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Here at TB12, we’re focused on empowering anyone to live pain-free and perform their best. The goal of the Keep Going Podcast is to create meaningful connections between our global, health-minded audience and a diverse group of world-renowned athletes, coaches, and subject matter experts. We believe that better health comes from paying better attention, so tune in with an open mind and let’s get better together. Let’s go!
 
Colby Pearce has been a Steve Hogg Certified expert bike fitter for the past 10 years and has worked with elite athletes and WorldTour teams, including EF Education First. He is also an elite cycling coach and has been passing along his wisdom to the riders he coaches for decades. Pearce’s repertoire of knowledge spans 30 years, five continents, hundreds of races, and countless miles in the saddle. The minutiae of cycling and riding technique are just part of the story that Colby shares. Ali ...
 
Red Bull is hosting the Cliff Diving World Series 2010 where 12 of the world's best athletes willcompete in six consecutive events spanning Europe and across Central and North America. The divers will jump from heights of 26m and upwards in stunning urban and natural locations, performing acrobatic twists and somersaults against a scenic backdrop.
 
To assist you in "Efficiently Work Sports" Practice, we share grounded knowledge from Psychology areas, and Motor Learning + Skill Development. With professionals, EWS aims to provide Athletes, Coaches, and Parents with ways to improve Performance and Learning consistenly, while caring for Mental Health, and promoting it. From 5 Series, we offer diverse content for users to choose from: Expert Interviews | QBIO “Quick Bring It On” messages | IQ “Insight Quotes” | FR “Fresh Research” | PotW “ ...
 
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One-of-a-kind podcast from Jay Kapoor and Tim Katt where we interview professional athletes about the business ventures they pursue off the field. The Game Plan both highlights success stories and discusses the challenges that current and retired athletes face in approaching their next chapter. By bringing these stories to life, we hope to provide a more open and honest look into what makes our guests "more than an athlete". Brought to you in partnership with SportTechie.
 
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Charlie Coyle has charted a unique path during his hockey career, having grown up in Weymouth, MA before playing college hockey at Boston University and ultimately being drafted into the NHL by the San Jose Sharks. He spent the first 6 seasons of his career playing for the Minnesota Wild before being traded to his hometown Boston Bruins in 2019. Th…
 
An IQ to shake some preconditions and expectations 🤕 Athletes usually have in regards to their own levels of performance on training sessions or competition matches. This will inspire a reflection for yourself about your feelings and the way you look at them. Plus, on how they are influencing what you’re bringing (or being able to bring) to the pit…
 
A QBIO to entertain your brain for reflection (😬 vs 😳). How does the prospect of regret may influence your sporting practice (on training ground and during competitions)? How so, being embarrassed for some mistake, may contain a gem to be picked for learning? Examples are provided, and with this one, I would really love if you wrapped your mind aro…
 
Today’s podcast is basically a solo rant on how cycling is a unique sport. Not because of the drama, not because it is beautiful temple of suffering. Not because it is a blend of art and effort. We know all that stuff. If you want to read about the majesty of cycling, see 999 other posts made today, tomorrow, and the next day. Only Cycling is about…
 
Our guest on today’s episode is Alex Honnold, the legendary professional rock climber whose free-solo ascents of America’s biggest cliffs have made him one of the most recognizable climbers in the world. Alex has a legendary mindset and an ability to push past fear that has enabled him to make a career out of climbing without a rope to protect him …
 
This one is to highlight 💤 the essential roles of Sleep towards serving Performance levels. I’ve studied for a month from 2 world-known experts on this field, and I lay out here some theoretical considerations about Sleep + I talk about the evidence out there in relation with Athletes and Sleep, coming from two super Fresh Reviews of Science Litera…
 
A talk about 🚧 “overcoming obstacles to excellence” - and more! This is just to honor our guest’s motto in the work he does as a Clinical and Sport Psychologist in the USA - Dr. Eddie O’Connor. This one filled me of joy, and I consider this one of the most useful and essential for any athlete! Hands-on approaches are shared for athletes to relate b…
 
On prioritizing Mental Training 🧠 (and Mental Health). A set of reports from an elite NFL player - Russel Wilson, retrieving from a TedTalk he gave. A great 6min informal speech naturalizing life hardships in sports contexts, and sharing a few stories from himself, and how he went about them coping the most efficiently possible. He speaks, about sh…
 
A critical element 🚣‍♂️ for any process of learning or improvement: BELIEF. To believe that oneself is capable of improving is often considered as the pivotal aspect that must accompany a person so that that improvement occurs. We all also know that this is too broad of a matter, and that it often sounds as a motivational cliché. Like: “believe in …
 
For this episode of Cycling in Alignment I speak with US racing legend Alex Howes. Alex is a former US Professional Road Champion, recent winner of Ned Gravel, winner of the Steamboat Gravel race [the big one without the vowels in the name; see below...], Tour de France veteran, husband, and father. I have had the honor of coaching Alex for a good …
 
This week’s guest on Cycling in Alignment is Team EF Coaching colleague Travis McCabe. Travis is an experienced racer who has won at the national and international level, including the stages at the Herald Sun Tour [Australia] and the Tour of Langkawi [Malaysia]. He is also a former US Professional Criterium Champion. In our discussion, Travis outl…
 
This episode is about old school bike fitting beliefs that need to be assassinated. Bike fitting is filled with a lot of ancient “wisdom” that has lingered and lurked in the shadows of our collective cycling consciousness for a long time, misdirecting athletes in ways that have long lasting ramifications on their fiction and longevity in the sport.…
 
This episode is with cycling and multisport coach Jesse Moore, who has worked with former Garmin-Sharp and Dauphine winner Andrew Talansky, among other high level athletes. Jesse has time in the trenches as a former professional triathlete, and time in the school room as a graduate of UC Davis with a degree in ex-phys. We speak about the different …
 
This episode of Cycling in Alignment is a discussion with Stephan Drake and Rob Horacek of Lore, creator and lead engineer of the Lore One, the world’s first 3D printed custom carbon cycling shoe. I am quite excited to share this conversation with my listeners, as I think this shoe will be nothing short of completely revolutionary in the world of c…
 
Our guest today is psychiatrist, neuroscientist, and New York Times best-selling author Dr. Judson Brewer. He is the Director of Research and Innovation at the Mindfulness Center, the executive medical director at Sharecare Inc., an associate professor in psychiatry at Brown University, and a research affiliate at MIT. Dr. Jud's uses his 20 years o…
 
Our guest today is world-renowned trainer and CEO of ATTACK Athletics, Tim Grover. Tim has made an illustrious career for himself by helping world-class athletes like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Dwayne Wade, and hundreds of other professional and Olympic-level athletes achieve physical and mental dominance. As the author of national bestseller REL…
 
Episode 52 is a cross-pod with Nathan Hass who has just started his new channel The Gravelog. We speak about all things gravel including training for gravel events, and how I approach fitting a gravel bike. Nathan shares many nuggets on his own experience and passion for this developing aspect of cycling. As a World Tour racer who got his start in …
 
Our guest today is Justin Thomas – one of the most recognizable and successful golfers on the PGA Tour. He grew up in Kentucky and played collegiate golf for the Alabama Crimson Tide, where the accolades started to roll in — and you’ll notice, they haven’t really stopped. Justin became one of Alabama’s most decorated athletes of all time in just tw…
 
A Special Episode for EWS! 🦸‍♂️ It is with one of our most seeked Sport Psychologists, Dan Abrahams, and it is in a new format - I prepared some topics in a PowerPoint presentation, where me and Dan went along live talking about them. It was one of the hardest Interviews to prepare so far, since I knew Dan could cover many topics with expertise and…
 
Dr. Uma Naidoo is the ultimate triple threat – she’s a bestselling author, a renowned Professional Chef, and the Director of Nutritional and Lifestyle Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. After pursuing her passion in medicine through a fellowship in Psychosocial Oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Dr. Uma started to conquer her …
 
Cycling in Alignment Episode 51 is a rebroadcast of an episode of Fit Matters with Greg Choat, on which Colby was a guest recently. They had a very interesting conversation and Greg agreed to share the audio. Their conversation includes topics such as the nuance of bike fitting, the differences between fitting for pure cyclists and triathletes, and…
 
Our guest today is former Special Forces Green Beret Kevin Flike. Kevin first came to TB12 in 2017 and has completed over 160 sessions with us to date. Kevin’s story is one of overcoming the odds at every turn, and we’re proud to have him in our TB12 family. Kevin was born and raised in Stillwater, a small town in upstate New York. After graduating…
 
We’re closing out Season 2 of The Game Plan by looking back on our favorite moments from the past year and pointing out the can’t-miss wisdom from Super Bowl champions, Olympic gold medalists, and an array of talented athletes who found their second callings as entrepreneurs and investors. Hosts Tim Katt and Jay Kapoor will add new commentary as th…
 
Our conversation today is a special one, featuring the brother-sister duo behind Puris – the nation’s largest supplier of pea protein and Fast Company's #1 most innovative food company of 2021. Nicole Atchison joined the family business three years ago as Chief Technology Officer after working in the medical device industry for several years. She l…
 
Cycling in Alignment Episode 50 is with Bike Fitter Chris Balser. Chris is known as the Bicycle Fit Guru, and he has earned this title over a long period of overturning all the stones in bike fitting technology. Chris has worked with Retul, saddle pressure mapping, and done extensive work with EMG in the context of bike fitting. We discuss the less…
 
Hello, space-monkeys! This is a PSA! Going forward you will now be able to find new episodes of Cycling in Alignment with me and all of my illustrious guests on a new channel. I would be eternally grateful for you to take an extra moment in your day to re-subscribe to the new Cycling in Alignment RSS feed by clicking on one of the links below or se…
 
Sleep is a critical part of the recovery process and one of the lifestyle choices we encourage clients to focus on here at TB12. That’s why we sat down with Dr. Christopher Winter, Author of The Sleep Solution: Why Your Sleep Is Broken and How To Fix It. Dr. Winter has practiced sleep medicine and neurology in Charlottesville, Virginia since 2004, …
 
As an athlete, Vernon Davis was a dynamic tight end who could line up anywhere and prove to be a mismatch for all three levels of the opponent’s defense. He spent the majority of his career with the San Francisco 49ers before winning a Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos in 2015 and finishing his career with the Washington Football Team. Over 14 sea…
 
As a point guard, Avery Johnson played in the NBA for 16 years. He achieved the pinnacle of success in 1999, winning the NBA title as the floor leader of the San Antonio Spurs. In 2004, Johnson retired from the game and moved up the bench transitioning from active player to assistant coach. Shortly after his start in coaching, Johnson found success…
 
Our guest on today’s episode is Super Bowl Champion Lori Locust. Lori is a pioneer in the football world, and became the Assistant Defensive Line Coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2019. Lori has been a football fan her whole life, and began coaching after playing semi-professional women’s football for four seasons. She joined the Buccaneers aft…
 
Jesse Itzler has built an incredible life resume loaded with unique experiences across a variety of different fields. He transitioned a rap career in his 20's into a number of successful business ventures – beginning when he Co-Founded MarquisJet, a private jet card company, in 2001. He has since helped develop Zico coconut water and sell it to Coc…
 
After winning a national championship and being a consensus first-team All-America selection at Ohio State, Will Allen was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2004 and went on to play in the NFL for 12 years, most notably with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Off the field, Allen has been driven by two things: his desire to help others and to keep learn…
 
We are framing the discussion on endurance training recovery around Paul Chek’s, Six Foundational principles: sleeping, breathing, eating, thinking, drinking, and moving. There are many things we can do to facilitate the recovery of our muscles. Some popular techniques include massage. cryotube therapy, Norma Tech compression, ice baths, inversion …
 
Failure is uncomfortable and unwanted but it comes across our lives in often unexpected ways. Learning how to deal with it and, most importantly, learn from it, is an invaluable ability. Colby tells the stories of a few of his biggest failures and the lessons he learned from each.โดย cyclinglinalignment
 
Back for a solo episode to demystify some common false beliefs about cycling. I will clarify some falsehoods related to cadence and some common misconceptions about suffering in the saddle. I expand on the idea that poor breathing is a systemic problem in our culture and outline the correct technique. Finally, I’ll share some ideas around expanding…
 
Jason Williams, Retül fitter at the Specialized Experience Center in Boulder, is here to discuss the methodology of Retül fitting and how the technology is used to help fitters make decisions during their fit process. We delve into the strengths and potential pitfalls of using comparative data. We also discuss the current trend of road riders slamm…
 
Happy Freedman is a 40-year bike fitting veteran and expert. Prepare yourselves for another round of bike-fitting nerd-dom. Happy and I don’t agree on every aspect of bike fitting, so I hope you find the explanations of our respective thought processes helpful. We share our separate opinions on the merits and pitfalls of selling bike saddles, seat-…
 
Jerry Gerlich, a Steve Hogg Certified bike fitter based in Austin, Texas and I go way back and share a lot of common knowledge about bike fitting due to our mutual teacher and mentor, Steve Hogg. We dork out big time and get honest about fitting mistakes and learning how to reframe those experiences as learning tools. We relate Jerry’s musical tale…
 
After starting with a disclaimer, that he is not a doctor, Colby outlines a few guidelines for supplements. First, understand the concept of bio-individuality. Next, know that eating good, healthy food should always the first choice when you want to increase your body’s performance. Absolutely use discernment when reading labels and marketing mater…
 
Gluten is bad news for your body and today we’ve got an expert in the subject who will explain exactly what the long-term effects of consuming gluten are. Trevor Connor, who you know as the host of Fast Talk, is also the CEO of The Paleo Diet. We talk about keto and carnivore and veganism; we talk a lot about gluten and specifically the challenges …
 
The paradigm of climbing an endless mountain paints the picture of an athletic journey that at points will be fraught with endless comparisons to other athletes, and devastating setbacks with illness or injury. What if training and racing is more of an orbital journey? Your goal is one point of the orbit. At halfway, you can see your goal on the ho…
 
Greg Choat is a cycling coach and bike fitter with decades of experience, whose bike fitting knowledge traces back to the expertise of Steve Hogg. Understanding the quintessential difficulty of a bike fitter’s challenge is most aptly painted in this proverb quoted by Greg in the show: “Man is to bicycle as fish is to elephant.” Helping a human body…
 
Former guest on the podcast, triathlete and Feet Freex shoe creator, Jessi Stensland is here to unpack more of her evolution as an athlete. Starting as a D1 swimmer, making the Olympic trials, transitioning to triathlon, and finally competing in ultra Mountain Bike races are all a part Jessi’s athletic journey. Her continued athletic evolution has …
 
The essence of what training in alignment looks like began to crystallize in Colby Pearce’s mind after an email exchange with a listener of the podcast. “As you’ve identified in your show, amateurs look at pros for things like training, not realizing that all pros do is ride, sleep, and eat. For those of us who race, how much training is too much? …
 
To perfect the time trial position for your given anatomy and physiology, it can take years of trial and error. Sometimes, becoming a contortionist is the most appropriate way to describe the skill you must master to find the fastest, most aero position. That raises issues: Riding in such a time trial position increases the functional load when com…
 
James Wilson is the owner and founder of MTB Strength Systems. He is a mountain bike, strength, and Jujitsu coach based in Grand Junction, CO. He is also the inventor of the Catalyst Pedal. He has pioneered many advanced perspectives on strength training for cyclists, producing content on this topic starting in 2005. Our conversation includes James…
 
Some say Scott Moninger is the greatest American cyclist to have never ridden the Tour de France. Moninger is a crafty all-arounder who has victories in road races, criteriums, time trials, and state races. He’s a versatile rider and a passionate athlete with a deep love for the sport. His characteristically stoic expression on the bike and ruthles…
 
So many of my clients have questions and run into issues related to saddle sores, and man, when you get a bad one, it can be really bad. I have actually had a couple clients that suffered so severely, they had to have surgery. When you sit on a saddle, that’s a lot of weight on a very small surface area. There’s the weight of the torso, the weight …
 
Group rides are dead. Unpopular opinion number one. Even in ostensibly safe scenarios, group rides are dangerous. Rides are too big; riders are too brash; vehicles are too numerous, and drivers are too distracted. Other potentially unpopular opinions of Colby’s are related to indoor riding. He outlines some of the pros and cons of Zwifting, includi…
 
My friend and colleague, Julie Young, sent me an email asking some deep, thoughtful questions about fitting riders properly on their mountain bikes. The central theme was around steeper seat tube angles on many modern mountain bikes and how that it is challenging and sometimes impossible to get a rider’s saddle offset far enough back behind the bot…
 
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