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70.3

DIY TRI Complete

Crushing The 2020 D.I.Y. TRI

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  So proud to be able to write this post in the middle of DIY TRI week here at Endurance Nation. What started off as a fun idea has quickly become an event that has inspired and connected over 100 athletes. I want to thank our members for the suggestion and support over the last…

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PODCAST: VASA INTERVIEW

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P sits down with Keith Watson, the new Chief Operating Officer at VASA. VASA has been a long time partner of Endurance Nation, helping many other athletes maximize their training time as they prepare indoors for their next triathlon using the…

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Matt Moves to the Front of the Triathlon Pack

Improving from Back of the Pack to Pack Leader [A Triathlon Case Study]

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Matt Celebrates a Massive Personal Best Finish Time! Access Our Insider Triathlete Email Series Looking to Race to the Front of the Pack I have been a back of the pack, self-trained 70.3 triathlete since 2013, and wanted to take my training seriously with the hopes of jumping to a 140.6 by 2020. I joined…

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Joe Hallatschek Aquabike Domination with Endurance Nation

Triathlete Transitions to Aquabike Domination [A Case Study]

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Joe earns 4th place in his Age Group at 2019 Aquabike Nationals! Work Wasn’t Getting Results, Until Endurance Nation. Getting slower every year despite working harder. Then, I joined Endurance Nation. OutSeason got me fast then the In-Season plans got me good results Swim To Success Not running helped me absorb the harder swim and…

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Tom Daemen vs Ironman Sydney 70.3

Endurance Nation Represents at Ironman Sydney 70.3™

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One of the best parts of being a member of Endurance Nation is access to a global community of athletes working together to be their personal best. Enjoy this latest dispatch from Australia, where Team EN member Tom Daemen makes the most of his race!   You can join Tom and the rest of our…

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Broken Fork

So You DNF’d — Now What?

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Image Courtesy of Buster Carbon Not finishing your target race of the season can be a massive blow to your endurance ego. Your ego doesn’t care how you DNF’d; it only knows that you failed. For days, weeks, and months you have built the fitness and the expectation that you would achieve your finish line. Now what? It’s time to make…

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2017 EN*Full and EN*Half Training Plans are LIVE and On Sale!

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We are pleased to announce release of our 2017 EN*Full and EN*Half training plans! Every Endurance Nation digital training plans is designed to put you 100% in charge of your season. No more waiting for workouts or emails. No more wondering what workout to do. Put down the magazines and books…it’s time to start training! Eliminate Wasted Training Time;…

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Paul Hough at 70.3® Worlds

The Year of the Half (Get Stronger, Faster and Have More Fun)

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The Half Iron distance is the most underrated event in the triathlon world. There’s a gap between what beginners do at the Sprint and Olympic distance level, and then what the most advanced folks do at the Ironman® level. The 70.3®  distance falls right in between these two and is often overlooked. In this blog post, I’ll cover…

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EN Podcast

ENPodcast – 10Year – DominicMalleo

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This is a special Tenth Anniversary interview with Dominic Malleo, one of our original members who is still on the Team. Dominic has four kids, just babies when he started the triathlon game. Now things have settled down, Dom is back for another run at…

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On the 5k Run

Tis the Season for Short Races – Using 5k Races to Keep the Winter Fun and Fast

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The 5K is the perfect winter running distance. Most Type A triathletes seek massive endurance challenges to test their run fitness. The savvy triathlete looks instead to the 5K distance as a tool for creating and measuring the appropriate fitness. It makes sense: you already spend the bulk of your year running long and steady in preparation…

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