Endurance Hour: Strategies to Beat the Heat

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  In this video Dave and Roger discuss strategies to beat the heat while racing an Ironman triathlon.    

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Getting Back On The Bike

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It’s May and races are starting. However, many of you are way behind in training and the thought of a race makes you shake your head. ”there is no way I am ready to race right now.” Heard that before. There are plenty of legitimate reasons for being in this situation however, the question is, What…

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Endurance Hour #132, Luke Tyburski, The Ultimate Triathlon: Morocco to Monaco

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Endurance Hour Podcast #132 In this episode a special guest, Luke Tyburski joins Dave from London to talk Ultramarathon Running in Nepal, Natural Food Cooking, his Ultimate Triathlon challenge in October (2000 km in 12 days) and much, much more.

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Endurance Hour #130 Video Podcast with Dave Erickson and Roger Thompson

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Endurance Hour Podcast #130 In this episode Dave and Roger talk Entry level bikes, Indoor Bike Trainer Workouts, Cycling Drills, Cycling bibs vs. Cycling shorts, Ironman Transition Bags, Anaerobic Threshold Training, Timex Ironman ONE GPS+, Facebook feedback and lots of other awesome stuff.  

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11 Triathlon Training Mistakes that Triathletes Make

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Have you ever wondered why triathlon training sometimes never seems to make you faster? Perhaps you’re at a plateau, or even seeing increasingly worse race times or performances. Maybe you just wrapped up the last season, and you simply feel like you didn’t perform as well as you could have. If this describes you, then…

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5 Ways to Get More Distance Per Stroke

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As I left the pool today, my swimming technique became very apparent to me. When I was younger, I was a competitive swimmer and distance per stroke wasn’t as important as speed and turnover rate. Now as a triathlete, that isn’t the case. As you know, you aren’t sprinting just 100 yards and stopping, but…

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10 Most Common Bicycle Fitting Myths

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Over the years, I have heard my share of bicycle fitting myths. It’s hard not to be succumbed to them with the internet hosting blogs and videos on ‘how to fit your bike’ by any person out there. By understanding these misconceptions about bike fitting, you can learn how to avoid things that could be…

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How to Draft Effectively in the Swim

Do you want to swim faster with less effort?  Do you want to exit a triathlon swim fresh and ready for the bike?  Do you want to focus less on navigating all over the course, and more on looking for fishies while you swim?  If so, draft! Drafting in a triathlon swim is something ALL…

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How to Get Yourself Motivated

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  How does one find the internal motivation to push through obstacles, and achieve goals? Where does real motivation come from, and how to create it? A few weeks ago, I was at a personal development conference in San Diego designed to help entrepreneurs spread their message to a broader audience and up-level their businesses.…

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4 Simple Tips for Faster Bike Split

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As beginner triathletes or first time Ironman athletes we tend to get intimidated by the distance that we will have to cover on race day. Training rides often times become about beating our own personal records in regards to the distance and simply trying to survive the planned milage. Here are four training tips to…

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