The start of the podcast BE AHEAD.

The start of the podcast BE AHEAD. train-red
BE AHEAD a podcast by TRAIN.RED hosted by Kim ter Stege and co-host Jeroen Molinger. We believe that every athlete should be able to fully benefit from their own muscles' potential.
The episode


00:00 (Kim ter Stege)

We believe that every athlete should be able to fully benefit from their own muscles’ potential. In this podcast, we talk about science, research data, and how to apply it to your training. And we have a lot of conversations about how to be a better athlete and how to improve your performance. Welcome to the BE AHEAD. podcast. My name is Kim and this is my co-host Jeroen.


00:21 (Jeroen Molinger)

Thank you, Kim. Love to be on this podcast, kind of my background here. I am Jeroen Molinger, I’m the program director of Duke Human Pharmacology and Physiology Lab. My main focus is currently prerogative care and heart failure with a specific interest in muscle physiology and mainly looking into why what makes a patient being at risk. So, we know that muscles play a very important role in determining risk in a patient, which we, I think we will talk about later on in, how and why a muscle is such an important organ.


00:56 (Kim ter Stege)

Thank you for being on this podcast with me. I am not as interesting as Jeroen, but I do love sports and training and improving my performance overall. I lost a lot of weight and got into fitness a few years ago. And I'm also part of Train.Red. So talking about Train.Red. We translate oxygen data from your muscle to features that guide sports enthusiasts to improve strength and endurance training. This podcast is created with the goal to bring more knowledge to the masses.


01:25 (Jeroen Molinger)

What Train.Red currently makes possible, is the way of assessing muscle physiology in a non-invasive way, we can gather data -- which we normally would not have -- even in a home base situation. I think this is very novel, I think is the way to move forward to have a better understanding about performance, about recovery. I think we need to have a little bit more deep dive in to see what this metric from Train.Red does, like tissue saturation, muscle oxygen consumption, what it will really give us.


01:53 (Kim ter Stege)

Yeah, so we hope we can educate you a little bit more with this podcast and we look forward to hear you in the next episode.

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meet the hosts

Kim ter Stege

🎙️ Podcast Host

I started my fitness journey after losing a lot of weight and I got very interested in fitness and health. I'm also a content creator and have my own podcast.

Here at Train.Red I get to combine what I love to do, and help translate our story, vision, and our data into words and visuals. And reach and build our community with as much value as possible. And of course I'm the main host of the podcast.

Jeroen Molinger

🎙️ Podcast Co-host

Lead Clinical Exercise Physiologist at Duke, at the Human Pharmacology and Physiology Lab, Research Program Director of the lab, and also Research Program Director of Duke Heart Transplantology at the Cathlab.

My main focus in the research we do at Duke is all related to assessing muscle physiology and cardio-respiratory function.