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Ironman Lake Placid competitors and dreamers this episode is for you. Today I welcome back the Beej and we dive into IMLP race day navigation the YogiTriathlete way. We give you a play by play of the logistics of the race, lots of first-timer tips and hopefully some inspiration to carry you through to your Ironman finish. Mike Reilly is ready to call your name and we reveal some of the key things that will help you ensure your race day success.
Even if you’re not racing IMLP this year or have any inspirations to even become an Ironman there are still some good takeaways, we believe, for all sport and life.
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Episode 10: Show Notes
Zeal Optics Cota “Giveaway” Shades
YTP #6: Everything is Currency, Ego in Racing & Athlete Nutrition
Mike Reilly – The Voice of Ironman
Podcast recorded at the High Peaks Cyclery Studio – For any and all athletes racing Ironman, the team at High Peaks Cyclery can help with all your last minute needs.
Coach with Us – Triathlon/Run
Coach with Us – Mindfulness/Meditation
Thanks for the tips on LP. I’m right on the edge of signing up for 2017 as my first IM there, so your comments are right at home.
One side note about your podcasts, I need to crank the volume way, all the way, up to hear you. Nearly to 100% volume my computer can go, where as nearly everything else I listen to is comfortable at 40-50% volume. Not sure if that is part of how you record or if it is something on my end, but figured I would let you know. The song part comes in pretty loud which is rough when I’m at 100% to hear the intro talk, but all the talk comes through very quiet.