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Inbetweenisode – Coach Patrick Preps for Ironman® Mont Tremblant

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P discusses the build up to his next race at Ironman® Mont Tremblant. This is his first race since 2015 and there were several key changes he made to his training volume and schedule this year. Relevant Links: – Vasa Swim…

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2016 Ironman Arizona Recap

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The Team ended its US Ironman racing season this year with 45+ athletes making a strong showing at Ironman® Arizona. Both coaches, Rich Strauss and Patrick McCrann, were on hand to lead the team and clock many hours of meetings, as they planned how to make 2017 — our 10th year — even more special…

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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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2016 Ironman Wisconsin Race Report: Frederick Guesneau

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Join Coach Rich Strauss from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) as he interview Frederick Guesneau about his 4th place and Kona qualifying performance at Ironman Wisconsin. Frederick and Rich discuss many topics, most notably Frederick’s trick for turning the pain of race day into a positive advantage.     Subscribe here: Listen to it on iTunes. Listen to…

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2016 Ironman Wisconsin Race Report: Ian Kurth

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Join Coach Rich Strauss from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) as he interviews TeamEN athlete Ian Kurth about his 10th place performance in Men’s 40-44 at the 2016 Ironman Wisconsin triathlon. Rich and Ian discuss many topics, most notably Ian’s experiment with running every day for 42 consecutive weeks! Subscribe here: Listen to it on iTunes. Listen…

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2016 Ironman Wisconsin Race Report: Ian Kurth

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Ian Kurth 2016 IMWI race report.  This venue and distance doesn’t give a $#!% about past results… Mad Scientist seasonal training experiments: I don’t post much on the forums so I will do one big vomit of what I have been up to this season…  This season, I went off the EN reservation a bit…

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2016 Ironman® Wisconsin Race Report: Lindsay Blumenshein

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Lindsey’s determination and performance won her “The Game Ball Award,” and she was given our 1st Place Tri Club Trophy in recognition   Swim (1:28:55) I got in the water between 6:45-6:50 and headed to the right side of the ski ramp about 3-4 rows back. While heading to my spot I saw my dad…

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2016 Ironman® Wisconsin Race Report: Shaughn Simmons

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A very, very good day.  Fantastic weather, challenging course, incredible team mojo and support, EN staff onsite (Coach R and Mariah) nailing the 4 keys and every other aspect of the race weekend, I was healthy, not injured and my fitness level was very good,……….. I mean, how many things can a person have going…

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Long Term Triathlon Success: Build vs Rebuild

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Inside Endurance Nation, your first step of the season is to submit your races for a Triathlon Season Roadmap™ — TeamEN athletes submit their race schedule, or ask for race planning advice to meet their season goals. This  details for them how to stack our training plans across their season, given their race schedule. The…

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2016 Ironman® Wisconsin Coach’s Recap

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  Endurance Nation fielded nearly 50 athletes for the 2016 running of Ironman® Wisconsin, perhaps our biggest showing at this event. Coach Rich Strauss and Mariah Bridges were on hand to create our signature race weekend experience for our athletes and their families, and this is a recap of the weekend. Thursday — Team Dinner Thursday evening over…

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