Find out why thousands of beginner, intermediate, and advanced athletes are improving their training and racing with accessible, functional and genuine conversation about triathlon. Mike (an aging Age Group triathlete) and Robbie (his coach and accomplished triathlete) look for smart and enjoyable solutions in a sport that’s often dumb and painful. Mike and Robbie explore the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual side of training and racing everything from Ironman to a Sprint. Since starting in November 2016, Crushing Iron has released nearly 100 podcasts loaded with information for triathletes of any skill level. New episodes on Monday and Thursday.
Here’s what listeners are saying about the Crushing Iron Podcast:
“Simple. Honest. Direct. Come listen to two guys and their tribe of the “why’s” of being an adult and playing triathlon. A fair and balanced look at many things triathlon, theories of the day, and life balance. Solid material for all levels!” – Shane in Utah
“Informative. Opinionated. Positive. Upbeat. Fun. Open. Layman’s perspective. Full spectrum of athletes. Family like group. Direct. Hands on.” – Lance in Virginia
“A triathlon podcast for the common man….or woman.” – Scott in Wisconsin
“T. R. I. A. T. H. L. O. N. Talking. Real. Information. About. Triathlon. Here. Locally. Or. Nationally.” – Korey in Kentucky
“The good, the bad, and the ugly of triathlon. A theory based funny guy and his full- bearded research driven coach try to make a positive change in the triathlon world. They talk about all things triathlon. From race prep to work/life balance. They cover all of the topics triathletes face on the day to day basis. Join them for some laughs, some dirty underground truths and podium placing advice to help you improve.” – Erika in Virginia
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