In this episode, Matt, Sean, and Steve are joined by UCSB triathlon star Iris Wu to discuss the recently finished collegiate season, how the team did, what went down at the National Championships in Tempe, AZ, and about the epic ride Iris and Matt did out of San Diego. Curious to learn about the drama at Nationals over the Queens University? Matt breaks it down and tries to weigh in on how this may project into the future of collegiate racing.
Matt Ison is a professional triathlon coach, and Sean Harrington is a professional triathlete. Together they bring a unique perspective on training, racing, and life.
In this episode, Matt, Sean, and Steve are joined by UCSB tri alumn Jenn Schulman to discuss the team's return from the holidays and their first few upcoming races, how to handle your nutrition for longer workouts, swim training for non-native swimmers, and the role of genetics in triathlon and sport in general. Also discussed are Matt's fear of flying and love of ducks.
You might think everyone should have a coach, but the answer turns out to have a surprising amount of nuance. Listen as Coach Matt discusses this and other topics with Sean and special guest Chris Glibert.
Did you know that the pros face a new Kona qualification process this year? Tune in for Matthew Ison's analysis, as well as hear about Sean Harrington's recent 70.3 in Waco, TX.
Did you know? Our very own Matt Ison competed in the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii! Tune in to this episode for his race report, and more!
School is back, and that means new people, new goals, and new friends! What's the team all about, and what are the plans for this year?
Have you ever wondered if racing as a pro requires a different strategy? With our 4th and final part with Rod Farvard, resident pro Sean and Master Gabber Matthew Ison talk about how the race for the purse shakes things up.
Check out our first episode where Matt and Sean talk a little about themselves, their recent summer races, and dive into what separates good athletes from great athletes.