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EN “Teacher Workdays”

Patrick McCrann

Endurance Nation “Teacher Workdays” While you may understand that a lot of hard work goes into being a triathlon coach, it is just as hard to keep a triathlon coaching business moving forward. In addition to the weekly team meetings we have inside Endurance Nation, we recently added what our Marketing Director, Mariah, affectionaly calls…

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#ENTriChat — How to Plan your Race Season

Coach P

  #ENTriChat — How to Plan your Race Season  With Sponsor — Revolution3 Triathlon What IS a Twitter Chat? A Twitter chat is where a group of Twitter users meet at a predetermined time to discuss a certain topic, using a designated hashtag(#) for each tweet contributed.  Imagine a business networking event—but without a dress…

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Top 5 Articles of 2015

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  As 2015 is in our rear view mirror and 2016 is full of exciting promises, it is only natural to reflect. It has been an honor to provide the endurance community with new in sites, articles and tips on how to become a better athlete, for that, we thank you! Here is our Top…

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Case Study: Edwin Croucher M50-54

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  This post is part of our regular Case Study series, where we highlight some of the great people that are a part of Team Endurance Nation. Our members are all ages, all abilities…and they are all awesome! We hope you enjoy learning about us. Feel free to surf the blog or to create a…

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Coach Patrick's 2015 Ironman Hawaii Race Report

Coach P

The Short Version: 10:02, good enough for 60th AG (new personal best!) and my third best time here on the Big Island — but my most complete race (finally, in my 7th attempt here)! Thanks to all of you for your support, well-wishes and more…no way I could ever do this on my own. Biggest props goes to my amazing wife and daughters who were everywhere on race day with smiles, high-fives and more!

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

Coach P

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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[CASE STUDY] Matt Aaronson (M 35-39)

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[box]This post is part of our regular Case Study series, where we highlight some of the great people that are a part of Team Endurance Nation. Our members are all ages, all abilities…and they are all awesome! We hope you enjoy learning about us. Feel free to surf the blog or to create a Free Seven Day…

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[CASE STUDY] Stephen Beyer (M45-49)

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  [box]This post is part of our regular Case Study series, where we highlight some of the great people that are a part of Team Endurance Nation. Our members are all ages, all abilities…and they are all awesome! We hope you enjoy learning about us. Feel free to surf the blog or to create a Free Seven…

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2014 Coeur d’Alene Race Report & Podcast: Peter Noyes rocks his first Ironman with 11:11:xx!

Coach P

Peter Noyes’ 2014 Coeur d’Alene Race Report Total: 11:11:37 Swim: 1:23 Bike: 6:05 Run: 3:32 Overall rank of 213 and division rank of 36 (M30-34) Long Version: I had a great first Ironman. My overall goal was to have a good run which I did. I really wanted to be around 3:30 so 3:32 is…

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