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Consummate Athlete Podcast

Molly Hurford and Peter Glassford bring you the Consummate Athlete Podcast. A Wide-Angle-Podium Network show that looks at those who embrace multiple sports to lead enriched and adventure filled lives. We explore their stories and the tactics they use to be awesome in multiple disciplines.

Oct 30, 2020

Today we discuss the question of planning for the next season when it is many months off and, for 2021, a little uncertain. We focus on typical ways to plan a season and fall/early winter training for summer athletes. 

Topics

- why to plan

- reviewing last season

-plan out your months (remember family/work) 

- styles of...


Oct 27, 2020

Writer and accomplished cyclist Selene Yeager joins us to discuss Gravel Cycling. This is an episode from spring 2020 before the Covid19 pandemic. With Selene's new podcast and thoughts toward 2021 events, we thought now was a great time to share this episode that will help you with how to train, eat and choose...


Oct 23, 2020

Today we discuss the common fall (and pandemic) question ... What do you need to perform strength training at home. We also go into why you might want to do it year-round, the benefits, and some rough ideas for what a routine could look like. 

Links Mentioned

- Yoga resources on Consummate Athlete

- Anywhere Core...


Oct 20, 2020

Daniel Cleather is an associate professor of strength and conditioning at St Mary's University. As a coach he has worked with World and Olympic champions in athletics, rowing, canoeing and rugby. 

Please check out Dan's books the Little Black Book of Training Wisdom and Subvert https://amzn.to/31nSbLd

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Oct 16, 2020

Today we discuss the middle between where you are now and where you want to go, your point-A and your point-B. Whether you are going from a 4 hour to a 3-hour marathon or from a given health concern to being free of that and healthy, we talk about making the process fun and relevant. We look at common issues holding...