Plan Sale

2014 Triathlon Training Plan Sale: September 2013

[box]Save $100 to $150 thru 9/30/2013![/box] Endurance Nation is very pleased to release our 2014 Triathlon Training Plans. We made some significant edits from the 2012 editions, including the creation of a new “Short Season Plan” to help those of you training to a race on a compressed timeframe. Each plan is delivered as a…

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2013 Half and Full Long Course Training Plan Sale — Save $100-230!

Training Plan Sale Ends Friday, February 1st! 20-week Half and Full Ironman® Training Plans: only $249 vs $349 regular price — just $12.45 per week! You save $100! 34-week Half and Full Ironman® Season Plans (14-week OutSeason® + 20-week HIM/IM) = only $449 vs $679 regular price — just $13.20 per week! You save $230! Additional…

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2013 Long Course Training Plan Sale: Begins Monday, January 28th

After our annual review and editing process, we’ve finally completed the rewrite of our Half and Full Ironman® training plans. That’s right, the official Endurance Nation 2013 Ironman® and Half Ironman® PDF training plans are ready to launch. We will release these 20-week training plans to the public on Monday, January 28th. Long Course Training…

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OutSeason® + Four Keys DVD Sale Cyber Monday thru Black Friday ONLY!

Since we launched our OutSeason® training plan sale on October 29th, more than 300 athletes have chosen to implement our “FAST then FAR approach” by purchasing an OutSeason® training plan. And this week only — from Cyber Monday through Black Friday — when you purchase an OutSeason® training plan for only $99 (reduced from $320), we’ll also include…

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February Training Plan Sale Contest!

If saving 20% on the best, most detailed and proven training plans in the triathlon space wasn’t enough, we’ve created a contest to help convince you to train with Endurance Nation in 2012. How it works: When you purchase an Endurance Nation training plan during our 20% sale, you’ll be eligible for one of three…

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Training Plan and Membership Improvements for 2012

Rich and Patrick are committed to continuously improving the quality of the Endurance Nation triathlon training plans. They do this by combining their personal training and racing experience with the feedback and results from their training plan customers and TeamEN members. In July, the coaches surveyed almost 1,000 training plan customers and TeamEN members asking…

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NEW Short Course Triathlon Training Plans, on Sale thru March 31st

Endurance Nation is 4 years old, growing from 80 athletes in 2007 to over 600 athletes today. We primarily focus on the long course distances of Half and Full Ironman events. Over half of our athletes have been with us for 3+ years, and we’ve seen their endurance racing goals evolve as their interests have changed. More and more of our squad have chosen to focus on short course triathlons this year.

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Triathlon Tip: Internal Goals Yield External Results

Inside Endurance Nation, we hear goals all the time. From prospective customers to our own members, everyone has a position staked out that is a large part of what drives them on a daily basis. While goals are a natural part of how we operate as athletes, they are not all made equal. A large part of what we do inside EN is turn your focus inwards, towards elements of your fitness that you can control and improve and away from external metrics that could remain out of grasp for a myriad of reasons.

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Five Ways To Build A Breakthrough Triathlon Season

Every year people just get faster. Equipment gets better, technology improves, finish times seem to get faster…it’s all part of that seemingly inexorable march to a bigger better (faster) world. But at the same time, we know that nothing is guaranteed. All the fancy equipment in the world won’t put you ahead of someone who has out-trained, out-prepared and/or out-raced you. So shop all you want, but know that if you are truly going to be a better triathlete next season, you are going to have to raise the bar in many areas of your athletic life.

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