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Women of EN: Forum isn't About Just Triathlon Training

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As you know I am very new to EN and I have never found so much support (in one place). Because we have this woman’s thread we can go to it any time of day or night, any day of the week.

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Women of EN: Kitima Boonvisudhi

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Kitima, or EN Code Name Kitboo, is a relatively new member. She gives us a great perspective on our power and pace focus, and is another example of how you don’t have to be a skinny, bald, Type A, male 25-35 power geek to find value in training with power.

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Women of EN: Kris Frazier

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Meet Kris Frazier. Kris is an EN OG, Charter Member of the Lil’ Peeps Mafia, Ironman Louisville Team Captain, and a resident of Louisville, KY. She lives right on the bike course and is recently the former president of the Louisville Landsharks Triathlon Club.

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Meet Team Endurance Nation — Olivia Syptak

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Coach Patrick talks to Olivia, another EN newbie, about her return to Ironman in 2010, the tough OutSeason® and much more. Olivia is just good people, ’nuff said. Check it out!

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Meet Team Endurance Nation — Pam Kassner

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Meet The Team: Pam Kassner Coach Patrick talks to Pam about her plan for IM Wisconsin, her cycling hubby, how Ironman® inspired her to start her own company and much more. Inspirational and fun to listen to…a can’t miss episode! Click Here to Download the File

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Team Update: 2010 February Prez Weekend Bike Challenge

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Every year Team Endurance Nation holds a February bike challenge to liven things up a bit. Anyone on the Team can play, and point are awarded on an intensity basis such that even indoor riders can be “competitive” with their west coast / warm weather teammates.

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Train Like A Beginner; Don't Think Like One

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This post is part of a new series of articles exploring core elements of the Endurance Nation team and training concept. With over 400 members from all walks of life and levels of experience, Endurance Nation has a veritable repository of triathlon training and racing experience. Our goal is to highlight common elements we all share as triathletes, as well as place the spotlight on some of our most powerful member groups such as our 50+ “boomer” clan and of course the incredibly powerful women’s vibe.

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