler " In this episode of The Knowledge Podcast Coach Jeff Hoobler and Dr. Jinger Gottchall talk about muscle fiber types and how your personal muscle fiber matri…
 
I speak with Blaine McKenna in this episode. Blaine is a UEFA A soccer coach, former academy director and author. Having completed his Masters is Sport Psychology, Blaine started to incorporate mental skills into his coaching curriculum and has taken his brand of coaching all over the globe from Kuwait to Thailand. Taken from his experiences coachi…
 
What is the best way to train when it comes to Altitude? Live high, train low? Live low and race high? In Part 2 of our Riding at Altitude series, Coach Mac and Dr. Jinger discuss nutrition and training applications to help you maximize your power and speed outputs while racing and training at any altitude. And why building a DIY barometric chamber…
 
Live High and Train Low? In this episode hosts Dr. Jinger Gottschall and Mac Cassin dive into the basics of altitude. The Definition, long-term and short-term responses, submaximal and maximum intensities. And then finally, a few strategies for training. From Sea Level to the Death Zone we help you understand Altitude in order to train and race eff…
 
This week I’m delighted to speak to Prof Joe Baker. Joe is the Head of the Lifespan Performance Laboratory in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science, at York University, Canada. Previously Joe has held visiting researcher/professor positions in the Carnegie Research Institute at Leeds Metropolitan University UK, Victoria University, Australia…
 
This week I’m delighted to speak to Dr Nicky Keay. Nicky is an Exercise Endocrinologist and an Honorary Clinical Lecturer in Medicine at University College London. Previously, Nicky was a Research Fellow in the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Durham University. Nicky is a member of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine…
 
This is a must-listen for anyone serious about getting faster. Sure, you’ll hear why Neal loves going hard for an hour and why Mac feels you should think about 4DP like a cupcake. But, more importantly, they break through all the hype on FTP, explore what’s wrong with most standard FTP tests, and why not everyone’s FTP works the same way. They also…
 
Of course, you'd rather train inside when it's cold outside (right?), but sometimes you can't avoid it. Jeff and Jinger explain the physiological effects of training in the cold and share their top tips for training when the temperature drops. From cold habituation to keeping warm and staying properly fuelled, you'll get the Knowledge you need for …
 
I speak with Dr Julie Johnston and Joseph Stanford in this episode. Julie is a Senior Lecturer in Sport & Exercise Psychology at Nottingham Trent University. Her research focuses on behavioural, social and environmental influences on children and adolescent psychosocial development, health and wellbeing. Both her PhD and current research has focuse…
 
Want to improve your FTP? Then you better start focusing on your MAP (Maximal Aerobic Power). After exploring the science of MAP, including why you ought to choose your parents well, Neal and Mac explain why this aspect of your 4DP delivers such fantastic rewards when you work on developing it. To help you get started on that, they also share some …
 
This week I’m delighted to speak to Martin Erikstad. Martin is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Agder in Norway. His areas of interest are coaching, transformational leadership, talent development and youth sport. Martin played soccer to an elite level in Norway before moving into an academic career. Martin completed his Masters …
 
If you’ve done the 1-minute test at the end of our 4DP fitness test, Full Frontal, you know what digging deep into your Anaerobic Capacity feels like. And you can think of your Anaerobic Capacity — your ability to attack, surge, close gaps…and do those things over and over — like a battery. The bigger it is, and the faster you can recharge it, the …
 
In this episode I’m delighted to speak with Dr Ross Wadey and Dr Melissa Day, Ross is a Professor in Sport Psychology at St Mary’s University. Ross’s research is at the forefront of advancing knowledge in areas including psycho-social-cultural considerations in the prevention of, and recovery from, sport injury and multilevel learning following adv…
 
I'm delighted to speak with Dr Matthew Scott, Prof Paul Holmes and Dr David Wright in this episode. Matt is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of British Columbia in the School of Kinesiology. Matt investigates the effect of dyad practice - training with a partner - on motor learning. His interests are in combined (and independent) ac…
 
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