Welcome to Episode #23 of Mile High Tri podcast, I'm your host Rich Soares. Mile High Tri empowers you to reach your fitness and triathlon goals by connecting you with coaches and experts on the topics that you want learn.
Today's show is part 2 of 2 on the topic of "open water swimming". We are staying focused on helping you tackle the swim segment of your next triathlon with confidence and make this your best season yet.
Before we get into today's show I'd like to once again thank Bill Plock (news), Liz Sharpe (wet suit selection and fitting) and Michael Mann (coaching form and Grant Ranch open water swimming for joining me on episode #22. If you did not get a chance to hear those interviews, go back and check those interviews out. There contact info will be on milehightriathlon.com.
For those who did listen to last week's episode you know we have two exciting guests this week to continue our examination of 'Open Water Swimming'. For those of you who don't have access to a good coach, but have questions about how to tackle open water swim training, coach Trista Francis (USAT Level 2 coach with ITZ Multisport coaching) helps breakdown how to get you ready for your open water season.
Heck, what triathlete hasn't been training or racing (whether in an open water swim, the long lonely stretch of a bike course, or a moonlit marathon) and asked themselves "where's a good sports Psychologist when you need one?" After today's episode, you'll know just who to call. I have Dr. Justin Ross on to help us understand what's going on with open water swimming anxiety and how to manage it and develop into a confident open water swimmer.
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