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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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Why You Don’t Run As Much As You Think, and How to Fix It

One of the biggest issues that endurance athletes face is overreaching. Simply doing too much has the potential for devastating consequences. This is something that everyone knows, but not everyone does. It is a lesson that takes years to learn and is usually a path wrought with injury and setback. But it doesn’t have to…

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Peter Lautenslager Qualifies for Ironman® Hawaii

Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P interviews the intrepid Peter Lautenslager on his recent qualification for Kona by placing second in M55-59 at Ironman® Lake Placid. We worked with Peter to refocus his year, emphasizing the opportunity the Winter training presented. He crushed the Endurance…

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Meet the Team: Derrek Sanks

  Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another member interview podcast. Derrek Sanks from VA is our guest this week. Derrek shares his journey from his first marathon in Okinawa 2005 to his third Ironman in Chattanooga this September. Derrek talks about his lifestyle as retired military, as well as his smart progression…

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