Endurance Hour #193

This week: Dave and Roger discuss Emma's latest swim meet (Roger's daughter), Ice Baths for Recovery, Listener Voicemail about scheduling weekly workouts, Roger gets robbed! and our guest interview this week is swim coach Rory Buck, talking about bilateral breathing.  If you'd like to be a guest on the show or

Endurance Hour #192

This week: Dave and Wendy discuss developing a 2017 Action Plan (Free PDF Download below), a Listener Voicemail Question about Cycling Shoes vs. Triathlon Cycling Shoes, Core exercises for Endurance Athletes and our special guest this week is Cindy Dallow, Registered Dietitian, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and Triathlon Coach. If you'd like to be

Endurance Hour: 9 Benefits of Foam Rolling

The first time I was exposed to this newly-introduced concept of rolling on a piece of foam was during my initial visit to Cornell University. As I entered the hockey dressing room for the first time, I watched Sean Collins, now a member of the Washington Capitals Organization in the

Endurance Hour #191

This week: Dave and Roger discuss running in the snow, winter training, treadmill drills and workouts, 1x Bike Set-ups, Pro Prize Money, Pro Race Entry Strategies, Doping in Sports and much more.  This is a really good episode!  Links to topics discussed on this episode can be found in the

Endurance Hour: 5 Steps to Creating a Triathlon Training Plan

Below are 5 simple steps I follow to help create training plans for my athletes. Step 1: Determine your goal event When I start coaching an athlete, before I write the details of their plan, I ask them to fill out a detailed questionnaire and then we discuss their goals and experience.

Endurance Hour #190

This week: Dave and Roger welcome swim coach extraordinaire, Rory Buck from ICanSwimFast.com.   If you'd like to be a guest on the show or know someone who should be on the show, email  Dave@DaveEricksonMedia.com with "Podcast Guest" in the subject line.  Brands, Sponsors and Collaborators, please email us with "Podcast Partnership" in

Endurance Hour: Glute Bridge Exercises

Glute Bridge with Ironman Dave Erickson

What’s so great about the glute bridge? It’s simple, it’s versatile, and everyone who sits on their butt for hours or wants to be stronger and more powerful stands to benefit from it. The classic glute bridge is great to perform anytime, especially towards the start of a workout. Remember to

Endurance Hour #189

This week: Dave and Wendy discuss New Year's Resolutions verses Goals and answer 5 voicemail questions from listeners.  If you'd like to be a guest on the show or know someone who should be on the show, email  Dave@DaveEricksonMedia.com with "Podcast Guest" in the subject line.  Brands, Sponsors and Collaborators, please email

Endurance Hour: Swimming Hard, Swimming Smart – The Phelps Way

Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian of all time, with a total of 28 medals. Phelps also holds the all-time records for Olympic gold medals (23), Olympic gold medals in individual events (13), and Olympic medals in individual events (16). In winning eight gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Games, Phelps broke

Endurance Hour #188

This week: Dave and Roger reflect on the 2016 season as well as their hopes for 2017.  They run down the "Best of Triathlon Awards 2016" according to Triathlete.com, The Forward Podcast guest list and their most memorable interviews, the Ironman World Championship coverage on NBC, Training preparation and mental