Archive for September, 2011

Endurance Nation – Meet The Team: Ironman 70.3 Pocono Mountains

It’s gonna be chilly, the swim has been cancelled due to the water level and current, and it may even rain a bit.  But this won’t discourage the seven TeamEN members from running into the anticipated chaos of T1, jumping on their bikes, and making the most of race day.  In fact, the feedback from in da Haus has these folks doing a 20 minute or so run before they enter T1.  Brilliant! Read the rest of this entry

Endurance Nation – Weekly Race Report – 9/25/11

Here is the official Endurance Nation results update for the week ending on 9/25/2011.

EN had a total of  4  athletes race in a variety of races with an 67% PR rate! Congratulations to everyone — you can read the full details below.

If you’d like to join our age group members in training to be your best, please create a FREE Five Day Trial Membership here or consider purchasing Read the rest of this entry

Endurance Nation – The Ultimate Guide to the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii

photo credit: troymckaskle


Every year Endurance Nation is fortunate to have representation on the Ironman world stage. 2011 is no different with twelve athletes competing against the best in the world. But racing Kona is more than just another event; the location, history, and personal significance combine to create one of the most arduous tests of individual endurance on the planet.

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Endurance Nation – Meet The Team: Ironman 70.3 Augusta

Georgia is heating up, again, for this fast and furious TeamEN race down in Augusta.  And as they say down south, “You should never loan your tools, pick-up, gun or tri-bike to nobody.”  :-)  Have a GREAT race everyone!

Meet  a couple of our team members below.

George Smith

George Smith – Columbia, SC

Started running in 2009, biking in Jan 2010, and swimming in Read the rest of this entry

Endurance Nation – Training Plan and Membership Improvements for 2012

Rich and Patrick are committed to continuously improving the quality of the Endurance Nation triathlon training plans. They do this by combining their personal training and racing experience with the feedback and results from their training plan customers and TeamEN members.

In July, the coaches surveyed almost 1,000 training plan customers and TeamEN members asking for feedback on how to improve the Read the rest of this entry

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