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2016 Boston Marathon Review

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It’s that magical third Monday in April. The time of year when spring has sprung, even if it doesn’t show up on race day. The time of year when everybody is #BostonStrong. Yesterday was the 2016 Boston Marathon Monday! Supporting Team Endurance Nation This year’s edition featured a good wind and temperatures in the low 70s. The weather…

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Run Durability Equipment

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  Run Durability Webinar with Coach Patrick Duration: 1 hour, 17 minutes (including Q&A) Access: Online Here Our recent article on the importance of run durability brought up several interesting follow-up questions from our readers and athletes. Outside of the usual implementation questions, there was a great deal of interest in and out to actually…

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Race Weekend Spotlight – June 19-21 2015

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Endurance Nation Race Weekend included: IRONMAN® 70.3 Mont Tremblant IRONMAN® 70.3 Syracuse PatriotMan Half Marathon Grandma’s Marathon Pat Griskus Olympic Triathlon at Lake Quassy Pleasant Prairie Triathlon And more! Read on for highlights of some of our athletes and their racing adventures. Use the hashtag #EN4Keys for your race events to be a part of our…

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Ambassador Spotlight

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  An Interview with Tom Box Endurance Nation Ambassador  EN: Tell us a little bit about yourself.  Tom: I work in Salem, Oregon as an anesthesiologist.  My very patient and loving wife supports me through the craziness of this sport. I have 2 sons, the oldest married with 2 foster children, a 16 month old and…

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Grit Happens: The True Story of One Woman's Stunning Display of Determination

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Something a little different for you this time: A riveting guest post from Keri Boyle, the writer/athlete behind www.thetri-inglife.com. This story really got us at EN thinking about what it truly means to have determination and endurance.  Runner By Garry Knight I’ve meant to tell this story forever. But time sped by and the details became murky.…

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48 Hours To Go: On Book Launches and Bonuses

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Less than 48 Hours to Go to the official one-day launch of Train to Live, Live to Train: An Insider’s Guide to Building the Ultimate Fitness Lifestyle.

It almost feels like I am getting ready for a big race! The workload has ended, I am making final tweaks and last-minute preparations to make sure that everything goes smoothly. It’s a bit nerve-wracking, but then again these are the final minutes when I personally am really viscerally connected to what’s happening.

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Team EN vs Boston Marathon 2010

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We had several “official” Team EN members take on the Boston Marathon this year. This is despite our annual push to get folks not to run a marathon in your training — for some the siren call of Boston is too strong to resist! The runners had a great day, with perfect temps and perhaps…

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A Season of Triathlon Running Fitness

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The run portion of a triathlon has the highest risk/reward ratio on race day. Go out too hard, even slightly, and you risk a sub-par finish. Run training is really no different; if you are going to get injured or burned out, it’s most likely going to be because of the run.

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A Season of Triathlon Running Fitness

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The run portion of a triathlon has the highest risk/reward ratio on race day. Go out too hard, even slightly, and you risk a sub-par finish. Run training is really no different; if you are going to get injured or burned out, it’s most likely going to be because of the run.

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Your Fitness Is Like Water

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Coach Patrick outlines why having a plan is only a small part of being a self-coached triathlete…it’s how you manage your body’s response to the training that separates you from the pack. How well do you know your body’s signals for fatigue? Impending breakthrough? Learning to know yourself is a distinct competitive advantage.

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