May 27, 2022
What: Join us for 48 hours of type-two fun!
When: Friday May 27th @ 8pm EDT to Sunday May 29th @ 5pm EDT!
What started as a response to thousands of canceled events during the pandemic has turned into an annual experience. It’s simply part of the Endurance Nation ethos.
We decided to create an event that would give endurance athletes a chance to connect online and boost their fitness. We created a unique format with “relaxed” rules to make this event as accessible as possible to athletes of all abilities.
The goal here is to challenge your aerobic endurance with micro-doses of training over the course of 48 hours. We’ll do as much of this “together” as possible using Discord and a Strava group. By the end of the challenge you will have been active across 24, 36 or 48-hours depending on the level you have chosen.
Participants will complete an hour of endurance exercise (usually cycling and running) for one hour, every four hours, for their chosen duration.
1 💥: 24-Hour Cycle, 6 hours of training.
Six hours doesn’t sound so bad until you realize you do it in 24 hours starting on Friday night…you’ll be done before the second night, but you’ll be feeling that fatigue for sure. Your choice of sports, but obviously the timing will have to work out (no midnight swimming please!!!).
2 💥💥: 36-Hour Cycle, 9 hours of training.
Nine hours puts you right in the mix of it. Miserable enough you did more than six and close enough to twelve that you might as well do it. Are you kidding those folks are insane! Starting Friday night, you’ll finish early enough on Sunday to make it to church. Or that family outing. Or to sleep all day. 🤣
3 💥💥💥: 48 Hour Cycle, 12 hours of training.
The full monty. The adventure of Friday night training is gone by the second evening…and what’s left isn’t enough to make you forget just how much the sessions on Sunday are hurting your soul. Pacing, nutrition, and rest is key to be able to go the distance. And lots of music. And power napping
Since 2007 we have been helping age group athletes achieve their endurance goals through coaching, community and education. Led by Coach Patrick McCrann, 30-time Ironman finisher including 11 Kona Qualifications, TeamEN continues blaze a path forward for athletes in all disciplines from triathlon to ultra running to gravel cycling and unique enduro events.
“Current events have taken a significant personal toll on people across the globe, and athletes are no exception. Being active and fit is an expression of who we are, and finding a safe place to train and connect with our peers is very important. We are super excited to host UltraMay for multisport athletes from around the globe looking to replace a race or training camp. Anyone can join in the fun…the more, the better!”
8:00pm Kick Off Run
12:00 am Bike on Zwift | 07:00 am Run Inside or Out | 08:00 am Bike on Zwift | 12:00 pm Run Inside or Out | 7:00 pm Bike on Zwift | 8:00 pm Run Inside or Out
07:00 am Run Inside or Out | 08:00 am Bike on Zwift | 3:00 pm Run Inside or Out | 4:00 pm Bike on Zwift
No, everyone participates on their own.
No, but you need to do a total of 6 x 1 hour bikes and 6 x 1 hour runs.
No. You have four hours to complete each session. So if there's a 4am run, you have until 8am (the start of the next block) to get the run done. Plan wisely!