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Kona Interview: Dave Tallo on Getting Zen at IMHawaii

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  Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P has another great podcast from the 2019 Ironman World Championships. Special Guest Dave Tallo sits down to talk all things Kona, from qualification to performance and all the suffering in between! Key Talking Points The Kona Mindset Why Your…

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How Pro Triathlete Matt Hanson Recovers Like A…Pro

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for a special interview podcast. Thanks to our friends at [Normatec Recovery], our guest is [Dr Matt Hanson]. Matt is a professional triathlete with a unique combination of mental and physical strengths. Owner of the fastest marathon time for a marathon (2:34:xx), Matt leverages Normatec and other recovery tools…

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Kona Interview: Al Truscott on the Ironman Kona Experience

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for a special Ironman Kona interview with long-time Endurance Nation member Al Truscott. Al and Coach P talk Kona wisdom and race execution on the Big Island. Learn about Al’s future plan and how he keeps making gains as he moves through the age groups! Additions Thanks for listening…

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When To Start Training for Next Season @en

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P launches the Fall kick-off episode on how to best make the decision on when to start training. Are you on Team Let’s Do This (choose the OutSeasonยฎ) or Team Let’s Wait (choose a Durability plan)? Key Talking Points Date of…

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Kona 2019 Finisher Line

Coach Patrickโ€™s Ironman Hawaii 2019 Race Report

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Summary After a great week of hanging out with our teammates and many of our industry partners, it was time to race. On a super tough day, I went 9:52:xx which was good enough for my tenth finish here on the Big Island. Not my fastest time by any means, but my fastest time on…

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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. ย 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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Top Ten Kona Tips for the First Timer

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach Patrick jumps in his triathlon time machine to go way back, waaaaaaaaay back to his first of ten trips to the World Championships. Why? To make sure you know all the things he didn’t so your first time competing in Kona…

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