Description of camp service:
Ever dreamed of how nice it would be to spend a few days away from life’s hectic schedule to completely focus on your training and recovery? We aim to provide you with that opportunity. For a fraction of the cost of other triathlon training camps we offer uninterrupted coached training sessions and education to lift your performance to the next level.
We will try to cater for all levels of ability however it is recommended that athletes can comfortably complete a 2km swim session and have sufficient bike skills to safely road ride in a group. Please contact us if you have any concerns about whether your ability level is appropriate for the camp or any other special needs that may need to be catered for.
When: November 15-18th
Where: Fit Life Health Club 582 freemans drive Cooranbong NSW 2265
(Cooranbong is 1 hour North of Sydney straight up the F3 Freeway- Take the Morisset exit)
– 3 nights accommodation at http://www.lakemacquarievillage.com.au
– All meals
– Sports nutrition (will be limited)
– Swim, bike, run and strength coached training sessions by professional triathlete and coach Tim Reed and elite age-group competitor and personal training guru, Luke Martin. Should numbers warrant it there will also be other staff with triathlon training expertise.
– On road support
– Facility entries – Gym, pool and turbo studio
– Personal swim and run technique video analysis and correction.
– Nutritional lecture on day to day nutrition, training nutrition and race nutrition.
– Bike consumables – tyres, tubes, Co2 and all other accessories. We recommend a bike service before coming on the camp.
– Massage will be available at a very reasonable cost which goes directly to the massage therapist.
– General – $700 per person twin share
– On program athletes – $600 per person twin share
Full payment required to secure place on the camp.
Refund available up to 7 days out minus $100 deposit.
Payments can be made by direct deposit to:
Please us your name as payment description.
November Camp Schedule:
- Diet, metabolic efficiency and what it means for performance.
- Training and racing nutrition.
- ‘Free/cheap cycling speed’ The secrets behind getting 10-50 watts of extra speed for no extra energy output.
- Achieving optimal arousal for peak performance.
- The importance of scheduling recovery.
- Training gadgets and their usefulness. What’s worth investing in?
- Acclimatisation, the complexities of tapering, race day strategies and much more.