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PODCAST: How Endurance Nation Adjusted to Support Our Athletes During the 2020 COVID-19 Season

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for another short coffee conversation. These shorter episodes are for smaller, timely conversations that might not otherwise make it to the big time. If you’ve got a topic for Coach Patrick, submit it online [here] **Today’s Theme: Adapting as a Business to the Pandemic** Our athletes are more than…

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Cracking the 70.3 Code – New Member Interview with Rob Tune

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation  for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P interviews new member Rob Tune on his decision to connect with Endurance Nation and then to upgrade his membership from PlanEN to TeamEN as he built to his first Half Iron. Key Talking Points What Rob’s goals where and how…

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The Ins and Outs of Cycling Camps

Mariah Bridges
Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P interviews good friend and partner Paul Wood from Black Bear Adventures Paul helps with our annual Blue Ridge Cycling Camp and has really made a difference. Paul's personal background as an athlete and service-oriented mindset really change how we as a [...]read more

A Man and His Ventum

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The Surprise Ironman & Quick Fit It all started with the idea that having a race on the calendar would motivate me. Little did I know that I would lose track of time and wake up with only eight weeks until race day in a total panic. While this might sound normal to you, I…

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EN Podcast #624: How the Endurance Nation Team Coaching Model Destroys the One-on-One Coaching Silo

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach Rich explains the many, many weaknesses of the traditional, one-on-one triathlon coaching model. This model puts the Coach and Athlete into a silo that severely limits the potential of each party. The Coach has little incentive to innovate and the Athlete’s…

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