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The Taren's MōTTIV Method Podcast features professional endurance athletes, researchers in the health and fitness world, age group triathletes, runners, cyclists, swimrunners, and all types of endurance athletes. plus coverage of races and other triathlon events. Every Sunday night on the Taren's MōTTIV Method Podcast you'll hear fun, engaging and informative endurance-related conversations led by Taren.
 
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It's not clickbait -- Triathlon Taren and his Trainiacs are no more. His company name and direction is changing, and Taren is dropping the nicknames in order to embrace the future with the MōTTIV training app. On the podcast this week, Taren's wife No Triathlon Kim (NTK) joins Taren as they begin their cross country move, and they talk about why th…
 
Taren is back from hiatus, and the podcast has a new name! Taren's MōTTIV Method Podcast. On today's episode, Taren outlines his endurance sports (including triathlon) philosophy, sites studies that back up the new direction, and explains what makes up the four main tenets of the MōTTIV Method. STUDIES: Maximal strength training improves running ec…
 
Bob Seebohar is an exercise physiologist and a registered dietician specializing in sports nutrition, as well as an endurance athlete. In other words: he knows what he's talking about when it comes to fuel for endurance athletes. On this week's podcast, we talk about the best nutrition strategies for top endurance performance!…
 
Taylor Knibb has been quietly tearing up short course triathlon racing for years, but she has had a big spotlight shining on her lately as she won silver in the Tokyo Olympic relay event, and then beat IRONMAN World Champion Daniela Ryf in their Collins Cup match-up last month. On the podcast this week we find out all about this rising star in tria…
 
You probably know Dede Griesbauer by her voice, if you've ever tuned into an IRONMAN Live race broadcast. A professional triathlete (multi-time Ironman champion and top-10 Kona finisher), she provides expert commentary on the IM broadcasts. In 2020, she added a new discipline to her repertoire: she raced Ultraman Florida, winning the women's title …
 
Dr. Rafaella Sinisgalli is a researcher and a triathlete herself. She has studied the impact of training volume on triathlon performance, and the research definitively shows: more is not better! We hear from Dr. Sinisgalli on the podcast this week about her findings. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0031938421000366…
 
The inaugural Collins Cup takes place on August 28, 2021 in Samorin, Slovakia. 36 of the world’s best long-course triathletes will take part in a team competition to see who dominates the sport, in a USA vs. Europe vs. Internationals format. On the podcast, the CEO of the Professional Triathletes Organization (PTO), Sam Renouf, explains how the com…
 
You do all your training, but is there a way to predict how you'll perform on race day? On the podcast this week, we talk to researcher Dr. Paulo Puccinelli about his research into triathlon performance in amateur athletes, and some incredible findings showing what makes the biggest difference and what's a waste of time. Puccinelli is a sports medi…
 
There are very few runners who haven't struggled through an injury at some point or other. On the podcast today, we talk with Physiotherapist and running injury expert Brodie Sharpe, about the 5 steps you can take to stay injury free as a runner. For Brodie's book: https://mailchi.mp/runsmarter/e-book-sign-up-vol-1-2…
 
Erin Power is a Holistic Nutritionist and Health Coach who specializes in helping regular people achieve an "effortless relationship with food". On the podcast, we talk about Erin's three simple keys to feeling satiated all day long and making sure you have enough fuel to allow you to take on whatever exercise (and life tasks) you choose!…
 
Professional triathlete Sam Long joins us on the podcast days after his win at Ironman Coeur D'Alene. We chat about how he's gone from bursting onto the scene a couple of years ago, to top tier triathlete in just a couple of years -- and what steps he specifically took to get faster!
 
Although we know swim, bike, and run training are obviously critical for triathlon success, the one super important element that is often overlooked is strength training. On the podcast today, we talk to certified trainer Craig Slobodian (also the kettlebell trainer on our MōTTIV endurance training app) about how athletes can use strength to get fa…
 
Professional triathlete Ben Kanute has represented the USA at the Olympics. Yet even though he's long been at the top of his game, he has found a way to further improve his running. On the podcast, we find out the simple things he has done to improve his running -- things every amateur can apply to their training too!…
 
Maya Kingma had been racing on the ITU triathlon circuit for years, but has suddenly broken out this past year, placing 3rd at Yokahama and winning outright at Leeds -- to the point she's considered a favourite at the Tokyo Olympics later this summer. She credits visualization with being a huge reason she's finally reaching her physical potential! …
 
Sarah True is one of the most popular female professional IRONMAN athletes racing today, known for her upbeat attitude and friendly personality. But like many people, underneath the smiles and triathlon wins, Sara also struggles with depression. On the podcast today, we talk about how long she has battled mental health issues, why she speaks openly…
 
Kimberly Truesdell grew up in an unhealthy family, and was very heavy from a young age. But after her mom died young of complications from morbid obesity, she knew she had to make a change in her life. She took up running, and has since lost 110lbs -- and now has an IRONMAN 70.3 coming up, her first triathlon! We talk about how she lost the weight,…
 
John Clark is a former Britain's Natural Strongest Man (two times!) who is becoming an Ironman triathlete. Meanwhile, for the past few months, he's been training with Taren to build up run durability, to complete 48 marathons in 48 UK counties in 48 days later in 2021. On the podcast, Taren and John discuss how his training has been going, some of …
 
Patrick Lemieux is a sports agent in triathlon, representing athletes such as Lionel Sanders, after learning the ropes with former-triathlete-turned-marathon-runner Gwen Jorgensen (who is also his wife!) He talks about what athletes need to do to not only get sponsored, but to get an agent of their own, as well as some of the lesser-known situation…
 
Jimmy Kennedy is a PhD Candidate and a Senior Scientist at InsideTracker. On the podcast we talk about identifying overtraining in endurance athletes, and what can be done about it. He also talks about some of the biggest things triathletes need to be aware of that are going on in their bodies.
 
Two-time IRONMAN World Champion and multi-time ITU champ Chris McCormack may be retired from racing, but he's still a big player in the triathlon industry. Co-founder of Super League Triathlon, he's also the Managing Director of the Bahrain Endurance team, among many other projects he's involved in. He believes a change needs to come to triathlon, …
 
It's the 200th episode of the Triathlon Taren podcast! We're celebrating the past four years of podcast episodes. We talk about how we got started, and some of our favourite interviews and memories (including clips from our chats with Lucy Charles-Barclay, Tim Don, Patrick Lange, Gustav Eden, Ben Hoffman and more).…
 
Mandy Marquardt is a professional Sprint track cyclist, and she lives with Type 1 Diabetes. She competes on Team Novo Nordisk, an all-diabetic professional cycling team. On the podcast, we talk about being diagnosed at age 16, how she's been able to compete at a high level, and what it's like to manage her food intake as a competitive professional …
 
Running injuries. There's nothing that takes the joy out of training and racing than running injuries. On the podcast today, we talk to a run training expert, Brodie Sharp (host of the Run Smarter Podcast), and talk all about the most common causes of running injuries and how to prevent them!
 
Emma Carney was one of the top female triathletes of all time, winning absolutely everything, until a cardiac arrest took her out of competition. Retired from racing, and now a coach, she has written a book talking about her win-at-all-costs attitude, and what she teaches her athletes today.
 
One of the top cyclists in triathlon, Andrew "Starky" Starykowicz has spent the past year and a half fighting IRONMAN over a punishment for "doping" due to medication he was given when he was in hospital with a dangerous lung infection that was preventing him from breathing. We talk about his battle with IRONMAN, training during the pandemic, and r…
 
Dylan Johnson is a professional cyclist who has a popular YouTube channel where he digs into the science behind training methods, supplements, and many other popular beliefs in endurance sports. We talk about what he's found to really work, and what's not worth the time (eg: stretching, does it work or is it a waste?)…
 
Katrina "Kat" Matthews is a professional triathlete who has a very different approach to training than many of her fellow pros and even some amateurs. That approach most recently saw her win IM Florida and IM 70.3 Oteppa She believes in a much lighter training load than most, and that we don't need to smash ourselves to be successful in the sport!…
 
Mark A. Turnipseed was an addict who was living a lie: he was married to a woman but knew deep down he was gay, using drugs and alcohol to numb the pain of not being able to be his true self. He stumbled into triathlon, and the process of training for his first IRONMAN allowed Mark to commit to getting sober once and for all, and for finally coming…
 
Lizi Duncombe is a relatively new pro triathlete, having joined the pro ranks very soon after she started racing. With a handful of 2nd place finishes, and a couple of race wins (most recently 2020 IRONMAN 70.3 Oman Muscat right before the pandemic started), Lizi has a super promising future. We talk about her most embarrassing Zoom moment, her tra…
 
Anne Maher is a mom of two, and qualified for the Boston Marathon at her very first marathon ever in 2012. But while she's an excellent athlete, Anne preaches balance -- while she's serious about her run and triathlon training, she also refuses to give up balance in her life. Her blog and Instagram are Margaritas and Marathons, and we talk to her t…
 
Laura Philipp was the 4th place finisher at Kona in 2019, and the 3rd place finisher at the 2020 PTO Championship at Challenge Daytona. Yet, her name hasn't been well known in North America -- even though she's incredibly well known in Europe! Her husband Philipp Seipp is also her coach. We talk to the pair about her rise in the sport, their philos…
 
James Lawrence is best known as the Iron Cowboy, after he completed 50 Ironman triathlons in 50 US States in 50 Days. Six years later, he's now stepping it up to 100 Ironmans in 100 Days, starting in a couple months. We talk to him about why he's doing it and what his mindset will be this time, after enduring one of the most difficult things he cou…
 
Angela Naeth is a professional triathlete who has been competing at a high level in IRONMAN races (she had an 8th place finish at Kona in 2018), all the while battling Lyme Disease. We talk to her about how she new she had contracted the tick-borne illness, how she's managed to keep competing, and what treatment looks like these days.…
 
Ashley Reaver is a registered dietitian, nutritionist and lecturer at the University of California, Berkley. She's also the Lead Nutrition Scientist at Inside Tracker. We talk to her today about how triathletes can use blood testing to guide their triathlon nutrition and training, to understand what's going on under the hood, which can help improve…
 
Bill Christy is the head honcho of Challenge North America, the group behind the wildly successful Challenge Daytona (PTO Championship) race broadcast in early December. On the podcast this week, we talk to Bill about some behind the scenes info, how they accomplished a world-class product doing things never done before in triathlon, and what's nex…
 
Her name was already well known to Canadians as the top Olympic hopeful in triathlon in 2012, but now Paula Findlay's name is known worldwide after winning the 2020 Challenge Daytona race (also known as the PTO Championship). We talk to Paula about her dominant race against some of the best triathletes in the world, her training philosophy during t…
 
Richard Murray is a professional triathlete from South Africa who specializes in short-course racing. He joins Taren on the podcast to discuss who will be on the podium at the 2020 PTO Championship at Challenge Daytona this weekend. They also talk about creating content for their respective YouTube channels and more.…
 
Vincent Luis is currently the number one ranked ITU athlete in the world. He had a spectacular 2019 season, and now he's about to face off against some of the best IRONMAN athletes in the world at Challenge Daytona. On the podcast today, we dissect how things could play out at Daytona with a field of long-course vs short-course athletes. Who will d…
 
Ryan Hall holds numerous records as an Olympic marathon runner for the USA. But after getting to his lowest weight of 127lbs at 5'10", he became so injured that he had to give up running. He found himself in the weight room, and now he's 192lbs and healthier than ever. We talk with him about weight training for all endurance athletes, the best way …
 
Dani Lewis (formerly Danielle Dingman, she got married and changed her name!) is a pro triathlete who is one of the few people having a decent 2020. She's had a couple great finishes in the races she's been able to compete in (including a win!), and she was awarded a wildcard spot to Challenge Daytona this December. We talk racing during COVID, get…
 
What if we told you that simply breathing through your nose could lower your heart rate and improve your performance dramatically? That's what author James Nestor discovered as he researched his book, "Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art". He explains how the simple act of learning to breath with our mouths shut (especially while training) is a h…
 
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