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One Training Hack to Rule Them All: The Weekly Recap

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) as he discusses the importance of a Weekly Recap session as part of your training plan. A shorter feedback loop will allow you to set more relevant, specific goals…and keep you on track! Specific talking points include: The fallacy of black swan changes to your fitness or speed/strength…

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Vacation Planning for Endurance Athletes

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) as he discusses how to handle the Vacation vs Race-cation dilemma that many endurance athletes struggle with. Specific talking points include: Spousal approval units Active destination Shuffling your training around Thanks for listening to this Endurance Nation podcast…find more online here. Prefer to Watch the Show? Follow Endurance Nation…

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The OutSeason and Winter Endurance Training

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us) for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P dives into the value behind winter training as a tool for building a fantastic season. Key Talking Points include: – Why Winter Training Can Make Such a Difference – The Value of Intensity in the Winter – Top Three Winter Mistakes…

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Why You Don’t Run As Much As You Think, and How to Fix It

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One of the biggest issues that endurance athletes face is overreaching. Simply doing too much has the potential for devastating consequences. This is something that everyone knows, but not everyone does. It is a lesson that takes years to learn and is usually a path wrought with injury and setback. But it doesn’t have to…

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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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The Year of the Half (Get Stronger, Faster and Have More Fun)

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The Half Iron distance is the most underrated event in the triathlon world. There’s a gap between what beginners do at the Sprint and Olympic distance level, and then what the most advanced folks do at the Ironman® level. The 70.3®  distance falls right in between these two and is often overlooked. In this blog post, I’ll cover…

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The Best Way to Add a Fall Marathon (Type A Triathlete Edition)

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At the end of every year the average triathlete faces a unique question: should I run a Fall marathon? Unfortunately most triathletes don’t appreciate the full cost of what doing a Fall marathon means. A marathon seems inconsequential as compared to their prior training. And the reward seems high – their friends will like them…

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Season Planning 101 – The Southern Hemisphere Edition

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Author’s Note: This article is part of the Down Under Series focusing on athletes in the Southern Hemisphere (And expats in the Middle East!) who are currently in the winter training months. Athletes can save on our OutSeason® Plans in the EN Plan Store with the code DownUnder20 now until 8/31/2016. Use code “DownUnder20” to Save…

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Beginner Ironman Section 1.2 – Your Ironman Budget

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This article is part of a new beginner’s series. Click here to find more articles from this series. Now that you’ve picked your race, it’s time to talk about your budget. If you’re like any normal triathlete, you just click the submit button after entering your credit card information and a tiny voice in the…

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Winter Weather Wrecking Your Workouts?

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Regardless of where you live, or the environment in which you train, I can guarantee that the four seasons will bring a level of difficulty to your training that was unanticipated when you started. Here’s how you can realistically continue to stay and build build fitness as you deal with the changing weather conditions.

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