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Evolution of Running within Endurance Nation, Part I

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Another Endurance Nation case study in community-driven continuous improvement As we prepare to close the doors to new members on May 1, we thought it would be valuable to discuss the evolution of our running protocol, as a demonstration of how we have worked with our community to improve our training plan products. This is…

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Florida 2010: Endurance Nation ReCap

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The following is a quick recap from IM Florida 2010 by Coach Patrick. This will become a full report later this week, as we add podcast interviews and more photos. For now you can see our pictures online via SmugMug and learn more about the weekend by cruising the official EN vs Ironman Florida site. If you like the vibe and want to explore Team EN, please become an ENFan, get a FREE Four Keys DVD and a link to create a free Five Day Trial and save $30/month on EN membership!!

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TeamEN Membership vs EN Training Plan

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One of our members describes the difference between becoming a TeamEN member vs just using one of our training plans on your own.  Much better than we ever could: Ed, My 2 cents I do >95% of my training alone – this is driven by my work and travel schedule. Some of the benefits to…

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Louisville 2010: Quick Recap

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Ironman Louisville 2010 was going to be hot. We all knew it heading into the morning, and my first step outside my condo confirmed it — Sunday was going to be a true test of execution, nutrition, and mental skills. By mid-morning the sun was in full effect and it was bearing down on the racers. Combined with the humidity, it was an evil 1-2 punch that didn’t go away until some clouds rolled in around 6pm. Riding had a slight cooling effect; but it wasn’t helpful as most folks didn’t realize just how hot it had become started running!

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IMUSA 2010 Race Report Podcast Series

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TeamEN had 30 athletes on the course last weekend. Many of them are eager to tell their stories and we present them here to you in a consolidated blog post. Be sure to check back frequently as this will be updated over the coming weeks!

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Lake Placid 2010: Quick Recap

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The 2010 edition of Ironman Lake Placid went off pretty much without a hitch. Weather reports all week suggested that it would be wet and pretty ugly. But the day actually turned out to be a pretty good day for racing. Still cool in the mornings with a couple quick showers, but the race kicked off under overcast skies with all reports pointing to a rough and pretty fast swim. People said it was brutal in the water. While the additional 800 people didn’t appear to show up so much in the photographs, they were definitely felt by the athletes in the water.

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Team EN on Twitter

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Here is another weekly installment of updates from our Team members who use Twitter. If you’d like to be considered, be sure to write really cool or witty stuff and include the hashtag “#workworks” into your tweets! Go Nation, Go!

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IMUSA Tri-Rally, Day 2: Epic Ride

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IMUSA Epic Ride '09, twas not to be this year, hopefully next! For the last couple years of doing this camp, Rich and Patrick have perfected a route that takes campers down to the crazy scenic Lake Champlain area while still getting in 85% of the IMUSA loop. Rich was looking forward to taking some…

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TOC Camp Stage 7: LA Time Trial

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Jens, the patron saint of Work WORKS!! Theme of the Day: We can rest…FINALLY!!! Summary: We sleep in, pack the bikes, watch the TT downtown and take WAY too many pictures of pro’s and sweet bikes! The Full Run Down 6 days, over 25hrs, and nearly 400 miles of riding and we are DONE!! Time…

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TOC Camp Stage 6: Palmdale to Big Bear

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Theme of the Day: “I think I may have undersold this stage…” — Coach Rich Summary: We insert ourselves into about mile 85 of Stage 6, still good enough for more than solid mileage and climbing. The campers witness the first mountain top finish in ToC history. The Full Run Down After 3 years of…

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