Episode 40: Welcome to the World, Stearns La Seur V! The low down and down low on Ironman University. Getting the mind right with the “Off-Season”. Yeti Rambler Q&A!

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Episode40FIFirst off…. We want to welcome little Stearns La Seur V to the world. That’s right… he’s the fifth! We wish Stearns IV and Laura the biggest congrats on the arrival of their baby boy.

In this episode, the boys discuss Ironman University in depth. Coach Dave and Randy are both completing the program and share their candid thoughts on it. I think you’ll be somewhat surprised by what they have to say. As a matter of fact at the time Coach Dave has completed the testing process and found out that on this day that he is indeed one of the first Ironman Certified Coaches.

The second topic for this episode is all about the Off-Season. The guys talk about the importance of the off-season, how to maximize this time and the best way to interact with your coach during the off season.

Finally, the Octane Athletics Yeti Rambler campaign provided the guys with many good questions. They take on a few of these questions, so give it a listen and be sure to participate in the campaign. You can find out all about it HERE.

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