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Wahoo Fitness
The Knowledge by Wahoo
Knowledge is Power. For endurance sports like cycling, running and multisport the more you know about your training the more goals you will reach. Training can be complicated and sorting through all of the training information out there can be daunting but it does not need to be. The Knowledge is a new podcast from Wahoo. It provides straightforward, science-based, useful information from world-class experts to help endurance athletes maximize their performance. Sports scientists Neal Henderson and Mac Cassin discuss a single training topic in each episode and provide key takeaways to...
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 27 ratings
Nutrition and Fueling
Love the recent series on nutrition and fueling, very helpful and relevant
jftd88 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/20/21
Simple. Quick. Informative.
Nice show! I really like how it doesn’t get too technical. Concepts and recommendations are clear and easy to implement. Can’t wait for more episodes.
Jonny Egad via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/19/21
Game Changer
This new podcast from Wahoo has just changed the way I look at consuming content. Short and to the point. Next level!
Puckfortland via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/28/21
Recent Episodes
Published 01/21/22
If you want to get somewhere, you first have to know where you are. Wahoo Sports Scientist Jeff Hoobler and Neal Henderson put fitness testing through its paces. From the different types of testing to key strategies that will help you ace your next assessment.
Published 01/21/22
To ride faster you don't always have to ride harder. In this episode, Wahoo Sports Science coaches Neal Henderson and Mac Cassin reveal some pro tips on how to improve your finishing times without wasting watts.
Published 01/14/22
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