Pilot Episode | EP#0

 February 13, 2017

By  Mikael Eriksson

Pilot Episode | EP#0

That Triathlon Show - Triathlon Podcast

This is a quick trailer of what you can expect from That Triathlon Show. My goal is to make this THE go-to podcast for triathletes, and make it the best and biggest of them all. 

If you enjoy the show, could you please take a quick second to subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes? 

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)
  • You'll get two new episodes per week, on Mondays and Thursdays, so make sure you subscribe to the show (scroll down for links to subscribe).
  • Some of the episodes are interviews with athletes and coaches, some are solo episodes.
  • To get your QUESTIONS answered by host Mikael or by one of the amazing guests coming up, send your questions to me by email.  
  • Go to the main podcast page to enter the contest to win a $50 Amazon gift card - all you need to do is subscribe to, rate, and review the Show on iTunes.

Links and resources

  • Send feedback to host Mikael by email
  • Connect and hit me up on Twitter - my handle is @SciTriat
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Mikael Eriksson

I am a full-time triathlon coach, founder of Scientific Triathlon, and host of the top-rated podcast That Triathlon Show. I am from Finland but live in Lisbon, Portugal.

Please contact me if you have feedback on the podcast or want to make suggestions for improvement or send in a question for a Q&A episode.

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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

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