Our Fall Season of Team In Training is just about to start, and you know what that means – Info Meeting time! We’ve made a few changes to the TNT program, so stop by a local info meeting near you to find out more about our exciting Fall line-up of events!
Why should you join? Well, we could give you all the reasons – to get in shape, to give back, to be a part of something bigger than yourself, to help find a cure for cancer, to do something extraordinary…the list goes on and on. But don’t just take our word for it. Listen to our past participants, check out a no obligation information meeting, and then decide for yourself.
Why should you join Team In Training?
“If you have never joined TNT, you are missing out! The people you meet will become friends for a lifetime. As a manager, I would say we train you well for any event, but as a past participant and Honoree, I know what we are really doing is giving you the confidence to achieve your goals for yourself.” – Christine Gimelli, honoree, team manager, and TNT participant
“The best thing about TNT is that it works. From every vantage point, it is a very well-planned program. The friendship aspect is great. The training is excellent and tests many people’s limited visions of what they can achieve. And, of course, the money you are raising makes a big difference. As one of my coaches always says, “Just show up!” – Jean-Frederic Aboudarham, TNT participant
“There is no better way to train for your first Century than TNT. The training is excellent, the support is top-notch, and the friends you make can last a lifetime. Having a group of people that you ride with regularly is a real joy.” – Jim Brady, cycle team participant and honoree
“Do it! You’ll love the experience. They train you well and will take such good care of you, especially on event weekend! You’ll make so many friends and have so much fun training. While you’re doing this you’ll also be helping to save lives and helping to find cures for blood cancers.” – Karen Landon, honoree and long-time TNT participant
“I think the best part of TNT is that it’s an amazing combination of making a difference in the world and changing your life. As part of Team in Training, I have had the privilege of witnessing other people accomplishing something that they thought was previously not possible for them, and that is just as gratifying for me as crossing a finish line.” – Kelli King, TNT participant