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21 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joanna Zeiger. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joanna Zeiger, often where they are interviewed.

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21 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joanna Zeiger. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joanna Zeiger, often where they are interviewed.

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World Champion Triathlete Joanna Zeiger: Mental Toughness, Confidence & the Perfectionism Dilemma

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Joanna Zeiger an Olympian, professional triathlete, and the 2008 Ironman 70.3 World Champion who placed 4th at the Sydney Olympics in the Triathalon. Joanna is also the founder of Race Ready Coaching where she mentors endurance athletes in running, cycling, and triathlon. Joanna earned a Ph.D. in Genetic Epidemiology from Johns Hopkins University and is the founder of the Canna Research Group, a consortium of researchers and medical professionals who study the relationship between cannabis and chronic pain. Joanna is also the author of she is the author of "The Champion Mindset, An Athlete's Guide to Mental Toughness."
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Joanna Zeiger: http://joanna-zeiger.com/
The Champion Mindset: An Athlete's Guide to Mental Toughness: https://amzn.to/2FVFrDJ
Race Ready Coaching: https://racereadycoaching.com/
The Mental Toughness (Sisu) Quiz: http://sisu.racereadycoaching.com/
Canna Research Foundation: https://cannaresearchfoundation.org/
Sep 23 2020 · 1hr 53mins
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How To Develop Mental Toughness with Joanna Zeiger

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In this episode of Femme Cyclist I sit down with Joanna Zeiger.  Joanna is a former Olympian, Ironman world champion, author, coach, and researcher.  Yup, there's pretty much nothing this woman can't do.

I first became familiar with Joanna after reading her fantastic book,  The Champions Mindset - An Athlete's Guide to Mental Toughness.  

Seeing as how we can all use more mental toughness in our lives, I sat down with Joanna to discuss how we as women, can work on developing it.  We also talk about racing, overcoming life's obstacles, and cannabis use in athletes.

Read the full show notes: https://www.femmecyclist.com/mental-toughness

View Joanna's Book On Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Champion-Mindset-Athletes-Mental-Toughness/dp/1250096715

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Jan 30 2020 · 45mins

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CBD- Help or Hype? With Joanna Zeiger PhD and CEO of Canna Research Group and CTS Coach Corrine Malcolm⎮KoopCast Episode 11

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Coach Jason Koop speaks with Joanna Zeiger, CEO of Canna Research Group and CTS Coach Corrine Malcolm about all things cannabis for endurance athletes.

Canna Research Group can be found here- http://cannaresearchgroup.net/

Joanna 's research


https://jcannabisresearch.biomedcentral.com/track/pdf/10.1186/s42238-019-0006-9

https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0218998

Jan 30 2020 · 1hr 17mins
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Joanna Zeiger Athlete Cannabis Survey Results

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Our interview this week is with former pro triathlete, Olympian, PhD and author Joanna Zeiger. Joanna is legend in the triathlon world. After a 4th place in the Sydney Olympics, she went on to be a top 5 at the Ironman World Championship in Kona and then ascend to win the IM 70.3 World Championship in 2008. She has an academic research resume to match, which includes a recent sturdy on "Age related differences in cannabis use in a survey of adult athletes."

State and Federal laws and social norms have shifted the landscape of cannabis in the last decade. No doubt we have all seen the CBD market begin to take off in endurance sports. I've always been curious how much traction CBD would get, but with USADA removing it from the banned substance list in 2018 there seems to have been an acceleration of adoption. We have so many questions on this topic. Joanna has survey findings that will shed light on this for us. We are excited to learn from her after a few short announcements.

Thanks to last week's guest pro triathlete Sarah Crowley and her analysis of the 2019 season, her win at Ironman Arizona and outlook for 2020. If you missed that interview go back and check out episode #208.

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Interview Introduction:

Let's get the discussion rolling with Joanna, but first we are going to give you the Wikipedia on Joanna.

She attended Brown University where she held the school records in the 500-yard (460 m) freestyle, 1,000-yard (910 m) freestyle, and 1,650-yard (1,510 m) freestyle which she set in 1991. Competitive running and cycling were added to her repertoire in 1992 and 1993. Joanna was the 1998 triathlon rookie of the year, took 4th in the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and a top 5 Kona pro the same year.

Joanna received her PhD from The Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2001. She pursued her professional athletic career by going on to win the IRONMAN 70.3 world championship 2008. While defending her title in 2009 Joanna suffered a career ending bike crash.

Joanna is the author of "The Champion Mindset", founder of "Training Away Chronic Pain", and the architect of the Athlete PEACE Survey. We are going to talk about all of this, but let's start by going back in time a bit.

MHE Question:

Let's start with growing up as a swimmer. Did you always have the champion mindset or was that something you had to learn?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question:

Why Brown University and what career ambitions did you have as a freshman in college? What did you declare as your major?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question:

You held Brown University school records in the 500 freestyle, 1,000 freestyle, and 1,650-yard freestyle in 1991. You graduate 1992 and would later be inducted into the Brown Hall of Fame in 2002. You found your way to triathlon and by 1998 you are the rookie of the year and then qualify for the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney. How did that happen?

Joanna Answer:

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Around this same timeframe, you receive your PhD from The Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2001. What did you receive your PhD in and how did you balance these big things at the same time?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question:

Fast forward to 2008 when you win the IRONMAN 70.3 world championship and then defend your title in 2009. There you suffered a career ending bike crash. Take us through that experience in 2009 and the injuries that your sustained.

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question:

In addition to authoring your book "The Champion's Mindset", you have continued research and have become a thought leader on how to use aerobic exercised and strength training to help alleviate chronic pain. How did this lead to the Athlete PEACE Survey, and what were you and your colleagues hoping to achieve?

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MHE Question:

How did you go about distributing the survey? How many people participated? And how long did it take to analyze the results?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question:

Can you give us some examples of the types of questions that were asked and what were the some of the key results of the study?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question:

How do each CBD and THC work in our bodies? How Cannabinoids interact with The Endocannabinoid System and what combinations have the greatest efficacy?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question:

Your study asked about the subjective benefits compared to the subjective adverse effects. What were the subjective benefits? What were the adverse affects? Are they different for CBD and THC?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question:

What were the age groups you analyzed and what were the key findings that differentiated younger athletes vs. older athletes?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question: The study looked at both CBD and THC use. Can we take a few minutes to talk about the different cannabis plants and how CBD and THC are derived?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question: THC is a banned substance and is a threshold drug What does that mean and if an athlete is using it, what are the threshold that they need to be aware of? Is that a threshold that you can cross if you have taken 12 hours or more prior to testing?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question: CBD is off the USADA banned substance list. THC is not. Can you speculate on the impact of USADA's decision and what that has meant for the CBD industry?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question: How should athletes, coaches and health providers leverage the data from this study to help athlete health, performance and recovery?

Joanna Answer:

MHE Question: The governing body of USA Triathlon has a CBD company as a partner. How far have we shifted as a social, health and competitive issue for that to occur?

Joanna Answer:

Audience Questions:

Sponsor - Riplaces:

Our post interview discussion is sponsored by Riplaces. Riplaces are an elastic lace system that integrates a bungee loop with a plastic core to connect the loop in each eyelet of your running shoe. The bungees come in 5 sizes to achieve custom tension for the perfect fit. The bungees and the cores come in a variety of colors and styles to help you personalize your set. Or, you can choose the MHE logo package. Pro triathlete proven and endorsed, use the code MHE25 to get that 25% discount. Go to www.riplaces.com for more information

New in the 303/Endurance News:

USA CYCLING AND USA TRIATHLON ANNOUNCE NEW PARTNERSHIP

A few months ago we shared the announcement from USA Cycling and USA Triathlon were offering joint programs and promotions to better serve existing members while attracting new participants to both sports. The U.S. Olympic National Governing Bodies are both headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado — allowing for frequent collaboration around the shared goal of growing the endurance sports community.

The first-of-its-kind partnership is highlighted by a joint annual membership option that provides access to all USA Triathlon- and USA Cycling-sanctioned events. The organizations will cross-promote their respective National Championships and select sanctioned races to each other’s members in an effort to expand racing opportunities for both groups. The joint membership is now available for purchase for $99, a $31 savings versus purchasing the two memberships separately. More details and a registration link can be found at usacycling.org and usatriathlon.org.

KAREN HORNBOSTEL MEMORIAL TIME TRIAL DEAL FOR TRIATHLETES

The Karen Hornbostel Memorial Time Trial Series, USA Triathlon, USA Cycling, and Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado have joined together to offer USA Triathlon members a highly discounted entry to the KHMTT seven week time trial series.

This is a perfect opportunity to get an early start on preparing for the upcoming season. By racing competitively each week, you can compare your times for each week and your fitness.

USAT members will save more than $80 from the regular price for the series, with a bundled discounts off the USAC racing license, BRAC membership and KHMTT registration fee. Plus, USAT members will have the credit card processing and registration processing fees waived. This is a limited time offer, and will not be available after February 29, 2020. After that date you can purchase a USAC racing license directly from USA Cycling for $49.00, however you will be required to pay full price for your BRAC membership and KHMTT registration. Check out https://khmtt.com/usat-registration-start/ for more information. We will have Larry Potter from KHMTT and Colorado Bike Racing Association (COBRAs) on 303Radio in a couple of weeks to talk about the program.

Sponsor - Riplaces:

Riplaces are an elastic lace system that integrates a bungee loop with a plastic core to connect the loop in each eyelet of your running shoe. The bungees come in 5 sizes to achieve custom tension for the perfect fit. The bungees and the cores come in a variety of colors and styles to help you personalize your set. Or, you can choose the MHE logo package. Pro triathlete proven and endorsed, use the code MHE25 to get that 25% discount. Go to www.riplaces.com for more information, or go to the MHE Sponsor Discounts page by going to www.milehighendurance.com, or directly to https://www.riplaces.com/collections/mile-high-endurance

Video of the Week:

Nike Cross Country Nationals from Portland, OR

1st - Kaitlyn Touhy: 17:18.4

2nd - Taylor Ewert: 17:19.1 (Beaver Creek, OH)

3rd - Sydney Thorvaldson: 17:19.4 (Northwest)

https://nxn.runnerspace.com/eprofile.php?event_id=13&do=videos&video_id=286981

Upcoming Interviews:

Chris Helwick, a Colorado athlete making a comeback to his professional career as a decathlete (after a 6 year retirement) to make a third and final attempt at qualifying for the 2020 Olympics.

Anders Hoffman of Project Iceman will be joining us in the future to talk about the documentary of the first ever, World Record breaking Ironman triathlon in Antarctica in February 2020, the Iceman, to show that limitations are perceptions. The purpose is to inspire other people to dare pursue their biggest dreams.

https://www.projecticeman.com/

Last week we had Sarah Crowley and we were talking to her about her hydration/nutrition prep for hot and cooler races. Precision Hydration is her nutrition sponsor and we reached out to them and we are going to have Andy Blow from Precision Hydration join is in a couple of weeks to help give you some tips on how to customize your plan.

Closing:

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Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!

Dec 15 2019 · 1hr 3mins

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Mental Toughness with Joanna Zeiger PhD

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Joanna Zeiger has accomplished a lot so far in her life.  She's an Olympian, World Champion Triathlete in the 70.3 discipline, has her Phd, and is the author of the book The Champion Mindset: An Athletes Guide to Mental Toughness.  Her athletic career alone is pretty impressive - she raced as a professional triathlete from 1998-2010. She placed 4th in the triathlon at the 2000 Sydney Olympics and won the 2008 Ironman 70.3 World Championships. Through her company, Race Ready Coaching, Joanna trains endurance athletes to reach their personal best and instills in them the importance of having fun even when they are training hard. She also offers mental skills training individually and through her Champion Mindset course on trainingpeaks.com linked in the shownotes.

Topics Discussed in the Podcast 

  • defining mental toughness
  • components of mental toughness and the Sisu Quiz
  • how to improve your self-esteem
  • the right way to approach goal-setting
  • using both positive and negative visualization
  • how to get more confidence
  • dealing with injury
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Nov 21 2019 · 55mins
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011 Dr Joanna Zeiger: Winning World Championships, The Athlete/Coach Relationship, and Cannabis In Sports

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Joanna Zeiger is an Olympian, World Champion Triathlete, Cannabis Researcher, and author of the book The Champion MIndset: An Athletes Guide to Mental Toughness.

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Jul 23 2019 · 53mins
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Episode #72- Joanna Zeiger- Olympic Athlete-World Champion Triathlete-Mental Toughness Coach

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Joanna competed as a professional triathlete from 1998-2010. She placed 4th in the Sydney Olympics and was the 2008 Ironman 70.3 World Champion. She excelled at all 3 distances in the sport of triathlon, winning races in the Olympic, Half Ironman, and Ironman distances. She is an Olympic trials qualifier in 3 sports – marathon, triathlon and swimming.


Professionally Joanna has been a coach and mentor to endurance athletes of all ages and abilities since 2003. In the past decade, Joanna has helped athletes reach their goals by concentrating on both the physical and mental aspects of training and competing. In 2013, Joanna expanded her coaching business and created Race Ready Coaching which aims to help athletes achieve their personal best in running, cycling and triathlon through innovative training plans, multi-media, and education.


Academically while pursuing her athletic dreams. She received a B.A. in Psychology from Brown University she went on to Northwestern University Chicago, IL to earn her M.S. in Genetic Counseling (1995). Motivated by the excitement of independent research, Joanna earned her Ph.D. in Genetic Epidemiology (2001)


http://joanna-zeiger.com/jzeiger/


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Jul 19 2019 · 29mins
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Fitter Radio Episode 266 - Joanna Zeiger

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PILATES FOR SPORTS: ROBIN KRAMER (00:11:53) Robin is a USA Triathlon Level I Coach, a Youth and Juniors Triathlon Coach an Exercise Physiologist and Triathlete. She talks to us about her experiences with the new Pilates for Sports Triathlon Programme.

WORKOUT OF THE WEEK: (00:31:30) Your stress budget and how to audit it. 

COFFEE CLUB MEMBER LUKE PARKER: (00:41:46) Luke won the free race entry to the PORT TO PORT MTB event. We catch up with him post-race to find out how it all went.

HOT PROPERTY INTERVIEW: JOANNA ZEIGER (00:57:52) Joanna competed as a professional triathlete from 1998-2010. She placed 4th in the Sydney Olympics and was the 2008 Ironman 70.3 World Champion. She excelled at all 3 distances in the sport of triathlon, winning races in the Olympic, Half Ironman, and Ironman distances. She is an Olympic trials qualifier in 3 sports – marathon, triathlon and swimming and was the first triathlete to race both the Olympics and the Ironman World Championships in the same year (2000). In this fascinating chat with Joanna we cover her pro career, CBD oil, dysfunctional breathing and mental toughness.

ONE STEP AHEAD: (01:55:19) Ketones as a recovery tool.

SOPHIE LYSAGHT: (02:07:28) Sophie is the Marketing Communications Manager for IRONMAN Oceania and this weekend she’s doing her first IRONMAN… IRONMAN Cairns!

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Jun 02 2019 · 2hr 26mins
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#145 Champion mindset with Joanna Zeiger

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Joanna competed as a professional triathlete from 1998-2010. She placed 4th in the Sydney Olympics and was the 2008 Ironman 70.3 World Champion. She excelled at all 3 distances in the sport of triathlon, winning races in the Olympic, Half Ironman, and Ironman distances. She is an Olympic trials qualifier in 3 sports – marathon, triathlon and swimming.

Joanna has been a coach and mentor to endurance athletes of all ages and abilities since 2003. In the past decade, Joanna has helped athletes reach their goals by concentrating on both the physical and mental aspects of training and competing. In 2013, Joanna expanded her coaching business and created Race Ready Coaching with partner Jared Berg. Race Ready Coaching aims to help athletes achieve their personal best in running, cycling and triathlon through innovative training plans, multi-media, and education.

Her book, The Champion Mindset: An Athlete’s Guide to Mental Toughness (UK), (USA) is a long-overdue look into how to program a competitor’s mind to achieve optimal success.

You can learn more about Joanna by visiting their website joanna-zeiger.com and you can connect with her through their Twitter

For more information about Mind Set Game connect with us on Facebook @mindsetgamepodcast

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Feb 24 2019 · 42mins
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Triathlete, Joanna Zeiger, Interview

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On this episode, Hilary chats with Joanna Zeiger, MS, Ph.D., from Race Ready Coaching. Joanna raced as a professional triathlete from 1998-2010. She placed 4th in the triathlon at the 2000 Sydney Olympics and won the 2008 Ironman 70.3 World Championships.

She is a seven-time Olympic trials qualifier in 3 sports – marathon, triathlon and swimming. Through her company, Race Ready Coaching, Joanna trains endurance athletes to reach their personal best and instills in them the importance of having fun even when they are training hard.

Joanna will discuss some of the concepts found in her new book, The Champion Mindset: An Athlete’s Guide to Mental Toughness (St. Martin’s Press). You will learn about what mental toughness is (it is more complicated than you think!) and ways to rethink how you approach sports to make it more fun and positive.

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Jan 01 2019 · 22mins
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