Episode 59: Coach Dave on an eventful IRONMAN Texas Race | Jason Moore from Elite HRV on Heart Rate Variability

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On this week’s Octane Athletics Fuel Your Fire Podcast Coach Dave discusses the race that was IRONMAN Texas 2016 which took place on Saturday, May 14, 2016. Dave was chosen as one of ten official event coaches for the race and it was a busy, fun, eventful place to be. After a few minutes about IRONMAN Texas, as promised, Dave discusses Heart rate variability in depth with Jason Moore, one of the co-founders of the best mobile app for measuring HRV, Elite HRV.

Coach Dave is training to race at IRONMAN 70.3 Augusta and is raising money for the Scott Rigsby Foundation and Operation IRONFREEDOM in September as his comeback race from knee surgery. To support Coach Dave’s goal of raising $2,500, head over to this page and donate whatever you can.

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