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Five Things Every Triathlete Should Ask When Hiring A Coach

Most athletes are looking for a Coach because they’re seeking improvement in either their training (such as a particular discipline) or in their overall performance. But the reality is that it’s not easy to discern how someone else will help you achieve your goals without clearly defining the concept of success.

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Race Weekend Spotlight Oct 9-11 & Oct 16-18 2015

  Ironman® Louisville: 1st Place, Division 1 with 46,507 points scored – special congratulations to: Jordan Marchewka 1st Ironman 11:31 Danielle Santucci 11:30 Jay Reville 1st Ironman 11:48 Stephan W Brunelle 11:45 with a 21 minute PR Paul Hough 11:41 Roy Ezell 12:48 Ironman® 70.3 Arizona Ironman® World Championship: – special congratulations to: Teri Cashmore 11:59 Tim Cronk 11:54 Doug Herr…

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Race Weekend Spotlight – June 19-21 2015

Endurance Nation Race Weekend included: IRONMAN® 70.3 Mont Tremblant IRONMAN® 70.3 Syracuse PatriotMan Half Marathon Grandma’s Marathon Pat Griskus Olympic Triathlon at Lake Quassy Pleasant Prairie Triathlon And more! Read on for highlights of some of our athletes and their racing adventures. Use the hashtag #EN4Keys for your race events to be a part of our…

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Ambassador Spotlight- Juan Vergara

Ambassador Spotlight Juan Vergara Stats:  Town: Sao Paulo, Brazil Age Group: M 55-59 Twitter/Instagram Handle: @juanmvergara Endurance Nation invites you to take five minutes and read an interview with one of our most enthusiastic Ambassadors. Unedited, the road from beginner to Kona in less than 5 years is an interesting read. Connect with Juan on social media,…

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Ambassador Spotlight

Married 25 years, Trish Marshall is no stranger to dedication to her husband and family. It was only a matter of time she would fall in love with the dedication that is the sport of Triathlon, regardless of the fact she had zero athletic background. Her love of the sport blossomed in the hot summer…

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The Little Things You See with Power on the Bike

Every Tuesday my buddy Marvin rolls up to my house at 7:10. We ride easy 16′ to the base of Chantry Flats, a 3.2 mile, 6% climb. I tell him what cheesy 80′s song is in my head, threatening to start singing it to put it in his, and then we do our repeats up…

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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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ENFans: We want to give you a FREE Four Keys DVD!

It’s been a great summer connecting with so many of you at our free Ironman USA and Wisconsin Tri-Rallies and at the races! Your gratitude has been very powerful for us, as coaches and leaders, and we have decided to significantly turn up the volume of our FREE vibe by giving every single one of you a FREE Four Keys DVD for being an ENFan!

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