Ellie Salthouse and Andres Chirinos are a pro triathlon couple, they're quarantining together, and like so many triathletes, they're trying to navigate training during the COVID pandemic lockdown.  For Ellie the layoff is particularly tough; she was the fittest she'd ever been, and was on...

Helle Fredericksen is the Ironman 70.3 world record holder for female racers, with a time of 3:55.  Yet, at age 38 and at the height of her career last year, she decided to call it quits.  On the podcast today, we find out why she...

25-year old triathlete Noel Mulkey has a dramatic transformation story. Not only has he made a significant physical transformation, he was also addicted to hard drugs in the past.  From addict to clean World Champion triathlete, we hear Noel's story. SHOW LINKS Team Trainiac Noel Mulkey Instagram ...

On the podcast, we talk to Dr. Dan Plews about his win at IM 70.3 Taupo right before the COVID-19 pandemic began, and whether Taren could have qualified for Kona this year as previously planned. endureiq.com 20% off until May 31st, 2020 ...

Six-time Ironman World Champion Dave Scott joins us on the podcast. He reveals that even for one of the most accomplished triathletes in history, he still has trouble with motivation like the rest of us. We also talk about lesser known stories from his six...

Jim Vance is the author of "Run With Power", which details how to use a running power meter for better performance. Jim is the personal coach for 2016 US Olympic triathlete Ben Kanute, and Head Coach for Formula Endurance, a USA Triathlon High Performance Team. ...

An episode unlike any other on the Triathlon Taren podcast: We talk to the co-founder of Ventum bicycles, Diaa Nour, about how the Coronavirus may impact his (and other) bike company, why he took a big step regarding his alcohol use, triathlon cyber-trolls who attacked...

Dr. Marc Bubbs is the author of a book every triathlete needs to read. PEAK: The New Science of Athletic Performance, details the items all endurance athletes (and any athlete for that matter) need to take seriously -- and what new fads (and old standbys)...