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The Let's Master English podcast is for ESL (English as a Second Language) learners! This podcast has many features--news, Q&A, English learning advice and other fun sections. You can join the Let's Master English community on Google+ and see the full transcripts. Transcripts are made by you, the listeners! I hope you enjoy my podcasts and please visit my website--www.letsmasterenglish.com!
 
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In today's show, I’m joined by a man who helps people to run faster, and he calls himself a movement coach. Shane Benzie has a coaching philosophy that leads him to take an anthropological view of a runner. Shane believes that if we move like a human is designed to move, that will make us a good athlete. To maximise our potential we must take that …
 
My guest today is Prof. Greg Whyte. As an Olympian (he won a modern pentathlon bronze at the 1986 Olympic Games), sports scientist and coach Greg is uniquely experienced at optimising performance. Greg has worked as a consultant physiologist in a large number of Olympic and professional sports and has been the Director of Science and research at th…
 
On today's podcast, I have a very special guest, my brother, Jonathan Ward. Jono is not a triathlete, and these days he’s not a competitive sportsperson. In fact, his daily routine is designed to keep him as healthy as possible. You’ll hear about his previous health problems during our conversation. As a result of those issues, Jonathan took time t…
 
My guest on today's show is Dr. Jeffrey Sankoff, an ER physician and triathlete from Denver, Colorado. He has been a triathlete for over 20 years and also working part-time as a triathlon coach (a.k.a TriDoc) for the last 5 years. Since January 2020, he has been on the front line at Denver Health in the battle against Coronavirus. All of these expe…
 
How many of us grew up wanting to be a fighter pilot? Many boys I’m sure and maybe a few girls. How many actually managed to achieve that ambition? A few boys possibly but very few girls. My guest today, Mandy Hickson, is one of only 5 ladies who have flown the Tornado GR4 fast jet on the front line which makes her a very unique person and in my mi…
 
Some of you folks may know that one of my other hobbies during the summer months is to work as an announcer at Outlaw triathlon events. I’m lucky enough to have called some of you across the line, sometimes more than once. It’s a tough job working as an MC, and it’s more than just talking all day (something which I can do well!). Sad as it is that …
 
For the past few weeks, I’ve been reading "Peak: The New Science of Athletic Performance That Is Revolutionising Sports” and it is fascinating. In fact, I loved it so much I gifted it to a dozen of the individuals I coach. So I am delighted that the author of that book, Dr. Marc Bubbs, is my guest on today's show. Dr. Bubbs is the Performance Nutri…
 
Let’s Master English with Coach Shane What’s coming up: Vaccine news for COVID-19, the USA’s new Global Warming Leader and Cocaine! Country Shane joins us, then How to pick a GOOD English name, we have the weather and a VIP ROUNDUP and a Q&A session! All of that intermixed with some GREAT music if you’re with us ON AIR—of course NO music if you’re …
 
This week one of our most frequent guests, ’The Prof’ Paul Laursen, is back. Why has he been on so often? Because he always offers so much value to any conversation and this one is no different. Today we chat about artificial intelligence (A.I.) and The Prof’s new project Athletica.ai. Like it or not, the machines are coming and AI is here to stay.…
 
The subject of today’s podcast is something that very rarely gets talked about in triathlon – saddles. My guest is Daniel Schade, an expert in helping riders find the perfect seat for their ride. Daniel is CEO of Gebiomized who is based in Germany. If you’re not yet familiar with them, you’ll know the riders they have worked with - Frodeno, Kienle,…
 
In this week’s show, I’m joined by strength and mobility expert, Dr. Kelly Starrett. Dr. Kelly Starrett is a coach, physical therapist, two-time New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, speaker, and co-founder of The Ready State, the world’s most comprehensive collection of guided movement, mechanics, and mobility instructional vi…
 
On this bonus podcast, we welcome back Founder and Race Director of Outlaw Events, Iain Hamilton. We chat about what they learned from putting on Outlaw X in September 2020, and we get into the specifics of the first event of 2021, Outlaw Half Nottingham scheduled for May, and what athletes can expect in terms of race organisation. We specifically …
 
This week’s podcast is another solo cast as I share my thoughts on how to move towards becoming a High Performance Human. After years of trying to help individuals achieve their triathlon goals, I’m now aiming to help a wider group of individuals upgrade their entire human performance. I’m using the skills and experiences from the last 25 years to …
 
Hey folks, today we have a repeat of a show we did 3 years ago, in January 2018. At the time, we released it as 2 shows but today we’re combining them into one. My conversation with Malcolm Brown is just as timely now as it was then, maybe even more so. Malcolm is one of the foremost running coaches in the world. He knows a thing or two about helpi…
 
Since this podcast, I’ve been amazed at how many awesome guests we’ve had who are right at the top of their profession. Today’s guest continues that trend as I chat with Jim Miller, Chief of Performance at USA Cycling. Jim raced as a pro cyclist on US domestic teams in the 90’s alongside a previous guest, Dirk Friel from TrainingPeaks. While racing…
 
On this week’s podcast, we set another record with our oldest guest ever. Colin Rose, the author of 10 published books including Health Defence and Delay Ageing, talks the talk and walks the walk. If you look at the accompanying video you would never believe that Colin is 80 years old, and listening to him you wouldn’t think that either. I met Coli…
 
On this week’s show, I chat with Kyrin Dunston, an obstetrician and gynaecologist (OBGYN) from Atlanta. Kyrin has an amazing story of transformation, losing over 100lbs and healing herself from several chronic illnesses, avoiding conventional medicine and instead addressing the root causes of her issues. In 2011 this was the catalyst for a change o…
 
It's our last podcast of 2020 and what a year it has been to forget. Actually that's not quite true, because on the podcast we've had some truly memorable guests this year. Two of my most regular guests have been Steve Lumley and Marc Laithwaite, and together we have become known as the Grumpy Old Coaches. The three of us hooked up on line just bef…
 
Hey listeners, it’s Beth here and we have a huge treat for you this week! Simon is put on the hot seat and it’s HIS turn to be interviewed. And better yet, our guest host is none other than the absolutely brilliant Joel McHale, American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and television host. The idea of having Simon interviewed came from of one of …
 
In this week’s podcast, I’m joined by a young lady who I’m certain will have a very exciting future in triathlon. Two years ago, Kat Matthews was a physiotherapist serving in the British Army and racing recreationally as a triathlete. At the end of 2019, she entered and finished her first Ironman at Busselton, West Australia finishing fourth female…
 
We’re on a roll right now with some amazing guests and some great learning for you all. This week is no different as my guest is Ironman Legend, Mark Allen. Mark is a 6-time Ironman World Champion and the only male to have won both the ITU World Championships and Ironman World Championships in the same year. Back in the 80’s Mark was one of the “Bi…
 
Boulder isn’t just a great place for triathletes to hang out. These days it seems like a large number of my guests also hang out there including today’s guest, Dina Griffin. Dina is a sports dietician who not only addresses needs related to disease and illness but also takes a proactive approach in optimizing health to prevent disease, deficiencies…
 
Show NOTES (but this podcast does NOT have the songs!!) Blurred Lines Robin Thicke..TI..Pharrell Kate Brown—rat on your neighbor Thanksgiving RATT…Back For More Seraphine—Childhood Dreams Chilin Weather… Newsletter: Black Friday Origin Rolling Stones…She’s So Cold Twisted Sister…I Wanna Rock Russians die from drinking hand sanitizer… Tim McGraw…How…
 
Since COVID19 hit the world, triathletes have suffered just like everyone else. Limited opportunities to train and virtually no racing apart from virtual. The Professional Triathletes Organisation (PTO) has been a big help to triathlon, distributing grants to help athletes survive and in recent months, bumping up the prize purse at selected races (…
 
In today’s show, another of my old coaching buddies is back to chat about what’s been happening in his coaching world during the last 6 months. David Tilbury Davis is a triathlon coach who works with athletes who have a ”performance mindset”. Among the athletes he currently works with are Lionel Sanders, Kim Morrison, and Rasmus Svenningsson and we…
 
LME Podcast...again! News about HOW many people have learned English, BAD ART, Country Shane, EVC (Everyone's Vocabulary Challenge from DDM 680), Q&A! So much, I hope you enjoy. This version does NOT include music! Only members get that! Email me to be a member! Have a super day, Coach Shane
 
My guest today is Dr. Tommy Wood. I’m so glad to have him on, and I know you are going to love this episode! Tommy has the ability to make the complex sound simple, and his depth of knowledge on a wide range of topics is amazing. Dr. Wood is a research faculty at the University of Washington (UW) in the Department of Pediatrics. His work focuses on…
 
My guest today is the Chief Evangelist and co-founder of TrainingPeaks, Dirk Friel. TrainingPeaks was formed in 2002 and is the world’s leading online training log. It allows you to plan and record your workouts, map your routes, upload data from a training watch, heart-rate monitor, or GPS, and more. From that point, if you choose, you can analyse…
 
In this week’s podcast there is no guest as I go back to solocast mode and describe how to set up your winter base plan. In recent months I’ve chatted with some great endurance coaches and scientists such as Dr’s Stephen Seiler, Dan Plews, Paul Laursen, Phil Maffetone, and Alan Couzens. I’ve shared in depth discussions about MAF training , Polarise…
 
It’s taken a while but finally Simon manages to pin down an expert to chat with him about menopause. Dr. Juliet McGrattan is a former GP who after 16 years decided to hang up her stethoscope and follow her passion, using medical knowledge and experience to improve health through physical activity. She wrote a book, Sorted: The Active Woman’s Guide …
 
Simon is once again joined by Steve Lumley and Marc Laithwaite as the Grumpy Old Coaches reunite for a fourth podcast. This time they are answering questions sent in by listeners and members of our Facebook tribe. As promised, there are no holds barred so if you asked a silly question be prepared for a silly answer. Of course, the GOC’s do have a s…
 
Living to 100 and getting my telegram from the Queen (actually it’ll probably be a king by then) has never really interested me that much. On the other hand, living until I’m in my mid 80’s and still having a full and active life - working, travelling, hanging out with friends, riding my bike - now that does interest me. I think I’ve said before th…
 
This week we bring back one of our most popular guests, Dr. Phil Maffetone. This show is from the archives, if you can remember all the way back to July 2019. It's just as timely now as it was then, maybe more so as we're heading into the winter months. In this episode, Phil discusses: A recap on how to determine your true MAF heart rate The relati…
 
I’m excited to introduce this week’s guest, Bella Lindemann, who is a specialist in functional diagnostic nutrition and whose area of expertise is the gut, and specifically those individuals who have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and associated complaints. The gut is often referred to as the second brain. As humans, we give the gut a lot of credit…
 
The word “legend” is used too frequently these days, like describing the pizza delivery guy who arrives when you’re hungry. However, in the case of this week’s guest, calling him a legend is absolutely the right word. Dave Scott is “The Man”! He’s won the Ironman World Championships no less than 6 times and in its early days he was dominant. He ret…
 
Dr. Stephen Seiler is back and this week he is answering listeners questions including: A dumbed down recap of polarised training Enjoying your training and 4 other key benefits of polarised training How to use the Karvonen method (heart rate reserve) to find the right HR zones without testing in the lab How does strength training fit with polarise…
 
Stephen Seiler is one of my most popular podcast guests EVER. I first interviewed Dr. Seiler in January and soon realised I had so much more to ask him. In our first podcast he broke the endurance record (for this podcast) as we chatted for over 2 hours. We were determined not to do that this time, but he’s just such an interesting character that w…
 
In this second part of the podcast Nick answers questions sent in by listeners and members of our Facebook ‘tribe’ including: Waking up in the middle of the night and why it’s normal Should I be napping during the day? The best time to get “deep & REM sleep” How many hours sleep should I get each day? Sleeping well the night before a big race Caffe…
 
If you’re an alien dropped into this earth, you could be forgiven for thinking that we had a totally different food ecosystem in the world. One where instead of individuals seeking out fuel and nourishment, their eating is guided by specific rules and where the followers of these rules are divided into fiercely divided tribes. You think I’m joking.…
 
Nick Littlehales was one of my very first guests on the podcast almost 3 years ago (If you're interested in listening to that episode to hear how much the podcasts have changed, please go HERE). Knowledge and information about sleep has also moved on, hence the reason for inviting Nick back onto the show. If you’re at all interested in improving yo…
 
In this week’s episode I’m joined again by my old friend and still the fastest Yorkshireman in Kona, Dr Dan Plews. Recently I’ve been studying Dan’s new EndureIQ course - LDT102 - all about how to train effectively for long distance triathlons. Not only has Dan walked the walk at Kona (8:24, which is the fastest ever age grouper in Kona, making him…
 
On this week’s High Performance Human podcast, I feel like a successful fisherman who has landed a catch after a long chase. Today's guest, Alan Couzens, has been on my target list for several months now since chatting with one of the athletes he works with, Owen Martin (podcast 125). I have actually known of Alan for many years now since his invol…
 
In this week’s podcast we return to the theme of High Performing Humans as I chat with a friend and triathlete I used to coach, Dan Williams. Dan entered the triathlon world a few years ago and was drawn to the challenge of Ironman, despite the fact that he could hardly swim. We both laugh about the fact that when I first met Dan at the pool my fir…
 
I love the concept of disrupting an industry. Think PayPal or Monzo with banking, Netflix with streaming TV, Amazon with book sales, Tesla with cars, and in the bike industry think Cervelo. At a time when most bikes were Italian made with traditional round stainless steel or aluminium tubing, along came Cervelo with aero designs and carbon fibre. I…
 
In this week’s podcast I catch up with the Endurance Physio, Mike James. Mike came to my attention about 14 months ago when he started posting how-to videos on various social media platforms and tagging me in. I’ve watched a lot of his videos, replied to many of his tweets, and it's become clear that Mike and I share a similar philosophy - do the b…
 
Back in 1995 when I started my triathlon coaching career, my first published article for 220 Magazine was about strength training for triathletes. Back then I was in a tiny minority of coaches who felt that this was an important piece of the puzzle in helping athletes to build resilience, stay injury free, boost consistency, and ultimately improve …
 
We have all been affected by the Coronavirus to some extent, but I dont personally know many people who have been affected as severely as today’s guest. Paul Regan is a 51 year old triathlon coach who contracted COVID19 sometime in February or March and from there, life went downhill. By the end of March he was in an ICU ward at his local hospital …
 
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