Episode 7: Special Guest Harold Wilson discusses Strength Training for Endurance Athletes and Bike Training on the Stationary Trainer

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Harold-WilsonSpecial Guest Harold Wilson, Fitness Director at Impact Performance and Fitness in Southlake, Texas joins Dave to discuss Strength Training for Endurance Athletes. Harold is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, Performance Enhancement Specialist, as well as a USAT Certified Coach,  and a USA Cycling Certified Coach. He has also finished several Ironman triathlons as well as the Ironman 70.3 World Championship.

During the conversation, Dave and Harold discuss the following relative to the strength training for endurance athletes conversation:

At the end Dave makes good use of his time with Harold, who is a heck of a cyclist and cycling coach and they discuss bike workouts. Specifically, they talk about training on a stationary trainer vs. outdoors on the road? There are some great nuggets of information on this topic as well.

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