Today we have our first husband and wife team on the podcast together. In Episode 101 we talk to Caitlin and Drew Sapp who own a company called Crew Racing. Drew is a full-time triathlon coach and Caitlin a physical therapist and they have found a niche working with athletes coming back from injuries. They have also recently launched a new Crew Racing Podcast which we discuss.
How did you get involved in athletics and meet?
Background on Crew Racing
Niche in people with injuries
Key for rehab so they are not back to see you
Are most of your clients local or internet?
What about an athlete who comes to you and is not injured, but is coming to you because they don't want to get injured:
Caitlin and Drew Sapp own operate Crew Racing, which is a multisport coaching group that started in 2014. Caitlin is a physical therapist that specializes in sports orthopedics and I am full-time triathlon coach.
How does someone who needs a good Physical Therapist find one?
Biggest challenge Drew faced in rehab?
Are athletes quick to address problems or do they put it off?
I noticed on your site you also do runners self-defense classes
What type of athletes you work with the most?
Been using Final Surge since 2014 in what ways are you using it?
He was one of the top-ranked triathletes in the world and holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest hole of golf ever played over 500 years. So what drives Brad Kearns to always push himself to be better? In episode 100 of the Final Surge Podcast, we talk to author, podcaster, coach and world record holder Brad Kearns about everything from his early Ironman days competing against Mark Allen and Dave Scott as well as why we may not be improving as much as we should be since then. He spends a lot of time talking about stress and recovery. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast at FinalSurge.com/podcast and follow us on our new Instagram account at final.surge.
What happens when someone is going for that BQ qualifier they have been training for months and before the race, things are not going well because they may be overtrained, should they still race and give it a shot?
What about getting to the start line healthy?
You have athletes that are super busy, what do you teach them about getting ready when busy?
Many say, but if MAF was the best style professionals would be doing it
What else can you do to become a better fat burner
Why haven't we improved much since Mark Allen?
Final Surge 5 questions in under a minute
Favorite endurance/running book? - 4-minute mile Roger Bannister
Current trainers you are wearing? - Vibram 5-fingers
Favorite race? - World Cup Triathlon stop in Mexico
Favorite recovery meal or recovery drink? - Salad
Your favorite workout - Track 4x100 all out