In the spirit of Beers with Chad and the new features for unusual times, I would like to formally request something with @Nate_Pearson as per the suggestion on a recent podcast. I don’t know how much you can share before you’re giving out secrets but I for one would be interested to hear about how you have developed TR, lessons learned, things you have changed. Even if it was a one-off it would be great.
I’d be interested too!
Mentioned this the other night during a group workout in response to the podcast as well - I would love this. @Nate_Pearson has a lot of interesting/fun insights and experiences into different things he has tried or experimented with and clearly it has worked pretty well with TR - drop some knowledge on us!
I would surely join… this is one of my favorite websites, podcast, app, coach, hobbie, etc… would love to know how it started and how it got here…
Nate doesn’t strike me as a wine guy. I imagine a cocktail with an umbrella or something .
He was a Vegas cougar magnet or something like that in another life so maybe he’s into Chardonnay?
I’m gonna hold out until ‘Shots with Pete’ comes online.
Fruit juice with Jonathon ?
‘Vegas cougar magnet’
Thirded would also be intrest in the technical architecture and developement method etc
Woah! Buckle up boys and girls cuz this is a mega blast from the past!!!
side note: @Nate_Pearson – is your training still fueled by “great coffee, BBQ and pie”?
[edit: a TR sub was only $7/month in 2012!]
This would be awesome
There were brutal workouts from the early days too: https://blog.trainerroad.com/workout-of-the-week-kettle/. And it’s still in the catalog
I’d love this and be interested to talk shop on how @Nate_Pearson runs TR and also hear about the unsung heroes that we don’t hear about in the podcast or on the forums.
This is pretty close to the VO2max w/o I whipped up from a lab protocol.
But Striped is even closer.
15 seconds at 160%
30 seconds a 153%
45 seconds at 147%
60 seconds at 140%
Repeat in the reverse manner.
Recoveries following each interval are 3 times as long as the interval itself.
Custom VO2max Protocol:
15 sec @ 300%/1:15 min recovery @ 40%
30 sec @ 250%/2:30 min recovery @ 40%
45 sec @ 200%/3:45 min recovery @ 40%
Recoveries following each interval are 5 times as long as the interval itself.
I might give the more subdued Kettle a shot.
@Nate_Pearson . Very interested to hear your philosophy on running a business and what distinguishing attributes good leaders have/hone. Pulls Cork
I drink everything but brown liquors. I think they do something to my system. I’ve had a few times where I throw up for 14 hours the next day and feel like total death.
I’m not a snob on wine. As long as it doesn’t taste like pure vinegar I’m a fan.
Thanks everyone for wanting to hear my opinion on this sort of stuff.
I’ll be hosting Beers with Chad on Friday!! So if you want to ask me any questions, that would be a good time.
I’ve been also writing down my thoughts on starting a business, running a business, and leadership. Like a mix of the stuff I’ve learned, the mistakes I’ve made and the things that work for us now.
My plan is to start a TikTok with one minute TikToks about each of these ideas. I’ll probably try to record like 30 at once, then put them out over a month or so.
That’s the plan at least, I just have to make time for it.
I can probably post these on IG too if there is interest.
If we have Beers w/Chad and Wine w/Nate who is going to support the Cocktails crowd? I don’t think @Jonathan is up to the task.