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Podcast: The Strategy Behind Endurance Camps

Join Coach Patrick and Mariah from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week we discuss how an endurance camp can add to your overall season planning, help you meet your goals and generally strengthen your overall fitness. Key Talking Points include: Race Specific Camps & when to place it in preparation How…

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2016 Texas Race Camp Day Three Recap

Our third and final day of camp is all about the run…and an early one at that. I find that the later you start run day, the more likely you are to eat or do something else that’s going to muck up your day — plus some folks have to hit the road. So early…

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2016 January Volume Camp Day Four Recap

The fourth and final day is my favorite day of training camp. This is our chance to go down on the Clay trails that surround Clermont. But this one is an almost exclusively reserved for the runners and Farmington over the course of this morning, I only saw three cars!

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2015 Blue Ridge Cycling Camp Day Three Recap: Beech Mountain

Day 3: Mast Gap Annex, Beech Mountain, Shulls Mill and even a Jagaround! After riding Mount Mitchell, it’s hard to find something that folks will still find epic. The answer? Shorten the ride to the suffering but work even harder! Beech Mountain is a three mile climb that averages around 9%. It so happened that…

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Planning 2015 Volume Camps with Endurance Nation

Endurance Nation puts on several key volume camps for our athletes and the general triathlon community. These camps are an opportunity to inject some serious endurance fitness into your seasonal progression, but they are hard to find and harder to get into. We have two specific camps left for 2015 that have a few open slots. Please review the options and consider joining us!

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Mont Tremblant Training Camp Recap

  Another year, another new training camp. This weekend saw the Team in beautiful Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada to prepare for the full-distance triathlon, the 2014 Ironman® ® Mont Tremblant.  You can learn more about our training camps on the official Endurance Nation Camps Page. Day One: Bike 112 Miles, Run 6 Miles The goal of…

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Blue Ridge Camp 2014 – Day Four Report

Preparing to Ride! After three solid days of riding and incredible weather, the group was torn. Some folks wanted to go ride one more mountain. Other folks wanted the safety of a simple out and back on the Parkway. And a handful of others wanted something off the Parkway but not insane. Sometimes you lead,…

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Blue Ridge Camp 2014 – Day Three Report

  After the epic trip to Mount Mitchell, we all needed something really different. Ups and Downs were approved, but it couldn’t be gargantuan…no ten mile climbs, please! On Day Three of camp, we opted for a modified version of the Blue Ridge Brutal, with either a 51 or a 74-mile option. As the elevation…

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Blue Ridge Camp 2014 – Day One Report

Today was the first day of our annual Blue Ridge Cycling Camp. A pilgrimage to the warmer climates, this four-day camp is a chance to boost some critical bike fitness and prepare for a breakthrough season. This year we have 20 campers, and we are based out of Boone, N.C. We chose Boone for the…

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2014 IM Texas Training Camp Recap

We started Day One with some serious ambitions. As always, this is our biggest day, with a 112-mile ride and a 6+ mile run on the agenda as the first Race Rehearsal workout. It’s a bit early for most, but a great litmus test as to how the remainder of your training will go…and the Team was all in.

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