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ENPodcast — #620 — OutSeason Interview with Mike Roberts

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Join Coach Rich from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) as he and TeamEN member Mike Roberts discussed the OutSeason 2017 will be Mike’s 4th Endurance Nation OutSeason and he has seen tremendous growth in the process. Over the course of his time with EN, Mike has brought his Functional Threshold Power (FTP) on the bike up from 180…

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Ironman Hawaii 2016: Race Week Recap

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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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Four Keys of Long Course Triathlon Bike Execution

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While the Ironman World Championships in Kona are in just a few days, there’s still a lot of long course racing left on the calendar. These are our Four Keys of Long Course Triathlon Bike Execution, to help you get your mind right about how to ride the long course bike> The Delta Isn’t as…

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Ventum One

Review: Ventum One

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The Endurance Nation team is busy building a “Ventum Army” as the fever has caught on with Ventum One. Myself and the recent teammates have joined the movement and are coming to Ventum from a variety of triathlon bikes: Trek Speed Concept, Cervelo P5’s, Dimond, Felt, Specialized and others. This review is based on my and their…

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EN Podcast

Preparing for the OutSeason®

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for a podcast on preparing for the OutSeason®.  The OutSeason® is Endurance Nation’s renown winter training protocol that has helped more than 5,000 triathletes build critical fitness and early season strength. In this episode, Coach Patrick outlines other elements that will help make your next season even better than this one!…

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Teamwork Dreamwork

2017 Endurance Nation Key Races

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2017 Key Race Schedule What is a Key Race? A Key Race is when the entire team focuses on a specific event. Our goal is to get as many people on the ground as possible for Maximum Mojo. It’s a fantastic weekend and tons of fun. This is a chance for many of you to…

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Gimme Back My Sponges!

Adjusting Your Race Plan For The Heat

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Is it me or does every race seem to be hot these days? Without a doubt, racing in the heat is one of the biggest challenges that endurance athletes face. Staying warm on a cold day isn’t easy, but staying cool under effort is almost impossible. Here is guidance for adjusting your race plan on a…

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How Endurance Nation Does Kona

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ALOHA! The Ironman® World Championship 2016 is rapidly approaching. Endurance Nation is the largest and fastest online endurance team in the world, and nobody does Kona like we do! Meet our dedicated Kona partners. These amazing companies help make being a part of the Endurance Nation crew all the more fun! NormaTec  NormaTec is the…

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2016 Ironman® Lake Placid — Team Weekend, TriClub Champs and More!

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The 2016 Ironman Lake Placid is officially in the books. It was another epic day, as most of these events are. This one was made all the more special for the team given how many athletes we had racing and how many friends, family, and teammates we had out on the course supporting. Bonus that…

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2016 Tour of California Camp Stages Four – Eight

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Stage Four – Morro Bay to Monterey County  The Pacific Coast Highway from Morro Bay is nothing short of picture perfect. We headed north along California’s most famous coastline, passing windswept beaches and a dynamic estuary. For this entire stretch there were no turns as we headed over Big Sur’s famous Bixby Bridge and through Carmel-By-The-Sea en route to…

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