Wed, 1 January 2020
Our guest today is Harriet Brown who is a World Ironwoman Champion, NutriGrain Ironwoman Series Champion, Australian Team Captain and Molokai to Oahu Paddle Board Champion.
01:26 Underwater Filming
Direct download: HarrietBrown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:14am AEDT
Tue, 24 December 2019
As we end a wonderful year, here’s a collection of the best podcast snippets for 2019. Enjoy!
00:19 Do Not Overthink
Direct download: THE_BEST_OF_2019_PODCAST_FINAL.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 7:22pm AEDT
Mon, 23 December 2019
Coming back as a guest is Garry Hurring who is a former Olympic swimmer and Olympic coach. Gary has coached with as in our Hell Week Camp in Thanyapura, Thailand.
01:15 Hell Week Camp At Thanyapura
Direct download: What_To_Do_If_You_Cant_Get_Under_145_per_100m_with_Gary_Hurring.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 3:32pm AEDT
Wed, 18 December 2019
00:52 The Swim
Direct download: sam_penny.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 6:11pm AEDT
Fri, 13 December 2019
Our guest today is Baden Schaff, who is a PGA pro in golf, and he is also the co-creator of Skillest. Now you might've heard me talk about Skillest, this is the app that we use at our clinics and at our camps, to help analyze swimmers strokes and also just to really show them what they're doing under the water. And for me, this is an app that is completely changed the way that we coach, and I've got Baden to thank for that. And we're going to talk a little bit about Skillest, but also talk about what are some lessons that Baden has learned from coaching people in golf, and how we can apply that to swimming, and how you can improve your own swimming through some of those lessons.
Direct download: Lessons_From_Golf_That_Will_Improve_Your_Swimming_With_Baden_Schaff.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 2:32pm AEDT
Tue, 10 December 2019
We sit down with Josh Minogue as we talk about how patience pays off, his Coolangatta Gold triumph and his triathlon journey.
Direct download: josh_minogue.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 3:22pm AEDT
Wed, 4 December 2019
#139: Hijack Your Breathing, Control Your Emotions And Increase Your Performance With Darren Stojanovic
Our guest in todays episode is Darren Stojanovic from Dynamic Stability. He is a physiotherapist but he is also doing a lot of work in breathwork. In this episode, Darren and I will be talking about different breathing techniques which can help you control your emotion and help you improve your performance.
Direct download: Hijack_Your_Breathing_Control_Your_Emotions_And_Increase_Your_Performance.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 1:01pm AEDT
Sun, 24 November 2019
Ryan Hodierne is the Biomechanist for NSWIS (New South Wales Institute of Sport). He has worked with a lot of high-level swimmers and what I would like to talk about is how biomechanics would be applicable for a regular person who would like to improve his or her swimming.
01:06 Thoughts about Sensarii
Direct download: High_Level_Biomechanics_For_Weekend_Warriors_final.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 8:28pm AEDT
Wed, 2 October 2019
My guest is Tim Ford, who is someone I've known for the last few years, and a number of years ago, he started his triathlon journey and over that time he's lost more than 50 kilos. He's completely changed his life with respect to his health, his fitness, and his work, and I think it's a really good story to share on how a simple idea can spark a complete life change in someone.
On today's episode, we look at what are some of those things that Tim has changed to turn around his life and become a completely different person and we also share some of the things that we feel can help other people become better athletes, whether that's a triathlon or whether it's swimming. And focusing on the things that you can control and that you can change and why it pays to always have a longterm approach to this stuff.
03:07 "I Stopped Weighing Myself When I Reached 120 Kilos."
Direct download: Rewriting_Your_Future_With_Tim_Ford.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 12:39pm AEDT
Fri, 9 August 2019
My guest today is Nick Jankovskis from METS Performance. METS Performance is a Melbourne based company that help athletes with a whole range of tests that you can use to then use some data to incorporate that into how you're training, particularly for endurance athletes. Nick and I will be talking about how we easily can get caught up with all this information and how we can use this data effectively in our training.
03:22 Philosophy of METS Performance Consulting
Direct download: nick_podcast.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 11:44am AEDT
Wed, 17 July 2019
Our guest today is Michael Andrew, he is a competitive swimmer and has been the gold medalist for the 100 meter individual medley at the 2016 FINA Short Course World Championships. He is training in a non-traditional way and has pioneered the Ultra Short Course Race Pace Training.
02:32 Ultra Short Race Pace Training
Direct download: breaking_the_mould_with_michael_andrew.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 2:25pm AEDT
Mon, 15 July 2019
Carl joins us again on the podcast. His background is in Functional Movement and in this episode, he shares some interesting aspects about the Serape Effect.
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Thu, 11 July 2019
My guest today is Ryan Roselli. He attended one of our freestyle clinics in Brisbane last March. During the Cairns Half Ironman, he managed to cut down 5 minutes of his swim time. In this episode we, talked about the things he focused on in his stroke, making the changes permanent and some advice to swimmers and triathletes who been wanting to improve their swimming.
Direct download: How_to_take_5-_minutes_Off_Your_70.3_with_Ryan_Rocelli.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 2:37pm AEDT
Wed, 3 July 2019
Our guest today is Trever Gray, In this episode, we discussed about Heart Rate Variability and how you can use that to know when to be able to push yourself in training and when to back off. We've talk about how to breathe properly and how to train yourself, how you can improve your swimming performance using respiratory muscle training. And we've also talked about blood flow restriction training.
00:59 Trever Gray Introduction
Direct download: How_To_Know_When_To_Push_Hard_Or_Back_Off_With_Trever_Gray.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 7:52pm AEDT
Tue, 14 May 2019
00:53 Background on Being Productive
Direct download: How_to_Stop_Wasting_Your_Time_and_Being_Efficient_with_your_training_with_Andre_Obradovic.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 4:01am AEDT
Thu, 28 March 2019
Our guest today is Taren Gessell of the YouTube Channel Triathlon Taren whom we had two analysis videos. The video analysis was six months apart and over that time he really made some impressive improvements continues to get better.
01:07 How Taren started with Triathlon and YouTube
Taren's swim analysis on Youtube:
Direct download: Why_It_Pays_Off_To_Follow_The_Process_with_Taren_Gessell_F.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 4:39am AEDT
Fri, 15 March 2019
In todays episode we have Jason Key who is an age group triathlete based out of Texas. Jason shares his journey towards achieving his 1:30/100m mark.In todays episode we have Jason Key who is an age group triathlete based out of Texas. Jason shares his journey towards achieving his 1:30/100m mark.
Direct download: Jason_Key.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 5:31pm AEDT
Wed, 23 January 2019
We welcome back Solomon Wright who recently won the New Zealand 10km Open Water Championship. In this episode, Solomon talks about his training leading up to the National Championship and how he recovered from shoulder injury. We also added a before and after video of Solomon comparing his stroke now and 12 months ago.
02:53 Solomon’s focus after Rottnest Channel
Direct download: The_Road_to_NZ_10km_National_Champion_with_Solomon_Wright.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 9:42pm AEDT