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Chad on the bike

"On the mountains of truth you can never climb in vain: either you will reach a point higher up today, or you will be training your powers so that you will be able to climb higher tomorrow." - Friedrich Nietzsche

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Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com, on Myspace, and on Facebook

Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook

The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com.

Based on a work at candotri.com. candotri 022 was published on 3 August 2011

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Quote: "This is not Disneyland, or Hollywood. I'll give you an example: I've read that I flew up the hills and mountains of France. But you don't fly up a hill. You struggle slowly and painfully up a hill, and maybe, if you work very hard, you get to the top ahead of everybody else." - Lance Armstrong

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Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out oniTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com, on Myspace, and on Facebook

Other music: "Magic Of Dreams" - Ant on Wax

Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpaceTwitter, and Facebook

The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. Candotri 21 was published on 10 July 2011.

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  • Bridge City Duathlon 2011 report
  • Swim Pacing
  • Whole-race approaches
  • Moe's is next!!

"Your body will argue that there is no justifiable reason to continue. Your only recourse is to call on your spirit, which fortunately functions independently of logic." - Tim Noakes

"Somewhere in the world someone is training when you are not. When you race him, he will win." - Tom Fleming's Boston Marathon Training Motto

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Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com, on Myspace, and on Facebook

Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpaceTwitter, and Facebook

The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com. Candotri 20 was published on 3 June 2011

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All of the show notes for this episode are found in my written Maraton di Roma 2011 race report here.

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Music:

  • Strange Zero - Ikebana
  • Tryad - The Final Rewind
  • Universal Constructors - Lounge Blizzard

 

Intro music: 'Heat' by Wheatmonkeys. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and at wheatmonkeys.com, on Myspace, and on Facebook

Closing Music: 'Badlands' by Johnny Grit. Used with the permission of the artists. Check them out on iTunes and on MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook

The Candotri podcast by Chad Matsalla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. Based on a work at candotri.com.

candotri 019 was published on 17 April 2011.

 

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      Paper references

      Quotes

      "My experience has taught me that you must first, and always, seek the person You Are. And this becoming unfolds through the intensity with which you use your body, through your absorption in play, and through the acceptance of the discipline needed to be an athlete. At all times, you must protect your Self. Maintain a childlike wonder. Aquire, if you can, the ability to be careless, to disregard appearances, to relax, and laugh at the world."

      George Sheehan

      "
      We're just like bugs in a bowl. All day going around never leaving their bowl.
      I say, That's right! Every day climbing up
      the steep sides, sliding back.

      Over and over again. Around and around.
      Up and back down.

      Sit in the bottom of the bowl, head in your hands,
      cry, moan, feel sorry for yourself.

      Or. Look around. See your fellow bugs.
      Walk around.

      Say, He

       

      y, how you doin'?
      Say, Nice Bowl! "
      - David Budbill

       

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      • Baby it's cold outside.
      • My new clothes: MEC Jetstreak, MEC Mercury
      • Making green smoothies (recipe on candotri.com)
      • Making hummus (recipe on candotri.com)
      • Signed up for the Stony Plain Triathlon
      • First Ever Triathlon!
      • Chad is injured

      The papers I discussed:

      • Walker et al. Psychological responses to injury in competitive sport: a critical review. JRSH 2007;127(4):174-180
      • Buist et al. No Effect of a Graded Training Program on the Number of Running-Related Injuries in Novice Runners A Randomized Controlled Trial. The American Journal of Sports Medicine; 36(1):33-39.
      • Taunton et al. 2003. A prospective study of running injuries: the Vancouver Sun Run "In Training" clinics. Br J Sports Med 2003;37:239-244.

      "Marathoning is like cutting yourself unexpectedly. You dip into the pain so gradually that the damage is done before you are aware of it. Unfortunately, when awareness comes, it is excruciating."

      John Farrington, Australian marathoner

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      Quote: “There are those of us who are always about to live. We are waiting until things change, until there is more time, until we are less tired, until we get a promotion, until we settle down / until, until, until. It always seems as if there is some major event that must occur in our lives before we begin living.”  - George Sheehan

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      • Report from active.com - demographics of triathletes
      • Trip to Toronto is coming
      • Please say positive things to new parents
      • The age grouper podcast
      • A NEAR CRASH!!!
      • Victoria Marathoners! Congratulations to Kelownagurl (1/2 marathon) (Kelownagurl Tris), Jennifer (blog), Dave (blog)
      • Waterproof and breathable causes duhhka
      • What to wear in the rain?
      • http://worldwidefestivalofraces.com
      • "Any day that I can run 42k is a good day". Jennifer runningtoboston.blogspot.com
      • The waterfall is gone - 14 October
      • Running in toronto - the challenges of urban running
      • Empty your bike of stinky water!

       

      "In the pursuit of knowlege every day something is gained. In the pursuit of freedom every day something is let go of." Zencast 258

      "Excellence can be obtained if you care more than others think is wise, risk more than others think is safe, dream more than others think is practical, expect more than others think is possible."

      - Unknown (found on tinybuddha)

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      • Reviews of headphones
      • Interview with Ray Miller
      • Asceticism
      • Race report from Dax Apolinario

      "You also need to look back, not just at the people who are running behind you but especially at those who don't run and never will; those who run but don't race; those who started training for a race but didn't carry through; those who got to the starting line but didn't in the finish line; those who once raced better than you but no longer run at all. You're still here. Take pride in wherever you finish. Look at all the people you've outlasted." - Joe Henderson

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