In this episode the guys discuss why Dave has such a big difference between his pool swim pace and his race pace in long-course races. They discuss the SWOLF metric a bit. Randy goes Garmin from Polar. The guys get in a lengthy discussion about the positives and less than positives of the endurance community. Finally, the guys talk about the Iron Cowboy, James Lawrence who will attempt to complete 50 Ironman distance triathlons in 50 states in 50 days. He starts things off in Hawaii on June 6, 2015. Check out his website to hear directly from him on why he is doing this, where he plans to do it in each state and how you can support him along the way.
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