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Short Course Triathlon Series, Part II: Swim Training

    Welcome to the Endurance Nation Short Course Triathlon Series, created to support our 2017 Short Course Triathlon Training Plans. These 12 week Short Course Triathlon Training Plans are FREE for a limited time! Go here to learn more and gain instant access to your training plan today! In the first installment of the…

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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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#ENTriChat "Triathlon Swimming"

December 15, 2014 housed yet another Twitter Chat. This being the last chat of the 2014 year, we focused on “Triathlon Swimming” with sponsor Total Immersion giving away prizes to the chat attendees, it was a great way to end the year! For more information on our swimming education, download our FREE Swimming e-book Link…

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Why Swimming Year-Round Can Be Hazardous To Your A Race

Swimming holds a unique space in triathlon. It’s the shortest of all three distances on race day, yet it often holds the highest level of stress. From our perspective as coaches, swimming is also the most costly training activity you can engage in. For these reasons, we strongly recommend that you implement a swimming ban in…

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Four Secrets of the Long Course Swim Revealed

BOOM! And so begins perhaps the most unique spectacle in all of endurance sports — the Ironman swim start. Nearly 2500 bodies and 5000 arms and legs churning the water to start a 140.6 mile day. Below are our tips for surviving, and excelling at, the Ironman swim.

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Four Secrets of the Long Course Swim Revealed

BOOM! And so begins perhaps the most unique spectacle in all of endurance sports — the Ironman swim start. Nearly 2500 bodies and 5000 arms and legs churning the water to start a 140.6 mile day. Below are our tips for surviving, and excelling at, the Ironman swim.

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