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The Secret To Endurance Success

The Secret To Endurance Success When we think of endurance training, we often look at it from a singular viewpoint. Either by race, by season, by a specific goal. But the real reward is viewing endurance training as well, endurance training… aka, the long game. Each race, each season, every success, every failure, the day-to-day,…

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Race Execution and Proper Marathon Pacing

  After months of training and countless miles, your race is here. Hundreds of hours of hard work all come down to one day and 26.2 miles. Yet after juggling workouts, recovery, managing your commitments, and making nuanced adjustments to your nutrition, the most common race strategy is practically no strategy at all: 1 —…

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Couch to Marathon: Your Go-To Guide

Running, or rather road racing is currently one of the most popular activities in the United States. It’s cheap (only need shoes), it’s accessible (just go outside), it’s social (join a club), and it good for your health (in moderation)…in short, running has the deck stacked in its favor when it comes to rapid growth.…

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Cross Training For Endurance Athletes – A Beginners Guide

  Runners are creatures of habit. We like to run. Especially marathoners, who often favor higher mileage and skip the “extras” that don’t directly contribute to their marathon-specific fitness. Those cross-training workouts – like core work, pool running or cycling, and strength exercises – can have dramatic benefits for marathoners and shouldn’t be skipped. Knowing when to…

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How To Boston Qualify in Your Marathon using a Stryd Powermeter

Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P interviews Team Endurance Nation member Rory Gumina on his incredible Marathon personal best…just six weeks after finishing Ironman® Lake Placid! Like Tim Sullivan, Rory raced using his Stryd Powermeter to execute, and by the Boston Qualifying time, clearly, it worked to his advantage!…

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A Year of Run Durability: Unlocking Your Endurance Potential

Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach Patrick’s Key Talking Points are: –  Increased Focus on Basic Running –  Run Resiliency –  Building a Running Community –  Run Streak –  Celebrating Consistency Instead of Speed –  Excellent Race Results   Subscribe here: Listen to it on iTunes. Listen to…

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Choosing the Correct Running Cadence

Understanding proper run cadence can seem like a daunting task, but it should never be overlooked. Correct run cadence will help you maintain good form. Good form reduces the change of injury, and running with good form for longer periods of time will increase your run speed. So in all actuality, run cadence is extremely…

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Spring Cleaning – Early Season Training Adjustments

Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P dives into Spring Training. One of the most important parts of being a successful endurance athlete is being able to adjust on the fly. Training, like life, is nothing more than a series of unplanned events coming at you at full…

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Podcast: The Psychology of Endurance Mental Toughness

Join Endurance Nation’s Marketing Director, Mariah Bridges, for podcast #659 as she virtually sits down with Patrick Young – Ph.D.   Patrick is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant within the Association of Applied Sports Psychology with specializes in performance enhancement. Patrick spends his days helping individuals within NCAA Div l and ll and college athletes alike…

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Hi Five Time at the Boston Marathon

Five Reasons to Rethink the Fall Marathon

Every year athletes wake up in the fall realizing that their season is technically over and that winter is looming. Full of fitness and facing the reality of the coming cold, most athletes try to cram in one more good race for the year. But sometimes one more race is just one race too many.…

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