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So You DNF’d — Now What?

Image Courtesy of Buster Carbon Not finishing your target race of the season can be a massive blow to your endurance ego. Your ego doesn’t care how you DNF’d; it only knows that you failed. For days, weeks, and months you have built the fitness and the expectation that you would achieve your finish line. Now what? It’s time to make…

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2016 Ironman Wisconsin Race Report: Shaughn Simmons

Join Coach Rich from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) as he interviews TeamEN member Shaughn Simmons about his performance at the Ironman Wisconsin triathlon Rich and Shaughn discuss many topics, most notably how Shaughn handled an exploding cassette before biggest hill on the course, and how he then rallied to run a negative split marathon! Subscribe here:…

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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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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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Race Weekend Spotlight: End of Season Races

  Endurance Nation racing season has come to an end and we are thrilled with everyones performances. Congratulations to the team on a fantastic year filled with podium finishers, first timers, veterans, PR’s, lessons learned and memories across the board. Ironman® Arizona 3rd Place Tri Club 46358 Points  — Special Congrats to:  David Ware – 40AG…

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TriSports.com & Endurance Nation

  Endurance Nation is proud to introduce our newest sponsor relationship– TriSports.com   One of the first online triathlon stores, TriSports has grown to become a cornerstone of the greater endurance community in Tucson, throughout the Internet and across the entire United States. If it’s for triathletes…it’s at TriSports! “We are thrilled to be working…

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Coach Patrick — What I Learned During the 2015 Triathlon Season

The end of another year is a great chance to review all of our lessons learned…what worked, and what didn’t. As a coach and athlete, I pretty much test all manner of new training protocols on myself before recommenting them to our Endurance Nation athletes. The process of self-improvement is a large part of what…

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Race Weekend Spotlight Sept 4-6 & 11-13 2015

  Ironman® 70.3 Santa Cruz: Division 1 with 13,500 points scored Ironman® Wisconsin: 2nd Place, Division 1 with 88,536 points scored – special congratulations to: Coach Rich Strauss 5th Place 45-49M Kona Qualifying Spot Jeremy Behler 3rd Place 40-44M Kona Qualifying Spot Rachel Hawe 70 minute Ironman PR David Duran 3:57:18 Ironman PR Scott Gijium 38 minute Ironman…

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Meet the Team: IM Texas

Meet team members competing in Ironman® Texas 2015! Ron Slack (M 45-49) I’m from Edmonton Alberta Canada, married with two girls. I have been doing IM’s since 09. This will be my 10th IM however my first full year on new diet after finding out celiac ( was always crashing hard end of bike/run )…

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Meet the Team: St. George 70.3

Meet the team members competing in Ironman® St. George 70.3 2015! Matt Dake (M 45-49) I live in Lakewood, California which is roughly 18 miles southeast of Los Angeles. I have been married for 25 year and I have 2 kids, a 8 year old daughter and a 17 year old son. I have been doing sprint triathlons…

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