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Sport nutritionist Tara Postnikoff is back to cover the role of nutrition in immune health, the utility of genetic testing, some less-processed alternatives in sport nutrition, and advice for athletes switching to a less-meat or completely meat-free eating. 2:30 the role of nutrition in...

In the third installment of our 'Go Faster' series, Andrew and Michael revisit aerobars and crank length, look at ceramic bearing upgrades, 1x vs 2x drivetrains, and tires. 3:00 custom, 3D printed aerobars 4:00 off-the-shelf, long-pad options 8:30 Morf bars 11:15 the advantages of shorter...

The second episode in our series on getting you a faster bike split covers clothing, shoes, bike fit, and saddles. 2:00 race suit (kit) 3:00 what makes a race kit NOT aerodynamic: wrinkles or flapping fabric. Fit is everything. 4:45 be careful with buying kits...

Coach and friend of the show David Tilbury-Davis is back on the show to share his advice on first time Ironman attempts, training for early season races, and managing a compact race schedule. 1:30 first time IM bid Assess fitness history and strengths / weaknesses ...

Andrew and Michael speak with Gebiomized CEO Daniel Schade about bike fit, triathlon saddles, and how to make a memorable portmanteau company name! 1:30 what’s in a name? 4:30 the history of Gebiomized 8:00 how solutions find problems across industries 9:00 the technical details of pressure mapping sensor mats...

Andrew and Michael kick off a new mini-series devoted to making you faster on the bike with an episode about the fastest wheels, frames, and helmets. 7:30 wheels Deeper is faster in conditions with side winds. The stronger the side wind, the greater the...

Andrew and Michael pour over a limb-by-limb-by-front-fork breakdown of the aerodynamics of Andrew's bike position and discover some surprising results. 3:00 a primer on the Virtual Wind Tunnel 6:15 a dissection of Andrew (and his bike) BARS 4.4% FOREARMS 6.0% FORKS 3.7% FRAME 4.4% FR...