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What made you decide to compete in the Endeavor Team Challenge? Did you have any experience in these sorts of events previously? It may sound weird or […]Continue reading
A mentor of mine once told me, “our bodies are a vehicle not a prison.” I try to live with this in mind and am always looking […]Continue reading
Complacency is the enemy of growth. It’s what makes you think you’re fast enough, strong enough, or tough enough when there is still room for improvement. Complacency […]Continue reading
Close your eyes for a moment and envision your partner and yourself crossing the finish line in Bear Valley on September 9th. You have just spent the […]Continue reading
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” Most of the focus during the lead up to the Endeavor Team […]Continue reading
We think competing is awesome. But even better is competing alongside your friends. Although technically the Endeavor Team Challenge is for teams of 2, there are portions […]Continue reading
According to anecdotal evidence, the completion rate of New Year’s resolutions is close to 0%. New Year’s resolutions are made with the best intentions, but often fall […]Continue reading
Many competitors find orienteering to be the most challenging part of the Endeavor Team Challenge. Those that find it challenging likely have the least amount of experience […]Continue reading
It should be obvious that not everyone finishes the Endeavor Team Challenge. After all, it’s the Endeavor Team Challenge, not the Endeavor Team Picnic. At the 2017 […]Continue reading
Gregg and Beau Martino competed in and finished the 2015 Endeavor Team Challenge. How would you describe the Battle Drill? Beau: The Battle Drill was stuck about […]Continue reading
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