November 23, 2016
Both John and Randy want to wish a Happy Thanksgiving to all of our listeners. As they approach a full year of shows, the support received from both people they know and from any they don't has been both eye opening and humbing. It is the goal of Fat Slow Triathlete to help people get started, get better, and acheive those BHAG's. The people behind FST hope that it has been successful.
This week, they explore once more the new enhancements to TrainingPeaks (workout builder), then answer a listener question about the real differences between these different Garmin watches, especially the 725XT, the 920XT, and the Fenix 3. John also gave in to his coach and training partner and sought help from a sports medicine doctor. He talks a bit about how that went and his impressions of it overall.
This week's music is from Adam Sandler ... of course ... in honor of Thanksgiving. "The Lonesome Kicker" for the football games we all enjoy SO much, and "Turkey Song" because, well, duh.
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!!!
November 16, 2016
At the half century mark John and Randy discuss keeping focus and motivation up during the normal off-season doldrums we all go through. 13 great points to ponder.
Music from Alice Cooper's Brutal Planet include "Gimmee" and "It's the Little Things"
November 10, 2016
Debbie Potts from Fitness Forward joins John one on one tonight. Debbie is the Owner, trainer and coach of new unique personal training & small group training boutique private fitness studio in downtown Bellevue, WA. Debbie has been a competitive athlete for most of her life. She has been a top age group triathlete and runner as well as a 15 Ironman finisher, 5 times Ironman Hawaii World Championship qualifier and multiple Boston Marathon qualifier. She coaches client’s individually online for metabolic efficiency, running, trail running, cycling and triathlon events.
Debbie has a book coming out on November 29th called "Life is not a Race ... It's a Journey" and will be available at Amazon.
More from Zombie at the beginning and something lighter at the end
November 1, 2016
Episode 48 find John and Randy discussing the new feature in TrainingPeaks to use TSS and CTL for training plans and events. Their clients will probably be seeing this in the near future. Discussions also went to our feeling on time limits, what coaching really is, more dental frustrations, and some Walking Dead talk.
In honor of Halloween, this week's music is from Rob Zombie ("Thunder Kiss '65") and Warren Zevon ("Werewolves of London")