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Texas — The Complete Race Breakdown by Endurance Nation

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Coach Patrick Wins M35-39 AG in 2012 RSVP for our FREE Four Keys of Race Execution Talk Thursday 5/14/15 @ 10am Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion- Woodforest Bank Club On the Left as You Face Transition Area —————- Texas is the earliest Ironman® of the North American season, and it is very similar to the end of…

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IRONMAN® Chattanooga, the Complete Race Breakdown, by Endurance Nation

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Coach Rich Strauss has conducted three training camps on the course for over 75 athletes and Endurance Nation has fielded over 100 Ironman® Finishers since the first running of the event in 2014. These are his tips for the race: Timing of the Event The timing of an event should the #1 criteria you use for…

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Long Course Triathlon Rules: Drafting, Blocking, Outside Assistance, and More [Video]

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Coach Rich, coming to a bike course near you!   Please read the blog post and watch the video below, as Coach Rich explains the rules and their practical application, from his experience as an long course triathlete, coaching, and having ridden motorcycle support for many Ironman® events. Note that the intent of this post…

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Ironman® Coeur d’Alene: the Complete Race Breakdown, by Endurance Nation

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Endurance Nation has a long history on the Ironman® Coeur d’Alene course: Coach Rich raced the event in ’03, ’05, and ’08, with a PR of 10:02, has been on hand for the race pretty much every year, and has coached hundreds to the Coeur d’Alene finish line. Coach Patrick raced Coeur d’Alene in ’08,…

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Three Insider Tips for Racing Lake Placid

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Lake Placid is one of the crown jewels of the North American Ironman® circuit. It has something for everyone, from a great course to race on to a beautiful backdrop for your friends and family to enjoy their trip as well. But it’s still an Ironman, and it’s still going to try and put the…

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Easy is the New Hard: How to Manage Your Effort in your Next Ironman or

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Road Goes Up…Road Comes Down — Switzerland Mountain Road by www.calliflower.com There are very few triathlon bike courses that are really truly difficult. I mean, like evil difficult…as though the race director is out to punish you. But that doesn’t stop the average triathlete from making most courses harder than they were intended to be.…

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Triathlon Race Preparation Tips: How to master race-specific training

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Team Endurance Nation is deep into the race season and hard at work in the Race Preparation Phase of their training. The Race Prep phase of all of our training plans is 10 to 12 weeks. During this period, training becomes much more race specific on a number of levels. Below are our thoughts, notes,…

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Top Ten Reasons Why You’ll Never Peak for Your Triathlon (And Bonus PreSeason Training Guide Sign Up)

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Dottie Caitlin at Lake Placid — EN Gang Sign! Triathlon is a lifestyle and training is a huge part of who you are. You get up early, workout at lunch, and have training equipment in your car. You were recently voted “most likely to not go out because of a morning workout” by your hilarious…

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Irritable Triathlete Sydrome: TWENTY Ways to Handle Injuries & Continue Dominating

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  Being a triathlete makes you feel like you have superpowers. She swims…she bikes…she RUNS!  Your friends and family don’t often get along but they can agree here: We can’t stop her, we can only contain her! And then you get injured. There goes your master season plan you built six months ago. You know…

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Five Strategies to Beat the Heat in Your Next Triathlon

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We are entering the hottest part of the season: July and August. Pretty much wherever you live you’ll be experiencing some flavor of heat, humidity or both. It’s time to step away from your race pace calculator and take a healthy dose of reality: there’s simply no way you can race at your peak potential…

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