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Patience & Discipline: How To Set Expectations for Performance as a Self-Coached Triathlete [Part 2 of 4]

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Now that we have envisioned your race experience and have determined your current “performance delta” — baseline fitness vs desired race day performance — it’s time to start doing some basic math.

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FREE PreSeason Training Guide for Triathletes [Download] – Start 2013 Right

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Why Do You Need A Pre-Season? Whether you prefer high volume training or the Endurance Nation Return on Investment, Quality-over-Quantity approach, we can all agree on one thing: “If you aren’t rested and ready to start training, your season will fall short of expectations.” Tweet This Quote   One of the biggest mistakes a triathlete…

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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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Four Triathlon Fundamentals Learned from Coaching Thousands of Athletes

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It’s Time to Go Back to Tri School — You Ready??? photo credit: mueritz We initially were going to title this post something like: “Everything I’ve Learned About Triathlon Has Come From Coaching Over 5,000 Athletes, Not From A Random Book”  But that wasn’t as catchy and we’re pretty sure no one would read it!…

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