CAMP FULLY BOOKED- WAITLIST ONLY
5th-11th February 2016
Club La Santa, CoachJoeBeer.com and SwimForTri are teaming up to provide a structured training week aimed at triathletes working towards various distances. This provides the perfect springboard for their 2016 season.
We will use the 50-metre outdoor pool, quiet roads, well maintained running track and off road runs that cover different surfaces and terrain. The sessions are perfect for athletes from intermediate to experienced levels and the aim is to work with each person individually to ensure that they get the correct advice and training.
The camp would not be suitable for absolute beginners who may be used to a lower level of exercise, but athletes from single sports who have a few years endurance experience will find it manageable and great fun.
Pre-registration is required as we have a limited number of participants. You can pre-register through the contact form on this page.The price for the training week is €220 including all activities on the programme, car support on the long rides, dinner and a special event t-shirt. The full payment for the camp will take place in the welcome meeting upon arrival in Club La Santa.
Please note that if you want to rent a Club La Santa bike rather than taking your own, you will have to arrange this separately with Club La Santa UK prior to departure. The price for a bike is 98 € per week or 25 € per day for a minimum of 3 consecutive days. It is advisable to book these bikes at time of booking and will be subject to availability.
Joe Beer has been competing in multipart events for more than 25 years, covering all distances from sprint to Ironman – Including the legendary Hawaii Ironman. He has been coaching and writing in multisport magazines for almost two decades. His book “Need To Know Triathlon” was Published in January 2008. He was voted the inaugural 220 Magazine Coach of The Year in 2004 and is a qualified BTA Coach. Joe has been coaching on camps at Club La Santa for over 10 years.
Dan Bullock is a swim coach par excellence who knows how to teach triathletes to swim at their best. Dan brings with him state of the art filming equipment and a level of experience which is second to none. He was 220 Coach of the Year 2004 and London Regions Coach of the year 2005.
Phil Price has been coaching for well over two decades. His local knowledge and wealth of experience adds a dimension of expertise that younger coaches do not possess. He is well respected and very personable.
CAMP FULL – WAIT LIST ONLY
Provisional Programme – subject to alteration
09.15 Welcome meeting & registration
10.30 Swim 2h: Fitness session with surface filming
14.00 Cycle talk: Set up, technique and group riding
14.30 Cycle 1½h with group riding familiarisation
16.00 Brick Run off the bike 30 mins. (incl. aerobic HR test & cooling recovery)
19.00 Talk: Nutrition to go faster w/ Joe Beer
08.30 Run 1h: Warming up, Aerobic Trail running & drills
11.00 Swim 1½h: Technique
14.00 Cycle 3½h (with Café stop)
17.30 Brick run off the bike 30 mins.
20.30 Sports Bar social get together (Boot Camp instructions given out)
09.00 Boot Camp – Instructions to follow
17.30 Talk: Swim Training Theory w/ Dan Bullock
09.00 Cycle 4-6h (100-120k): With support car and Café stops, 10k timed-climb – incl. parts of the IRONMAN LANZAROTE bike course
16.00 Run 1h train cruise effort (Long course athletes option)
18.30 Talk: Talk: guest speaker
08.30 Run 30 mins: Neuromuscular intervals & aMAX surges
09.15 Cycle 1½h
13.30 Swim 1½ h: Technique set with submerged filming
15.00 Swim Theory with wetsuit sizing, fitting and Open Water tips
17.00 Swim ½hr: Open Water Lagoon session
09.00 Cycle 2h
12.30 Meet at the Meta Tower: Race brief and T2 setting up
13.00 Mini Triathlon (0.4k-15k-4.5k)
19.00 Meet in Sports Bar for End of Camp Awards
10.00 Swim: Self coached swim (Lane 1-3 booked until 11.30)
Please fill out our Pre-Registration Form for the Spring Triathlon Camp at the bottom of this page.
Date Posted: 15th December 2014