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Bevan McKinnon
Fitter Radio Triathlon Podcast
Hosted by Coaches Bevan McKinnon and Tim Brazier, Fitter Radio brings together their shared passion and knowledge of triathlon, running, nutrition and basically all things endurance! Listen to the latest research, interviews with pro athletes and leading experts to help you improve your sports performance and your health!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 266 ratings
Too much promotion
Most of the show is promotion. The genuine content is good but not worth the wait.
BenGenius via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/31/20
High quality
Love my weekly fitter radio sessions on the long runs; informative and interesting with a really solid scientific basis
amphibem via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 01/10/20
Frothingly Fabulous
As a committed frother I’m always on the lookout for hints on what to watch on Netflix during the most important part of this sport...recovery. So thank goodness for DisneyPlus! This is the sort of bonus content that you get on this brilliant podcast. Listening to Bev explain all things...Read full review »
Bgeorge1 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/29/19
Recent Episodes
Published 02/21/24
We discuss the importance of shoulder strength and mobility for swimming and touch on the nuances of swimming technique, the differences between open water and pool swimming, and how strength training and mobility work hand in hand. Emphasizing simplicity, we highlight how gym workouts and other...
Published 02/21/24
We review the racing from Challenge Wanaka plus Bev chats to winners Kyle Smith and Els Visser at the finish line. Seth Williams won the free race entry to IRONMAN Australia. We find out more about him. We talk swimming and the swim warmup and share excerpts from the ‘Swimming Revisited’...
Published 02/20/24
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