Jan 16, 2022
If you've ever followed a fitness influencer online, you might have wondered how on earth they do what they do or look how they look -- and what you see may make you feel bad, and not good enough. On the podcast this week, Taren wants to dispel some myths and help you understand what's really behind a lot of what you...
Jan 9, 2022
Calories in, calories out is a highly debated topic in the world of health and fitness when it comes to weight loss. On the podcast today, we talk to Registered Sports Dietician Meghann Featherstun MS RD CSSD LD, who says science shows there's more to it than just calories in, calories out -- and she explains why!
Jan 5, 2022
Research has overwhelmingly shown good gut health is the key to good overall health; if gut health is poor, then having good overall health can be a challenge. On the podcast this week, we talk to Dr. Bernardo Petriz, who has studied the connection between gut health and exercise, and has some fascinating findings to...
Dec 28, 2021
Dr Kate Baldwin is a PhD with degrees in Sport Science and Physiotherapy. She conducted an enormous study, spanning 26 weeks, on the impacts of strength training on triathlon performance. The results of the study show that weight training is overwhelmingly helpful for improvement in endurance training/performance. On...
Dec 18, 2021
The Professional Triathletes Organisation took the triathlon world by storm with the inaugural Collins Cup event, as well as the new professional triathlete ranking system in 2021. On the podcast this week, we chat with PTO CEO Sam Renouf about what they've got in store for 2022.