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Zwift Power Up Tri Podcast - Complete Episode List

on July 09, 2019

The Power Up Tri Podcast is hosted by former pro triathletes Matt Lieto and Jordan Rapp, who lend their in-depth knowledge of the multisport to the Zwift Tri audience.

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Episode 10: Mike Reilly

Triathlons: Then vs Now

Almost half-a-century old, the sport of triathlon has seen its fair share of progress. A pillar of the sport for decades, tri legend Mike Reilly is a staunch advocate of its positive effects. He stops by in Episode 10 to talk all about it. How it’s evolved. What the scene looks like now versus then. His experiences, and recently published book, Finding My Voice. The crew also goes over a few recent races, and checks in on some interesting tech from E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo.

Jul 1, 2019


Episode 9: Lucy Charles-Barclay

Age and Performance

One of the reasons long-distance triathlon is so beloved is its all-ages appeal. Young. Old. It doesn’t matter. If you have the drive to go the distance, you can be a triathlete. Over the years, there’s been frequent debate on what the “ideal” age is for top performances. Traditionally, “older” (30–40) has been seen as better, with experience and knowledge helping tri veterans make it to the podium. Lucy Charles-Barclay is pushing back.

Only 25 years old, she’s already racked up a number of Ironman wins as well as three World Championship podiums. She joins the crew in Episode 9 to explain how younger athletes can approach races similar to older competitors, and how age is just a number when it comes to experience and tri knowledge. We also talk about Allied's successful gravel bike launch in Kansas as well as other recent happenings in the tri scene.

Jun 14, 2019


Episode 8: Tim Don

All About the Zwift Academy Tri Team

Want to know more about the Specialized Zwift Academy Tri team? Here's your chance.

We sat down for a chat with Tim Don — a tri legend and one of the team’s two mentors — to talk about the camp at Morgan Hill. The workouts. The team. The gear. Everything. We also dive into triathlon training tips and some awesome new tech: the DJI action camera and Wahoo Elemnt Roam.

Jun 1, 2019


Episode 7: Mark Allen

Judging Performances Over the Years

How do we judge athletes over time? Are "World Records" the best way? The most wins?

We asked one of the greatest of all time, Mark Allen, to explore the topic. With 6 Kona wins and multiple World Championship titles over various distances and a record-setting 21-race winning streak—he knows what it takes to be the best. Plus: Jordan and Matt talk shop with Mark about triathlon and see what makes him tick.

May 18, 2019


Episode 6: Sebastian Keinle

Staying Motivated

Staying motivated to train hard every year can be challenging, but when you’re a professional, it’s necessary.

2014 Ironman World Champion, two-time 70.3 World Champion, and three-time European Champion Sebastian Kienle knows a thing or two about this.

In Episode 6, he dives into the demands of staying motivated and goal-setting when you’ve already been on the top. Jordan and Matt also give an exclusive behind-the-scenes look into the creation of the new Watopia expansion and discuss the latest wetsuit brand creating waves.

May 7, 2019


Episode 5: Heather Jackson

Balancing Life and Performance

Can you be a successful athlete while maintaining a healthy social life?

In Episode 5, IRONMAN record holder and World Championship podium finisher Heather Jackson chats with Matt and Jordan about her sports background before diving into the question of the day.

As always, Jordan gets into the latest and greatest tri tech and we also debate how many pillows it takes to truly be comfortable before a big race.

Apr 20, 2019


Episode 4: Ben Hoffman

The Business Side of Being a Pro

6x IRONMAN Champion Ben Hoffman joins Matt and Jordan to dive deep into the business side of triathlons and how pros can make a sustainable career out of it. Between sponsorships, networking, and social media, they cover it all.

Apr 8, 2019


Episode 3: Greg Henderson

Cycling vs Triathlon Bike Training

It’s a crossover episode! Greg Henderson of the Power Up Cycling podcast visits Matt and Jordan to talk training differences between cycling and triathlon.

A cycling perspective can help triathletes tackle typical weaknesses on the bike.

Mar 21, 2019


Episode 2: Holly Lawrence

Eating Disorders in Endurance Sports

2016 Ironman 70.3 World Champion Holly Lawrence joins Matt and Jordan to talk training, racing, life, injury, dietary habits, doping accusations, and everything in between. Episode 2’s key topic dives into nutrition, from carbo-loading with sweets to whether leaner is better in the world of tri.

Mar 7, 2019


 

Episode 1: Lindsay Corbin

What is Off-Season?

Linsey lends her expert knowledge on the topic of how to do off-season right. Matt, Jordan, and Linsey tackle the tough topic of knowing when to shut it off and give your body rest, but actually resting and not just posting about #offseason on social media.

Feb 20, 2019


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