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Ann Halenkamp set a PR of 1:48:38, which placed her...

10.20.14

Roger finished a TOUGH Silverman course (Henderson...

10.6.14

Jenny Clark, Paula Rawlings, and Karen Reider...

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Aleta led the first half of the female race at the...

10.5.14

If you are interested in taking your athletic performance to the next level - whether that next level is beginning a training program for the first time, improving your personal best time, winning your age group, or turning professional - you came to the right place.

Joe Company, PhD is an experienced coach and experienced athlete.  He applies sports science as well as his personal experiences as a coach and athlete to customize training programs for all abilities of athletes.  Joe's mission is make your training and racing experience as rewarding as possible. The goal is to help you become a healthy, successful, complete athlete by providing a training plan that helps you reach your goals while maintaining balance in your life.

In addition to custom training plans, Joe offer laboratory bike and run VO2max and lactate testing as well as 'field testing' for bike power. These tests allow unparalleled optimization of your training plan.

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Katie Diehl on Ironman.com

ECo athlete athlete Katie Diehl is going for Ironman #14 this year at Kona. She has been with ECo since September, 2013. Ironman.com featured Katie on their website as one of the Ironman Legacy athletes. Enjoy!

12 week Roots n Blues ½ marathon and 10k training program.

Join us for a fun, challenging 12-week training program specific to the Roots n Blues ½ marathon and 10k races.  Our goal is to get you to the starting line healthy, fit, and ready to have a great race!  The training program is free with your Roots n Blues race entry and is suitable for all ability levels from beginner to advanced runners. 

Free Speed?!?

When I began running longer distances, I learned that elite distance runners had a cadence of 90-95 foot-strikes/minute.  Since I came from a sprinting background, leg turnover wasn't an issue, but it was a challenge for me to keep my cadence at ~90 for longer runs.  It took practice, but I after a while, I was able to adapt ~90 strides per minute as a comfortable, relaxing running cadence.  But, at certain times of the year, I tried to bump that number up a little bit. 

2014 Team ECo Quincy Camp

Prepare yourself for the summer racing season with a triathlon-focused training weekend Memorial Day Weekend, May 24-26.

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We have 3 challenging bike rides scheduled plus a swim clinic, an 1-mile 'open water' pool swim, and a transition clinic. 

KEY WORKOUT: Old Plank Hill Repeats

Old Plank Hill repeats are a staple workout I prescribe in to athletes in Columbia.  This workout helps improve bike strength and allows for higher power output, which ultimately translates to power on the flats.  For those of you who live in areas with mountains, realize that this is about as long of a climb as we have in Central Missouri…

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