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Tri Chat with Lise Waltenbury

A podcast to encourage and engage triathletes across all distances and representing all athletic abilities. Tri Chat with Lise Waltenbury embodies the heart and soul of what makes everyday training so rewarding: testing our ability, overcoming challenges, and realizing our potential to fulfill or dream to cross the finish line! Elevating Athletes Performance.
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Elevating Athletes Performance

Mar 16, 2017

In this episode, Lise interviews Steven Bentley and Michelle Golovine. They share their knowledge on how nutrition isn't fueling, and how nutrition can lead to better performance.

According to Steven, there are 2 types of people, those who don't eat well and those who don't eat any bad food.  Either way, they aren't getting the nutrition they need to fuel performance.

About : Steven Bentley is51 years old in good fitness shape with almost 30 years experience coaching athletes. He has raced Kona twice and helped countless athletes get there. Susan Dell is among one of the busy athletes he has coached with no more than 13.5 hours per week training time.

 

About: Michelle Golovine is a 37 years old Firefighter who started racing in 2007. She is the mother of 2 daughters (ages 11 & 12) who shares how her nutrition allowed her to decrease the amount of calories she needed during the race ,thus reducing the gut issues during the race. She attributes this to the fasting cleansing system she was introduced to by Steven.

 

For more information, you can find Steven and Michelle on Facebook.

 

If you like our show, please help spread the word and tell 3 friends, like us of facebook, follow us on twitter. Leaving a positive review in Itunes will help this show reach more people.

 

If you would like to be a guest on the show, or you would like to send in your race report or training log story, please email us your MP3 file to trichatlg@gmail.com

 

The music in this epoisode is by “The Bell, Do you know how to feel?”, instrumental.

 

Till next time, have a great active week

 

Bye!

 

Feb 25, 2017

In this episode, Lise and Gabriela chat about how to pick races.  The process is simple when you have a coach making all the decisions for you.  When you are doing this on your own, there are a few strategies.  Working your way backwards is a great start.  Figure out when your longest rides/run/ training sessions will be.  Can you commit to this?

 

In our next segment Gold Medal and DQ, we highlight somethings that went right and somethings that didn't.  

 

The last segment in our show is called Real stories, Real Athletes.  This is where we feature your stories, your training, your race reports, your memories.  

Our first story of Digging Deep is from my friend and fellow Barrie Baydog Shannon Puna.  she is a triathlete, wife, mother of 2 and a blogger.  You can followShannon's journey at www.myfitnessstories.com.

 

If you like our show, please help spread the word and tell 3 friends, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

 

If you would like to be featured on our show, please send your voice memo to Trichatlg@gmail.com

 

Till next time, have a great active week.

 

Bye!

Feb 19, 2017

In this episode,Lise and Gabriela share their stories of taking a break during training.  

Family life, work and training can take a toll and may make it hard to see the big picture. Before you burnout, at the end of the season and after a large training block may be a good time to take a break.  Be sure it's long enough to make you feel restored and allow you to focus and pay attention to other areas in your life.  Training your weaknesses and cross train may be some activities to focus on.

(the ideas from this episode is from Taylor Thomas from Training Peaks)

The 4 main benefits to taking a break.

1.  It gives you a chance to reflect

2.  It gives the body a chance to rest and heal

3. Prevents an overuse injury

4. Rejuvenation

(the ideas came from an article from Todd Kusukis)

If you like our show, please help spread the word and tell 3 friends, like us on facebook and follow us on Twitter

 

We would love to hear from you.  Email your voice memos to TrichatLG@gmail.com

 

Till next time, have a great active week.

 

Bye!

 

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