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Episode 42 - Angela Naeth on Gravel Racing

Zwift PowerUp Tri Podcast

Angela Naeth joins Matt Lieto and Sarah True to discuss her new found love of gravel riding and why more triathletes are taking to the discipline. They dive deep into the intricacies of gravel, why the start is so scary (even for seasoned pros) and where her next race will be. Plus Angela provides one of the best PowerUp ideas yet! 

42mins

13 Aug 2021

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23. Angela Naeth tells us about life as a triathlete with Lyme disease

Looking at Lyme

Join us for a candid conversation with Ironman athlete, Angela Naeth. Angela contracted Lyme disease in 2018, the same year she completed the Ironman race in Kona, Hawaii. Born in Prince George BC, and now living in Massachusetts, Angela has had to continually adapt and evolve in order to optimize both her own health and her performance as an athlete. She describes the learning curve that many Lyme patients are faced with in trying to navigate this complicated disease. After seeing many doctors and finally receiving a Lyme diagnosis, she had to research various treatments and be her own advocate to receive treatment. One of the added challenges throughout this process was that she appeared healthy but felt extremely unwell.“I went to so many different doctors, and it was so difficult because I was the epitome of health on paper, but yet I was dying inside.” Angela Naeth, Professional Triathlete and CoachRead the full show notes

19mins

17 Feb 2021

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Pro Triathlete with Lyme Disease | Angela Naeth

Triathlon Taren Podcast

Angela Naeth is a professional triathlete who has been competing at a high level in IRONMAN races (she had an 8th place finish at Kona in 2018), all the while battling Lyme Disease.  We talk to her about how she new she had contracted the tick-borne illness, how she's managed to keep competing, and what treatment looks like these days.

1hr 5mins

3 Jan 2021

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Angela Naeth and Challenge Daytona

Mile High Endurance Podcast

This week we are joined by the reigning Ironman Chattanooga champ, Angela Naeth. She has been battling with Lyme Disease the past couple of years and still managed a sub-9 hour at both the Ironman World Championship and Cozumel in 2018.  Plus we'll talk about the community Team I Race Like A Girl and her new sponsorship with BlueRub.  Show Sponsor: VENGA Thanks to Venga CBD for sponsoring today's show.  Venga is a premium CBD that will improve your athletic performance by helping reduce inflammation and anxiety.  Venga CBD products are different than typical CBD products, they are made for endurance athletes here in Colorado with the highest quality hemp. All their products are THC free, with the highest bioavailability of any CBD. Venga has a no-risk, 60-day, money-back guarantee.  It's easy to order online and have delivered right to your door.   You can get Venga CBD by going to VengaCBD.com which is spelled V - e - n - g - a CBD.com.  Get 30% off your first order with promo code - 303podcast.  Subscribe and save 15% on future orders. https://vengaendurance.com/303podcast/ In Today's Show Feature interview with Angela Naeth What New in the 303 - Colorado Classic Partner to Inspire Student Athletes Endurance News - Giro d'Italia COVID threat, new Challenge Daytona Wild Card announcements Best New Thing - Levels Health and my UCAN brick test Interview Sponsor: UCAN I'll be talking a little later about my BGL brick test in the news section later, but I did do the test using UCAN as my only fuel and hydration for the 2 hour brick and felt great throughout.  I love that feeling of being 2 hours into an effort and feeling like you still have a kick, and you feel mentally sharp and positive. UCAN Performance Energy and Bars are powered by SuperStarch®.   Use in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover quickly! If you miss the Keep Moving deal, you can always use code MHE2020 for 15% off at generationucan.com, Interview with Angela Naeth: Growing up in British Columbia, Canada, Angela Naeth, known in the triathlon world for her prowess on the bike, is a multiple 70.3 and Ironman Champion. In 2018, Angela, while battling Lyme disease, placed 8th at the Ironman World Championships with a time of 8:57.  She is now currently ranked among the top triathletes in the world -  with 3 sub-9 hour IRONMAN performances, 30+ podiums at the 70.3 and Ironman distances. Angela continues to pursue her career in these distances and build awareness around Lyme, and Women in Sport. Giving back - Angela created a women's triathlon/cycling community in 2017.  www.iracelikeagirl.com.  Growing in numbers, iracelikeagirl is her ability to support others in the sport of triathlon. FAST FACTS: Hometown: Prince George, BC Canada Resides in:  South Easton, Massachusetts Previous sports: Middle distance track First triathlon: 2008 Years as a professional: 10 Pre-race meal: Banana and Applesauce Favorite Foods: salmon, grapes, almond butter, coffee, black licorice. Favorite workout: Long rides in the mountains Favorite places: Kona, HI, St. Coix, and Lake Placid NY Post Interview Discussion Lyme Disease Loves VR Racing - weigh in, functional threshold test, iracelikeagirl e-racing team Likes to talk to marketing directors and think outside the box, feel like I'm a part of something Definitely in Kona Our News is sponsored by Buddy Insurance. Buddy Insurance is the kind of peace of mind you need as an active outdoor enthusiast.  Buddy’s mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle.  You can now get on-demand accident insurance to make sure you get cash for bills fast and fill any gaps between your current coverage.  Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account.  There's no commitment or charge to create one.  Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day.  Check it out! Endurance News: PROFESSIONAL TRIATHLETES ORGANISATION ANNOUNCES VINCENT LUIS, NICOLA SPIRIG, KRISTIAN BLUMMENFELT AND GEORGIA TAYLOR-BROWN AS WILDCARD SELECTIONS FOR PTO 2020 CHAMPIONSHIP This week the PTO announced the first 8 athletes who will receive Wildcard Slots for the PTO 2020 Championship at CHALLENGEDAYTONA®.  On Monday, Vincent Luis, Georgia Taylor-Brown, Kristian Blummenfelt and Nicola Spirig were announced as the first athletes to be receiving Wildcard Slots. There is no doubt that these short course and Olympic distance stars will spice up the already world-class start line made up of the PTO World Ranking Top 40 male and female athletes. Find out more about the 1st picks and why they were selected here.  Yesterday, Gustav Iden, Flora Duffy, Tim Don and Jessica Learmonth were announced as the latest athletes to have received one of the 20 Wildcard Slots, as allocated by the PTO’s non-athlete board based on the Wildcard Selection Criteria.  The quartet have the opportunity to join the 1st picks and the pre-qualified athletes on the start line to race for a record-breaking $1,000,000 prize purse before a global TV audience on December 6. Each athlete brings their own individual talent and this is shaping up to be the strongest field ever assembled in the sport. Find out more about each athlete’s pedigree and why they were selected here. Cycling: Giro d'Italia on brink of cancellation amid COVID-19 cases (Reuters) - The Giro d’Italia was on the brink of cancellation on Tuesday after five teams were hit by COVID-19 cases on the first rest day, with two of them pulling out of the three-week grand tour 12 days before the finish in Milan. The Mitchelton-Scott team withdrew after four staff members tested positive for the coronavirus following top rider Simon Yates pulling out last week. Jumbo-Visma, whose leader Steven Kruisjwijk tested positive, said they would not start the 10th stage on Tuesday.  A Team Sunweb rider, one staff member from Ineos-Grenadiers and AG2R-La Mondiale also returned positive tests, organisers RCS said.  RCS, in a joint statement with the International Cycling Union (UCI), said the teams’ doctors had ordered “isolation measures”.  Sunweb’s Michael Matthews had tested positive and sports director Luke Roberts said the Australian was asymptomatic. ‘If This Works It’s Going To Change Everything’: Cycling’s BMC And F1’s Red Bull Advanced Technologies Hint At Cycling Revolution Red Bull Advanced Technologies’ Vehicle Science team has been helping BMC technicians with simulations of bike behavior based on data from Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) models. The companies are enlisted Cancellara—an Olympic and World Champion—to validate and evaluate some of the first hardware developments produced by the partnership. What's New in the 303: High School Cycling League and the Colorado Classic Partner to Inspire Student Athletes The Colorado Classic applauds all of these student athletes and is honored to award our Best Young Rider to two Exceptional Student Athletes. These are exemplary student-athletes whose personal standards and achievements are a model to others. They demonstrate outstanding leadership, sportsmanship, academic performance and volunteerism in their team, school, and community. Nominated by the Colorado League community members, the winners will receive a 2019 Colorado Classic Young Rider Jersey signed by the world famous track and time trial superstar, Chloe Dygert. “The Colorado Classic is a trailblazer in it’s high profile support of female professional athletes. All youth are inspired by the visibility of exceptional female role models. Thank you for acknowledging 2020 exceptional student athletes,” said Kate Rau, Executive Director of the Colorado High School Cycling League. The winners will be announced on November 1 on social media. Those not part of the League, are encouraged to vie for a Chloe Dygert – signed jersey in the QOM Jersey competition. Taking place between October 15th and October 21st, participants are asked to join the Colorado Classic Strava Group, hop on their bikes and get climbing! The first cyclist to ride 13,668 feet in elevation (the total amount of feet climbed during the 2019 event) during that week-long climbing window wins.  A second signed jersey will be awarded to the cyclist who records the most elevation gain during the Climbing Window. The #InspiredWeRide Jersey Campaign is the latest initiative in a series of ways the organizers behind the Colorado Classic have kept the cycling world engaged during this unusual and trying year; while furthering their mission be more than a race, and act as a movement to inspire and  empower women of all ages to break the mold, and fight for their goals. Levels Health Tests and Results: For a given carbohydrate (eg, a banana), what is my blood glucose at different times of the day? Same carbohydrate paired with protein/fat different times of the day Same carbohydrate with no post exercise Same carbohydrate followed by aerobic exercise Pre/during/post aerobic exercise fasted Pre/during/post aerobic exercise fueled (Skratch vs. UCAN) Sunday 2 Hour Brick (90 minute ride/30-40 minute run) Before the test I had a cup of coffee and a high protein and fat breakfast of bacon, eggs and sourdough toast.  I had a swig of UCAN Lemon, and a bottle of UCAN Lemon and another of UCAN Hydrate.  The brick workout was a 90 minute ride followed by a 30-40 minute run.  The protocol was to take a BGL measurement and fuel with UCAN every 15 minutes.  The following were tests just prior to starting the ride and every 15 minutes, and a final post ride measurement. The lack of an initial spike in BG illustrates that my muscles are getting adequate glycogen from muscle stores or UCAN, or both.  Starting with a high protein breakfast may have had an influence by starting me out with a steady BGL.  On the ride, the effort was variable as measured by heart rate and perceived exertion.  I was fueling consistently every 15 minutes with UCAN bar and energy drink.  Just prior to the 60 minute measurement, a had an encounter with rider who honked off at me for riding their wheel.  It actually got me a little honked off and got my adrenaline going (see 10:36 measurement; 101 and rising).  It continued to rise to 122 fifteen minutes later.  This increase could have been from one or more of the following.  A) an increase in effort sending a demand for more glycogen; B) an increase in carbohydrate from UCAN; C) adrenalin rush from the encounter with the rude rider.  15 minutes into the run there was a 12 point drop, which would suggest a sufficient supply of fuel for the muscles and insulin was packing glycogen into the muscles. Fifteen minutes later the BG increased back to 95 suggesting a surge into the blood stream either from UCAN or the liver.   The post run measurement was 97.  I had a UCAN protein shake with milk after the run and then took a measurement at lunch.  There was a big post run spike which I can only attribute to the UCAN protein shake. Why does exercise sometimes raise blood sugar? Exercise can trigger the body to release stress hormones, like adrenaline and cortisol. Adrenaline can stimulate the liver and the adrenal glands to release glucose and cortisol which makes you more resistant to insulin. Video of the Week: The race is Long: Behind the scenes at Bear Lake Brawl Credit to Kenny Withrow Upcoming Interviews: Kristian Blummenfelt is a Norwegian triathlete and Olympian, competing at both short course (sprint and standard distance).  In 2018 he set the world record for the 70.3 distance, setting a time of 3:29:04 in 2018 and both repeating the feat and bettering his own mark in 2019 with a time of 3:25:21.  Blummenfelt achieved his first career gold at ITU World Triathlon Series level at the Grand Final in Lausanne on the 31st August. Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week.  Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and @303triathlon and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment.  We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!

1hr 23mins

17 Oct 2020

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Angela Naeth and Challenge Daytona

303Endurance Podcast

This week we are joined by the reigning Ironman Chattanooga champ, Angela Naeth. She has been battling with Lyme Disease the past couple of years and still managed a sub-9 hour at both the Ironman World Championship and Cozumel in 2018.  Plus we'll talk about the community Team I Race Like A Girl and her new sponsorship with BlueRub.  Show Sponsor: VENGA Thanks to Venga CBD for sponsoring today's show.  Venga is a premium CBD that will improve your athletic performance by helping reduce inflammation and anxiety.  Venga CBD products are different than typical CBD products, they are made for endurance athletes here in Colorado with the highest quality hemp. All their products are THC free, with the highest bioavailability of any CBD. Venga has a no-risk, 60-day, money-back guarantee.  It's easy to order online and have delivered right to your door.   You can get Venga CBD by going to VengaCBD.com which is spelled V - e - n - g - a CBD.com.  Get 30% off your first order with promo code - 303podcast.  Subscribe and save 15% on future orders. https://vengaendurance.com/303podcast/ In Today's Show Feature interview with Angela Naeth What New in the 303 - Colorado Classic Partner to Inspire Student Athletes Endurance News - Giro d'Italia COVID threat, new Challenge Daytona Wild Card announcements Best New Thing - Levels Health and my UCAN brick test Interview Sponsor: UCAN I'll be talking a little later about my BGL brick test in the news section later, but I did do the test using UCAN as my only fuel and hydration for the 2 hour brick and felt great throughout.  I love that feeling of being 2 hours into an effort and feeling like you still have a kick, and you feel mentally sharp and positive. UCAN Performance Energy and Bars are powered by SuperStarch®.   Use in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover quickly! If you miss the Keep Moving deal, you can always use code MHE2020 for 15% off at generationucan.com, Interview with Angela Naeth: Growing up in British Columbia, Canada, Angela Naeth, known in the triathlon world for her prowess on the bike, is a multiple 70.3 and Ironman Champion. In 2018, Angela, while battling Lyme disease, placed 8th at the Ironman World Championships with a time of 8:57.  She is now currently ranked among the top triathletes in the world -  with 3 sub-9 hour IRONMAN performances, 30+ podiums at the 70.3 and Ironman distances. Angela continues to pursue her career in these distances and build awareness around Lyme, and Women in Sport. Giving back - Angela created a women's triathlon/cycling community in 2017.  www.iracelikeagirl.com.  Growing in numbers, iracelikeagirl is her ability to support others in the sport of triathlon. FAST FACTS: Hometown: Prince George, BC Canada Resides in:  South Easton, Massachusetts Previous sports: Middle distance track First triathlon: 2008 Years as a professional: 10 Pre-race meal: Banana and Applesauce Favorite Foods: salmon, grapes, almond butter, coffee, black licorice. Favorite workout: Long rides in the mountains Favorite places: Kona, HI, St. Coix, and Lake Placid NY Post Interview Discussion Lyme Disease Loves VR Racing - weigh in, functional threshold test, iracelikeagirl e-racing team Likes to talk to marketing directors and think outside the box, feel like I'm a part of something Definitely in Kona Our News is sponsored by Buddy Insurance. Buddy Insurance is the kind of peace of mind you need as an active outdoor enthusiast.  Buddy’s mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle.  You can now get on-demand accident insurance to make sure you get cash for bills fast and fill any gaps between your current coverage.  Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account.  There's no commitment or charge to create one.  Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day.  Check it out! Endurance News: PROFESSIONAL TRIATHLETES ORGANISATION ANNOUNCES VINCENT LUIS, NICOLA SPIRIG, KRISTIAN BLUMMENFELT AND GEORGIA TAYLOR-BROWN AS WILDCARD SELECTIONS FOR PTO 2020 CHAMPIONSHIP This week the PTO announced the first 8 athletes who will receive Wildcard Slots for the PTO 2020 Championship at CHALLENGEDAYTONA®.  On Monday, Vincent Luis, Georgia Taylor-Brown, Kristian Blummenfelt and Nicola Spirig were announced as the first athletes to be receiving Wildcard Slots. There is no doubt that these short course and Olympic distance stars will spice up the already world-class start line made up of the PTO World Ranking Top 40 male and female athletes. Find out more about the 1st picks and why they were selected here.  Yesterday, Gustav Iden, Flora Duffy, Tim Don and Jessica Learmonth were announced as the latest athletes to have received one of the 20 Wildcard Slots, as allocated by the PTO’s non-athlete board based on the Wildcard Selection Criteria.  The quartet have the opportunity to join the 1st picks and the pre-qualified athletes on the start line to race for a record-breaking $1,000,000 prize purse before a global TV audience on December 6. Each athlete brings their own individual talent and this is shaping up to be the strongest field ever assembled in the sport. Find out more about each athlete’s pedigree and why they were selected here. Cycling: Giro d'Italia on brink of cancellation amid COVID-19 cases (Reuters) - The Giro d’Italia was on the brink of cancellation on Tuesday after five teams were hit by COVID-19 cases on the first rest day, with two of them pulling out of the three-week grand tour 12 days before the finish in Milan. The Mitchelton-Scott team withdrew after four staff members tested positive for the coronavirus following top rider Simon Yates pulling out last week. Jumbo-Visma, whose leader Steven Kruisjwijk tested positive, said they would not start the 10th stage on Tuesday.  A Team Sunweb rider, one staff member from Ineos-Grenadiers and AG2R-La Mondiale also returned positive tests, organisers RCS said.  RCS, in a joint statement with the International Cycling Union (UCI), said the teams’ doctors had ordered “isolation measures”.  Sunweb’s Michael Matthews had tested positive and sports director Luke Roberts said the Australian was asymptomatic. ‘If This Works It’s Going To Change Everything’: Cycling’s BMC And F1’s Red Bull Advanced Technologies Hint At Cycling Revolution Red Bull Advanced Technologies’ Vehicle Science team has been helping BMC technicians with simulations of bike behavior based on data from Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) models. The companies are enlisted Cancellara—an Olympic and World Champion—to validate and evaluate some of the first hardware developments produced by the partnership. What's New in the 303: High School Cycling League and the Colorado Classic Partner to Inspire Student Athletes The Colorado Classic applauds all of these student athletes and is honored to award our Best Young Rider to two Exceptional Student Athletes. These are exemplary student-athletes whose personal standards and achievements are a model to others. They demonstrate outstanding leadership, sportsmanship, academic performance and volunteerism in their team, school, and community. Nominated by the Colorado League community members, the winners will receive a 2019 Colorado Classic Young Rider Jersey signed by the world famous track and time trial superstar, Chloe Dygert. “The Colorado Classic is a trailblazer in it’s high profile support of female professional athletes. All youth are inspired by the visibility of exceptional female role models. Thank you for acknowledging 2020 exceptional student athletes,” said Kate Rau, Executive Director of the Colorado High School Cycling League. The winners will be announced on November 1 on social media. Those not part of the League, are encouraged to vie for a Chloe Dygert – signed jersey in the QOM Jersey competition. Taking place between October 15th and October 21st, participants are asked to join the Colorado Classic Strava Group, hop on their bikes and get climbing! The first cyclist to ride 13,668 feet in elevation (the total amount of feet climbed during the 2019 event) during that week-long climbing window wins.  A second signed jersey will be awarded to the cyclist who records the most elevation gain during the Climbing Window. The #InspiredWeRide Jersey Campaign is the latest initiative in a series of ways the organizers behind the Colorado Classic have kept the cycling world engaged during this unusual and trying year; while furthering their mission be more than a race, and act as a movement to inspire and  empower women of all ages to break the mold, and fight for their goals. Levels Health Tests and Results: For a given carbohydrate (eg, a banana), what is my blood glucose at different times of the day? Same carbohydrate paired with protein/fat different times of the day Same carbohydrate with no post exercise Same carbohydrate followed by aerobic exercise Pre/during/post aerobic exercise fasted Pre/during/post aerobic exercise fueled (Skratch vs. UCAN) Sunday 2 Hour Brick (90 minute ride/30-40 minute run) Before the test I had a cup of coffee and a high protein and fat breakfast of bacon, eggs and sourdough toast.  I had a swig of UCAN Lemon, and a bottle of UCAN Lemon and another of UCAN Hydrate.  The brick workout was a 90 minute ride followed by a 30-40 minute run.  The protocol was to take a BGL measurement and fuel with UCAN every 15 minutes.  The following were tests just prior to starting the ride and every 15 minutes, and a final post ride measurement. The lack of an initial spike in BG illustrates that my muscles are getting adequate glycogen from muscle stores or UCAN, or both.  Starting with a high protein breakfast may have had an influence by starting me out with a steady BGL.  On the ride, the effort was variable as measured by heart rate and perceived exertion.  I was fueling consistently every 15 minutes with UCAN bar and energy drink.  Just prior to the 60 minute measurement, a had an encounter with rider who honked off at me for riding their wheel.  It actually got me a little honked off and got my adrenaline going (see 10:36 measurement; 101 and rising).  It continued to rise to 122 fifteen minutes later.  This increase could have been from one or more of the following.  A) an increase in effort sending a demand for more glycogen; B) an increase in carbohydrate from UCAN; C) adrenalin rush from the encounter with the rude rider.  15 minutes into the run there was a 12 point drop, which would suggest a sufficient supply of fuel for the muscles and insulin was packing glycogen into the muscles. Fifteen minutes later the BG increased back to 95 suggesting a surge into the blood stream either from UCAN or the liver.   The post run measurement was 97.  I had a UCAN protein shake with milk after the run and then took a measurement at lunch.  There was a big post run spike which I can only attribute to the UCAN protein shake. Why does exercise sometimes raise blood sugar? Exercise can trigger the body to release stress hormones, like adrenaline and cortisol. Adrenaline can stimulate the liver and the adrenal glands to release glucose and cortisol which makes you more resistant to insulin. Video of the Week: The race is Long: Behind the scenes at Bear Lake Brawl Credit to Kenny Withrow Upcoming Interviews: Kristian Blummenfelt is a Norwegian triathlete and Olympian, competing at both short course (sprint and standard distance).  In 2018 he set the world record for the 70.3 distance, setting a time of 3:29:04 in 2018 and both repeating the feat and bettering his own mark in 2019 with a time of 3:25:21.  Blummenfelt achieved his first career gold at ITU World Triathlon Series level at the Grand Final in Lausanne on the 31st August. Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week.  Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and @303triathlon and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment.  We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!

1hr 23mins

17 Oct 2020

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The Triathlete Hour: Ep. 27 - Angela Naeth doesn't give up

The Triathlete Hour

In 2017, Angela Naeth contracted Lyme disease. After winning countless 70.3 and full Ironman races, she struggled to walk and suffered from mysterious debilitating pain. But in 2018, she came back to get 8th at Kona.Now she's going through intense treatment during this off year. She tells us about what it's been like, how she decided to become a pro triathlete at the age of 27, and why she wants to keep racing forever. She also talks about all the different projects she's been involved in—and how her age group team brings her joy and camaraderie.For more info on Lyme disease, which we talk about extensively:CDC's symptoms of untreated Lyme: https://www.cdc.gov/lyme/signs_symptoms/index.html LymeDisease.org: https://www.lymedisease.org/And first we chat with our senior editor, Chris Foster, who headed to the first big pro race in the US this weekend. He tells us why small grassroots races are attracting huge and competitive pro fields, and how this might be the future of the sport.This episode is sponsored by MitoQ: www.mitoq.com/poweruptriathlon

52mins

23 Sep 2020

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Episode # 12 Angela Naeth

The life of Tri

Angela Naeth is one of the world's best triathletes. She is also a community builder and inspiration to thousands with her work away from racing.

42mins

22 Aug 2020

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Episode 62: Angela Naeth — Professional Triathlete, Ironman Champion, and She's Coming to Gravel!

King of the Ride

Welcome to gravel! Angela Naeth's story is one of tenacity and fulfillment. With high highs and difficult lows, she shares her fascinating trajectory through the sport of triathlon which coincidentally has her lining up for the SugarCane 200 in January 2020. With health now on her side, Angela is at a point where she's writing the script to her story rather than having it written for her. 2020 is wide open for possibility and that allows more gravel in her travel. Despite the global pandemic that we find ourselves in, despite not knowing about this pandemic when this conversation was recorded, Angela's positivity is almost tangible.  Find more about Angela at AngelaNaeth.com Read about IRaceLikeAGirl at iracelikeagirl.com And follow along #DIYgravel at iamtedking.com/diygravel

50mins

26 May 2020

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Angela Naeth on Discovery and Acceptance

Finding Mastery

This week’s conversation is with Angela Naeth, currently ranked among the top triathletes in the world with 3 sub 9-hour Ironman performances.Angela is a multiple 70.3 and Ironman Champion and has 30+ podiums at the 70.3 and Ironman distances.If you're not familiar with the 70.3, that's the total distance in miles for what's considered a half-ironman. A full ironman triathlon is 140+ miles (consisting of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and a 26.22-mile marathon run, raced in that order).In 2018, Angela, while battling Lyme disease, placed 8th at the Ironman World Championships with a time of 8:57, which is just remarkable.So why compete with Lyme disease – why put her body through something that intense?For Angela, it’s about using sport as a means to help her better understand herself and discover what she’s capable of, what she’s made of.It’s about doing it for her own satisfaction rather than trying to appease others, which is something she’s had to work on.And that’s really what this conversation is all about: discovery and acceptance. Self-discovery involves testing yourself; that feedback, that information, is part of the process for figuring out who you are.Self-acceptance involves taking that information and embracing the true nature of it; it’s about getting comfortable in your own skin.They go hand in hand and Angela has a very eloquent way of describing her process for it— I hope you find ways to apply those lessons.  ------Please support our partners!We're able to keep growing and creating content for YOU because of their support. We believe in their mission and would appreciate you supporting them in return!!To take advantage of deals from our partners, head to https://www.findingmastery.net/partners where you'll find all discount links and codes mentioned in the podcast.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

1hr 25mins

6 Nov 2019

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Angela Naeth - Triathlon Sideline Chat on Chattanooga 70.3, Yokohama WTS & more!

The Pacing and Racing Podcast

Your co-hosts Jenna-Caer Seefried and Steven Langenhuizen bring you our new segment within the Pacing and Racing Podcast where we do post-race coverage and pre-race analysis with the insight and perspectives from the professional triathletes. Now in today’s episode of the Triathlon Sideline Chat we get to speak with Angela Naeth! Angela has had three sub-9-hour ironman performances; One of which placed her 1st in the North American Ironman championships. The second sub 9 was from her incredible speed on one of the most challenging courses; which earned her 8th place in the ironman world championships in KONA with a time of 8 hours 57 minutes!  Now, what makes Angela so unique and special and I’m so excited to have her on, is that now only is she is a world-ranking professional triathlete, but she’s also a Red bull Athlete, a Lyme-disease advocate, and the founder of IRACELIKEAGIRL brand. I might also add she was on the cover of Triathlon Magazine in and won both Triathlon Magazine Canada Elite Triathlete of the year and Triathlon Canada Multisport Athlete of the year in 2018! Angela just finished racing Chattanooga 70.3 so we’ll get to hear all about her thoughts going into that race as well as how she felt during and after!  We also get to do a recap on some of the other big races that were on that same weekend including the Barcelona 70.3, the Yokohama World Triathlon Series Race, and Challenge Lisboa! Now in last weeks episode, we had Linsey Corbin join us in on our race predictions so you’ll be able to hear the results of those in today’s episode! Now to finish off today’s podcast, Jenna and I pick our race predictions as we lead into another competitive race weekend ahead including the 70.3 Austria, IRONMAN Brazil, and IRONMAN Lanzarote!

1hr 19mins

24 May 2019

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