Over the course of our recent two-week membership drive, well over two hundred athletes created a free trial inside Endurance Nation. That’s a ton of new folks, but it’s a ton of real work as well. That means two hundred phone calls by me, Coach Patrick, and two hundred season plans by Coach Rich. Don’t [...]
After standing on the sidelines of Lake Placid and Louisville this year, I am reminded of two contradictory things. First, how easy my job is. Second, how important it is that I am there. My advice ranges from the profound to the mundane, but since it’s race weekend…it’s always timely. But what to do when [...]
This is what 50 athletes looks like!!! View More Photos Here The 2012 edition of Ironman Lake Placid marked a decade for me in coming to either race or spectate this amazing event. The weekend was made even more special by the presence of over fifty (50) Endurance Nation members, friends and family who contributed [...]
Three days and 300 miles of riding in the books, and I think I am finally getting the hang of riding in the windy heat that saturates the Ironman Texas course. I just wrapped up the second annual Ironman Texas Rally, where approximately 50 athletes from across the country came together to prepare for the [...]
There are two very important questions that you, as an Ironman athlete, have to be ready to answer about your bike fitness heading into the final eight weeks of your Ironman or Half Ironman training cycle. First you have to know what your Functional Threshold Power (link?) is, or at least the Heart Rate equivalent. Second, you have to be able to give a resounding “YES!” answer as to whether or not you have done all of your bike workouts, especially the longer sessions.
We appreciate your patience as we update you on our Team’s performance, first with pictures and video (with more on our Facebook page), then with our Race Report Podcast Series, and now with their Ironman Louisville results and some excerpts from their race reports in our members-only forum.
Endurance Nation has been promoting its Four Keys of Ironman Execution for several years now. Our macro level approach to organizing your expectations and managing your day has proven successful for thousands of Ironman athletes across the globe. We get e-mails and feedback all the time, and nowhere is the success of the system more apparent than at the finish line. Learn how you can use the same approach to evaluate your race and find out how you truly performed outside of the finishing time.
Mile 18 at Ironman St George21 TeamEN athletes kicked off the 2010 Ironman series on May 1st with Ironman St George, the newest entry on the US Ironman calendar. Rich and the Team scouted out the course in February to prepare for the event and afterwards named the course the most challenging in North America.
March 20th was the 2010 Boston Multisport World Expo, an annual event on the N.E. triathlon calendar. Team Endurance Nation was there in full force, with a booth manned by some of our most stalwart members, a presentation on Race Execution by Coach Patrick (over 60 folks there!), free DVDs in every schwag bag (1,000 total!), and a dominating performance in the 12:15 cycling TT (see video below).