Anthony S Casey loves to run for Singapore-based charities.

He is a member of the Little Sisters Fund, an organization that works toward brining life-changing educational services to young girls in underprivileged regions of Asia. Through volunteer efforts and donations, Little Sisters fund provides long-term support. They aspire to end Child Marriage, forced Child Labor, and Child Trafficking.

In the ISP, Little Sisters write to their sponsor. A monthly fund of $3,500 covers complete education costs, including ten years of tuition, books, uniforms, and school supplies.

Anthony S Casey supports the efforts of the Little Sisters Fund by running in triathlons.

Check out the Triathlon Association of Singapore to consider running for a great cause. These events are a great way to commit to a cause; physically, too!

Anthony S Casey’s advice for engaging in triathlons?

Start slow.

Everybody likes to comes into the sport enthusiastically. But the biggest mistake people can make is rushing into it.

A 140.6-mile event (2.4 miles of swimming, 112 miles of cycling and 26.2 miles of running) is much more than a first-time triathletes should even think about attempting as a first-timer.

Triathlons are physically demanding. Don’t forget that. Take time to train. Customize your own training plan. You can start training for a sprint triathlon by just doing an hour of specialized exercise per day.

One event unique to Singapore is the TRI-Factor Series. This event is a four-part series of sporting events engineered for beginners, with the intention of helping athletes finish their very first triathlon.

The best part about marathons and triathlons is that most runners raise money and find sponsors, with the proceeds going to wonderful charities and organizations.

Here are some awesome tips for first-timers:

Ten Tips for First Time Triathletes

13 Tips for Sprint Triathlon Rookie

How Do I Train for My First Triathlon?

How Do I Raise Money for Charity While Training for a Race?