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Trial Membership Update

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While we are preparing for a long for a long weekend of supporting nearly 40 TeamEN athletes at IMWI, we wanted to give you, our readers, an update on our trial membership opportunity: Next Wednesday, September 15th,  we will issue invitations to our ENFans to create a free 14-day trial membership to TeamEN. You must…

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Canada Results and Testimonials

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Thirteen TeamEN athletes raced Canada last week. Below are their results, as well as a few race report excerpts and testimonials from our Race Report forum: Chris Whyte — 10:09:37,  Kona David Tall0 — 10:11:05 Tavis Yueng — 11:58:32 Wayne Young — 11:59:16 Graig Harris — 12:00:53 Barry Plaga — 12:20:53 Alessandro Commodari — 12:31:56…

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TeamEN vs Wisconsin: Meet the Team

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On September 12, 38 TeamEN athletes will put months of hard work to the test at Ironman® Wisconsin. Most notably, 22 “EN Chickas” will be racing! What started out as a bet between Coach Rich and the gals has turned into an incredible movement, complete with a Moo Jo and 10-12 male members of EN…

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IRONMAN® Wisconsin: the Complete Race Breakdown, by Endurance Nation

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Endurance Nation has a long history on the Ironman® Wisconsin course: Coach Rich raced the event in ’02, ’04, and ’11, with a PR of 10:05, has conducted 10 training camps on the course, has been on hand for the race pretty much every year, and has coached hundreds to the Wisconsin finish line.  Finally TeamEN has…

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Stacking EN Training Plans Across Your Season

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[box]Please Note: This guidance is for our 2012 or EARLIER OutSeason® Training Plans. The 2013 OutSeason® plans are 14-weeks long and do not follow this template.  [/box]Our OS Seminar and recent series in the blog have solicited several emails from training plan customers, inquiring about how to stack our plans across a season. Let’s discuss: The…

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The Off Season and the Self-Coached Athlete, Part II: The Time Investment Manager

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by Rich Strauss, Endurance Nation In Part I we discussed your role as The Coach. As a typical triathlete, this is the role you’re likely most familiar with, as you search for the latest and greatest training secrets to make you faster. But as your self-coaching instructor, I want you to take a step back…

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Louisville Complete Race Breakdown

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With Louisville just around corner, athletes competing in the event are eager to learn more about the course and how to approach race day given the unique characteristics of the event: a time trial swim start, moderately hilly bike course, and the potential for a very hot race day. Here are some additional resources for…

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ENFans: We want to give you a FREE Four Keys DVD!

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It’s been a great summer connecting with so many of you at our free Ironman USA and Wisconsin Tri-Rallies and at the races! Your gratitude has been very powerful for us, as coaches and leaders, and we have decided to significantly turn up the volume of our FREE vibe by giving every single one of you a FREE Four Keys DVD for being an ENFan!

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The Off Season and the Self-Coached Athlete, Part I: The Coach

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We are approaching that time of year when triathletes near their final races of the season and begin to ask themselves “How can I get faster next year?” We are going to share with you several Off Season lessons we’ve learned after years of coaching age group athletes, with the goal of ultimately helping you…

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Keeping Watts, or Effort, Down on Steep Hills

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We are deep in the Ironman® season and that means IMUSA, Louisville, and Wisconsin. Many athletes pre-ride these courses, to see what they are in for on race day, and more than a few times we receive this comment in the forum: “So…I rode the IMXX bike course this weekend. Per your power/heart rate guidance,…

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