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Project Kona 10X: Ironman Hawaii Mental Strength Episode

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation [www.endurancenation.us] for the fourth and final installment of Project 10X – Ironman Hawaii Mental Focus. Fitness is simply one tool you bring to the Big Island to compete. Without serious mental fortitude and concentration, your race will be nothing more than an exercise in futility.  Learn from Patrick’s mistakes!…

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Project Kona 10X: Ironman Hawaii Run Course Tips & Troubleshooting

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation [www.endurancenation.us] for another Project 10X Podcast, this time on the Ironman Hawaii Run Course. Of all the parts of the course that challenge you, the run will do so without remorse. Fail to fuel or pace yourself properly and your day will be filled with slow-motion agony. Don’t worry,…

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Project Kona 10X: Ironman Hawaii Bike Tips & Strategy

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation [www.endurancenation.us] for another Project 10x Podcast – the Ironman Hawaii Bike Course. This week Coach P will break down the 112 miles on the Big Island to give you a better understanding of how the day unfolds and how to best handle the conditions. Key Talking Points The terrain…

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Project Kona 10X: Ironman Hawaii Swim Tips and Advice

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation [www.endurancenation.us] for this special Project Kona 10x podcast. This week Coach Patrick reviews the Ironman Hawaii swim. He covers the course, the conditions, and nuances of swimming in Kailua Bay and more. Key Talking Points Typical Conditions How to Choose Where to Line Up Which Way to Modify Your…

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Coach Patrick’s 2017 Ironman World Championship Race Report

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For those of you with short attention spans, I went 10:27 on the day.  1:07 swim 5:02 bike 4:04 marathon While it’s not even close to my personal best, the highlight of my day was being able to flex my mental toughness. Racing here is special, and I not only had a great time racing…

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2016 Ironman Hawaii Race Report: Coach Rich Strauss

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The 2016 Ironman World Championships was my 2nd Kona, with my first time in 2003. But before I begin, I need to share with you my thoughts about and goals for the race: From my race plan posted internally to our Team: I’m fully at peace with the fitness and body composition that I have…

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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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Coach Patrick — What I Learned During the 2015 Triathlon Season

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The end of another year is a great chance to review all of our lessons learned…what worked, and what didn’t. As a coach and athlete, I pretty much test all manner of new training protocols on myself before recommenting them to our Endurance Nation athletes. The process of self-improvement is a large part of what…

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Coach Patrick's 2015 Ironman Hawaii Race Report

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The Short Version: 10:02, good enough for 60th AG (new personal best!) and my third best time here on the Big Island — but my most complete race (finally, in my 7th attempt here)! Thanks to all of you for your support, well-wishes and more…no way I could ever do this on my own. Biggest props goes to my amazing wife and daughters who were everywhere on race day with smiles, high-fives and more!

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The Complete Ironman® Hawaii Breakdown

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Endurance Nation Kona Race Week Camp: 10/2 to 10/12/2015 Join Coach Patrick for the ultimate pre-Kona race build up! Patrick has raced in Hawaii six times, and will be your personal guide to make the most of your trip to the World Championships. The camp is open to racers and spectators alike — there’s nothing…

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