Pilot Episode | EP#0
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In this Episode you'll learn about:
- The concept of That Triathlon Show
- The guests and topics we'll have on the Show
- How you can enter the podcast launch contest to win a $50 Amazon gift card
- That Triathlon Show is all about providing ACTIONABLE and USEFUL information for age-group triathletes - it's designed to make you a better triathlete, not to tell super cool stories (there are other podcasts for that)
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- Some of the episodes are interviews with athletes and coaches, some are solo episodes.
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Hi Mikael here’s a question that is like answering regarding running cadence. The background being that I feel my slow cadence is limiting my IM run. My Typical cadence at IM pace of 5min/km is about 156-160 and at typical efforts around 3.40 per km rises to around 180. This is the figure I believe I should be shooting for to improve mechanics, reduce ground reaction force etc. But at IM pace it feels quite choppy and obviously uncomfortable. I am going to persevere with strides at a fast pace with quick turnover and periods of steady state at about 170 to begin with. However I automatically speed up to 4.20s unless on treadmill. Any advice on cadence at what is essentially jogging pace for IM?
Hope this makes sense.
Keep up the good work
As you have probably heard by now, I answered this question on Q&A #7.