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Why Not Me?

Hopefully this hits home for many in taking a chance.

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Good Luck in Kona!

Good luck to our team racing at the 2016 Ironman World Championships!

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Be a Great Competitor, Not Overly Competitive

What leads athletes to knowingly break the rules and cheat to reach a goal? I think the answer is a bit of ego and being overly competitive.

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Bridging Ironmans Redux

Recently, I decided to race back-to-back Ironmans across a 21-day time period: Ironman Canada-Whistler and Ironman Mont-Tremblant in Quebec; finishing 3rd and 2nd respectively.

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Up and Over

If you are a triathlete, chances are you have raced on some hilly courses.

Lifestyle Racing

Learning from Success

In 2003, I had a chance to hear Jack Daniels speak at a swimming clinic. Daniels is a favorite of the coaches here at Endurance Corner and we model much of our physiological approach based on what we’ve learned from him.

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Horses for Courses – Part III: Race Selection Based on Body Type

Now is the time of year that athletes are filling in their calendars and deciding what races will occupy their next season.

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Go Fast When the Race Is Slow – (Another) Case Study

As a follow up to my last article on putting the “go fast when the race is slow” strategy into practice, I was asked by one of the guys to offer thoughts on how effective his own pacing strategy was in that race.

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Go Fast When the Race is Slow – A Case Study

A bit of a departure from my series on flexibility this week to indulge one of my guilty pleasures: Power File Analysis!

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Horses for Courses – Part II: Are You a Thoroughbred or a Draft Horse?

You must have the right sized engine for your chassis.