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Season Planning

Patience & Discipline: How To Set Expectations for Performance as a Self-Coached Triathlete [Part 3 of 4]

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Season Planning Part 3/4: Critical Performance Components Part Three: Critical Performance Components Not the Reading Type? Watch the YouTube Video here.  Looking for Part Two? Click here. Critical Performance Components (CPCs) are the building blocks of your season. As an Endurance Nation athlete, many of these are already accounted for within the context of your…

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Patience & Discipline: How To Set Expectations for Performance as a Self-Coached Triathlete [Part 2 of 4]

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Now that we have envisioned your race experience and have determined your current “performance delta” — baseline fitness vs desired race day performance — it’s time to start doing some basic math.

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Patience & Discipline: How To Set Expectations for Performance as a Self-Coached Triathlete [Part 1 of 4]

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Yes, this is as hard as it looks. Crushing the Lake Placid marathon. Endurance excellence is an annual journey — repeated and improved — over time, that leads to fitness, confidence, experience and performance. The next time you are watching some one race a triathlon, really race, take a moment to watch how they move.…

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Build Your Best Next Triathon Season on the Base of Your Current Season

Rich Strauss

First, I’m the “Season Planning Coach” here inside Endurance Nation — TeamEN athletes give me their race schedule, or ask me for race planning advice to meet their season goals. I then create for them a Triathlon Season RoadMap, detailing for them how I want them to stack our training plans across their season, given…

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Triathlon Season Planning: How EN preps you for Texas

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When you create a free trial membership with TeamEN, you immediately become a part of the team. With that membership comes a wealth of information for carrying out your Ironman® triathlon training. We want you to understand why joining TeamEN is the best thing you can do for your triathlon performance, and how Coaches Rich…

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Six Tips for Scheduling Your Triathlon Season Like a Grizzled Veteran

Rich Strauss

Grizzled Triathlon Vet (actual Grizzly Bear and awesome beard not included)   In my last post I shared with you Four Tips for Achieving Longevity in Long Course Triathlon…but I left you hangin’ on the fourth — how to schedule your triathlon season like a grizzled vet of the endurance fitness lifestyle! Below are the…

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Four Tips for Achieving Longevity in Long Course Triathlon

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In my last post I discussed the Life Cycle of the Age Group Ironman® Triathlete. Next, I’d like to share with you now some tips on achieving longevity in Ironman® triathlon. # 1 – Endurance Fitness as Lifestyle The single most important factor in maintaining your lifespan at the Ironman® distance in the sport of…

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New Triathlon Training and Coaching Tools for 2013

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Endurance Nation trains age-group triathletes looking to excel at triathlon. You have a job, a family and lots of stuff going on…and you want to be a triathlete too. We can help. Our time-efficient methodology and focus on quality over quantity means less training hours without sacrificing speed. Over the last five years we have…

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The Life Cycle of the Age Group Ironman Athlete

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Coach Rich at Ironman® Wisconsin 2011 As we begin to close out 2012 and look towards 2013, you may have registered for your 1st, 2nd, and 22nd Ironman. If that’s the case, we’d like to share with you some observations we’ve made about the typical “Ironman® Lifecycle,” so you can know what to expect as…

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Endurance Nation and the 2013 Long Course Triathlon Season

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Coach Patrick McCrann at Ironman® Kona   Endurance Nation trains age-group triathletes looking to excel at triathlon. You have a job, a family and lots of stuff going on…and you want to be a triathlete — we can help. Our time-efficient methodology and focus on quality over quantity means less training hours without sacrificing speed.…

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