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What Is Causing Your Persistent Shoulder Pain (And How To Fix It) with Brad Beer

Joining us in this podcast is Brad Beer who is an APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist, Founder of POGO Physio, best-selling author of ‘You CAN Run Pain-Free!’, podcast host of The Physical Performance Show, and also an experienced runner and triathlete. 1:08 Working with Elite Athletes2:28 Common Trend in Injuries Among Athletes5:05 Avoiding Injuries When […]

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Wiping 9 Minutes From Your Ironman Swim Time With Amy Ryan

rAmy recently did the Cairns Ironman. She had a pretty big PB. She went from 1:18 down to 1:09. I invited her to the podcast to chat about what she did to make such a big improvement on her swimming speed. 01:05 What Inspired You To Work On Your Swimming02:26 Take Away From The Effortless […]

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The Highs And Lows Of Being An Olympian with Julie McDonald

Julie McDonald is one of Australia’s most celebrated Swimmers. She’s competed in 2 Commonwealth Games and 2 Olympics. Julie held the Commonwealth Record for the 800m freestyle for 21 years, the longest standing record for any Australian. Join me as Julie talks about her experience competing in the Olympics. 00:46 Exciting Swimming Events Going On06:00 […]

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How A Few Small Changes To His Technique Wiped 70 Seconds From His 1000TT with Abe Goldberg

Abe Goldberg has recently been through the 5-Day Catch Challenge. He knocked 7 seconds per hundred of his 1000 yeard time trial. I thought it would be great to get him on so that he can share what he changed about his stroke and about his swimming because I think it’s going to be relevant […]

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How To Beat Jan Frodeno Out OF The Water With Sam Laidlow

My guest today is Sam Laidlow who is considered one of the best triathletes in France today. He is born in the UK and was raised in French Pyrénées. Join us as Sam talks about his training, beliefs, and goals. 00:46 Working Hard And Working Smart01:59 Dad As A Coach03:39 Swimming 3X A Week05:22 Big […]

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What It Takes To Be Successful In Marathon Swimming with Phil Rush

In this episode, I am chatting with Phil Rush, who has the fastest double and triple crossing of the English Channel. In this episode, we chat about a number of things including how can you get better at adapting to the cold, the type of training that you need to be doing if you are […]