Ironman Champion Chris Lieto Shares His Stay-Moving Secrets

 

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Ironman Champion Chris Lieto Shares His Stay-Moving Secrets. by Kimberly Daly Farrell. September 10, 2014. 1 Comment. Winging it doesn’t win triathlons. That’s a fact three-time Ironman Champion Chris Lieto knows well, “You have to be dedicated.

You have put the training and effort in to achieve your goals, but you also need balance,” says Lieto, who has. Winging it doesn’t win triathlons. That’s a fact three-time Ironman Champion Chris Lieto knows well, “You have to be dedicated. You have put the training and effort in to achieve your goals, but you also need balance,” says Lieto, who has scaled back his own training to focus more on his family and other passions. Training Day Part 1 Chris Lieto shares some of his secrets to training and gives you some tips and workouts.

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Winging it doesn’t win triathlons. That’s a fact three-time Ironman Champion Chris Lieto knows well, “You have to be dedicated. You have put the training and. Ironman champion Chris Lieto, one of the greatest cyclists triathlon has seen, has created a series of training videos with the goal of giving you a simplified approach to getting the most out of your bike training.

Here, Lieto shares his advice for getting around a corner in an efficient and safe manner. Ironman champion Chris Lieto, one of the greatest cyclists triathlon has seen, has created a series of training videos with the goal of giving you a simplified approach to getting the most out of your bike training. Here, Lieto shares his. I sat down with Ironman Triathlon Champion athlete Lionel Sanders.

We compare our racing and training experiences, and Lionel shares his journey of adversity that has shaped who he is today. And every step Danville, California’s Chris Lieto takes is for the business of being an Ironman champion. We caught Lieto, 35, between workouts in July in the home he shares with his wife of 12 years, Karis, and their 3-year-old son, Kaiden.

In 1997 Chris Lieto saw the Ironman World Championship on TV and decided to start training. Three years later, he became a professional triathlete. Over the past decade he has won the 2002 Ironman Wisconsin, the 2005 Ironman Canada, and the 2006 Ironman Japan. 3X Ironman Champion CHRIS LIETO. First Wave.

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Whether he’s competing in ultramarathons or Ironman ® triathlons, Brian has feverishly tinkered with the many variables that go into the craft, from diet to minimalist footwear to the use of strength conditioning as a way both to improve performance and to ward off injury.

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  • Your best one yet! So many quotable quotes, e.g. “Your idol should be the best version of yourself”. In individual sports we are constantly fighting against internal and external competitors, it’s cerebral.

  • I can’t tell you how refreshing this video is. Two titans of their time reflecting on their rivalry on preparing the mindset to compete during their heyday, but most importantly; to come full circle years later to learn that their battles, sacrifices, and commitments were required to push themselves and the sport to a higher level. To be the best, you have to compete with the best and these guys did not shy away from one another. This segment taught me many things as an age group triathlete where we too have our rivals! We experience some the same mindset, but what I loved about this segment is you can see the respect for one another and humbleness from Craig and the powerful character of Chris. These guys are just starting their journey and their story is starting to unfold just like Dave Scott and Mark Allen…Thanks for sharing and always tip my hat to both of you!

  • I grew up watching Lieto hammer it on the bike and Craig hammering it on the run. Both inspired me to complete my first half-Ironman. These gentlemen are class acts and LEGENDS!

  • truly brilliantly shown and shared. thanks a lot chris. quite easily the best video i have seen on the why, the what, and the why not:)

  • Dude….Crowie is such a badass. And such a class act. Had the opportunity to be on the same course with him at IM 70.3 Kansas back in the day. Wow….

  • IMO you should invest in some better mics if this is to become a thing. the audio kept coming in and out… had echos/hall/theater type of sound.

  • hey. i have some problems in my outer shins.. they get sore and “burn” a little.. I always thought its because my toes are pointing to much downwards the whole pedal stroke, now I’ve red it could be the total opposite the heel is pointing upwards.. what do you think? or maybe its just an overuse because I’m having some issues with the patella tendon too

  • Great interview! Loved the decision making process for Tim’s transition from ITU and Olympic aspirations to Ironman. Truly a man who takes ownership of his sport.

  • Chris looks in great shape for someone retired 9 years.

    Its a shame their careers didn’t overlap, would have made for some great races

  • Chris “the silver surfer” Lieto…one of my heros. I gave him that nickname because he flies on the bike and the all white is pretty close to light silver.

  • Fantastic chat between two great guys. Tim is a stand up guy in everything he does and I wish one day he wins the big one, as he truly deserves it.

  • Just picked up a key element on racing that is allowing yourself to be vulnerable to free up yourself!!! Very powerful!! Thank you both!

  • Great interview. Lionel couldn’t really think of a fear, but then revealed his greatest fears for the next several minutes. Fear that someone else is out working him and that he hasn’t done enough going into a race. Watching all of his videos it becomes very clear that his biggest fear is finishing races thinking he didn’t train hard enough. But then of course he trained hard but neglected a lot of other important aspects. He is learning and I am still confident that if he sticks to the plan and listens to his coaches he is going to nail it! Great to see both of you together.

  • Captain America! Another great interview by Chris Lieto…I would love for you to interview the great Crowie Alexander. I never get tired of listening to his mindset. It would be interesting to get a tour of all these athletes medal collections.

  • Finally yes!!!! Thank you Chris Lieto! If you have an old jersey or race suit you want to ship to me. Please let me know I collect:)