Interview: Joe Skipper on his top training tips and 2022 plans

Joe Skipper says he still can’t find a coach that’ll “put up with me”, but he’s flying the union flag when it comes to British men in long-course triathlon. The only male Brit ranked inside the Professional Triathletes Organization top 40 – mixing with the big hitters at No. 7 at time of print (No. … Read more

Interview: Ruth Astle on St George hopes and her role in Sub8

British triathlete Ruth Astle made a statement when she won the age-group race at the Ironman World Championship in 2019, turning pro just one year on. Now, she’s lining up for the Ironman World Championship again, only this time Astle, who’s sponsored by INCUS Performance, is doing so as a pro. What’s more, she’s doing … Read more

Ryan Haebe Interview | From Collegiate Success to a Tragic Accident and Back to the Trails on his Terms

Ryan Haebe dominated D2 Cross Country and Steeplechase in 2011 and 2012, earning himself and his tam National Champion titles and nearly every award in collegiate athletics. He then earned himself a spot at the Olympic Trials. Ryan was firing on all cylinders and according to those who raced against him, he was a fierce … Read more

Interview with Professor Daniel Lieberman

In this episode we speak with Dr. Daniel Liebermanprofessor of Biological Sciences at Harvard University, whose influential research has helped popularize the idea that humans are born to run. His new book is called Exercised -Why Something We Never Evolved to Do is Healthy and Rewarding. Daniel Lieberman is a professor of Biological Sciences at … Read more

Interview with Dr. Stacy Sims

In this episode we speak with Dr. Stacy SimsPhD., an Environmental Exercise Physiologist and Nutrition Scientist specializing in sex differences in endurance training. She’s the author of the book Roar which I wear I recommend to someone at least once a week! Dr. Sim’s research has had a big impact on my thinking, especially when … Read more