Every camp needs to start with an overall plan, certain periods when you know there's time for video analysis and others concentrating on skills, like transitions.
So, we start with an overall plan and then adjust that, dependent on exactly who is coming on the camp. Before we go we ask you what you would like to get out of the camp and to send us a list of your aims and potential targets for 2016. Once we know these we can tailor our camp to give you the maximum help with those aims and targets in mind.
There are some elements for everyone and others that longer distance triathletes will add. Anyone planning to do Ironman Lanzarote, or a similar early season race, may want to do extra distance that a sprint or standard distance athlete needn't do. However, distance has to be coupled with intensity and the intensity, at times, will be ramped up quite high at times.
The first 2 days of swimming will concentrate on analysis and technique, day 1 in the pool and day 2 a mix of pool and open water. After that we will begin building speed while you retain that good technique, so you can be comfortable and competitive in 2016.