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Pro Mountain Biker, Nikki Peterson is Kirstin’s guest this week. Nikki began mountain biking just after college, although she didn't start her journey as a professional until she was 28. She takes us through how she developed her passion for the sport, what her training looks like and a typical day’s routine. We also learn how important nutrition i…
 
We begin this week with World Cup Bobsled and Monobob. American Elana Meyers Taylor secured both titles last weekend in St. Moritz and not surprisingly has secured her fourth Olympic ticket. Switzerland’s Lara Gut-Behrami won the Downhill in Zauchensee, Austria last weekend and then Italy’s Italian Federica Brignone won the Super-G. Mikaela Shiffri…
 
Tri This - S2E2 On this week’s episode Kirstin’s guest is a fellow WISP Sports podcast host, professional rugby player, Olympian an d Tik Tok Queen, Ilona Maher. Lo hosts a podcast called the Leo's Den with Naya Tapper. On this show we dive into what training looks like and her day to day routine. We discuss all things nutrition like: what a standa…
 
Lori Okimura has spent her professional career in a variety of areas from volleyball coach to sport’s governance. She has been a volunteer, sponsor, club director, facility manager and event organizer with extensive experience in sales, marketing and promotions of various major international sports organizations and events, primarily in Olympic and…
 
We kick off this week with the Olympic Games just three weeks away and selection trials happening around the world. American Elana Meyers Taylor stamps her place in Monobob, which will be making its debut in Beijing. She currently leads in women’s monobob points after winning this past weekend’s World Cup race in Winterberg, Germany. Her teammate, …
 
On the first episode of Season 2 of Tri This, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen is joined by pro triathlete Alysha Krall. Alysha shares how she got into triathlon and her favorite aspects of the sport. We also hear about her experience with eating disorders throughout her career as an athlete in college and her journey to healing through plant based eating and …
 
Chris & Nancy kick off the first show of the year with a new look and name for the weekly news podcast that we like to call the News Desk since that’s what we are all about heading into Season 4. And we begin with a round up of the winter sports that have been headlining: World Cup two-women bobsled heralded the holidays with a win for the American…
 
As 2021 comes to a close we look back at what has been an extraordinary year for women in sport. We have each chosen a handful of remarkable performances from a variety of sports, which will always be stand-out achievements, personal bests for the athletes and go down in the history of their sport. There are so many adjectives to describe what wome…
 
Nicole talks to a colleague at the University of Minnesota Dr. Dunja Antunovic (who first appeared in S2E11) about her latest research of women in American Football, the Women’s World Cup, and some exciting upcoming projects. Host: Dr. Nicole LaVoi Recorded: December 16, 2021 For more information, links and resources and hundreds more conversations…
 
Abby’s guest on the season finale of The Sailing Show is Spanish sailor, Demila Tassin who has recently returned from competing in the Mini Transat Race for the first time. The Mini Transat is a race Djemila had been dreaming of for the past five years and we hear about her journey to the start line, the challenges, the highs and lows and what she …
 
Former World No 1 tennis player Amelie Mauresmo has become the first female director of the French Open at Roland Garros, only the second to be in charge of a Grand Slam tournament. Lara Gut-Behrami wins St Moritz Super G first run and suffers heavy fall on second run. Federica Brignoni beats compatriot Elena Curtoni and Mikaela Shiffrin to win the…
 
On the season finale of Season 1 Kirstin has a special guest. Makenna Myler is a mother and pro athlete in both track and long distance running. We don't just cover her career in running, though; you will also hear applicable tips and get a peek inside the journey of a pro athlete, that honestly sounds very similar to everyone's journey in sport. M…
 
This week’s guest on the season finale is not only a USA rugby legend but a legend around the world. She has made three appearances in the Rugby World Cup and was selected as the top player in the world in her position in 2002 and 2006. In 2010, she was named the U.S. Rugby Player of the Decade. In November 2017, she was inducted into the World Rug…
 
The Italian bullet that is Sofia Goggia stole the show at Lake Louise this past weekend with a hat-trick in the Super Gs and Downhill with American Breezy Johnson being her main threat in two races and Switzerland’s Lara Gut-Behrami in the second Super G. The White Circus is now in St Moritz for two Super G races on Dec 11/12. Also last weekend, Ka…
 
Kirstin reviews the Indian Wells Ironman 70.3 in La Quinta California that she competed in this past weekend. It was a race with some ups and downs as many of them are. Kirstin had some PR’s, and nailed hydration and fueling. However, she still battled the heat out on the run and experienced some frustration on the run as this very hot race season …
 
Vermont resident Peggy Shinn reports on her local sporting event, the Killington Skiing World Cup where favorite Mikaela Shiffrin won the Slalom ahead of her fiercest opponent Slovakian Petra Vlhova. And another American, Elana Meyers Taylor, claimed her second consecutive win in the monobob in Igles, Austria. The USWNT held Australia to a 1-1 draw…
 
Kirstin shares some potential pitfalls when it comes to using certain recovery modalities at the wrong time. Recovery is something we talk about a lot on this podcast because, well… if you're going to do the workout, you might as well try to get the most out of it right? But there are certain scenarios where the latest and greatest and "fancy" tool…
 
This week’s topic is finances and how professional rugby players manage their salary and portfolio. Our favorite Leo’s explain how they earn a living through the sport, how some players have a side gig and others have sponsorships. Lo explains how she has made some money through being a social media influencer even so it’s a lot of work. Naya expla…
 
On this week’s episode, Nicole talks to some #disruptHERS colleagues — Drs. Katie Lebel, Nancy Lough, and Ann Pegoraro — about recent disruptions in women’s sport, which continue to make headlines. They begin with the recent situation surrounding Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai, 35, a three-time Olympian, who has been missing since November 2, whe…
 
Nancy has all the top stories this week including U.S. Sliders stealing the show at the World Cup Bob/Monosled in Igls, Austria last weekend with Elana Meyers Taylor and Kaillie Humphries finishing 1-2. Gabriela Muguruza gave Spain its first WTA title when she beat Estonia’s Anett Kontaviet 6-3, 7-5 in Guadalajara last week. Slovakian Petra Vlhova …
 
Kirstin offers another perspective on how the GI tract can work for you, or against you. We first get to hear how training is going for her with two weeks to go to Half Ironman Indian Wells. Kirstin tells us about a very cold swim in preparation for the cold water on race day - sometimes it's just doing what it takes, although arguably 51 degrees i…
 
Be honest with yourself, are you a runner who could probably benefit from doing some strength and conditioning? Do you struggle to stay motivated to do it? Are you recurrently injured? Perhaps you don’t really know what to actually do or where to even start? In this episode, Dr. Juliet McGrattan is joined by fitness instructor and Health Coach Chan…
 
Basketball fans will immediately recognize the skills of Team GB Olympian Temi Fagbenle, and those who have yet to know her will soon discover that she is a multi-faceted and multi-talented woman. Her relentless drive to win on the court is only matched by her ambitions on the cat walk, in the board room and on a set. It soon becomes apparent that …
 
The legendary Black Ferns sent shock waves through the world of women’s rugby this week being defeated for three successive games, which is unheard of. Ali Donnelly from Scrumqueens explains what's behind these headlines and if the Black Ferns have been caught napping now that other teams have become professional. And she has the other top news sto…
 
This week Kirstin discusses the benefits of setting intentions for a training season, for your week, even for each individual workout. She has been experimenting with this for this training season setting up for Ironman 70.3 Indian Wells coming up on December 5th, and her biggest takeaway is that it helps with overall mindset. Nobody goes looking f…
 
We are all about best friends on this episode as Naya and Lo are joined by their besties; Jaz Gray and Nicole Heavirland respectively. We get the low down on what made them click and why their relationships are so special both on and off the field. We find out their pet peeves and how they annoy each other, and we also hear how their different pers…
 
Modern Pentathlon Olympic Silver Medalist, World Champion, Performance Consultant, Speaker and Coach Samantha Murray joins Chris & Nancy this week to explain the workings of the governing body in the light of the UIPM’s decision to drop the equestrian phase of the sport. We hear about the efforts being made by a group of change, Pentathlon United, …
 
Kirstin begins by sharing some perspective around training and race outcomes. She then answers questions from listeners that she has received through social media which include whether taking long term supplemental magnesium is safe or not and how to manage inflammation in a way that gets you to the finish line both healthy and fit. Host: Dr. Kirst…
 
Abby’s guest on this episode is Justine Mettraux, a Swiss sailor who grew up navigating the waters of Lake Geneva with her four siblings. She began sailing competitively as a teenager, before quickly rising through the ranks as one to watch. In 2013, she came second in the Mini-Transat before joining the all-female crew onboard Team SCA, led by off…
 
We begin this week’s top news stories with an update from Modern Pentathlon and a proposal by its international federation the UIPM to replace the equestrian discipline with cycling. This follows the incident in Tokyo of a German rider and trainer who were in the lead at the time being eliminated for abusing the horse. Another update from the Olymp…
 
This week it’s the ‘hot’ topic of inflammation which all athletes deal with eventually. Kirstin addresses the second part of the training block where inflammation builds up in the body, we get those adaptations to exercise, and then... it stops. We plateau. This is often where athletes increase their training and try even harder but they run the ri…
 
On this week’s episode, Naya and Lo get into one of their favorite topics; social media. They discuss what works for them and what does not as well as how they have built their athlete brands around social media. We also learn some tips on how platforms work to engage followers and why that is more important than the number of followers. Naya expla…
 
Britain’s motor racing driver Jamie Chadwick is our top story this week having clinched the 2021 W Series title. Jamie’s consistency this season showed how talented a driver she is and as a development driver for the Williams team she is poised to move up to Formula 1. It’s been 40 years since a woman was on the starting grid of Formula 1 and now t…
 
On this week’s episode, Kirstin covers several key health factors to evaluate before starting your next (or first) training cycle. Running some very simple and easy labs is a great way to make sure you know the status of certain health markers like Iron, Vitamin D levels and inflammatory markers. This can then help guide your training and intensity…
 
Dr. Juliet McGrattan kicks off a second season of the Active Health podcast with a motivating and inspiring chat about marathon running. She is joined by sports journalist and co-host of the WiSP Sports Desk, Nancy Gillen who was steered into running as a way to stay fit during the Pandemic lockdown in the UK. Nancy admits she had previously hated …
 
This month’s guest is Kelly Lawrence, Associate Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Boston University. Kelly explains her philosophy for building a winning team culture, keeping the welfare of the student-athletes at the forefront, and being nimble enough to make decisions as a coach. The Women Coaches Academy and Academy 2.0 graduate talks candidly about…
 
Team USA reporter Peggy Shinn joins us again this week to preview the start of the World Cup Skiing season with the 2022 Winter Olympics also around the corner. As usual Nancy has gathered all the top stories from around the world beginning with football where there continues to be fallout from the recently reported cases of abuse and the ripple ef…
 
On this episode Kirstin describes a really special event that she was a part of this past weekend. If you have ever volunteered for a race, you will have likely experienced some of the emotions that Kirstin shares in this episode. If you haven't volunteered for a race, you will hear many reasons why volunteering for races is a fantastic way to give…
 
The all important topic of mental health is the subject for this episode as Naya and Lo share their journeys. Lo explains how she has come to terms with the struggles she has had as a professional athlete, how the Olympic Games affected her. and why she has now started seeing a therapist. Naya has also had to face her own challenges as aa Black wom…
 
Record breaking offshore sailor Dee Caffari talks to British Powerboat Racer Shelley Jory-Leigh about her amazing career which was interrupted by an horrific accident at high speed. Her boat flipped over and Shelley suffered serious injuries during testing in Sardenia in 2010 the boat came off a wave and on landing the bow shattered. Shelley suffer…
 
Rugby Sevens Olympian Naya Tapper led one of four teams taking part in the new PR7s Tournament in Memphis, TN last weekend and shares the experience with us as well as her thoughts on how this new concept belongs in women’s rugby sevens. Nancy has the top news stories from around the world including a survey on women’s sport, a study on body shamin…
 
This week, Kirstin answers a listener's question about pain during workouts. This was a follow up question to the episode from last week where Dr Nicole Woodard discussed stopping workouts especially when you have pain. But when is pain due to under-fueling versus an actual problem that could lead to an injury? Kirstin breaks that question down and…
 
Helena Scutt began racing dinghies competitively relatively late after a soccer-obsessed childhood. Sailing had always been a part of her life, having grown up on Lake Washington near Seattle, she excelled in the 29er class and was selected for the U.S. Sailing Development Team, progressing through to the 49fx and Nacra 17. Helena took up Moth sail…
 
The hurricane that swept through the NWSL last week was long overdue and the reverberations will be heard for a long time. The significance of what has happened in gymnastics in the US and now in football has grasped the news headlines beyond the sports pages and that is our top story this week. We also have news from tennis, cycling, sailing and h…
 
This week Kirstin's guest is Dr. Nicole Woodard from Mobility Athletes. This year, Nicole participated in 29029, which is an endurance event that involves summiting a mountain as many times as it takes to complete 29,029 ft in elevation in 3 days. Also, we discuss the difference between mobility, flexibility and stability in relation to movement an…
 
Naya and Lo are back with a new season of their popular podcast and the girls reveal all (well most) of their Olympic experience. They take us through the long journey to arriving in training camp in Mimasaka, the transfer to the Olympic village and the opening ceremony. Lo fan girling Olympians, favorite moments, what they learned from the experie…
 
In the kickoff episode of The WeCOACH Podcast, Season 4, presented by Hudl, Megan Kahn’s guest is Katie Robinson, Director of Swimming & Diving at Northwestern University. As one of only three women overseeing Power 5 men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs, Katie offers incredible insight on leading with authenticity, intentional preparatio…
 
It’s been another week of great lead stories in women’s sport and we begin with Britain's all-women team of Nicola Wilson, Piggy March and Sarah Bullimore scooping all the medals at the European Eventing Championships with team veteran Nicola Wilson recovering from a broken neck in 2019 to becoming the European Team and Individual Champion. In tenn…
 
Kirstin addresses the importance of strength training, specifically for the muscles that make up your "core". It's very common for endurance athletes to skip their strength training or not have it as part of their training at all. This can lead to lower power output and increase the risk of injury. In this episode, we cover which muscles make up th…
 
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