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2012 Lake Placid Race & Weekend Recap

This is what 50 athletes looks like!!! View More Photos Here The 2012 edition of Lake Placid marked a decade for me in coming to either race or spectate this amazing event. The weekend was made even more special by the presence of over fifty (50) Endurance Nation members, friends and family who contributed to…

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2011 Charity Kickstart Wrap-Up

It’s with great pleasure that we can close this program for the season knowing that the Endurance Nation Charity Kickstart program donated $8,000 to 32 athletes!

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Five Common Half Ironman Mistakes

It’s no secret that Ironman racing (the 140.6 mile version) has become crazy popular, with races selling out a year in advance, often in only minutes. As a result, Ironman-focused conversations dominate the triathlon space. Yet probably 90% of these Ironman triathletes race one, two, three or more half Ironman events enroute to their full Ironman distance event. Our combined 20 years of coaching and racing experience has shown that the 70.3 distance is a different race entirely from the Ironman. If you want to be successful at the half iron distance you’ll need to bring more to the table than your Ironman fitness and some good luck.

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Meet the Team: EN vs Florida 2010

This year we have a handful of Team EN athletes competing at Ironman Florida. They are an awesome bunch, some new and some veterans, all coming to put their mental and physical mettle to the test in the classic one-day event. The 2010 edition sees the bike course changed due to some new roads, but guaranteed there will be suffering and spectacle on the big day. Learn more about the Team and the unique individuals who make up our IMFL crew below. You can also track them online on race day using our Team Tracking Sheet (coming soon to the EN homepage).

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Meet the Team: EN vs Hawaii 2010

This year we have a handful of Team EN athletes competing at the Ironman World Championships on the Big Island of Hawaii. They are an awesome bunch, having earned their stripes through a full year of training and final preparation for the big day. There’s nothing like racing alongside the world’s best…a supreme challenge but as you’ll see this group is ready for it! Learn more about the Team and the unique individuals who make up our Kona crew below.

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Louisville 2010 Report Part Two: Results and Testimonials

We appreciate your patience as we update you on our Team’s performance, first with pictures and video (with more on our Facebook page), then with our Race Report Podcast Series, and now with their Ironman Louisville results and some excerpts from their race reports in our members-only forum.

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Team EN vs Louisville 2010: Meet The Athletes

On August 29th, almost 20 TeamEN athletes will put months of hard work to the test at Ironman Louisville. It will be hot, it will be difficult and they will be challenged. But these folks are ready. Let’s take a minute to get to know the people behind the names and bib numbers…it’s a great bunch that we can’t wait to support on race day!

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Team EN: The Week in Twitter (8/9)

Every week TeamEN members and ENFans connect online via Twitter by including the hashtag #workworks to highlight their tweets. Feel free to join in and stay up to date or just review the highlights below!

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ENFans: We want to give you a FREE Four Keys DVD!

It’s been a great summer connecting with so many of you at our free Ironman USA and Wisconsin Tri-Rallies and at the races! Your gratitude has been very powerful for us, as coaches and leaders, and we have decided to significantly turn up the volume of our FREE vibe by giving every single one of you a FREE Four Keys DVD for being an ENFan!

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Assessing Your Long Course Race Using the Four Keys Approach

Endurance Nation has been promoting its Four Keys of Ironman Execution for several years now. Our macro level approach to organizing your expectations and managing your day has proven successful for thousands of Ironman athletes across the globe. We get e-mails and feedback all the time, and nowhere is the success of the system more apparent than at the finish line. Learn how you can use the same approach to evaluate your race and find out how you truly performed outside of the finishing time.

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