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Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Find out why thousands of beginner, intermediate, and advanced athletes are improving their training and racing with accessible, functional and genuine conversation about triathlon. An Age Group triathlete and his coach, who aren't afraid to laugh at themselves,look for smart and enjoyable solutions in a sport that's often dumb and painful. Mike Tarrolly and Robbie Bruce explore the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual side of training and racing everything from Ironman to a Sprint. on Monday and Thursday.
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Nov 20, 2017

How often do you really push yourself outside of the comfort zone? For a lot of us that happens as we train for our first big race, but after that can come complacency . . . or mediocrity. Today we discuss the complications involved with settling and or staying with a crowd and/or mindset that is holding you back.

Staying in your own lane
Why shrinking your circle is powerful
What are you doing when no one is watching, or listening?
The fear of wasting time
How to remind yourself of your true path on a daily basis
Why so many people “stay average”
The power behind “the little things”
“If I fail more than you, I win.” – Seth Godin
Happiness is not an action, it’s a state.
The C26 Book Club 

Podcast inspired by "Why Most People with Remain in Mediocrity" by Anthony Moore

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Nov 16, 2017

Is inspiration good if it doesn't create action? Today, Coach Robbie dives into Mike's brain to find out why he's so inspired, yet can't get training going. When does learning, planning, and researching turn into avoidance? 

- Does inspiration always need action?
- Re-connecting with what you want to do and achieve
- The guy in a top hat and handle bar mustache 
- Are you tired of settling?
- How to not care about what people think
- Why we let minor inconvenience trump momentum
- What worked in season works in off-season
- Painting the picture of your training
- Pre-mature optimization 
- If you're out of shape, start now
- The things we make up in our head that hold us back

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Nov 14, 2017

Something was missing in Somer Scandridge's life. She loved being a mom and taking care of her two kids every day, but she began to resent the fact that she didn't have something for herself. Her husband was gone every day finding fulfillment in a job that he loved while she felt she was lacking adult interaction. What started as a couple's spin bike venture quickly turned into a new and deep passion. Today she shares her story and encourages other stay at home moms (or dads) to ignite a new fire. And how that passion has made the entire family happier. 

Squadcasts is an ongoing series with our current C26 Triathlon athletes. They will be added as bonus podcasts within the main released casts on Monday and Thursday. We hope that you enjoy hearing stories from everyday athletes who have similar challenges and struggles as they grow in the sport. 

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Nov 13, 2017

One of the hardest parts of training is getting out of our own way. It's very easy to go "too hard" or "not go" when it comes to workouts, so having a clear grasp on WHAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU is the biggest part. Sometimes it's all about training your "state" of mind and body. Are you talking yourself into something that will hurt you in the long run? Track workouts, Off Days, Training Ruts, and bagging races.

Topics for today: 

Working out when sick
The Hardest Part of Running
The power of not racing
Truth about track workouts
Are you running too fast?
Coaching Pet Peeves
One day off per week method??
Talking yourself into the wrong decision
Training Ruts
Just put the shoes on
Holiday workout challenges
When You Have to much going on
The “Menu” workout plan
Why We Like Daylight Savings Time
College football talk
 

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Nov 9, 2017

Most triathletes figure out that most of their friends don't want to talk about their personal success journeys. Over time that can be a bummer and is the reason so many of us seek a community that supports, listens and inspires. That's at the core of why we started Crushing Iron and today we explore why all that stuff matters and can not only be the key to success in triathlon but life. 


- Connection in sport and life
- The power in being open and honest 
- Filling voids 
- The best drug is people- Asking the "dumb" question
- Americans and Diabetes
- The top causes of obesity
- Is obesity contagious?
- The six foods that make up majority of American diets
- Are we set up to fail in our diets?
- Obsession with hiding
- Friends vs. Relationships
- So Many Experts So Little Time

Adult Obesity Stats

Americans and Diabetes

 

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Nov 6, 2017

When you look back on your life or triathlon "career" will you be satisfied? Are you owning the little moments that make the difference? Ironman can be like a shiny new object, but what do we do when it's over and decide to keep doing triathlon? Today we look at finding joy in the little things and leaving no regrets on the table by "accumulating success." 

- Ugly Sweater Season Discussion 
- Brief College Football Rankings 
- Ironman Florida WINNER Elyse Gallegos celebration
- Tapping YOUR potential
- Leaving your "comfort zone" for consistency
- Why to NEVER miss easy workouts
- Executing today preparing for the extraordinary
- Same prison, different face
- Your precious time and never regretting 
- How getting sick can be a positive
- Ironman Depression, what is it??
- A reminder of How Lucky You Are 

Nov 2, 2017

We shouldn't decide to go pro or quit based on one workout . . . or race. The key to racing well is enjoying training, and that takes patience. The short-term power in being able to let go of the outcome. The ability to "be in the moment" is much different than being a prisoner of that moment and today we lay out several different ways to stay energized about the long-term potential of your triathlon experience. Topics include: 

  • Quick World Series recap and analogy of how you can be more like the Astros.
  • Progress Not Perfection 
  • Don’t Cut Down the forest, keep planting 
  • Do you have the courage to let go of the outcome?
  • Prisoner of the Moment
  • Shiny new objects
  • How do you enjoy “what is?”
  • Making workouts attainable
  • Enjoying getting better
  • Hurry Slowly
  • PRs without intent
  • Why smiling makes you faster
  • Mike's crazy Ironman dream and his "Old man Twitter" habits 

 

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The Crushing Iron Podcast is co-hosted twice a week by Mike Tarrolly and Robbie Bruce

 

Oct 30, 2017

No one wants to be uncomfortable but facing tough situations is where we find growth. Today we look at how to embrace fears we may have of the swim, bike, or run and adjust or push past them. Sometimes it's as simple as not entertaining the thought but other times it's about defining your real need. We also talk about complacency as a fear when you might actually be satisfied with something you can do better. 

- Becoming the strongest version of yourself when it's hard
- How negative thoughts manifest in your body
- We create our world through thoughts and the body responds
- Thoughts have to be entertained to have power
- Don't race with your old resume
- Stop limiting yourself
- The "Ironman Letter Jacket"
- I'll just do it tomorrow
- Wants vs. Needs with regard to training
- Where's the joy when improvement are harder to see?
- Raising the bar and lowering the pace

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The Crushing Iron Podcast is co-hosted twice a week by Mike Tarrolly and Robbie Bruce

 

Oct 26, 2017

Courtney Dauwalter just won the Moab 240 by a margin of 10 hours. She ran 238 miles in roughly 58 hours. She took two naps, one of 20 minutes one of one minute. She went 98% blind during the last 10 miles of her most recent 100 mile run. So, what's stopping you? Today we look at the our capabilities as triathletes and humans. 

- Courtney says her diet is nachos and candy
- The Moab race director is considering a 500 mile race next
- How much rest do we really need after an Ironman or marathon?
- Woulda, shoulda, coulda
- How to quit lying to yourself
- Is it Post Race Depression, or Post Purpose Depression?
- Eliminating built-in excuses
- Is it really more fun to wait?

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Oct 23, 2017

It's all connected, but this is far more than mind, body, spirit talk. It's about how you can believe in goals only to see them shattered because of the Domino Effect in triathlon. It's very real and will sneak up with you in many ways. How to hold your race together from pre-race through the run. All of the below topics are covered. www.patreon/crushingiron if you'd like to support our podcast.

-How often are you satisfied with your race results?
-Bouncing back from races
-Getting there mentally… then physically… spiritually…
-Addicted to the distractions
-Struggling in the off season
-What do you do when people aren’t looking?
-How this can be the most exciting time of the year
-Your determination to do the small things lead to a PR
-The cement within the bricks
-Hold me over races
-Early season vs. Late Season races
-Late season burnout
-Energy systems - Triathlon is one big domino
-Traditional Bike Speed vs. Swim, bike, run
-The Iron 10K
-The watch interprets the story, it doesn’t write it
-Putting your heart rate monitor in a box
-Why to quit testing so much
-Doing the things you don’t want to do

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Oct 19, 2017

Ironman Louisville 2017 was characterized by wind, rain, and falling temps, but we all know Ironman races are tough in general. Today, we take a deeper look at the race and how some of our athletes took it by storm, even negative splitting the marathon. It was a great day with lots of interesting learning points and we cover tons of them. 

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Oct 16, 2017

Mike and Robbie give a quick recap of the day that was Ironman Louisville... Highs, Lows, and in-betweens. The day was defined by wind and crazy temperature variance and made for a great challenge and a lot of success stories. We'll dig deeper into performances and things we learned from racing and other C26 Athletes who toed the line in Louisville in our Next podcast. Thanks to the dozens of C26 supporters who made their way to spectate. 

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Oct 12, 2017

When you're 4 days from your Ironman, the best thing to do is keep your mind quiet. Easier said than done. Today we preview our race at Ironman Louisville and go down the list with Ironman World Championship predictions. 

Are Ryf and Frodeno unstoppable?? Will Sanders make it happen? What about Ben Hoffman and Sarah Crowley?? Crushing Iron will answer those questions. 

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Oct 9, 2017

Mike and Robbie are about to descend on Ironman Louisville and today they talk about their last week of taper and break down the Ironman Louisville swim, bike, and run course. Dealing with the sun on the swim, the rough road on the bike, and the most important markers on the run. They've also been posting public training recap videos for about 90 days on the Crushing Iron YouTube page. Also, check out our coaching and training plans at www.crushingiron.com  

- How to handle the revised Louisville Swim Start
- The biggest challenges of the swim channel
- How to deal with the sun in the swim
- Breaking the swim course into section
- A bike strategy for Louisville's course
- Be careful of losing your bottles
- The most important thing to do on the first mile of the run
- Where to make decisions on the run
- The Louisville Finish Line 
- Much more . . . 

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Oct 9, 2017

We both searched for a “special” topic for our 100th podcast, but in the end it came back to you. We wanted to talk about what all of this means and why we got started in the first place. Sure, there is some triathlon discussion, but we’ve always felt the mission is connection. It’s about what inspired all of you to get into this sport. It’s about the pain and struggle we all face. It’s the need to become better at triathlon and life. There is something about being a triathlete that helps us all understand we’re in this together, and being able to share and grow with people on the same journey is much more valuable than tricks to race faster. We’ve learned a lot along the way, and 99% of that is thanks to you.

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Oct 5, 2017

"Don't Try." - Charles Bukowski

What if you didn't try so hard in your next race? Would it help you stay under control, more relaxed, and let the race come to you? We think so and today look at all the advantages of simply letting the race come to you. 

- How much is race energy worth?
- Executing your bike with patience 
- Are you a submissive runner? 
- The 3 Doors of Racing
- How do you race if your goal is shot early on?
- How do you meet or exceed "fictional numbers?"
- It's gonna hurt, how will you handle it?
- Relaxing in the water 
- Finding your flow in all three disciplines

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Oct 2, 2017

You decide to change your life. You pick up triathlon and push yourself harder than you have in years. It's tough, and even tougher to keep going. You tell yourself (and others) that you're a different person, but that doesn't mean all things are "good." Then one day it really starts coming together and you begin to find the real you.

- Being present for workouts
- Working with "what you got" in Taper
- The key to bike comfort
- The biggest obstacle to your best performance
- Life and training guilt 
- Letting go of a fake persona
- Manageable Discomfort
- Maintaining VS. Getting Stale
- Choosing the Hilly Route Home
- How breathing affects your race
- What it takes to stay in aero
- Planning for pain

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Sep 28, 2017

You always hear about "race strategy" but what does it really mean when applied to your actual training? Today, we look at how you can set a race plan that you can ACTUALLY HOLD during a race.  We give you a different perspective on "what to count" from your long rides, when you should make critical decisions within a race, and some of the biggest mistakes you can make on race day.

- How to get the most out of long rides
- How to know when you can PUSH in a race
- How to feel your best on race morning
- Understanding what you can really hold on race day
- The biggest mistake you can make on the bike
- The nutrition puzzle and why WHEN you take calories makes a BIG difference for your GI issues
- The best way to ruin your race
- When and how to make critical In-Race decisions
- Where you likely make the biggest mistakes in your race
- Making SMART vs. IMPULSE decisions
- Visualizing your race

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Sep 25, 2017

C26 Triathlon is on the ground in Chattanooga for Ironman and we discuss the race up to mid-bike, including the swim and another scorcher of a day for this race. We also dive into addiction, the REAL stuff that gets us into this sport and how we can try, but often fail to explain to friends why we would chose to do 140.6 mile races. 

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Sep 21, 2017

You have to like something before you can love it. It's easy to make a rash decision to do Ironman, but is that the best way to get motivated and be better? Today we look at how setting up your race calendar can help you make better decisions, keep your focus and make you more consistent. We look at the power of shorter races and why scheduling a race too far in advance can backfire. 

- Bib Lists
- How a race game plan can keep you extra motivated and focused
- Why you should step back from your first instincts after a race
- Ironman 70.3 Ohio
- Chattanooga 70.3 
- Putting "Markers" in place before you sign up for an Ironman
- Realistic planning for Kona
- How shorter races make you faster and stronger for Ironman
- Don't forget about the other 364 days of the year
- Why Racing too much doesn't help you
- How to develop your true END GOAL
- Setting up an easy 8-week jump from a Half to a Full
- How Too Much Time Backfires

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Sep 18, 2017
It's easy to let a perceived race goal build mountains of stress on our backs, but there's enough stress in life to carry extra burdens. Racing can and should be fun. Today we talk about the month leading up to Ironman Louisville and how we plan to let the stress drip away so we're relaxed and ready to have fun race morning. We also talk about ways to transform negative race events into fuel and clear your mind before/during a race.
 
  • How to Turn In-Race Hiccups into Fuel
  • In-Race techniques to enjoy the day
  • Social Media positive vs. negative energy
  • Getting Rid of Wasted Thoughts
  • How to let go of the race pressure
  • Finding Fun in Your Race
  • Listening to the body
  • Two Different Types of Racers
  • Fear and Finding Your Maximum Potential
  • Racing Free of Pressure and Stress 

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Sep 14, 2017

Post race is one of the most bitter sweet feelings in triathlon. There's nothing like finishing the race, but waking up to empty streets, where no one is cheering you home can be a little deflating after such a big day on the course. Don't beat yourself up!

Today we look at how to deal with post race letdown, how to overcome a lack of motivation, and how to get out of ruts at the end of your season. Rest is king after your race, but a few mistakes can put you on the wrong path in a hurry.  

- Post race blues
- Overcoming lack of motivation
- Getting out of ruts
- How to stay motivated and find gains in the off season
- Seasonal Depression
- Why NOW is the hardest part of triathlon
- How to rekindle your WHY
- Reaction from Ironman Wisconsin athletes on the Wave Start
- How much elevation does Ironman Wisconsin's Bike Course REALLY have?

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Sep 11, 2017

Mike and Robbie share what they saw this weekend at Ironman Wisconsin and Ironman 70.3 Worlds in Chattanooga. Mike was in Madison, Robbie was along the Tennessee river watching some of the best in the world. 

- Reaction from racers about the courses
- Discussion about each city's local reaction to hosting
- What we learned from each race
- What it was like meeting so many of you who listen to the podcast
- And what's ahead at Ironman Chattanooga and Ironman Louisville

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Sep 9, 2017

Ironman Wisconsin is a great environment and the Friday before the race Mike went to the water, drove the bike course, and ran the run course. He's done Ironman Wisconsin twice and puts together a few thoughts from today and combines them with his race experiences. Casual, late-night, hotel conversation. 

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Sep 7, 2017
There's a TON of action going on this weekend and C26 will be all over it . . . starting with this podcast which talks about the INTENSE course at Ironman 70.3 Worlds in Chattanooga, including why some "world qualifiers" may not make the swim cutoff... Gives an Ironman Wisconsin Preview. . . AND... because we've allegedly been getting to introspective on podcast lately . . . we've added a special section on Volume and Intensity... specifically how you accumulate tons of safe mileage. It's a little trick coach calls "spreading the peanut butter evenly." Robbie will be at Worlds and I'll be at Wisconsin so you can expect a lot of updates here in the closed group. Thanks for listening to our podcasts!
 
- Why Chattanooga Worlds swim course is as tough as it gets
- Pro-talk
- Who will thrive at 70.3 Worlds
- Ironman Wisconsin Preview
- How Starky will Do at IMWI
- Strategy for applying training loads
- accumulating safe volume
- icing on the cake runs
- micro training cycles
- spreading the peanut butter analogy
- Load and volume vs. intensity
- quality vs. quantity 
 

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