This October 16 starts the fourth Entel Challenge. Take part in this 14-day challenge and enter the Grand Prix draw.
The Entel Challenge Train is the fourth stage of the Entel Challenge that establishes two training plans of the experienced rider Remigio Huamán, to encourage continuity in runners. Registration is completely free and there are 14 days of competition, where you will enter a gift draw for big prizes for runners who run 10 days or more. There will be 92 winners in total.
What are the prizes?
- 30 seats for the Entel 10k.
- Saucony Shoes.
- High-end smartphones.
- Bi-monthly plans in Bodytech.
It is important you keep in mind the following points in order to participate in this new challenge:
For all users who wish to participate in the challenge, doing exercise and have the possibility to win prizes, can join the Entel Challenge Train yourself totally free. The registration process is open for elders that believe they will be able to keep on until the last day of the challenge that is October 29.
- Training plan
The plan to be fulfilled can be found available in the Challenge section of the Sportafolio website or attached to the registration confirmation email. This challenge allows the user to rest for 4 days and run for 10 days.
The participant can choose the place and time in which he or she will run, in fact, if the user wants to perform more than indicated (more kilometers or more minutes), there is no problem as long as this activity complies with the rules of the Entel Challenge. It is important to know that the only activities that will be counted as valid, are those that take place from October 16 to 29 which is the duration of the training plan.
- Why do I have to connect to an application?
When you connect a Running application to Sportafolio, you will make all the activities you do with it appear in the Entel Challenge. Therefore, this is the way to validate the activities that the participants are carrying out in their effort to comply with the training plan. Without an application connected, there is no other way to measure the exercise performed by the user.
Are you going to participate in the challenge? Do you think it is a good way to encourage people to exercise?
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