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Beginner Ironman 2.3 – Common Injuries

In this next installment of the Beginner Ironman article series, we will investigate what it means to keep things going at the workplace while you get ready for race day. Click here to find more articles from this series. Time for the dreaded injury section. While it should come to surprise to anyone reading this book…

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Beginner Ironman 2.2 – Work Tips

Athletes Can Have a Positive Impact in the Workplace In this next installment of the Beginner Ironman article series, we will investigate what it means to keep things going at the workplace while you get ready for race day. Click here to find more articles from this series. While we all have a clear understanding of…

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Beginner Ironman – Section 1.3 – Technology Tips

This article is part of a new beginner’s series. Click here to find more articles from this series. No talk about your budget is complete without discussing technology. The concept of technology for training has really evolved in the last decade. Way back in the day you were lucky to have a bicycle computer that…

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Five Triathlon Tips to Save Time and Money — Plus Bonus Tips

Whether you’re new to triathlon, or a seasoned veteran, you fully understand the true cost of our sport: time and money. As the sport of triathlon has evolved over the past 20 years, it has gotten increasingly more complex and specialized. While it might seem like everyone on race day takes triathlon very seriously, that’s…

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Simon Shurey 2016 Ultraman Florida Interview & Resources

Join Coach Patrick as he interviews Endurance Nation athlete Simon Shurey. Simon just completed the Ultraman Florida event and he joins the podcast to review his race and share some of his insider tips and lessons learned, including… The importance of the right crew… How to handle nutrition and recovery across a 3-day event… What…

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Beginner Ironman Section 1.2 – Your Ironman Budget

This article is part of a new beginner’s series. Click here to find more articles from this series. Now that you’ve picked your race, it’s time to talk about your budget. If you’re like any normal triathlete, you just click the submit button after entering your credit card information and a tiny voice in the…

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2016 Texas Camp Day Two Recap

The second day of training camp is always interesting. At camp dinner the night before there is much hemming and hawing as to which way people will go: ride the full 112 or shorten it? There is a mixture of curiosity, bravado, and a little bit of fear that makes most people push the decision…

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Beginner Ironman® Section 1.1 – Picking Your First Race

This article is part of a new beginner’s series. Click here to find more articles from this series. A lot of people have a finish line in mind — they are thinking about what it means to put their arms in the air. Maybe they’re a jumper, or maybe they want to roll on the…

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Winter Weather Wrecking Your Workouts?

Regardless of where you live, or the environment in which you train, I can guarantee that the four seasons will bring a level of difficulty to your training that was unanticipated when you started. Here’s how you can realistically continue to stay and build build fitness as you deal with the changing weather conditions.

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