Old and On Your Left is the only podcast (at least that we know of) for and about masters triathletes. Curious about gear, training tips, or how other masters triathletes keep their personal, professional, and athletic lives in balance? That’s the kind of stuff we talk about here.
Anthony Sullivan Comes Clean04/05/2018 Duration: 49min
When you think of Anthony Sullivan, odds are you think of him as the face of OxiClean or that guy parodied in Jaboody Dubs videos. You probably don’t think of him as a masters triathlete and former nationally ranked swimmer in his home country of England. Earlier this week, I sat down with Sully for a wide-ranging … Continue reading Anthony Sullivan Comes Clean
Greg Hawkins and I discuss the expansion of Kinetic Multisports, how he got into triathlon, and how we can make the sport more inclusive09/04/2018 Duration: 35min
If you’re a triathlete living in the Mid-Atlantic, there are two things that are certain 1) you’re getting ready to start your local race season and 2) You’ve probably competed in at least one of Greg Hawkins’ races. Over the past 14 years, Greg has gone from producing races part-time to running the largest race … Continue reading Race Time!
Mat Steinmetz of 51 Speedshop Talks Speed22/03/2018 Duration: 45min
It’s been a long wait for a new episode of Old And On Your Left, but I promise this episode is worth the wait. I had the opportunity to chat with Mat Steinmetz, founder of 51 Speedshop, coach to Ironman World champions, bike fitter to pro tour teams, and all around speed whisperer. I could … Continue reading Fitting the Pieces Together
Salt, Drugs & Rock and Roll: How Ostarine Started Showing up in Dietary Supplements13/02/2018 Duration: 20min
It feels like forever since I have posted an episode, and that’s because it has been. After a lot of digging around… and waiting… and reading, here’s episode 8: Salt, Drugs & Rock and Roll. I figured that sounded better that Salt, Lies and Videotape. This is the story of how ostarine, a drug designed … Continue reading Salt, Drugs & Rock and Roll
Episode 7: An interview with Nadia El-Awady26/01/2018 Duration: 27min
This week’s episode covers a lot of ground, almost all of it uphill. I talk with Nadia El-Awady about her first full Ironman last fall, how she balances the demands of her personal and professional commitments with her adventures, and what she’ll be doing during 2018. I also talk about doping, how a recent USADA … Continue reading An Interview with Nadia El-Awady
A Conversation With Coach Shelly Lake19/01/2018 Duration: 29min
This week we visit with coach Shelly Lake of Fiv3 Racing. Shelly has coached me for the past three years – from my first 70.3 to the Boston Marathon, to a tremendous performance at last year’s 70.3 World Championships in Chattanooga. And it’s not just me. She’s coached more athletes than I can count to … Continue reading A Conversation with Coach Shelly Lake
Fellowship, I've Always Been and Ironman, and Out of this World Strava Art12/01/2018 Duration: 18min
This podcast episode discusses trail running, shares Nadia El-Awady's awesome blog post about triathlon, and tells why training partners make you fast & happy
Ask Me Anything Part 205/01/2018 Duration: 12min
This episode discusses transitioning from athlete to coach, whether soft or hard surface running is best & is winter for building base or blasting intervals?
Episode 3 - Ask Me Anything, Part 131/12/2017 Duration: 17min
I received more questions than I could fit into one episode (and received a few I wasn’t sure I wanted to answer). But answer them I did. In this episode I tackle burning questions like: How much do pros race? Why does WTC suck? What’s so great about training camps? Is triathlon cheaper than therapy? … Continue reading Ask Me Anything Part 1
2017 Triathlon Holiday Gift Guide (Part 2)20/12/2017 Duration: 13min
It’s funny how this episode reshuffled itself several times over the past week. First, I realized Christmas is less a week away. Then people kept sending me emails or telling me “you need to include this in the Gift Guide.” And if you’re a world-class holiday procrastinator like me, the Internet has changed your life … Continue reading 2017 Triathlon Holiday Gift Guide (Part 2)