Endure IQ is a learning community for endurance athletes.

We’re inspired to put the powerful racing and training tools in your hands, to help yourself and others be the best they can be in their sport by encompassing performance, health and enjoyment.

Our vision is to teach the key aspects of endurance performance from a scientific perspective, with great practical application to athletes who live and breathe endurance.

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Dr. Dan Plews is an Applied Sports Scientist, Researcher and Coach. Dan is also the current age-group world record holder in Kona for the Ironman triathlon World Championship.


With his unique combination of credentials, he's seen it all and most importantly experienced it himself. With 17 years experience, he knows what separates the world's best athletes and most importantly what matters to achieve peak performance. As a researcher, you can be assured the he's basing his recommendations on scientific facts and always keeping one step ahead of the curve with the latest findings.

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The Practical Application of Low Carbohydrate Performance for Long Distance Triathlon

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Training Program Fundamentals for Long Distance Triathlon

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Optimizing Long Distance Triathlon Training and Performance in the Heat 


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MOD 1 LCHF Performance Physiology

            and Metabolic Flexibility

MOD 2 LCHF Health and Well-being

MOD 3 LCHF Fundamentals

MOD 4 Transition and Adaptation

MOD 5 LCHF and the Female Athlete

MOD 6 LCHF during Training and Recovery

MOD 7 LCHF Tapering and Racing


MOD1 Long Distance Triathlon Training Pyramid

MOD 2 Training Zones, Training Load & Physiology 

MOD 3 Training Frequency and Volume

MOD 4 Training Intensity Distribution

MOD 5 High Intensity Interval Training

MOD 6 Training Periodization

MOD 7 Specific Strength

MOD 8 Race Specific Simulation 

MOD  9 Tapering

MOD 10 Bringing it All Together 


MOD1 The Implications of Heat Stress

MOD 2 Physiology of Heat Adaption

MOD 3 Heat Adaption Protocols

MOD 4 Heat as a Training Tool

MOD 5 Cooling Strategies

MOD 6 Hydration and Electrolytes

MOD 7 Performing and Pacing in the Heat

MOD 8 Real World Challenges & Solutions