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In this episode, I discuss some recent research surrounding low-carbohydrate diets for endurance athletes. Be sure to check out two written posts below to learn more about this topic.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triLCHF vs. HCLF Diets and The Research: https://www.peakendurancesolutions.com/vo2-max-forum/the-vo2-max-forum/low-carbohydrate-vs-high-carbohydrate-diet-for-endurance-performance-what-does-the-research-sayLCHF Diets Update on Research: https://www.peakendurancesolutions.com/vo2-max-forum/the-vo2-max-forum/low-carbohydrate-high-fat-lchf-diets-and-endurance-performance-an-update-on-emerging-researchSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)Support the show
In this episode, I sat down and had a lengthy chat with Dr. Adrian Chavez related to navigating the information, or should I say 'misinformation', in the fitness and nutrition industry. Misinformation and the spread of this misinformation has harmful consequences on not only consumers, but also professionals in the field that are trying to share high-quality and evidence-based information to do their job as well as possible. This episode is a lengthy one, but is well worth the time spent listening as there is a lot to take away from this discussion.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionDr. Adrian Chavez Contact InfoInstagram: @dr.adrian.chavezPodcast: https://yournutritionprescription.libsyn.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I discuss a few of my top tips when "doing your own research", or as I would rather it be referred to, "gathering your own information". Navigating the world of information and misinformation can be very difficult with everyone out there claiming to be an expert. Who should you turn to for reliable and accurate information? Where can you go to gather your own information in order to help you form better conclusions on a topic? Who can you trust for good information? How can you potentially spot misinformation? These questions form the basis of today's episode and I will hopefully help you answer these questions for yourself so that you can be better prepared to gather unbiased and accurate information that ultimately helps you form more informed conclusions on a topic you are interested in learning about. Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triMOXiLIFE Nutrition MOXiLIFE offers nutrition products for athletes. Enter code "RYANE20" for 20% off at checkout.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I discuss a specific study exploring the relationship between various training plus lifestyle characteristics and injury prevalence amongst recreational/amateur triathletes. I discuss the individual findings of this study and tie in some of what I found to be the more interesting findings to the larger body of research surrounding strength training and sleep and their relationship with injuries in athletes.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triReferencesKienstra CM, Cade WH, Best TM. Training, injury, and lifestyle characteristics of recreational triathletes. Current sports medicine reports. 2021 Feb 1;20(2):87-91.Lauersen JB, Bertelsen DM, Andersen LB. The effectiveness of exercise interventions to prevent sports injuries: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. British journal of sports medicine. 2014 Jun 1;48(11):871-7.Huang K, Ihm J. Sleep and injury risk. Current sports medicine reports. 2021 Jun 1;20(6):286-90.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I discuss the evidence surrounding cold-water immersion and its potential to enhance the long-term, adaptive response to endurance training as well as long-term endurance performance outcomes.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triReferencesAllan, R., Sharples, A. P., Close, G. L., Drust, B., Shepherd, S. O., Dutton, J., ... & Gregson, W. (2017). Postexercise cold water immersion modulates skeletal muscle PGC-1α mRNA expression in immersed and nonimmersed limbs: evidence of systemic regulation. Journal of Applied Physiology, 123(2), 451-459.Broatch, J. R., Petersen, A., & Bishop, D. J. (2018). The influence of post-exercise cold-water immersion on adaptive responses to exercise: a review of the literature. Sports Medicine, 48(6), 1369-1387. Ihsan, M., Watson, G., Choo, H. C., Lewandowski, P., Papazzo, A., Cameron-Smith, D., & Abbiss, C. R. (2014). Postexercise muscle cooling enhances gene expression of PGC-1. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 46(10), 1900-1907. Joo, C. H., Allan, R., Drust, B., Close, G. L., Jeong, T. S., Bartlett, J. D., ... & Gregson, W. (2016). Passive and post-exercise cold-water immersion augments PGC-1α and VEGF expression in human skeletal muscle. European journal of applied physiology, 116(11), 2315-2326.Malta, E. S., Dutra, Y. M., Broatch, J. R., Bishop, D. J., & Zagatto, A. M. (2021). The effects of regular cold-water immersion use on training-induced changes in strength and endurance performance: a systematic review with meta-analysis. Sports Medicine, 51(1), 161-174.Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!
In this episode, I discuss the evidence surrounding cryotherapy and other cold therapies on recovery metrics following exercise. I also discuss recovery vs. adaptation more broadly amongst endurance athletes.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triReferences1. Alexander J, Allan DR, Rhodes DD. Cryotherapy in sport: a warm reception for the translation of evidence into applied practice. Research in Sports Medicine. 2021 Mar 12:1-4.2. Hohenauer E, Taeymans J, Baeyens JP, Clarys P, Clijsen R. The effect of post-exercise cryotherapy on recovery characteristics: a systematic review and meta-analysis. PloS one. 2015 Sep 28;10(9):e0139028.Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!
In this episode, I discuss the evidence surrounding Omega-3 Fatty Acids and endurance performance.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triReferences1. Philpott JD, Witard OC, Galloway SDR. Applications of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation for sport performance. Res Sports Med. 2019 Apr-Jun;27(2):219-237. doi: 10.1080/15438627.2018.1550401. Epub 2018 Nov 28. PMID: 30484702.2. Bernasconi AA, Wiest MM, Lavie CJ, Milani RV, Laukkanen JA. Effect of Omega-3 Dosage on Cardiovascular Outcomes: An Updated Meta-Analysis and Meta-Regression of Interventional Trials. Mayo Clin Proc. 2021 Feb;96(2):304-313. doi: 10.1016/j.mayocp.2020.08.034. Epub 2020 Sep 17. PMID: 32951855.Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I discuss the evidence surrounding supplements/substances that have some promise for enhancing endurance performance.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triEvidence-Based Supplementation for Endurance Performance - One-Page Reference GuideReferences1. Bishop, D. (2010). Dietary supplements and team-sport performance. Sports medicine, 40(12), 995-1017.2. Jones, A. M. (2014). Dietary nitrate supplementation and exercise performance. Sports medicine, 44(1), 35-45.3. Kreider, R. B., Wilborn, C. D., Taylor, L., Campbell, B., Almada, A. L., Collins, R., ... & Kerksick, C. M. (2010). ISSN exercise & sport nutrition review: research & recommendations. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 7(1), 1.4. Sports Nutrition Conference: Oxford, London. (2012). Available at https://myasucourses.asu.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-14289375-dt-content-rid-82469462_1/courses/2016FallB-X-NTR598-90747-90748/SNC%20London%202012.pdf.  5. Thomas, D. T., Erdman, K. A., & Burke, L. M. (2016). Position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Dietitians of Canada, and the American College of Sports Medicine: nutrition and athletic performance. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 116(3), 501-528.6. Peart, D.J., Siegler, J.C., & Vince, R.V. (2012). Practical recommendations for coaches and athletes: a meta-analysis of sodium bicarbonate use for athletic performance. The journal of strength & conditioning research, 26(7), 1975-1983.7. Kern, M., Misell, L. M., Ordille, A., Alm, M., & Salewske, B. (2018). Double-blind, placebo controlled, randomized crossover pilot study evaluating the impacts of sodium bicarbonate in a transdermal delivery system on physiological parameters and exercise performance: 2402 Board# 238 June 1 1100 AM-1230 PM. Medicine & science in sports & exercise, 50(5S):595.8. Misell, L., Kern, M., Ordille, A., Alm, M., & Salewske, B. (2018). Double-blind, placebo controlled, randomized crossover pilot study evaluating the impacts of sodium bicarbonate in a transdermal delivery system on delayed muscle onset soreness: 2403 Board# 239 June 1 1100 AM-1230 PM. Medicine & science in sports & exercise, 50(5S):595.Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I discuss evidence-based guideline surrounding fueling for endurance activity, including the role and recommended intakes of fluids, electrolytes (particularly sodium), and carbohydrates during endurance exercise.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triEvidence-Based Fueling Guidelines for Endurance Exercise - One-Page Reference GuideReferences1. Thomas DT, Erdman KA, Burke LM. Position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Dietitians of Canada, and the American College of Sports Medicine: nutrition and athletic performance. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 2016 Mar 1;116(3).2. Vitale K, Getzin A. Nutrition and supplement update for the endurance athlete: review and recommendations. Nutrients. 2019 Jun;11(6):1289.Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I discuss the role that static stretching has in the triathlete's training plan. There is a commonly held misconception that static stretching reduces the risk of injuries amongst endurance athletes. I discuss what the science actually tells us about stretching and injury risk as well as how to best use static stretching as a triathlete.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionReferences1.  Lauersen, J. B., Bertelsen, D. M., & Andersen, L. B. (2014). The effectiveness of exercise interventions to prevent sports injuries: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. British journal of sports medicine, 48(11), 871-877.Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I sat down with Caleb Guest and discussed some of the unique aspects of off-road triathlon compared to on-road triathlon, including race formats, race logistics and tactics, and physiological differences. There is something for both athletes and coaches to take away from this episode!Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionCaleb's Contact InfoInstagram: @coachguestTrainingPeaks Coach Profile: https://www.trainingpeaks.com/coach/coachcguest#aboutTriplex Training Staff: https://triplextraining.com/about/staff/Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I discuss a 2021 published study and some of the findings as they relate to the relationship between training volume and long-distance triathlon performance. Spoiler alert: more is not always better.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionEpisode 3: The Zone 3 Trap vs. Polarized Training https://vo2maxpodcast.buzzsprout.com/955429/3162514-episode-3-the-zone-3-trap-vs-polarized-trainingReferences1.  Sinisgalli R, de Lira CA, Vancini RL, Puccinelli PJ, Hill L, Knechtle B, Nikolaidis PT, Andrade MS. Impact of training volume and experience on amateur Ironman triathlon performance. Physiology & Behavior. 2021 Apr 1;232:113344.Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I discuss the effects of listening to music on performance, including listening to music during exercise and before exercise as these are both relevant to endurance athletes.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionThe Effects of Music on Performance Written Post: https://www.peakendurancesolutions.com/vo2-max-forum/the-vo2-max-forum/effects-of-music-on-exercise-performanceReferences1.  Ballmann, C. G., Maynard, D. J., Lafoon, Z. N., Marshall, M. R., Williams, T. D., & Rogers, R. R. (2019). Effects of listening to preferred versus non-preferred music on repeated wingate anaerobic test performance. Sports (Basel), 7(8), E185.2.  Ballmann, C. G., McCullum, M. J., Rogers, R. R., Marshall, M. M., & Williams, T. D. (2018). Effects of preferred vs. nonpreferred music on resistance exercise performance. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1519/JSC.00000000000029813.  Karow MC, Rogers RR, Pederson JA, Williams TD, Marshall MR, Ballmann CG. Effects of Preferred and Nonpreferred Warm-Up Music on Exercise Performance. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 2020 Jun 3:0031512520928244.4.  Lingham, J., & Theorell, T. (2009). Self-selected “favourite” stimulative and sedative music listening–How does familiar and preferred music listening affect the body? Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 18(2), 150–166.5.  Nakamura, P. M., Pereira, G., Papini, C. B., Nakamura, F. Y., & Kokubun, E. (2010). Effects of preferred and nonpreferred music on continuous cycling exercise performance. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 110(1), 257–264Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I discuss the placebo effect and how this phenomenon shows up in endurance sport. I discuss how the understanding of this concept is of use for both athletes and coaches alike. Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionThe Placebo Effect and its Role in Endurance Sport Written Post: https://www.peakendurancesolutions.com/vo2-max-forum/the-vo2-max-forum/the-placebo-effect-and-its-role-in-endurance-sportReferences1. Bérdi M, Köteles F, Szabó A, Bárdos G. Placebo effects in sport and exercise: a meta-analysis. European Journal of Mental Health. 2011 Dec 1;6(2):196.2. Roelands B, Hurst P. The Placebo Effect in Sport: How Practitioners Can Inject Words to Improve Performance. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 2020 Jun 3;15(6):765-6.Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I discuss some of the latest science surrounding the use of sodium bicarbonate to improve performance. Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionSodium Bicarbonate for Athletic Performance Written Post: https://www.peakendurancesolutions.com/vo2-max-forum/the-vo2-max-forum/sodium-bicarbonate-for-endurance-athletes-what-does-the-evidence-say References1.  Kern M, Misell LM, Ordille A, Alm M, Salewske B. Double-blind, Placebo Controlled, Randomized Crossover Pilot Study Evaluating The Impacts Of Sodium Bicarbonate in a Transdermal Delivery System on Physiological Parameters and Exercise Performance: 2402 Board# 238 June 1 1100 AM-1230 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 2018 May 1;50(5S):595.2.  Misell L, Kern M, Ordille A, Alm M, Salewske B. Double-blind, placebo controlled, randomized crossover pilot study evaluating the impacts of sodium bicarbonate in a transdermal delivery system on delayed muscle onset soreness: 2403 Board# 239 June 1 1100 AM-1230 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 2018 May 1;50(5S):595.3.  Peart DJ, Siegler JC, Vince RV. Practical recommendations for coaches and athletes: a meta-analysis of sodium bicarbonate use for athletic performance. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 2012 Jul 1;26(7):1975-83.Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
In this episode, I sat down with David Tilbury-Davis and discussed factors related to successful long-distance triathlon performance. There is something for both athletes and coaches to take away from this episode!Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionDavid's Contact InfoInstagram: @coachtilburs Twitter: @TilburyDavisCoaching Website: http://www.tilburydavis.com Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
Show Notes:In this episode, I discuss the science surrounding effective tapering for endurance athletes. I discuss, in particular, findings from a 2007 meta-analysis that demonstrates the framework for an effective tapering prescription. However, tapering is also an art too, and this is discussed within.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionEffective Tapering for Endurance Athletes: https://www.peakendurancesolutions.com/vo2-max-forum/the-vo2-max-forum/effective-tapering-for-endurance-athletesLove our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
Show Notes:In this episode, I discuss the scientific underpinning behind strength training for endurance athletes, including why it is beneficial and how to begin incorporating it into one's training routine.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionStrength Training for Endurance Athletes Part I - The Science: https://www.peakendurancesolutions.com/vo2-max-forum/the-vo2-max-forum/strength-training-for-endurance-athletes-part-i-the-science Strength Training for Endurance Athletes Part II - The Application: https://www.peakendurancesolutions.com/vo2-max-forum/the-vo2-max-forum/strength-training-for-endurance-athletes-part-ii-the-application Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!
Show Notes:In this episode, I sat down with Jim Vance (coach of Ben Kanute) and discussed running with power. We also chatted a bit about how he applies run power to Ben Kanute's and other athletes' training and racing.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionJim Vance Contact InfoInstagram & Facebook: @coachjimvanceTwitter: @jimvanceCoaching Website: https://www.coachvance.com Authored Book: Triathlon 2.0 Authored Book: Run with PowerLove our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
Show Notes:In this episode, I discuss the topic of correlation and how to cautiously approach observing correlations in training and racing. A lot of coaches and athletes tend to "jump the gun" and assume that a correlation means causation, but this is not always the case.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: peakendurancesolutions@outlook.comInstagram: @ryaneckert_triPublished Book on Amazon: Swim, Bike, Run, Happiness: My Journey to Overcoming DepressionLove our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/peakendurancesolutions)
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