Candotri - You Can Do Triathlon

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This is the candotri podcast. If this swimmer-turned-triathlete can do tri, you too candotri. Join me as I swim, run, ride, and explore the ways that technology can help us really enjoy the triathlon lifestyle. I also have race reports, gear reviews,

Episodios

candotri 022: Craven-Genki Triathlon At Pike Lake 2011

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* Craven Genki Triathlon at Pike Lake 2011 * Wetsuits provide a HUGE advantage * Practiced transitions in the pool * Objectives for the race * Kicking is not only for propulsion * thoughts on how pike lake went * Zencast 306 - Intro to Zen buddhism - Alan Watts * Carbohydrate mouth rinse: does it improve endurance exercise performance? * http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2936414/ * The Effect of Glucose Infusion on Glucose Kinetics during a 1-h Time Trial. * http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15354036 * Tritalk top 20 * http://tri-talk.com/Top20.asp * 2:22:05 = 2*60*60+22*60+5 = 8525 seconds Quote: "On the mountains of truth you can never climb in vain: either you will reach a point higher up today, or you will be training your powers so that you will be able to climb higher tomorrow." - Friedrich Nietzsche Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook Gustav Sting: Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/index.html?keywords=Gustav+Sting The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 022 was published on 3 August 2011

candotri 021: Moe's Triathlon 2011

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* Swimming promotes recovery * Effects of a recovery swim on subsequent running performance * Chlorine is an irritant * Allergic and non-allergic rhinitis in swimmers: clinical and cytological aspects * Results from Moe's Triathlon 2011 * Don't carry too much water * Changes in body mass alone explain almost all of the variance in the serum sodium concentrations during prolonged exercise. Has commercial influence impeded scientific endeavour? Tim Noakes * Indoor cycling is good Quote: "This is not Disneyland, or Hollywood. I'll give you an example: I've read that I flew up the hills and mountains of France. But you don't fly up a hill. You struggle slowly and painfully up a hill, and maybe, if you work very hard, you get to the top ahead of everybody else." - Lance Armstrong Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook Other music: "Magic Of Dreams" - Ant on Wax The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 021 was published on 4 July 2011

candotri 020: Bridge City Duathlon 2011

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* Bridge City Duathlon 2011 report * Swim Pacing * Whole-race approaches * Moe's is next!! Quote: "Your body will argue that there is no justifiable reason to continue. Your only recourse is to call on your spirit, which fortunately functions independently of logic." - Tim Noakes "Somewhere in the world someone is training when you are not. When you race him, he will win." - Tom Fleming's Boston Marathon Training Motto Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 020 was published on 3 June 2011

candotri 019: Maratona di Roma 2011

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* Maratona di Roma 2011 * All of the show notes are contained in my race report at http://candotri.com/rome.html Quote: "I did it! I'm a marthoner!" - Chad Matsalla Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. Other Music: Strange Zero - Ikebana Tryad - The Final Rewind Universal Constructors - Lounge Blizzard candotri 019 was published on 17 April 2011

candotri 018: long run chad is running long

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* http://teamchad.ca and aproaching the Rome Marathon * Leukemia & Lymphoma Society * Being vegetarian means a ham sub with ham on the side * Zencast 296 "perfection of effort" * Zencast.org * BBC4 - In Our Time with Melvyn Bragg * Duke Universities Digital Collections AdViews - Kentile Flooring * Zoë Keating - Optimist from the album "Into the Trees" * DJ Champion Quote: "Out of the silver heat mirage he ran. The sky burned, and under him the paving was a black mirror reflecting sun-fire. Sweat sprayed his skin with each foot strike so that he ran in a hot mist of his own creation. With each slap on the softened asphalt, his soles absorbed heat that rose through his arches and ankles and the stems of his shins. It was a carnival of pain, but he loved each stride because running distilled him to her essence and the heat hastened this distillation." - James Tabor, from "The Runner," a short story Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 018 was published on 5 March 2011

candotri 017: hope and progress

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* George Sheehan's 'Running and Being' - missing in action * Big guy wearing Shimano cap (the reason for the cover art) * Treadmill running is hard - scientific papers * Alex's swimming lessons - Red Cross Starfish * Runner's Pace Calc for iPhone * New shoes - Mizuno Wave Inspire 6 * Triathlon Canada Level 1 Official's course * Why don't I use commercial music? - Paper references - Baden et al. 2005. Effect of anticipation during unknown or unexpected exercise duration... Br J Sports Med 39.742-746. Billat et al. 2006. Nonlinear Dynamics of Heart Rate and Oxygen Uptake in Exhaustive 10k runs influence... J. Physiol Sci 56.1 103-111 Garcin et al. 2008. Perceptual responses in Free vs Constant Pace Exercise. Int J Sports Med 29.453-459 Lander et al. 2009. Self-paced exercise is less physically challenging. Br. J. Sports Med 43.789-795 - Quotes - "My experience has taught me that you must first, and always, seek the person You Are. And this becoming unfolds through the intensity with which you use your body, through your absorption in play, and through the acceptance of the discipline needed to be an athlete. At all times, you must protect your Self. Maintain a childlike wonder. Aquire, if you can, the ability to be careless, to disregard appearances, to relax, and laugh at the world." George Sheehan " We're just like bugs in a bowl. All day going around never leaving their bowl. I say, That's right! Every day climbing up the steep sides, sliding back. Over and over again. Around and around. Up and back down. Sit in the bottom of the bowl, head in your hands, cry, moan, feel sorry for yourself. Or. Look around. See your fellow bugs. Walk around. Say, Hey, how you doin'? Say, Nice Bowl! " - David Budbill Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Other Music by Tryad. Find creative commons licensed music at tryad.org. The song was 'You Are God' from the album "Listen". Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 017 was published on 8 February 2011

candotri 016: the track incident

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* Baby it's cold outside. * My new clothes: MEC Jetstreak, MEC Mercury * Making green smoothies (recipe on candotri.com) * Making hummus (recipe on candotri.com) * Signed up for the Stony Plain Triathlon * First Ever Triathlon! * Chad is injured The papers I discussed: Paper titles: Walker et al. Psychological responses to injury in competitive sport: a critical review. JRSH 2007;127(4):174-180 (Natalie Walker form the University of Northampton and a collection...) Buist et al. No Effect of a Graded Training Program on the Number of Running-Related Injuries in Novice Runners A Randomized Controlled Trial. The American Journal of Sports Medicine; 36(1):33-39. Taunton et al. 2003. A prospective study of running injuries: the Vancouver Sun Run "In Training" clinics. Br J Sports Med 2003;37:239-244. "Marathoning is like cutting yourself unexpectedly. You dip into the pain so gradually that the damage is done before you are aware of it. Unfortunately, when awareness comes, it is excruciating." John Farrington, Australian marathoner Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook "Baby It's Cold Outside" by Built For The Sea. Used with the permission of the artists. Check the out on myspace: http://www.myspace.com/builtforthesea or in itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/built-for-the-sea/id207399674 The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 016 was published on 9 January 2011

candotri 015: supports and goals

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* Winter is here! * Live in the place where you live. * Risk assessment * Interview with Rambling Dave Scharf - Ironman Canada 2010 * Check out an excellent post in Joe Friel's blog: "Should I coast or pedal?" * Please donate to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada at teamchad.ca * Team In Training - Chad's website is teamchad.ca * I **love** my green smoothies * Check out Rambling Dave's blog 'Two Marathons, one Ironman, and Hip Surgery' http://twomarathonsandironman.blogspot.com/ Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook Other Music by Tryad. Find creative commons licensed music at tryad.org The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 015 was published on 4 December 2010

candotri 014: fall (or close to it)

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* Report from active.com - demographics of trithletes * Trip to Toronto is coming * Please say positive things to new parents * The age grouper podcast * A NEAR CRASH!!! * Victoria Marathoners! Congratulations to Kelownagurl (1/2 marathon), Jennifer, Dave (http://runvictoriamarathon.com/) * Waterproof and breathable causes duhhka * What to wear in the rain? * http://worldwidefestivalofraces.com * "Any day that I can run 42k is a good day". Jennifer runningtoboston.blogspot.com * The waterfall is gone - 14 October * Running in toronto - the challenges of urban running * Empty your bike of stinky water! "But then comes the Hill, and I know I am made for more. And by becoming more, I am challenged to choose suffering, to endure pain, to bear hardship. And in that becoming, I must live the mysteries of Sin and Free Will and Grace. All this I feel as I leave the beautiful endless time of running on the flat to risk everything on the ascent of the Hill. At first the gentle swell carries me. At that level, nature is a help. The same nature which Bucky Fuller says is so prepared for us that whenever we need anything we find it has been stockpiled from the beginning of time. But gradually the Hill demands more and more. I have reached the end of my physiology. The end of what is possible. And now it is beyond what I can stand. The temptation is to say, "Enough." This much is enough. But I will not give in I am fighting God. Fighting the limitations He have me. Fighting the pain. Fighting the unfairness. Fighting all the evil in me and the world. And I will not give in. I will conquer this hill, and I will conquer it alone." George Sheehan "In the pursuit of knowlege every day something is gained. In the pursuit of freedom every day something is let go of." Zencast 258 "Excellence can be obtained if you care more than others think is wise, risk more than others think is safe, dream more than others think is practical, expect more than others think is possible." - Unknown (found on tinybuddha) Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. Advertisement for Dupont neoprene: Check out a bunch of old-time radio advertisements here: http://www.archive.org/details/Old_Radio_Adverts_01 candotri 014 was published on 28 October 2010

candotri 013: amplified

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* Headphone reviews - Sennheiser PMX80 Sport II, Sony MDR-AS20J * Interview with Ironman triathlete Ray Miller * Suffering and ascetism * Frustration and acceptance * Race report from Dax Apolinario Links: http://race4ms.ca http://www.facebook.com/pages/Race4MS-Running-for-my-Life/126561217394467 http://www.alanwattspodcast.com Quote: "You also need to look back, not just at the people who are running behind you but especially at those who don't run and never will... those who run but don't race...those who started training for a race but didn't carry through...those who got to the starting line but didn't in the finish line...those who once raced better than you but no longer run at all. You're still here. Take pride in wherever you finish. Look at all the people you've outlasted." - Joe Henderson Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 013 was published on 08 October 2010

candotri 011: volunteering and directing

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* Being more vegetarian * Volunteering at the Living Sky Tri * Training report from Jennifer * Interview with Glenn Patkau Quote: "Running long and hard is an ideal antidepressant, since it's hard to run and feel sorry for yourself at the same time. Also, there are those hours of clearheadedness that follow a long run." -Monte Davis Interview with Glenn Patkau - Race Director, Moe's Triathlon Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 011 was published on 22 August 2010

candotri 012: Alexander Kai

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* Introduction to Alexander Kai * General Update - Why I missed my races * Alexander vanquished jaundice * Tanya continues to recover * Anybody use a treadmill? * Cycling update * Running Update * Chad is a handy guy - painting a deck * Do you call running clothes 'civies'? * Replaced Cervelo P2 seat post (use torque wrenches) * Prepare to deface another racer's bike * Dry drying tofu * Bad tofu chili * Nearly killed by a pothole * You lose feel for the water * Everything feels wrong and I felt awkward and slow * Recovering with intervals * Swimming has helped with the shin issues * Water in your nose Quote: "You have to wonder at times what you're doing out there. Over the years, I've given myself a thousand reasons to keep running, but it always comes back to where it started. It comes down to self-satisfaction and a sense of achievement." - Steve Prefontaine Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook Ominous beginning music: A loop Chad built from 'Cinematic Deep Bass Rumble' by freesound user 'ERH'. Check it out the original here: http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=34012 Music where Alexander was born: 'Summer' by General Fuzz. Used as part of a Creative Commons license. Check him out at http://magnatune.com/artists/general_fuzz Other clips: Wilhelm Scream http://www.archive.org/details/WilhelmScreamSample Read about the wilhelm scream here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_scream Advertisement for Camel cigarettes: Check out a bunch of old-time radio advertisements here: http://www.archive.org/details/Old_Radio_Adverts_01 The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 012 was published on 16 September 2010

candotri 010: Spin Off Spadina 2010

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* Spin Off Spadina 2010 results: * overall: 2:28:44 41/110 16/23 age group * swim: 22:29 (1:30/100M) 7th * bike: 1:10:41 (34km/h) 22nd * run: 55:35 (5:18/km) 83rd "Running is not, as it so often seems, only about what you did in your last race or about how many miles you ran last week. It is, in a much more important way, about community, about appreciating all the miles run by other runners, too." --Richard O'Brien Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted. --Albert Einstein The sense of life being alright is inconceivable and unfeelable unless way in the back of your mind the glimmer of a possibility that something absolutely unspeakably awful might happen. There has to be the possibility that something awful can happen or things can't be alright. --Alan Watts - Intellectual Yoga #1 Listen to Alan Watts - Taoist Way #6 regarding intellectualization Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 010 was published on 5 July 2010

candotri 009: Moes Triathlon 2010

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* Race report from Moe's Triathlon 2010 * Chad's placing: 10/94!! 8th in the swim, 4th in the bike, 22nd in the run * 4:47 pace in the 5k (!!!!) * New backpack - MEC Spirit 40 * New cycling shoes - Pearl Izumi Tri Fly III * Practicing transitions * What to wear in a pool triathlon * Letting go Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com.

candotri 008: Saskatchewan Marathon 2010

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* Running in Vancouver * GUU * Primal Arm warmers * Feathercraft * Maguires Saskatoon * Kits pool * Pictures of nuun mixing * Japadog * Saskatchewan Marathon (Chad's time: 1:46:37) * Quote: "The difference between the mile and the marathon is the difference between burning your fingers with a match and being slowly roasted over hot coals." Hal Higdon Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com.

candotri 007: one with the water

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* Cycled to aberdeen - check candotri.com for a video of that day * New tires on zoom zoom * Running in five fingers with splayed toes * Had to pull out of my A race * Doing more speedwork for running * long run - holding heart rates * Are you comfortable around the water? * Get out of your motorized thingy * Make water part of your triathlon lifestyle- closer to the water and nature by swimming in it * Be safe while swimming in the open water * You are not scared of the water, you feel scared of the water * Gravity is not a factor in swimming * In swimming, everything happens in slow motion * You can do drills like working one leg because of lack of gravity and slow motion * Focus on your breathing because you are undistracted by gadgetry * I put the garmin on deck to watch heart rate * Being stressed about the swim is really really bad thing * Focus on efficiency - Use stroke counting * Total Immersion - Terry Laughlin * Watch swimmers that are faster than you * Do you have imbalances in your muscle groups? * Buy better goggles - leaking sucks - try Aquasphere * You aren't far from home * Remember how I carried my bike in candotri 006? That doesn't happen in swimming. Quote: "The water is your friend. You don't have to fight with water, just share the same spirit as the water, and it will help you move." Aleksandr Popov Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com.

candotri 006: carry the bike

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* New Nuun! * New water bottle with a kicker valve * Hydration strategy for hot noon runs * Race report for Bridge City Duathlon 2010 * Adrienne Stinson, Huskie Athletics Sport Health Centre * I had a flat and ran with my bike * The value of a bike fitting * Chad showered with glass at work * Don't be defined by statements like 'I am not a runner'. * All about swimming show, coming soon Quote: It is curious that with the advent of the automobile and the airplane, the bicycle is still with us. Perhaps people like the world they can see from a bike, or the air they breathe when they're out on a bike. Or they like the bicycle's simplicity and the precision with which it is made. Or because they like the feeling of being able to hurtle through air one minute, and saunter through a park the next, without leaving behind clouds of choking exhaust, without leaving behind so much as a footstep. - Gurdon S. Leete Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com The candotri podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons 2.5 Canada License.

candotri 005: clickify promo

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candotri 004: creaky and squeaky things

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* fear, doubt, and activation * Brandi Pozniak on competing and training * cycle into the wind * Chad's first long ride on Zoom Zoom * Inspect the bead after replacing your tire! Quote: Running is a big question mark that's there each and every day. It ask you... are you going to be a wimp or are you goin out strong today? - Peter Maher Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com The candotri podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons 2.5 Canada License.

candotri 003: another brick in the wall

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* Check out Kelownagurl tris at http://kelownagurl.blogspot.com * Squeaky bike parts suck * A storm is a-coming * Running with the vibrams * Recovery nutrition * Old shoes replaced * Chad on the Norco crossbike * Bike trainers * Really really enjoyed phedippidations 49 - hot weather running. Originally aired june 18 06 * Why the remotes on the table in front of you? * An interview with Brad Spokes: Should I get a running analysis done? * Why does my iPod touch not go back after shaking to shuffle? * Forgive yourself * An off-day run Quote: "I'm running on one leg. It may not look like I'm running fast, but I'm going as hard as I can. It bothers me, people coming up beside me. I want to make those guys work. I can't stand making it easy for them. I'm really competitive. When they run with me, they're usually running for only two or three miles; for me it might be my twenty-sixth mile." Terry Fox http://www.terryfox.org/Foundation/Quotes_from_Terry.html Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com The candotri podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons 2.5 Canada License.

candotri 002: Brainfreeze 2010

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* Quote: "Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must outrun the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning in Africa, a lion wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the slowest gazelle, or it will starve. It doesn't matter whether you're a lion or a gazelle--when the sun comes up, you'd better be running" Roger Bannister * Running with a cold * Interview with Brad Spokes - training/racing with a cold * Brainfreeze race report * Review of Nature paper Intro music: Wheatmonkeys - Heat. Check them out on iTunes or at wheatmonkeys.com The candotri podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons 2.5 Canada License.

candotri 001: first steps

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* Choosing music for running * Metronomes in podcasts * The unicycle incident * About your host * Making energy gels - why, how they worked in the 1/2 for Haiti * Half for haiti race report - km 16 * Running in -34 weather * Chad's self-supported triathlon The candotri podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons 2.5 Canada License.