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YES! IT MATTERS TO US

In 2020, we have decided to invest heavily in our talent.

 

Great people achieve great things! Tomax is nothing without our amazing crew and we are proud of having every single person contributing to our growth and success. Our people are hardworking people, putting in real effort each and every day and we want our people staying fit, healthy and running at full speed while still smiling. So…. we have sponsored an ultra-athlete, Damian Hall, to mentor our wonderful people towards a healthier lifestyle. Tomax Technology is one of two main sponsors for Damian Hall, the challenge setting, record breaking, ultra runner….

if Tomax were going to get a mentor….

 

who else!

OUR

MISSION

To walk or run 20,000 MILES as a company in 2020

32,187 km

909,091 Minutes

15,152 Hours

50 Million Steps

20,000 Miles

It matters more than ever during uncertain times to stay active and feel part of something, a team. Personal wellbeing can take a hit when isolated so it’s important to try and keep some routine around fitness and to stay connected to the people you work with every day.

 

Below is a message from Tomax to it’s wonderful people on why IT MATTERS

HE DID IT

Damian Hall has broken the 268-mile Pennine Way record by over 3 hours. Setting a new FKT (Fastest Known Time) of 61 hours and 34 minutes

All while picking up litter along the way!

 

When Tomax choose a mentor – they chose the best!

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ABOUT OUR MENTOR

RECORD BREAKER

Damian Hall is a record-breaking ultramarathon runner who’s represented Great Britain. He’ll be helping us get fitter, healthier and succeed at some new challenges.

LIFE CHANGING

Damian says his first half marathon was “life changing”. A year later he ran his first marathon (dressed as a toilet) and ultra-marathon. Four years later he representing Great Britain at the Trail World Championships.

PODIUM TO WINNER

He’s placed on the podium at the 268-mile Spine Race, the 200-mile Dragon’s Back Race, the UK Ultra Trail Championships and won the Ice Ultra.

WORLD WIDE DAMO

The 44 year-old has also placed 5th at the worlds most competitive 100-mile race, Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc and holds three speed records (Fastest Known Times) in Britain (the 61-mile Paddy Buckley Round, the 230-mile Cape Wrath Trail and the 630-mile South West Coast Path

WINTER RECORD BREAKER

In January 2020 Damo broke the Paddy Buckley Round winter record, Damo will also be racing in the Ultra Trail Mt Fuji and the UTMB Ultra Mont-Blanc

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RECORD BREAKER

Damian Hall is a record-breaking ultramarathon runner who’s represented Great Britain. He’ll be helping us get fitter, healthier and succeed at some new challenges.

 

LIFE CHANGING

Damian says his first half marathon was “life changing”. A year later he ran his first marathon (dressed as a toilet) and ultramarathon. Four years later he representing Great Britain at the Trail World Championships.

 

PODIUM TO WINNER

He’s placed on the podium at the 268-mile Spine Race, the 200-mile Dragon’s Back Race, the UK Ultra Trail Championships and won the Ice Ultra.

 

WORLD WIDE DAMO

The 44 year-old has also placed 5th at the worlds most competitive 100-mile race, Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc and holds three speed records (Fastest Known Times) in Britain (the 61-mile Paddy Buckley Round, the 230-mile Cape Wrath Trail and the 630-mile South West Coast Path

 

WINTER RECORD HOLDER

in January 2020 Damo broke the Paddy Buckley Round winter record. Damo will also be racing in the Ultra Trail Mt Fuji and the UTMB Ultra Mont-Blanc

ADVICE FROM DAMIAN

ARE WE BORN TO RUN?

We all are. In fact running is what made us humans in the first place.

AIM FOR CONSISTENCY

Consistency is a boring word, but when it comes to getting fitter and healthier it’s the key one. It’s better to walk, run (or cycle) a small amount often, than a big amount occasionally. So 3-5 miles every other day, for example, is better than no exercise all week, then 10 miles at the weekend (even though 10 miles at the weekend is definitely still better than nothing at all). Doing things ‘little but often’ makes you more likely to fit them into your lifestyle, too.

HIT THE PILLOW

Other than regular light exercise, the best thing you can do for your overall health is to sleep well. Poor sleep is linked to numerous serious ailments, whereas getting eight hours sleep on average per night gives all sorts of resetting health benefits. Hit the pillow hard! Your body and mind will thank you for it.

GO GREEN

Scientists talk of the biophilia effect: an innate desire to be in green places and the ability for nature to lift us psychologically. Numerous studies link wellbeing to regularly experiencing natural environments. Put simply, we’re happier and healthier when we visit green places more often. Exercising amongst trees rather than traffic, on trails rather than tarmac, has a double-whammy, all-round health boost.

EAT THE RAINBOW

There’s so much dietary advice around at the moment, often from unqualified sources, and that’s confusing. Put simply, above all else, eat plenty of fruit and vegetables. They’re packed with numerous health boosting nutrients, tasty, varied, readily available and fun. Aim for as many colours on your plate as possible.

20k20 MAIN EVENTS

QUEEN ELIZABETH OLYMPIC RUN

2nd May 2020

NATIONAL THREE PEAKS CHALLENGE

5-7 June 2020

WIMBLEDON COMMON HALF MARATHON

11th October 2020

QUEEN ELIZABETH OLYMPIC RUN

2nd May 2020

NATIONAL THREE PEAKS CHALLENGE

5-7 June 2020

WIMBLEDON COMMON HALF MARATHON

11th October 2020

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