Frequently Asked Questions

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We would love for you to be a part of the Team. You can register over the phone at 800-482-8326 (TEAM) or online at

You can join with friends and family or colleagues from your company as well. A team fundraising page can be provided to make fundraising easier, though each participant is responsible for reaching their individual fundraising commitment.

Generally, the minimum age to be a teammate is 18 years old. Participants as young as 16 years may be able to participate with guardian approval and guardian presence at trainings and the event.

Definitely. You will meet new friends from the moment you join. There will be a kickoff event, fundraising events, team workouts and updates on the Sixcycle training app. In other words, you will be supported by plenty of help 24/7.

You will start your training 3 to 4 months prior to your event.

You can participate in TNT regardless of your current fitness level. Many TNT participants are first timers! You will be connected with a coach who will assign a training plan on the Sixcycle app that is based on your fitness level. We have beginners all the way to seasoned athletes, many of whom have participated in TNT multiple times. Our training plans provide sufficient time for you to get prepared for your event. Coaches will provide feedback to help you improve and reach your fitness goals.

Not necessarily. However, your coach may advise adding some cross training to improve your performance and complement what your TNT team does together.

Absolutely! There is something called run/walk. That is an option to run for a certain amount of time and then walk and continue to alternate between the two. The walk phase allows your body to recover from the run phase enabling you to go the distance.

Your coaches will give you advice on nutrition, proper hydration and tips on refueling post-workout. However, it is advisable to make good food choices while training.

Once you join, your coaches will advise you as to what you will need - for example, running shoes or workout clothes - and how to get it. If you're joining a triathlon you may need a bicycle, swimwear, etc. Once again, your coach will steer you in the right direction.

The registration fee of $100 secures your spot on the team. This amount gets credited to your fundraising account as a personal donation, which essentially jumpstarts your efforts. The amount will display on your website so friends and family see that you have already made an investment toward your goal.

Team In Training's goal is to raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), which is to find cures for blood cancers. In support of the mission, only fundraising participants are involved in training and event weekends.

To support your efforts, you will receive a fundraising website, fundraising support, a training plan for your event and access to experienced coaches. You are also connected with a local Honored Teammate.

In exchange, you will receive benefits during event weekend including race entry, race jersey and a pre-event inspiration dinner. Depending on the event and the fundraising commitment that you select, you will also receive access to a shared hotel room – and bike shipment may also be included for some events for a higher fundraising commitment.

We provide you with all the tips, tools and fundraising support to not only reach your fundraising goals, but surpass them. When registering, you will receive a fundraising page, and we provide you with an online fundraising toolkit and support.

Your fundraising page can be personalized and we can provide information on how to start an email and letter writing campaign. Most teammates raise a majority of their fundraising commitment through these efforts.

To supplement those funds, you can send fundraising emails and letters, hold local fundraisers, and leverage corporate sponsorships and matching gift programs as well. TNT is the largest endurance sports training program in the world and is set up for you to succeed!

The fundraising commitment is due two weeks prior to your event. Most teammates find their training is progressing and their fundraising is coming along nicely much earlier in the season.

Until approximately halfway through the season, if you decide that the program is not a good fit, you can drop from the team without having the obligation to reach your fundraising commitment. The funds you have raised will still go directly to the mission and you can always join us again in the future.

No one said it would be totally easy but you'll find once starting the training you'll fall into your own schedule – one that's right for you. You also have the option of virtual training that is powered by our Sixcycle training app – providing you with the ability to train on your own with virtual support from our network of coaches and a training plan for your event.

Training locations are selected based on several factors including number of teammates in the area, permits and accessibility.

If you don’t have local training in your area, you can still train virtually using the Sixcycle app. Many teammates appreciate this because they don't have to travel for trainings, while remaining connected to coaches and teammates via Sixcycle. On event weekend, everyone meets and gets to enjoy the experience together regardless of how you trained for the event.

Although you are encouraged to attend as many of the trainings as possible, it may not be possible to attend all of them. The coaches will provide you with a detailed training schedule so that you will know what to do on your own during the week and on the weekends if you miss a group session. If you are traveling, you are welcome to attend a training session at any of our chapters across the country with advance notice.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the largest voluntary health organization specifically focused on finding cures and better treatments for blood cancer patients. With the scope and scale to fund many projects at the same time, LLS supports hundreds of cancer scientists around the world.

LLS is committed to funding research to find cures for leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improving the quality of life of patients and their families. Monetary donations to LLS are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by tax laws and are invested wisely in cancer research and patient assistance.

Contact your manager or human resources team to see your organization is already connected with Team In Training – or ask if they would be willing to sponsor and consider signing up to be a team captain. From there, please call us at 800-482-TEAM (8326) to get connected with our corporate team managers.

Please call 800-482-TEAM (8326) and we will put you in contact with our sponsorship team for more information

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