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How Not to Superhero this OutSeason

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It’s a long hard journey to the top. But you don’t have to make it alone. photo credit: Leszek.Leszczynski As a community of age group athletes, Endurance Nation has a unique problem to solve. What athletes are searching for endurance excellence, but this needs to be tempered with existing commitments to family, work and beyond.…

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Racing Proud: The Gray Area between Completing and Competing

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P talks about the mindset difference between COMPLETERS and COMPETERS, both of whom will do an event but will approach it with different mindsets. How do you identify? Can you learn from another mindset if you are more aligned with a…

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Spring Cleaning – Early Season Training Adjustments

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P dives into Spring Training. One of the most important parts of being a successful endurance athlete is being able to adjust. Training, like life, is nothing more than a series of unplanned events coming at you at full speed requiring you…

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Episode #649: Where Does One Season End and Another Begin?

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P discusses the nuances of successfully “ending” a season. Starting a season is easy…but ending can be ugly. And the grey area between the two is full of POTENTIAL! Tune in to hear why Endurance Nation athletes use our Run Durability Program (RDP) to…

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Episode #619 – Annual Recap Exercise for Endurance Athletes

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P breaks down how to recap your season to capture what you’ve accomplished this year, and how to use that information to make sense of your upcoming year. Most athletes measure their year by performance in individual events or workouts. But success…

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Patience & Discipline: How To Set Expectations for Performance as a Self-Coached Triathlete [Part 1 of 4]

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Yes, this is as hard as it looks. Crushing the Lake Placid marathon. Endurance excellence is an annual journey — repeated and improved — over time, that leads to fitness, confidence, experience and performance. The next time you are watching some one race a triathlon, really race, take a moment to watch how they move.…

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Triathlon Season Planning: How EN preps you for Texas

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When you become a team member with TeamEN, you immediately become a part of the team. With that membership comes a wealth of information for carrying out your Ironman® triathlon training. We want you to understand why joining TeamEN is the best thing you can do for your triathlon performance, and how Coaches Rich and…

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Endurance Nation and the 2013 Long Course Triathlon Season

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Coach Patrick McCrann at Ironman® Kona   Endurance Nation trains age-group triathletes looking to excel at triathlon. You have a job, a family and lots of stuff going on…and you want to be a triathlete — we can help. Our time-efficient methodology and focus on quality over quantity means less training hours without sacrificing speed.…

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How to Build A Triathlon Season With No Racing?

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A view of the Ironman® Coeur d' Alene Swim Course From time to time, the Endurance Nation coaches field questions on Facebook, Twitter or via the Support Tab on our Training Plan FAQ page. We reserve the right to share this information if we believe it could be beneficial to the at-large triathlon community! “Rich…

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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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