Meet PlanetK2’s Team LifeReady!

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Some of us hit the start of a new year thinking about New Year resolutions, the ones we made (and gave up on half way through the year?), the ones that were successful, the ones we wanted to make next…

Some of us said ‘who needs a New Year resolution? I want a challenge!’ Or ‘I want a life less ordinary.’ Or ‘I want to explore my limits and give back. I’m going to take action. Right now!’

If those second statements don’t sound familiar, but you’d like them to, meet Team LifeReady and get yourself inspired!

A complete human performance challenge

Aaron, Dan, David and Dock, the PlanetK2 Team LifeReady, are based in San Francisco. They are fundraising, training and preparing right now, for the AIDS Lifecycle event in June 2018.

The team will be cycling 545 miles, from San Francisco to LA, through some of California’s beautiful countryside, fundraising for AIDS/HIV related services, research and awareness, still critical to many parts of our society.

The event is a complete human performance challenge, for each individual as well as the team as a whole. At PlanetK2, we love these.

Here’s a snapshot of the 2017 event, to see what’ll be coming up for the team.

A life less ordinary

At PlanetK2, we love supporting great businesses and great people get even better at what they do.

We’re proud to support and work with the LifeReady team – long term friends of our business, doing an extraordinary event, stepping out of their personal comfort zones and raising funds for a great cause. Find out more about Team LifeReady in the start of their vlog series.

We have been given the unique opportunity to support the whole team, as well as each member individually. We’ll be helping them get superbly performance ready for the event. To think, prepare and perform like elite athletes.

Follow the journey

We get to follow and support the teams’ journey before, during and after the AIDS Lifecycle 2018 event.

This is too good for us and our customers, friends and colleagues to miss – so stay tuned over the coming months, we’ll be sharing the teams’ individual and collective purpose, their motivations, their training highs and lows.

You’ll get to follow their human performance journey and we’ll share our collective learning.

If you’re inspired to start following the journey and support the fundraising efforts of the LifeReady team: