C26 Triathlon Camp
July 13-16, 2017
Swim location -Anderson Road Beach
Skills that will be taught and demonstrated include:
- Dealing with anxiety
- Beach and mass swim starts
- Swimming in a straight line
- Cornering buoys
- Breathing techniques
- How to deal with swimming in a crowd
- Entry and Exit
- Fast wetsuit removal
- OWS specific technique
- How to train in the pool for OWS
- Plotting your course
*will offer group and 1 on 1 sessions Fri/Sun
Cycling location – Natchez Trace Parkway
The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444-mile recreational road and scenic drive through three states. It roughly follows the “Old Natchez Trace” a historic travel corridor used by American Indians, “Kaintucks,” European settlers, slave traders, soldiers, and future presidents. Today, people can enjoy not only a scenic drive but also hiking, biking, horseback riding, and camping along the parkway. The Natchez Trace is a designated cycling route allowing cyclists to have the entire lane and cars are encouraged(mandated by law) to pass only in the other lane.
We will begin at mile marker 441 of the Trace and you can expect challenging hills, rolling terrain, perfectly paved roads, long downhills and great scenery. We will spend the majority of our Saturday on The Trace. We will work on your position, climbing, descending, pace lining, and most importantly we will get in a lot of awesome riding with plenty of elevation gain. These are the absolute safest roads you will ever be on. Full SAG support will be provided along with extra hydration at the rest stops.
**depending on time and demand we may make our way to the lab to work on more cycling specific skills on Friday afternoon
– Percy Warner Park (top)
– The Infamous “Lab” (bottom)
We will have run workouts and run clinic in the LAB on Friday afternoon after our long open water session. We will start the clinic by going over form, dynamic movements, strides, the lunge matrix, posture, and more. After a good warm up and some one on one time we will conclude the clinic by heading out on the connected greenway to work on our new form and log some easy miles. Saturday we will have a real treat as we descend onto Percy Warner Park for some post-ride miles. Again, here we will have a quick form check-in and then run on some of the most beautiful paved trails that Nashville has to offer.
Thursday – 6:00pm-9:00pm
Dinner/Meet and Greet/Live Podcast with Q&A from campers
Open Water Skills at Anderson Road Beach
Run clinic and workout at THE LAB
**optional bike skills work at THE LAB
***We will get together that evening for dinner
Cycling skills and long ride on Natchez Trace
Run workout at Percy Warner
Presentation and Q & A on race strategy, execution, nutrition with Coach Robbie and C26 Alumni Elyse Gallegos. Elyse is a multiple 70.3 Worlds and Kona qualifier who currently races for Team Timex.
Sunday (Final Day)————————————————————
Open Water Skills Refresher and workout
Group long run!!!!
Depart home a faster, fitter and more confident triathlete having established friendships that last a lifetime!
C26 Athletes and/or Alumni – Before June 15 – 250.00 After June 15 – 285.00
C26 Forum Members -Before June 15- 350.00 After June 15 – 400.00
All other athletes – Before June 15 – 400.00 After June 15- 450.00
*Please send payment via Paypal to AllieLBruce@gmail.com to reserve your spot. This camp will be capped at 20 athletes.
*If you can only attend a portion of the camp please email me for a quote on a pro-rated registration fee
*if you have ANY questions at all regarding payment or different options PLEASE do not hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org . All inquiries are welcome.
*We have another camp tentatively scheduled for Aug 3-6. If you are interested in attending that camp please email us.
What IS included:
– All workouts, instruction and presentations
- Dinner on night 1
- SAG support and nutrition
- a 30minute session w/ Coach Robbie to go over topics of your choice.
*if you need assistance choosing the right hotel or would like to be put in contact with some of our local athletes for a homestay please email me at email@example.com
What you should be comfortable completing:
- Swim approximately 500-750 meters without stopping or 10-15 minutes of continuous swimming.
- Can complete an “endurance” ride of at least 2:00
- Run an easy 1:15-130.
Who should attend?
This camp is going be filled with both beginner athletes and seasoned veterans. One of the special aspects of this sport that I love is the diversity among athletes. We can all learn from each other. We all started as beginners. I think it is incredibly beneficial for beginners to see where they can get and also for the veterans to remember how far they have come. It all comes full circle. No one will be held back nor will anyone be pushed inappropriately beyond their abilities. If you are looking to get in some more volume, with instruction, feedback, and meet some other amazing people along the same journey then this camp is for you.