Kona Special - Bonus Episode 1 - Rob Dallimore talks tech

This is the first in a week of special episodes of Mikkipedia all around the Ironman World Championship triathlon 2022 in Kona. In this episode Mikki chats to Rob Dallimore (triathlon coach and director of Foot Traffic and endurance athlete) in this episode all about wearables and best protocols for his athletes. They discuss the pros and cons of the tracking devices, the best approach to take as an athlete, how they add value and his advice on where best to spend your money.
Rob has an extensive background in Endurance Sports having competed at a high level, in running, Duathlon, triathlon and Multisport. Rob has competed in 19 Ironman events and has lost count of the number of Half Ironman and shorter distance triathlon races. He carries a long history in the sport having raced for over 20 years in events of all distances. He has raced the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii and has represented New Zealand at the Age Group Long and Olympic distance World Championships numerous times. He is a member of the Ironman New Zealand Hall of Fame for his 10 finishes at that event.

Rob also has a professional background as a Sports Podiatrist so has the added benefit of these skills and a unique understanding of training with a focus on injury prevention and management.

Rob likes getting stuck into the analysis of training and race data files and other metrics (Power, Heart Rate, Pace, Heart Rate Variability etc).  Rob requires all his athletes to use a power meter on their bike and a Stryd Power Meter for their running, as well as Heart Rate and GPS data.

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Creators and Guests

Rob Dallinore
Guest
Rob Dallinore
Rob has an extensive background in Endurance Sports having competed at a high level, in running, Duathlon, triathlon and Multisport. Rob has competed in 19 Ironman events and has lost count of the number of Half Ironman and shorter distance triathlon races. He carries a long history in the sport having raced for over 20 years in events of all distances. He has raced the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii and has represented New Zealand at the Age Group Long and Olympic distance World Championships numerous times. He is a member of the Ironman New Zealand Hall of Fame for his 10 finishes at that event. Rob also has a professional background as a Sports Podiatrist so has the added benefit of these skills and a unique understanding of training with a focus on injury prevention and management.