Lost in Transition Triathlon Podcast

Lost in Transition is a triathlon podcast with tips, tricks, interviews and giveaways, hosted by Chris Gerard and Lana Burl.

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      episode 53: “Mr. XTERRA” and SwimRun Standout Marcus Barton


      Marcus Barton has made a quite a journey in the off-road triathlon scene. From training on a $50 used mountain bike before his first race to taking podiums at races all over the U.S. and abroad, he's become known as a formidable opponent as well as a friendly face to veterans and newcomers alike. 


      He was named "Mr. XTERRA" in 2016 for exemplifying the values of community and volunteerism that off-road triathlon espouses. 


      Recently, he's added SwimRun events to h...


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      episode 52: Shred the Highest Mountains with MTB Pro Kaysee Armstrong


      Kaysee Armstrong a pro mountain biker with the the Liv Trail Squad team. She won the grueling Trans Andes stage race in 2017 and 2018 and swept the collegiate mountain bike nationals a few years ago. She also helps others get hooked on mountain biking through her involvement in the Bell Joyride Clinics, the Little Bellas cycling program, and the Smokey Mountain Bears middle and high school mountain bike teams.



      Some topics covered  include:


      • Her ...


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      episode 51: Round Table: Inside the Twisted Mind of a First-Time 140.6 Triathlete


      In this impromptu roundtable, one-and-done Ironman Derek Tingle quizzes host Chris Gerard at the eight-week-out mark from his first 140.6 at Michigan Titanium. 



      Many topics were covered, most resulting in incredulous laughter on Derek's part. 


      • His questionable training choices swimming and biking last winter

      • How a different  approach helped in the first 70.3 of the season

      • How he's adjusting to the calmer, slower pa...


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      episode 50: Strength Training for Triathletes with Patrick Morris


      Patrick Morris is the Performance Lab Director at Podium Sports Medicine, certified personal trainer and brand-new triathlete!



      He stopped by the show to talk about:


      • Why triathletes are historically bad at strength training (a struggle he understands even better now after taking up triathlon)

      • What priorities triathletes should have with strength training (and how those may differ from traditional strength training


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      episode 49: Lori Nedescu — Pro Cyclist, Marathoner, Instagrammer and Recovering Triathlete


      Lori Nedescu is a pro cyclist, elite marathoner, and has created quite a buzz on Instagram with her amazing pictures of healthy, portable recipes and her adventures travelling and living out of a retrofitted van. 



      In this episode, we talk to Lori about: 


      • Travelling and living out of a retrofitted van

      • How she handles nutrition with limited space and cooking facilities on the road

      • How she's influenced the nutrition h...


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      episode 48: Triathlete and Coach Kristen Seymour of Fit Bottomed Girls


      On this show, we talk to Kristen Seymour, co-owner of the Fit Bottomed Girls brand. The site just celebrated it's 10th year with a new look and a combination of their sites into one. Kristen is a triathlete and USAT Level One Coach and writes extensively on nutrition, goal setting, and many other topics. She's heard weekly on the Fit Bottomed Girls Podcast. 



      • The Fit Bottomed Girls story (yes, the name is based on the Queen song)

      • Kristen's ...


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       2018-06-04  46m
       
       

      episode 47: Record-Breaking Masters Runner and Coach Pete Magill


      Pete Magill is pretty darn fast for an old guy. OK, that should really read "record-breakingly fast." 


      After a nearly two-decade hiatus from running working jobs that were not terribly friendly to fitness (nightclub manager on an island and screenwriter in California) and battling through some substance abuse issues, Pete made a roaring comeback in the master's running circuit, setting the 5K world record for athletes 49 and up with a 14:45 performance. 




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       2018-05-30  52m
       
       

      episode 46: Dr. Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson on “The Brave Athlete” (Rebroadcast)


      (This interview first aired in June of 2017)


      Dr. Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson are the dynamic duo behind Braveheart Coaching and the new book The Brave Athlete: Calm the F*ck Down and Rise to the Occasion (2017, VeloPress).


      Lesley is a three-time off road triathlon champion, Ironman champion, coach, actress and screenwriter. Simon is a PhD. and former professor at University of California at San Diego and San Diego State. He's written extensively and...


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       2018-05-21  56m
       
       

      episode 46: Dr. Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson on “The Brave Athlete” (Rebroadcast)


      (This interview first aired in June of 2017)


      Dr. Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson are the dynamic duo behind Braveheart Coaching and the new book The Brave Athlete: Calm the F*ck Down and Rise to the Occasion (2017, VeloPress).


      Lesley is a three-time off road triathlon champion, Ironman champion, coach, actress and screenwriter. Simon is a PhD. and former professor at University of California at San Diego and San Diego State. He's written extensively and...


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       2018-05-21  56m
       
       

      episode 45: Endurance Athlete Entrepreneur: Orange Mud’s Josh Sprague


      Josh Sprague grew up with the crazy adventure that an outdoorsy life in a small town brings.  His passion for design and "taking what sucks about a product and making it better" combined with his passion for endurance sports to create Orange Mud. 


      From humble beginnings and hand-stitched prototypes in 2012, Orange Mud has become known worldwide as the purveyor of premium hydration products for serious endurance athletes. They've branched off into other products as well, such a...


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       2018-05-14  51m