Peter solo interviewed this week’s guest, Brad Cox, for the podcast, and it’s a really fun episode. (Props to my dear friend Lodrina for the recommendation!) Acumobility is a really cool company that Brad and his wife started to try to help athletes hone their mobility routines so that every stretch is useful and impactful.
I’m a little late on this since this week’s Consummate Athlete Podcast episode is about to launch, but I didn’t want to forget about Jayme Moye, who has been one of my favorite podcast guests ever—and I’m pretty sure she and I were best friends in a past life or something, since our lives have
This was a really fun Q&A episode for June! Peter got to dive into some nitty-gritty about stage racing, PSI and bike-packing, and I like to think I was able to jump in with some practical advice that wasn’t just about the bike. For example, we talk a ton about sleep and prepping for BC
From the day we decided to start the Consummate Athlete Podcast and started a list of guests we would want to have on the show, I knew I wanted Mo Bruno Roy to be featured! She covers all the bases: she’s a consummate athlete herself, between her running, cyclocross, yoga and even ultimate frisbee background.
This was one of Peter’s first solo episodes, and it was fun for me to listen to it! Rich and him dive into the tips and what we’ll call ‘hacks’ of Ironman, the key workouts you need to do before race day, and what makes a good triathlete. If you’re somewhat curious about that multisport life,
Steve Magness and Brad Stulberg joined us this week to talk all things Peak Performance. They have written a book (called Peak Performance due out June 6, 2017) talking about ways we can achieve our best performance in the office, on the field, in any competitive field. It’s a really fun episode with two seriously smart
So, I love the We Got to Hang Out Podcast, and I admit, before I met Annalisa Fish and Abby Watson, I was SUPER nervous. (I get that way around really rad women. You should see me at a Bicycling staff meeting, I’m paralyzed because there are so many!) Anyway, they absolutely did not disappoint:
I talked to Traci of Aspire Performance back in February about some sports psych questions I had for an article, and the call that I had assumed would take 5 minutes ended up taking 30 because we got along so freaking well and had such a blast talking. So, I knew we needed to have
Sports scientist Stephen Seiler might not be someone you’re immediately familiar with, but if you’re in the running or endurance training sphere, you’ve likely been exposed to his ideas. He’s one of the great sports gurus on the ideas of building a proper training plan, avoiding that weird middle-of-the-road effort level, and staying focused on
I was really lucky to have spent the last few months in Southern California for many reasons, but one of them was definitely that I finally got to hang out with former Pro Tour rider, author, entrepreneur, Strava badass, podcaster and just generally cool-guy-to-know Phil Gaimon. We got cookies and coffee and talked about life,