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In The Flow

Jackson Long, MS SENr

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Join accredited performance nutritionist, coach, and plant-based mountain athlete Jackson Long as he explores the intersections between endurance sport, plant-based eating and performance nutrition, human and planetary health, and mindfulness to fuel the flow of meaningful movement.
 
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Herman is a professor of evolutionary anthropology at Duke University, where he focuses on the evolution of human energy expenditure and metabolism. He is also the co-founder of the Human Evolutionary Ecology Lab, where he and his team study the effects of diet, physical activity, and modern environments on human health and disease. Herman’s latest…
 
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Craig Alexander, or "Crowie" as many call know him, has formulated an approach to triathlon training through many years as a professional and now as a coach. He talks with Dirk Friel about his approach to hitting peak fitness while balancing a restorative taper for the best performance racing long course triathlon. Crowie and Dirk consider the sche…
 
In this episode, Dominic Guinto, CTS Athlete Services Director discusses how to build a valuable coach-athlete relationship. Buy Koop’s new book on Amazon or Audible. Information on coaching-www.trainright.com Koop’s Social Media Twitter/Instagram- @jasonkoopBy Jason Koop/Dominic
 
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