Mental Toughness Part 2: What’s Holding You Back?

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 […]

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Mental Toughness Part 1: Excellence is a habit

“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 […]

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Refer Friends and Earn $$

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 […]

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Less Talk, More Action

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 […]

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Navigating with Terrain Features

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 […]

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Improve your chances of finishing

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 […]

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How to Prepare for the Unknown

“In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower Maybe you’ve registered for the 2018 Endeavor […]

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How to Maximize your off-season Training

If the Endeavor Team Challenge is the pinnacle of your fitness events for the year, right now is your off-season. As such, your training should reflect this […]

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Through the Eyes – Gregg and Beau Martino, the Battle Drill

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 […]

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Type 2 Fun

Prevailing wisdom generally classifies fun into a few categories – the first two of which are relevant to most people (any more than 2 and you’re getting […]

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