Every camp needs to start with a overall plan, certain periods when you know there's time for working on your form, others
concentrating on skills, like transitions and an idea of the overall stress (workload) that will be placed on your body over the week.
That workload will largely depend on the distance you intend racing for the season.
So, we start with a plan that has been adjusted, depending on exactly who is coming on the camp. Before you get here we we find out exactly what
you would like go home having achieved. We then plan the week based on your aims and potential targets for the year, that have been shared with us before you get here.
Once we know these we can tailor the 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, standard distance or novice athlete needn't do. However, distance has
to be coupled with intensity and the intensity, at times, will be ramped up, so we'll keep a close eye on your overall stress levels to Minimise
the chance of you picking up an injury.
The first 2 days will concentrate on analysis and technique, swimming may be a mix of pool and open water, but each will be filmed.
After that we will begin building speed while you retain that good technique and we'll be adding distance to get you fitter and fitter.
The aim is to make you a better competitor in 2020.
One of our major aims is to help you train more effectively.