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powermeter

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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Six Ways to Make Your Indoor Bike Workouts 10x More Effective

  The days of riding indoors on a spin bike on long gone. Triathletes now have countless options for training indoors, and many choose to train indoors on the bike year-round. For some it’s about safety, but for most of you it’s simply about effectiveness: you can’t beat a workout with no stoplights, exact pacing,…

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Episode 636 – Rob Sleamaker from Vasatrainer.com

Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P interviews Rob Sleamaker from [Vasatrainer.com](www.vasatrainer.com) to learn more about the Vasa Trainer for swim training. Improving your swimming is one of the hardest parts of becoming a better triathlete — mainly because you can’t really get a sense of what…

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Triathlon JV to Varsity Gear [Episode 632]

Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P discusses the gear that can be part of your transition to a better / faster triathlete. Not just beginner training, but next level type stuff! **How to Rate Gear** – Season Agnostic – Train- and Race-Enabled – Time Saving –…

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ENPodcast – #625 – Stryd Running Powermeter Interview

Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P interviews Adam Heaney from Stryd (www.stryd.com) about their Run Power Meter and how it’s changing the game of running. We work from intro to details pretty quickly (when Adam starts talking!) and there’s a great deal to learn. The full…

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Fatigue, FTP, & Your Final Weeks

There are two very important questions that you, as an Ironman athlete, have to be ready to answer about your bike fitness heading into the final eight weeks of your Ironman or Half Ironman training cycle. First you have to know what your Functional Threshold Power (link?) is, or at least the Heart Rate equivalent. Second, you have to be able to give a resounding “YES!” answer as to whether or not you have done all of your bike workouts, especially the longer sessions.

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Endurance Nation Ironman Racing System, Part II: Racing with Power

Endurance Nation coaches Rich Strauss and Patrick McCrann introduce and discuss their system for preparing for and executing the Iron distance bike leg with a powermeter. The text below is an introduction. Please read and then listen to the podcast. Be sure to also visit the Endurance Nation Podcast Channel to browse our library of…

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Training with Power Series: What is Training with Power

Endurance Nation is a virtual triathlon team for long course athletes. Experiencing  phenomenal growth in 2008, from 0 to 400 athletes, Endurance Nation has also become known as THE place for power-training and racing triathletes. About 70% of Endurance Nation athletes train and race with power. The coaches and founders of Endurance Nation, Rich Strauss…

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Training with Power Series: What is Training with Power

Endurance Nation is a virtual triathlon team for long course athletes. Experiencing  phenomenal growth in 2008, from 0 to 400 athletes, Endurance Nation has also become known as THE place for power-training and racing triathletes. About 70% of Endurance Nation athletes train and race with power. The coaches and founders of Endurance Nation, Rich Strauss…

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Power Clinic Questions

I recently did a presentation about Training and Racing Power at the TriFitLab run by TTBikeFit.com It was a good presentation (I’ve done better), but what always interests me is not what I do or whom I’m speaking with but the questions that come from the audience. Instead of leaving those answers information at the clinic with the 35 folks who attended, I want to post answers here in a space where everyone can learn from them.

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