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  • Committed adventure training business presentation final

    1. 1. Committed Adventure Training<br />
    2. 2. Committed Adventure Training Summary<br />Committed Adventure Training is an alternative health and wellness service. <br />Building Physical Fitness<br />Follow a 5 month periodized training program focusing on mountain biking, trail running, kayaking, rope skills, and core exercises<br />Improving Your Diet<br />Develop a lifestyle of healthy habits to manage weight and maximize physical performance by eating a high nutrient diet<br />Strengthening Team Dynamics<br />Participants will work together in a team environment learning to problem solve, work with different abilities, and strategize on what is the best way to cross the finish line<br />Committing to the Committed Lifestyle<br />The vision of Committed Adventure Training is to provide an opportunity to live a “Committed Lifestyle.” <br />The Committed Lifestyle is a support network that offers opportunities to improve health through<br />outdoor activity’s and unique education clinics . <br /> The tool that Committed Adventure Training uses to improve health is Adventure Racing. We will prepare participants to race a long a course using mountain bikes, kayaks, trail running/trekking, and rappelling in any random order that was determined by plotting Check Points on a map. Participants will use the expertise of Committed Adventure Training staff to teach them the skills necessary to accomplish the race and develop a lasting lifestyle of physical activity and good nutrition.<br />
    3. 3. Lifestyle vs Program<br />The “COMMITTED LIFESTYLE”<br />To live the 7 healthy principles everyday.<br /> 1. Eat 4 fruits and 4 Servings of Vegetables each day<br /> 2. Drink 64 oz of water each day<br /> 3. Take supplements that are food based<br /> 4. Drink nourishing fluids<br /> 5. Take a moment each day to express gratitude<br /> 6. Exercise 3-5 times a week<br /> 7. Avoid processed foods for a period of time<br />To participate in outdoor activities. These activities are the motive for vibrant health.<br />
    4. 4. Adventure RacingComing together, Sharing together, Working together, Succeeding together<br />Adventure racing is a team of 2 or 4 persons that will travel along a course of checkpoints that are located using UTM (longitude and latitude) coordinates on provided map. Teams will race along the course using mountain bikes, kayaks, trail running/trekking, and rappelling in any random order. Teams race the entire course together ... it is not a relay event.<br />
    5. 5. Why Adventure Racing? Adventure Racing will be your doable “MT Everest”. <br />Gives focus to life<br />Motive to live a certain lifestyle<br />Physically challenging<br />Mentally challenging<br />Unite with colleagues<br />Family Support <br />Improve health<br />Improve nutrition habits<br />Learn the foundational nutrition skills for all endurance racing<br />A personal historic moment<br />Be inspired<br />Learn something new <br />Lose weight<br />Gain confidence<br />
    6. 6. Service Includes<br />5 months training<br />2 education clinics and team building exercises per month<br />2 weekend workouts per month<br />High nutrient multivitamin and recovery shake<br />Sport nutrition samples – customized fuel protocol<br />Heart Rate Monitors – upgrades available<br />Hydration packs<br />Instruction: Rappelling and ropes, kayaking, mountain biking<br />Dress Rehearsal – Practice on a previous or similar course<br />Race registration assistance<br />Accountability consultations<br />
    7. 7. Participants Responsibility<br />Weekly report of training and progress<br />Follow training program<br />Time Commitment is 1-2 hours on weekdays and 3-6 hours on weekends<br />Team development<br />Work out with team members<br />Be prepared with gear necessary for training<br />Pay and register for race<br />
    8. 8. Training<br />All team workouts will be outside, weather permitting, or at a local gym.<br />Team work outs are not guided trips. They are an organized work outs. Participants are responsible for their own safety. Please understand your risk.<br />Each week a training program will be emailed with indoor and outdoor options.<br />Training commitment – we have developed the program for a busy person. Participants will need to devote 1 hour each day and then 3-6 hours on the weekends<br />
    9. 9. Clinics<br />All clinics will be held at business location during a specified time. Mornings before work, lunch, or after work<br />Clinics will be ½ -1 hour long. If there is time we will do a short training work out<br />
    10. 10. Clinics<br />Team dynamics<br />Training Periodization<br />HR zones<br />Sport Nutrition<br />Health Nutrition<br />Weight Loss and cutting<br />First aid and emergency care <br />Bike fitting, repair, and clothing<br />UTM plotting and Orienteering<br />Race Strategies<br />Race Scenarios<br />Carbo Loading<br />Race Week Prep<br />
    11. 11. Cost <br />Private<br />Down payment- $200<br />4Monthly payments of $200<br />With Spouse<br />Down payment and first month payment - $400<br />4 Monthly payments of $300<br />Additional Costs<br />Racing supplements <br />Substrate - $35<br />Gel – $15<br />Vitalerbs - $10<br />Equipment – Biking, running, kayaking, rappelling <br />Race fee <br />Accommodations for race and for dress rehearsal<br />
    12. 12. Investment for a Lifestyle<br />Committed Adventure Training is providing an opportunity to live a healthy lifestyle. This is not about participating in a program and then you are done. This is about committing to a lifestyle of vibrant health, rooted nutrition, and passionate activity.After finishing this service you will have the opportunity to participate in “Committed Lifestyle” and continue to use your fitness in additional races and adventure activities, and continue to improve your nutrition.<br />
    13. 13. Committed Lifestyle Membership <br />.<br />Participate in trainings for additional races<br />Participate in outdoor gratitude trips<br />Use personal training service once a week<br />Discounts on race supplementation<br />Participate in Fitness challenges<br />Use nutritional coaching service<br />Nutrition clinics and webinars<br />Receive 1 Cleanse for Life and 1 IsaLean Shake<br />
    14. 14. Race DatesRace dates are determined by race director. Dates are subject to change. Committed Adventure Training is not affiliated with race directors.<br />Gravity Play Moab 12 hour race<br />Race is last weekend of March 2011<br />Training begins October 1st 2010<br />
    15. 15. Steps to Sign Up<br />Fill out paper work<br />Health Questionnaire – must be approved<br />Understand Liability and Risk<br />Credit Card Authorization – Charged 1st of every month<br />Understand Refund Policy<br />Review Calendar and understand time commitment<br />Review Equipment list, understand investment<br />Authorize down payment<br />