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How to be a Healthier, Smarter Endurance Athlete by Monitoring Your Body

Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation ( for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P reflects on Jan Frodeno’s injury status after winning 70.3™ Worlds and how we can use this moment to make ourselves better athletes. As background, with a stress fracture in his SI joint, there’s no way Frodo can compete safely. While he’s…

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Five Things We Think You Should Know [Endurance Insider]

Here are some of coolest things we’ve seen, bought and are considering doing. It’s part of our “Endurance Insider” weekly update that goes out every Friday. Feel free to share and to sign up to be the first to know each week! Five quick bullet points that you can easily share on social media and…

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Episode #607 — Value of Fall Running

Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation ( for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P covers Fall Running, and how it playing into the annual process of creating your best possible race. Points covered include: Value of Run Durability Commit to Running Steady Aid with Body Composition Goals Fun Run Races Abound Set Frequency and Total…

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Beginner Ironman 2.3 – Common Injuries

In this next installment of the Beginner Ironman article series, we will investigate what it means to keep things going at the workplace while you get ready for race day. Click here to find more articles from this series. Time for the dreaded injury section. While it should come to surprise to anyone reading this book…

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Run Durability Equipment

  Run Durability Webinar with Coach Patrick Duration: 1 hour, 17 minutes (including Q&A) Access: Online Here Our recent article on the importance of run durability brought up several interesting follow-up questions from our readers and athletes. Outside of the usual implementation questions, there was a great deal of interest in and out to actually…

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The Two Most Important Things That Aren't On Your Triathlon Packing List

Everyone spends the last couple days leading up to their big race scrambling to make sure they have everything they need. From running shoes to nutrition, from sunscreen to reservation details, there are a lot of moving parts that go into making a successful race weekend. But even the best checklist won’t include the two…

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Unscientific Markers of Triathlon Training Fatigue

If you are a triathlete, odds are you really like to train. For most of us, triathlon isn’t just a hobby, it’s a lifestyle choice. This level of commitment has both Pros and Cons; where you fall on the perspective spectrum is usually a function of how you view your current experience. But for all…

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