2. Preparing To Trainn
THANK YOU for submitting your initial self-evaluation and adventure registration form.
Now that you are registered and getting your mind ready to hike in Hawaii, we want to immediately settle any misgivings or nervousness you may have about taking on such a daunting task. First, you will be with a team of like-minded hikers who are here to support a cause you mutually love. Secondly, while the mountains and valleys of Hawaii are beautiful places, they can be dangerous too. So, we are going to do our best to be sure you are safe and sound, every step of the way. We have implemented a well-proven program that will challenge the most seasoned hikers yet provide access to a fun and relaxing adventure for those who chose that option.
Preparing To Train For iConquer Honolulu Hiking Adventure
The first 4-Pages of this guide contain important information that will help get you started on one of the best experiences of your life. Read each page carefully and do not hesitate to contact your regional representative or iConquer if you have any questions or comments.
From now until the end of your
adventure, you will hear a few
statements from us, over and over.
The reason is that they are
important to you and to all those
The first thing you will hear a lot is,
THANK YOU! The iConquer team and
our non-profit partner organizations
are committed to making this an
adventure and experience you will
remember for a lifetime. We will do
everything in our power to create a
rewarding, fun and safe adventure for
you every step of the way.
The second words or phrase you will
hear frequently - Safety, Safely &
Our number one priority is clear. The
iConquer team has led many walking
and hiking adventures and we have
maintained an impeccable safety
record. We are proud of not only this record, but in the risk management programs that we developed and operate in conjunction with our resident teams in all of the venues we serve. You can read more about them on the following pages.
The last item you will hear often is the word "TEAM"! During your training and while you are on-site during your adventure, we ask that you always keep in mind that you are on a team. Sometimes it is a team of just two people on a training hike together. Sometimes it's a larger group hike, training clinic or fundraising event. In both cases you will be part of a team comprised of people just like you who have raised money in support of this mission.
Keep in mind that while you are hiking with Conquer The Canyon, or an iConquer series hike, you probably won't be the fastest or slowest. Our hikes are never about speed. If you are quicker than some, be patient and consider slowing down and helping someone who may need it. If you are slower than some, again, be patient. There is no harm in trying to push yourself a bit, but understand that enjoying your day and this adventure safely are the top priorities. While you train, set a goal and always stick to your plan.
Please follow these links and read each page carefully BEFORE you start your training program.
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