Information about Endurance Nation’s 2014 Ironman Training Camps. Learn to race YOUR course with EN’s experienced coaches!
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Age Group Triathlon Training & Team Updates from Across the Globe!
Endurance Nation is proud to announce our FirstTimeFinish™ Guarantee and our new eBook for first time Ironman athletes
If you’re new to Endurance Nation, please take a quick tour of how we help Age Groupers excel. Download a free resource or subscribe to our weekly triathlon newsletter. Thanks for visiting! ~ Patrick & Rich This is an excerpt of the first chapter of Endurance Nation’s upcoming eBook for first time Ironman competitors. The […]
How to build a faster Ironman run—when to run, how much, at what intensity, and more.
Congratulate the Team Endurance Nation members who completed our January Sleep Challenge!
Despite its shortcomings, the treadmill is a fascinating triathlon training tool. Nowhere is this more true than during the OutSeason, when your training is super focused.
Endurance Nation and blueseventy announce a 2014 partnership to bring Team members access to the resources they need to become better open water swimmers.
The OutSeason is a great time for our athletes to have fun while training, and that comes from an understanding of how watts per kilo affects their output.
In recent years, we’ve seen the Age Group Triathlete’s calendar become filled with more and more opportunities for “epic winter training/racing events” – high volume run challenges, high volume cycling challenges, Goofy Challenges, and many more. As endurance coaches and athletes ourselves, we certainly understand the commitment to a fitness lifestyle — build your fitness […]
The OutSeason is prime time to build your endurance sports performance, but triathlon success is about more than just treadmills and spandex.
It’s official…after a full season of traveling and racing, Endurance Nation has been crowned World Champions of the Ironman TriClub Program (Division I-Clubs 400+ Members). This effectively makes Endurance Nation the world’s largest online triathlon team, or at the very least, the most active. TeamEN has between 40 and 90 members racing at every Ironman […]
Whenever possible we encourage our athletes to add the objective intensity metrics of power and pace to the more common metrics of Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) and heart rate. Why Objective Metrics? We encourage our athletes to develop the following perspective on fitness, training, and work: “Fitness” is your body’s ability to perform work, […]
This was my first Ironman and prior to the race, I had only raced in sprint distance races. When I registered for IMFL in 2012, I knew right away I needed some way to train that would provide structured training plan for me to follow. I found EN via a google search and decided I […]
Previous IM background: IMFL 2009 13:40:01, IMTX 2011 DNF. Joined EN in 2010, but really only utilized the training plan. Never really plugged into the forums or dug through the wiki until this year. First IM with anything close to a race execution plan. Goal for IMAZ: 11:55:00 IMAZ Times Swim: 1:16:32 T1: 8:28 Bike: 6:03:12 T2: […]
The journey to your first Ironman finish line is full of unseen challenges and amazing rewards. It’s one of the few times in your adult life that you will work really, really hard for something that matters to you. So much of what we do is focused on other people or other commitments. But signing […]