Materials and Marginal Gains

Materials and Marginal Gains

Materials and Marginal Gains

"Materials and Marginal Gains" is a big topic — too big for a single episode of this show. So if it's OK with you (and we think it will be), we'd like you to think of this as the first of many episodes about Materials. And we're going to kick this introduction off with a few stories and look forward to hearing your thoughts and feedback...which we'll incorporate into future episodes.

Got a question you’d like to ask Josh? Text or leave a voicemail at the Marginal Gains Hotline: +1-317-343-4506 or just leave a comment in this post!

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7 comments


  • Josh Poertner

    Thanks for the question Ian! We just finished taping the Q&A#5 and this one is in there, so be sure to tell everybody you know that your question made the show and we ‘answered’ it as best we could!
    Best
    Josh


  • Ian Berry

    I am a retired Engineer living in Sandhurst England and have enjoyed this fascinating insight / reminder into materials and production methods. Some tyre manufacturers are now marketing their products G+, relating to Graphene content. Can you please put some meat on the bone in respect of Graphene and it’s potential benefits. Thanks


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