BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Sept. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The elite health and fitness website and store in Beverly Hills, Endless Youth and Life has quickly become the go to spot for multiple Hollywood celebrities. From personal nutritionists to trainers and anti-aging specialists, EYL offers everything you need to kick start a healthy lifestyle. Endless Youth and Life is pleased to announce that Executive Director Paul "Chip" Klingaman has earned the 2011 Wheelie-Fun Series Triathlon Highpoint award from HFP Racing (www.hfpracing.com). HFP Racing of Alexandria, Ohio is one of the largest promoters of triathlon events in the country.
Paul "Chip" Klingaman, age 50, competed in five triathlon events this season in the Wheelie-Fun Series in venues across Ohio and West Virginia, culminating in the series' Championship race held in Akron, Ohio. Chip swims a half mile, bicycles 12.4 miles, and runs 3.1 miles in each "sprint distance" race. Chip competes in the "Clydesdale" category of males age 40+, and set several personal records this season with his fastest time of under one hour and twenty five minutes at the East Fork State Park event held near Cincinnati, Ohio.
Chip attributes his success to "living the Endless Youth and Life lifestyle", and the inspiration from his training partners including his wife, Toni, and adult daughters Kristin and Ariel. Ariel Klingaman is also a 2011 Wheelie-Fun Series highpoint winner and former NCAA Division 1-A athlete.
Chip is proud of his leadership role at Endless Youth and Life, and advocates the EYL lifestyle that includes exercise, diet, supplementation, and sleep (EDSS). The EDSS system was developed by Endless Youth and Life President Benjamin Suarez and is the foundation of the Endless Youth and Life lifestyle for youth extension and life extension.
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