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6 Marathon Training Tips to Keep Your Fall Training Plans on Track

When talking with seasoned endurance runners it’s common to hear how fall is their favourite season for marathon training. The cooler temperatures, bucolic scenery, and fewer crowds on trails can be a welcome experience for runners. Especially in comparison with the heat and bustle of the summer.  To take full advantage of autumn’s great weather …

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5 Key Factors to Selecting the Right Triathlon Bike

Competing in endurance cycling events, such as an Ironman triathlon or road race, requires an athlete to be dedicated to their training program. It also requires the athlete to have access to the right tools and the right equipment. And, for triathlon athletes, this means investing in a bicycle designed for use in triathlon competitions. …

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Why Endurance Athletes Benefit From INSCYD Performance Testing

Training for an endurance event, such as a triathlon, is no small feat. It requires dedication to a difficult sport and for the endurance athlete to be committed to a training plan. Athletes in training inevitably develop a close relationship with their bodies and can often identify their natural and unique cues. But sometimes, when …

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How to Overcome Unexpected Endurance Training Setbacks

Experiencing an endurance training setback, such as developing a common running injury or unexpected change in employment, is frustrating. And, unfortunately, when unforeseen delays do occur, they may throw a training program’s trajectory off course. However, when training for a high-level sporting event – such as a marathon or triathlon, for example – setbacks are …

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First Time Triathletes Should Invest in Triathlon Coaching Services

Training for your first triathlon is a big undertaking. It requires dedication towards three endurance sports at a significant level – swimming, cycling, and running. And, if you’re considering competing at an Ironman event, the commitment required and endurance levels for those races are much higher than the standard Olympic distances. Without previous endurance race …

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How Cycling Training Leads to Faster Endurance Running Times

Faster endurance running times are often achieved more easily when cross-training strategies are part of the training program. By adding different types of physical training, like cycling and swimming, it allows runners to improve their overall performance without adding unnecessary impact load to joints.  Why a runner should want to increase their running speed is …

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B78 Endurance Hub is a go

We’ve been busy coaching, training, and building! We’ve created a B78 Endurance Hub so people can access intel, training programs, and strength programming all in one place. Members of the B78 Endurance Hub will have access to weekly master classes. Every week we will release a new master class on a range of topics that …

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Be Consistent

The most significant thing you can do if you want to crush your goals in 2018 is to make a commitment to consistency. This might sound easy but consistency can be hard for some athletes because it requires daily attention to the work. True consistency means you are willing to get the work done even …

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Race More. Race Shorter.

If you want to be a better competitor, get on more start lines. Mental toughness and grit have to be earned by putting yourself on the line with frequency. Even if long distance racing is your focus, race short and race more.

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