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What is it like to train indoors and race outdoors?

Ian Kurth 2017 IMMT Race Report Training indoors racing outdoors   Training lead up Overall, I effectively doubled down on last year’s experiment of leveraging indoor swimming, cycling and running in various ways to achieve a training effect within my personal and professional time constraints. This means spending plenty of time in the pain cave…

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Episode 636 Interviewing Taren Gesell of TriathlonTaren

  Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for a special interview podcast with Taren Gesell aka TriathlonTaren. An emerging social media force, Taren is as funny as he is fast. We had more than a few laughs talking about “going public” with one’s multisport obsession. The conversation ranged from Ironman to an epic marathon…

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ENPodcast – 623 – $hit Triathletes Say

Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P goes rogue, dropping a few curse words and revealing the true inspiration behind the creation of Endurance Nation. He also covers the basic principles that form the foundation of the Endurance Nation community. It’s not easy talking about something that’s…

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SufferLevel™ for Arizona

2016 SufferLevel™ for Ironman® Arizona Released!

Ever want to know how hard your next race was going to be? While there isn’t “an app for that” we have the next best thing! Endurance Nation’s SufferLevel™ an pre-race review with recommendations on how to manage the conditions.   And it’s not just another “weather” website, it’s from Endurance Nation! We review the historical weather data…

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Ironman Hawaii 2016: Race Week Recap

Today’s Friday, and that means the 2016 Ironman® World Championships is tomorrow!  It has been a super busy week, navigating final race prep and exploring all parts of the course. It’s been a blast…every trip to Hawaii is special with the Team, and 2016 was no exception. Many laughs, lots of good training and even…

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2016 Tour of California Camp Days One – Three

Words can not describe the atmosphere that surrounds the Tour of California Camp, but imagine this: Riding 4-5 hours a day 3 hours ahead of the Pro Peloton of the famous Amgen Tour of California Watching the crowds gather and cheering you on Seeing behind the scenes of the crews getting ready for the Pros…

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Ironman® Texas Virtual Four Keys

Your Best Texas — A Race Execution Seminar by Endurance Nation With all the uncertainty leading up to race day, cross “how to execute my race” off your list! More than 6,000 Ironman® finishes since 2010. More than 30 Ironman® finishes between the coaches. We have raced in Kona a combined nine times. We know a bit about racing…

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An Ironman’s® Journey to become an UltraRunner

   Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim (aka: R2R2R) ** Editors Note** While this is a lengthy Race Report – It is completely worth the read! Step inside the mind and journey of Endurance Nation athlete, John Withrow as he tackles yet another amazing adventure.    Like a lot of things in my life, my”40 for 40″ started as a…

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