Breakthroughs happen in the most unlikely of places. Pre-season camps are an awesome opportunity to challenge yourself, push through previously existing barriers and bump your fitness to the next level. It’s also an opportunity to meet new people, see beautiful places and treat yourself in an all-triathlon environment for a few, focused days.
Join us in St. George, Utah from April 6-10, 2022 for a breakthrough camp that will challenge and inspire you. We will lead multiple workouts, ride Snow Canyon, scope the Ironman World Championships courses and offer lectures on topics critical to your success in 2022. We’ll train and eat together; strive and struggle together. You will emerge a stronger, more informed, more confident athlete.
Head Coach Lance Watson is joined by LifeSport coaches Juliet Hochman, Jeff Sankoff and others for 3+ days of focused workouts, technical sessions, lectures, clinics and more. Camp will include:
- Challenging run, bike, swim and brick workouts on the Ironman course
- Technical swim session with individual stroke analysis and open water swim strategy
- Clinics on race nutrition, pacing, transitions, brick training, race preparation and run biomechanics
- Full SAG wagon support
- Camp social dinner on Friday night
- Snacks and training nutrition
- SWAG bags and prizes
- Limited to 20 athletes! Sign up soon!
Wednesday, April 6. Optional meet-and-greet for athletes arriving in the early evening.
Thursday, April 7. Mini-clinic: Effective use of brick intervals off the bike and transitions off the bike. Training: Bike-run brick. Evening Lecture: Pacing and nutrition for long distance triathlon.
Friday, April 8. Training: Endurance swim with individual video. Post-training lecture: Swim analysis, drill allocation and open water swim strategies. Mini-clinic: Introduction to over-gear riding. Training: Aerobic ride with low cadence work. Evening: Camp social.
Saturday, April 9. Mini-clinic: Riding with power. Training: Endurance ride and short brick run. Afternoon tech swim with skill review. Evening Lecture: Race week logistics and mental preparation.
Sunday. April 10. Mini-clinic: Run bio-mechanics and using drills/strides for warm up and technique. Training: Endurance run. Camp wraps up with awards and swag bags.
Cost: $495. ($395 for LifeSport and TRiCLUB athletes). Does not include travel, accommodation or meals besides Friday night. Proof of vaccination for COVID-19 required.
This camp is limited to 20 athletes. Full refund guaranteed until March 6. Sign up now to hold your spot!