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Consistent High Performance Racing

How do I race so much, race that well and not end up divorced and destitute? I use my favorite word: no.

Course Profiles & Race Recon Half Iron

Ironman 70.3 Buffalo Springs Lake

Our course profile for Ironman Buffalo Springs Lake 70.3 in Lubbock, Texas.


Up and Over

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


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.


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.


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!


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

You must have the right sized engine for your chassis.


Horses for Courses – Part I

I want to chat a little today about some of the factors that come into play to determine how different athletes will perform on different types of race courses.


Learning from Success

Jack 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.


Fast Isn’t First

At the sharp end, it’s important to understand what’s required to have your best day. It’s also essential to understand the ways that you can beat yourself.