VIDEO: Mastering Race Day - The Four Keys to Triathlon Race Execution - Part 2

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By Patrick McCrann
EnduranceNation.US

Every year thousands of triathletes spend excessive amounts of time and money on training, only to show up to the biggest race of the season with little to no plan. These athletes are consumed with the minutiae of racing (e.g. water temperatures, wind speed, transition bags) only to discover their personal race is is over long before the finish line. Coach Patrick will cover the Four Keys designed to help you eliminate the noise, focus your efforts and have the best race possible.

During this session you will learn:

  • Swimming only as fast as you can maintain your form on race day
  • How to pace and fuel on the bike
  • Learn to shift more on the hills
  • Race day pacing
  • Executing your race just like the pro's
  • Ironman Lake Placid tips
  • Should you warmup on race day?
  • Thoughts on a run/walk plan for half and Full Ironman races
  • Using a powermeter and the benefits from
  • Are heart-rate monitors useful?
  • Ironman Louisville tips
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date: May 19, 2010

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Patrick McCrann

Head coaches Rich Strauss and Patrick McCrann run Endurance Nation, a Team of 400+ triathletes who train and race half and full irondistance events across the US and around the world.

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Head coaches Rich Strauss and Patrick McCrann run Endurance Nation, a Team of 400+ triathletes who train and race half and full irondistance events across the US and around the world.

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