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Coaches on Couches Ep. 49 – Benefits of a Coach to the “Non-Competitive” Athlete


This week, we discuss the benefits of having a coach to those who don’t consider themselves competitive in their sport.

We answer a listener question: “with little hope or desire to become a pro, what are the reasons to train with a coach?”

You may not think you’re (fill in the blank) enough to work with a coach. But the truth is, if you have a desire to improve in any aspect of health, wellness, or sport performance, a good coach is worth his or her weight in gold.

If you’ve ever considered hiring a coach but talked yourself out of it for whatever reason, you won’t want to miss this episode.

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Shout Outs:

Mighty Mite Triathlon
Tim Linn – fastest splits in all 3 sports – Exhibition
Phillip Young – 4th overall
Jessica Wang – 1st AG
Chris Watts – 7th overall

Sally Landham – 4th Overall at The Eurekan.

Liz Hall – fastest mile split to date

Good Luck
Ohio 70.3
TN State Road Race

Coaches on Couches Ep. 48 – Is There a Downside to Racing Too Much?

We all LOVE to race. Some fast. Some long. But for the competitive minded person, racing is the reward! It’s why we continue to put in the work week after week. It’s why we get up early and train late into the day. It’s why we take a pass on some social outings and refrain from…ummmm…lots of things.

But, could there be a downside to racing too much? The answer is a resounding YES!

We know, say it ain’t so! Your whole foundation and identity as an athlete has just been shook to the core. But the fact is, there are a few pretty compelling arguments against racing too much. We see it every year as we put together yearly race calendars for our athletes. But we’ve got a few simple solutions so you can race faster when it counts, and gain a bit more balance to your active lifestyle (read stay married).

Shout Outs:

Paris Landing Triathlon
Heather Nichols – 4th Overall Female Sprint
Jamie Bailey – 2nd Overall Female Olympic
Jessica Wang – 3rd AG Sprint
Tom Ratliff – 2nd AG Sprint
Chris Watts – 2nd AG Sprint
Jordan Green – 1st Overall Olympic
Adrian Hall – 2nd AG Olympic

Tony Gambrell – 8th Overall – Fort Desoto Sprint Tri

Liz Hall – 2nd AG/12th Overall Female – Memphis Road Race Series

Delta Airlines for Cutting Bike Box Fees!

Good Luck
Mighty Mite Triathlon

Coaches on Couches Ep. 47- Tim Linn – Pro Triathlete – Family First Tri

This week on the couch we talk to international pro triathlete and all around good guy Tim Linn @familyfirsttri. We’ll be talking about his journey in triathlon and how he integrates family and maintains the family first approach to his training and racing. We discuss his upbringing, life in South Korea, how his hobby became much more, and even some tricks for blending training with family time. If you are working on integrating your family into your endurance sports lifestyle, you won’t want to miss this.

#triathlon #triathlete #protriathlete #podcast #trihard #trikorea #ironmantri

Leigh Ruston
Cindy Clark
Dr. James Downing
Adam Firrone
Matt Joiner
Kirsten Sass
Scott Rollins

Good Luck
Paris Landing Triathlon Athletes

Coaches on Couches Ep. 46 – Gear Talk

Coach D and Coach B-Fun talk about a few products they are presently using or have used based on these criteria:
1. New Products – How it’s going so far
2. A product or two we can’t live without
3. A product or two we want to smash (these seem to be coming along more frequently)
We all love gadgets and gizmo’s so this one should be a good ole time.
This week we join you for another midsummer edition of #coachesoncouches

#gear #gearnerd #cycling #running #triathlon #podcast #coachlife

Jamie Bailey
Heather Nichols
Adrian Hall
Phillip Young
Greg Rohde
John Zinn
Michele Weir
Leigh Ruston
Adam Firrone
James Downing

Coaches on Couches Ep. 45 – Jonny Brown – US Pro National Road Race Champion

Warning: We had a lot of laughs on this one….

Today we chat with home town hero and reigning US Pro National Road Race Champ Jonny Brown.

We cover everything from pros and cons of the pro cycling lifestyle, to how he nabbed the stars and stripes jersey (awesome strategy), to his unwavering support for youth and junior cycling. Make it to the end and he even spills the beans on how much training he does each week.

And you heard it first…Tiger Lane Crit is harder than Paris Roubaix.

Shout Outs!

Phillip Young 3rd overall Lake Pflugerville Triathlon and 3rd Cat 4/5 in Tiger Lane Criterium

Meg Densmore – Kingali Half Marathon

901 Racing/Tiger Lane Crits

Hot Tubes Junior Development Team