We chat to Rodolphe von Berg on today’s Kona Edge Podcast about how he has remained fast, fit and relatively injury free over 4 decades of racing Ironman triathlon.
Today on The Kona Edge, Riana Robertson shares the benefit of using a power running centre to help keep her motivated on her Ironman Run.
Today’s guest is a fantastic runner although he has struggled with a few injuries over his short triathlon career. Some of the things he’s done that he thinks has helped his run and some of the things he’s done that may have hindered and what he’s doing currently to get better and stronger to make sure he stays injury free.
Desi Dickinson joins us and shares some of the things she has done to improve her Ironman run over time including building a solid base and pushing harder on the hard sessions.
It’s easy to neglect your strongest triathlon discipline but for Meghan Fillnow it is important to build on her Ironman run strength. She tells us why.
We touch base with Damien Coad to discover what he has done over time to improve his Ironman run as well as the mental diagnostic checklist he uses to run more efficiently.
For Maarten Seghers the key to a strong Ironman run is a combination between consistency and a strong core. Listen to this edition of The Kona Edge to find out more.
Arlene Ayoub shares her secret to mixing things up in her Ironman run training. Even though she doesn’t do long hills, the variety she adds helps her improve and strengthen her Ironman run.
Learning to love your Ironman run is one of Jen Koester’s secrets to performing well in the sport of triathlon. Jen also shares how patience and variety have played an integral part in her success.
Tim Rae shares his slow build up back to his Ironman run after a series of injuries. We find out the importance of figuring out how to get rid of the injury problems to make sure that it’s not going to come back.
Building mental strength is vital to become a competitive Ironman age grouper. Ben Rudson shares what he does to toughen up mentally on his Ironman run.
Improving your self confidence (and hard running workouts) is something Lisbeth Kenyon believes has helped her improve her Ironman run over time.