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The Build Up To Kona: How To Stay On Target

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach Patrick finishes up his 2018 Kona Race Report Podcast. You can catch Part One here (The Build Up To Kona: How To Train Like A Coach) and find out exactly how the race went, and what adjustments he made in order…

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The Build Up To Kona – How To Prepare Like A Coach

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P reviews his Ironman Hawaii, World Championship experience, starting with the first half of his year — planning, training, preparation, etc. There is a myriad of things that go into a “good” race at the world championships. Some of it is just…

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Tackling the Leadville Challenge, Endurance Nation Style with Rob Chose

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P walks through the following Key Talking Points: –  A Quick Race Debrief / Training Plan Feedback –  Value of Nutrition –  Race Reconnaissance –  Team Paying it Forward –  Value of Quality –  Altitude Adjustment –  Last Minute Nutrition Subscribe here:…

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#ENTriChat "Better Racing through Planning"

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  Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month, Endurance Nation hosts #ENTriChat on Twitter. The chat is a chance for athletes around the world to learn new information, share their opinions and of course, possibly win some swag along the way. This week we discussed “Better Racing through Planning” Inside Endurance Nation, we have…

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Patience & Discipline: How To Set Expectations for Performance as a Self-Coached Triathlete [Part 1 of 4]

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Yes, this is as hard as it looks. Crushing the Lake Placid marathon. Endurance excellence is an annual journey — repeated and improved — over time, that leads to fitness, confidence, experience and performance. The next time you are watching some one race a triathlon, really race, take a moment to watch how they move.…

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