Aug. 9, 2016
Jeremy Powers is the current U.S. Cyclocross champion and top-ranked American rider in the world, and he listens to my podcast! I couldn’t believe it when I found out. Jeremy emailed me to say hi, and of course, I immediately invited him on so that I could probe deep into the diet, lifestyle, training and racing strategy that has enabled him to be National Champion four times. Our contact was minimal before the interview, and I had no idea that Jeremy has a delicate relationship with carbohydrates, or that he has experimented with the ketogenic diet.
0:04:02 Infectious mononucleosis (mono).
0:04:31 Northampton Cycling Club Elite Team
0:04:37 Alec Donahue and Mukunda Feldman.
0:05:48 Danny from Jelly Belly cycling team.
0:07:25 Kirk Albers.
0:08:54 Cross is 30-40 race days per year.
0:08:59 Road is an additional 70-80.
0:11:27 Tubular tyres.
0:11:30 SRAM eTAP wireless shifting, hydraulic brakes and 1X system with clutch derailleurs.
0:17:46 "Just go out there and flap your wings."
0:18:45 “Blackboard technique where I think about absolutely nothing”
0:22:18 Behind the Barriers documentary series.
0:26:28 Very low blood sugar: 40 mg/dL!
0:32:12 CHO intake of around 200g on a day included four hours of training.
0:32:48 Cross season is Sep - Feb.
0:32:55 Five week rest break in Feb.
0:33:11 Training 25-30 hours a week.
0:33:36 6-8 weeks of base.
0:36:53 Core, plank, side-plank.
0:37:36 3x12 15-25lb Bulgarian split-squat.
0:38:13 CrossFit style box jumps.
0:45:46 2016 Tour de France second place finisher Romain Bardet.
0:45:52 Breakfast of Champions article by Marty Kendall.
0:47:31 MCT oil. We make a powdered version.
0:55:04 Focus bikes.
0:59:28 Ferritin blood test.
0:59:55 Very low 25-OH-D.
1:01:05 The Daily Lipid Podcast 9: Balancing Calcium and Phosphorus in the Diet, and the Importance of Measuring Parathyroid Hormone (PTH).
1:05:18 JAM Fund Cycling.
1:07:41 Ellen Noble.
1:10:07 www.jpows.com1:10:14 behindthebarriers.tv
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