“The reward never ever goes to the fastest person; it goes to the guy who decreases the least.”Chris HauthThis week marks the extremely expected return of Chris Hauth to the podcast.A sub-9 hour Ironman, Chris (@AIMPCoach) is the existing Age Group Ironman World Champion, a former Olympic Swimmer and among the worlds most appreciated endurance coaches. In 2006, Chris won the Ironman Coeur DAlene and went on to be the very first American amateur & & 4th general American at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.When hes not training and racing, Chris expertly coaches a broad spectrum of elite and amateur professional athletes throughout a variety of disciplines, including Ironman and Western States top finishers, Ultraman winners and myriad swimmers towards age nationals and Olympic Trials.My relationship with Chris began in 2008. A coach/athlete mentorship turned relationship that profoundly and forever changed the trajectory of my life. Remarkably directing me through three Ultraman World Championships (08, 09 & &11) along with EPIC5 in 2010, my financial obligation of thankfulness for Chris tutelage can not be overemphasized. Put simply, I could have never achieved the level of athletic success I have delighted in without his deft counsel, which has been crucial in maximizing my capacity as a professional athlete and improving me as a human being.Today I am pleased to share his wisdom with you.This is a general conversation about Chris progressing philosophy on training, life and racing. Its likewise a technical and granular masterclass on ideal training protocols, the typical mistakes most professional athletes make, the technique and frame of mind required to break the glass ceiling on potential, and how to successfully balance efficiency objectives versus general health and wellness. At its core, this is a discussion about multi-sport as a crucible for self-awareness and growth.Endurance sports as metaphor for life. We cover a lot of ground in this conversation, consisting of: * Chris training & & racing approach * anaerobic vs. aerobic training * the benefits of determined development * pros & & cons of external monitors/trackers * race plan execution * prioritizing core strength * techniques for enhancing recovery * the truths on trend dieting and physical fitness nutrition * striking the appropriate balance in between performance & & basic health * overcoming misfortune through psychological & & fitness, and * the essential of physical fitness for lifeI have a hint this episode will leave you wanting to hear more about Chris story and philosophy. Inspect out RRP # 21– our very first podcast exchange back in the early days of the program if so. Check out his site AIMPCoaching and let him know what you think on Twitter at @AIMPCoach. Still have questions for Chris? Shoot him an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org (Chris– you might regret sharing your email here!)I all the best hope you enjoy the exchange.Peace + Plants, See for privacy and opt-out information.This material was initially released here.