The only podcast dedicated to making you a faster cyclist. TrainerRoad's Ask a Cycling Coach podcast gives you the chance to get answers to your cycling and triathlon training questions with USAC/USAT Level I certified coach Chad Timmerman and other special guests.
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Coach Jonathan is out on paternity leave, so the rest of the podcast crew will be hosting for the next month. Up first? Our very own Coach Chad! We’ll cover whether coffee drinkers should manage their hydration differently, whether recovery days hurt... more
Coach Jonathan's having a baby, so we're off this week and the rest of the podcast crew will be hosting for the next month. Keep sharing the podcast with your friends, rating the podcast, and submitting your questions at www.TrainerRoad.com/podcast, ... more
Does spending time outside in the heat cause heat adaptation, what can you do to lower RPE in the heat, and does training in the heat cause swelling? We’ll cover this as well as a discussion on fat burning for endurance athletes, the aerodynamic impl... more
First of all, nothing is hearsay on this podcast. You will hear peer reviewed study after peer reviewed study. Occasionally, to a fault. 😂 But it’s great. They use science to help us understand what we can do to be a better cyclist. Covering everything from nutrition to race plans, to workouts—you will get faster from listening to this podcast. I have. more
This used to be the greatest cycling podcast you could possibly find, and then somewhere along the way all it became was a podcast for Jonathan to constantly interrupt everyone to offer his own opinions over and over. It used to have fantastic content, but that too has slowly been replaced with long monologues of race experiences the individual coaches had which is simply neither entertaining nor useful. A real pity that the podcast has faded in quality over the last year or so.
I love the input from all perspectives and panel/ team. It’s heartening to hear women talking cycling. I get a lift from all the positivity and laughing. Cycling is such a fun sport, and this podcast makes a valuable contribution to my enjoyment and experience of cycling. Thank you and please keep enjoying what your doing here.
I listen to the TR podcast while I’m in the car taking road trips, much, much better than bland music for the masses. My wife is a marathon runner and also benefits from hearing about nutrition, training intensity and rest and recovery.
I love the podcast which is very detailed and excellent for long turbo sessions. Otherwise they can be a little long. I found a recent podcast was perfect at 1hr duration. Keep up the good work.
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Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast launched 7 years ago and published 387 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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