I know it's only the middle of July and it's hard to wrap your head around the fact that winter is 6 months away. But it will be here before we know it. Which is why we wanted to get this out there now. I also know that many of you have been waiting for dates and details on this so you can start planning your out your 2020 trips / season.
What am I talking about? For those of you that are new to this blog, I’m talking about our Clermont Training Camps. Eric D’Arcy and I have been hosting these camps since 2018 and they’ve sold out every year. Clermont is located in Lake County, Florida and is a hotbed for triathlon training. It’s not uncommon to see pros training at the National Training Centre (NTC) or running along the Waterfront Trail. Clermont offers great cycling options, open water swimming, trail running as well as a top notch training facility at the NTC. It’s the perfect place to escape winter and get in some early season volume.
After some great suggestions from our campers this year, we have decided to do things a bit differently in 2020. We will be doing two weeks again but the format has changed slightly. These are the offerings and dates for next year:
February 2 to February 8th: The Fierce Females Camp. This camp is geared towards the beginner or middle of the pack female triathlete. If you've ever wanted to experience a triathlon camp but felt intimidated by the thought, then this camp is for you. The focus of this week will be skill development and confidence building, in addition to volume. I promise you, it will be a transformative week.
|Getting ready to run on the infamous Clay Trail|
We will cover everything from nutrition, strength & mobility to goal setting. We limit camps to 8 athletes so we keep the coach to athlete ratio low. This year we are implementing some pacing guidelines for cycling so we can keep the groups closer together. Your average speed on the bike for a 2 hour ride should be between 22 to 25 kph.
February 16th to February 22nd: The Open Season Camp. This camp is geared towards athletes that are at the intermediate level and are looking for a high volume, informative week of training. The focus of this week will be skill refinement in all three sports in addition to volume.
|Swim skills with ex pro triathlete, Sara McClarty|
We will cover everything from nutrition, strength & mobility to goal setting. Once again, space is limited to 8 athletes so we can keep the coach to athlete ratio low. Pacing guidelines for a 2 hour ride would be 26 to 29 kph.
New for this year, we will be including food for lunches + some snacks, in addition to breakfast foods. Coach Eric and I will once again be cooking dinners for the week so you can all focus on recovery. This is YOUR week to train and relax.
We will also be including downloadable maps for all the rides. You will have to have either a Strava or Ride with GPS account.
For full details and itinerary click here
|Big Day on the VanFleet Trail|
|Open water swimming at Waterfront Park|