Triathlon Lifestyle Podcast: Mind, Body and Soul of Triathlon
About This Show
Triathlon Lifestyle will examine mind, body, and soul aspects of the sport. For many of us, triathlon has given clarity, confidence, and a platform for self-improvement in many areas of our lives.
Each episode will bring valuable guests and messages, sharing inspirational stories that have been captured through the sport of triathlon. Whether you’re relaxing or training, going out for that long ride or run, you can listen to this podcast and get constant reminders of why you do it, and hear from others about why they do it and how triathlon has affected their lives for the better.
Most Recent Episode
Lessons with Lionel Sanders Episode 13
Aug 9, 2015
Lionel Sanders leads today's class of professional triathlon, but that wasn't the case just a few years ago. This insightful interview reveals how Lionel traded in a lifestyle of partying for one of personal development via triathlon.
Growing up in a small town outside of Windsor, Canada, seduced into a life of drugs during high school and college, Lionel rediscovered a love of running and soon was inspired to take a shot at Ironman.
The last few years have catapulted Lionel to the top of professional Ironman racing. His shared videos and training logs aren't just great tips and insight for the rest of us, but are also tools for Lionel’s own self-analysis and understanding.
Lionel talks about his "walking meditation" practice and how triathlon has been a source of personal growth, self-awareness, community involvement, and ultimately living a better life. Check out more from Lionel at http://lsanderstri.com/
Notable mentions include: Bevan James Eyles, Peter Reid, Simon Whitfield, Sebastian Kienle, Bob Babbitt, Craig Alexander, Jan Frodeno, Andreas Raelert, Barrie Shepley
Episodes of This Show
Jul 31, 2015
Jul 21, 2015
Jul 16, 2015
Jul 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of
Great to listen while training!
Interesting in-depth interviews and intriguing guest. Although triathlon is the common denominator of the guest, it's not just about swim, bike, run
Date published: 2015-06-25