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Treating Work Like Your Workouts

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The Catch: The Unscheduled Athlete Gets No Training Time In this week’s episode

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Mike Robets heading to the Tulsa Finish

Seven Reasons Endurance Nation Athletes Succeed without Expensive Coaching

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Contrary to what you’ve been told, it’s possible to have a breakthrough race and earn a Kona slot without spending thousands of dollars on a customized training experience.

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Matt Limbert Crushing Gravel

New Gravel Enduro Plan for 6-hour to 10-hour events

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  We’re very pleased to announce a brand new gravel training plan for Endurance Nation members. Over the past two years, more and more of our members have been tackling these new off-road challenges. It’s about time that we had a training plan specifically to prepare them for this level of adventure. Take the Good…

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Kori Maximizes Training Time for Great Ironman Results

Ironman Triathlete Eliminates Junk Miles to a 25 Minute PR! [A Case Study]

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Kori Crushes the Competition at the Hincapie Gran Fondo Blessed Life Means Little Training Time I have a very full life, having been blessed with three beautiful children, a firefighter husband, and a busy career in the engineering field. Maximizing my daily window of opportunity to train is crucial to my success as a competitive…

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Pat Morton at Leadville 100 MTB

How Teammates Keep You Focused to Tackle Your Leadville Goals

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Starting with Preparation for an IronMan I wanted to maintain some of my run fitness while training for a 9 hour Mountain Bike Race because I was signed up for an IronMan later in the year. We used the Run Durability Training Plan Layered on top of The Mountain Bike Marathon plan. It kept my…

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That Finish Line Feeling at Ironman World Championships

Train Smarter this Winter and Dominate Next Season

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The Journey to ^this^ Finish Line Starts in October…  Each Endurance Nation OutSeason® Training Plan combines our focus on Quality Training with a commitment to Early Season Consistency.  The result? In just fourteen weeks you will build an incredible bike and run fitness, setting the tone for the remainder of your season. Over the past…

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Refocusing Your Race Preparation Training

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P talks about how to refocus your in-season training as your race gets closer. Key Talking Points Changing your paces/intensity plan Adjust training time for race equivalent workouts Staying on target with your actual race goals Additions Thanks for listening to…

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Your One-Stop Endurance Training Data Solution: Final Surge

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  Training for any endurance adventure takes time, money and patience to understand the best ways to execute the plan. There can be lots of data to look over, but sometimes, convenience is top of the list. Imagine having just the right amount of data, with the ease of an online and mobile app, having…

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2018 Full Iron-Distance Triathlon Plans (On Sale Thru 2/15/18)

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  Use the Code 2018FULL50 to Save 50% on the EN*Full Plans Thru 2/15/18! **Click Here to Shop Now** Our Endurance Nation Full Training Plans are the perfect combination of Volume and Key Workouts. You’ll follow the progression to race day, using our included Resources to get smarter as you get stronger. The result? In…

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First Triathlon Infographic

5 Big Picture Ways to Cruise Through Your First Sprint Triathlon (Bonus Infographic)

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You can avoid some of the most basic triathlon challenges with better planning. Here are five ways to make sure your first triathlon is a stepping stone to a full on multisport addiction. It doesn’t have to be much harder than this!!! 1. Include Swim/Bike and Bike/Run Workouts Not every workout counts the same towards your race.…

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