The 2 Year Anniversary Episode!

It's our 2 year anniversary! Hard to believe, but we've officially been podcasting for over 2 years. Almost 100 episodes, equaling around 100 hours of audio content to make you a faster cyclist! So today we celebrate by looking back on some of our favorite episodes, the themes that have emerged, and what to look forward to in the next phase of the FasCat Podcast! We also discuss the exciting new FasCat Strava Segment Challenge, Phil Gaimon's insane Everesting world record, and much more.

We want to give a huge shoutout to the entire FasCat community, from the podcast listeners to the forum users, for joining us in this journey and for giving us the inspiration for many of our episodes and content, and for supporting our work! We're honored to serve your cycling goals, and will stay committed to that goal.

Episodes mentioned:

Winning in the Kitchen,

ep. 2 The Origins of FTFP

Sweet Spot Invention

Gravel Training

Timing is Everything

Ask FasCat #1

Strava Segments/Strava-Vals

Also be sure to check out the brand new FasCat Strava Segment Challenge!

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About Frank Overton

Frank founded FasCat Coaching in 2002 and has been a full time cycling coach since 2004. His educational background includes a Masters degree in Physiology from North Carolina State University, pre-med from Hampden-Sydney College. Frank raced at a professional level on the road and mountain bike and currently competes as a "masters" level gravel and cyclocrosser. Professionally Frank comes from medical school spinal cord research and molecular biotechnology. However, to this day it is a dream come true for Frank to be able to help cyclists as a coach.

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