Applicant must have joined a multisport event (triathlon, duathlon or aquathlon) and liked the experience. Expectation is that applicant is into the sport for the long haul.
Applicant must believe in the team motto, mission, vision and values.
“Ordinary people doing extra-ordinary things. ”
2. How do I apply for membership with Endure?
Applicant may approach or communicate with any member of Endure. He or she will then be invited to join the Team in any of its training schedules. The idea is for both applicant and the Team to know one another. After several training sessions, an applicant is formally invited and inducted into the Team by the Board if there is commonality of goals and values.
3. How do I maintain my membership status with Endure?
Regular Members are expected to train with the team in any of its swims, rides, runs, or race events on a regular basis – ideally weekly, normally monthly, at the minimum quarterly. The Team gives consideration to members permanently or temporarily based in the provinces or overseas.
Regular Members are expected to compete in at least 2 races a year – one event deemed major by the team, another event of the member’s choosing.
Members who opt for a temporary break from training or competing on account of work or personal circumstances may apply for temporary Non-Regular Status. The Non-regular member retains the Team association and the communication links to the Team via Facebook and Yahoogroup, but may not be included nor prioritized in the distribution of membership privileges or perks like sponsorship deals or discounts.
Application Form : ENDURE Multisport Application Form
What is Project Training Wheels? Project Training Wheels is a learn to bike program for interested team members and friends. The Project teaches you balancing, bike handling, confidence-building, and the all-important emergency repair skills. Timmy's testimony about Project Training Session #1 … [...]
The Endure Blackberry-Aquathlon (EB-A) was for beginners transitioning into multisport. The EB-A also attracted experienced triathlon teams which made the event truly dynamic and exciting. ENDURE-BlackBerry Aquathlon March 12, 2011 Filinvest 2, Batasan Hills,Quezon City With weekend foot races routinely held every week in the metro, runners have begun looking for different ways to experience their favorite sport, especially as the heat of summer kicks in. What better way than through … [...]
By Philippides Cayetano
Last December 2012, I finished my first road ultramarathon – Tagaytay 2 Nasugbu 50km run, together with Melvin Pangan. After that, I eagerly waited for my next ultramarathon.
This year, The North Face 100 ultra series opened up their registration. My wife Arzen and I signed up for it. Bold enough (madness as you call it), I filled up the registration form and joined the 50km category, while Arzen registered for 11km, since this will be her first official run race after giving birth.
As a mountaineer, climbing, hiking and running on rugged terrains were a familiar thing to us, so we kind of have a substantial confidence level in joining this race.
June 13, 2013
Tri Essentials: A Complete Race Nutrition Plan
by Jene Shaw (original post at http://triathlete-europe.competitor.com)
Nutrition is key to becoming an overall healthy triathlete, but it becomes even more important on race day for fueling performance, avoiding GI issues and recovering from your efforts. Follow this sample menu, suggested by nutrition and performance coach Krista Austin, Ph.D., for guidelines on how to eat on race day. You will want to test-run your nutrition/meals during training so there are no surprises. A cardinal rule in triathlon: Don’t do or try anything new on race day.
Swimming goggles are practically important part of your swimming gear. It protects your eyes from damage and see where you are going. There are lots of styles of swimming goggles, so consider the fit when you are buying. Swim caps are worn in order to protect loose hairs which fall from the scalp of swimmers who are not wearing a cap. Competitive swim caps are made of … [...]
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