A Great Free Resource

May 21, 2008 at 7:26 am Leave a comment

Over the past few weeks I’ve been using a fantastic free resource: The Tri-Talk Podcast.  The host, David Warden, is a top-level triathlon coach and triathlete and does podcasts (available on the website as well as iTunes) that focus on the scientific side of triathlon.

This scientific focus is what appealed to me.  Rather that having somebody simply conjecture about the best way to perform better in triathlon, David seeks out scientific data and then tries to help you apply that data to your run, bike and swim.  

In addition to the podcast, there are transcripts available on the website (for those of you who are bored at work and can’t listen to the podcast) and a Tri-Talk forum where users can ask there questions and have them answered by Dave as well as other members of the Tri-Talk community.

Sorry if this sounds a bit like a commercial, but this is truly my favorite podcast and is the top triathlon podcast on iTunes.  The best part is that even if you don’t like it, who cares…it’s free! 

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