Club La Santa, CoachJoeBeer.com and SwimForTri are teaming up to provide a structured training week aimed at triathletes working towards various distances. This provides the perfect springboard for their 2017 season.
We will use one of our 3 50-metre outdoor pools, quiet roads, well maintained running track and off road runs that cover different surfaces and terrain. The sessions are perfect for athletes from intermediate to experienced levels and the aim is to work with each person individually to ensure that they get the correct advice and training.
The camp would not be suitable for absolute beginners who may be used to a lower level of exercise, but athletes from single sports who have a few years endurance experience will find it manageable and great fun.
Example of the Programme
Friday 09.00 Welcome meeting & registration 10.30 Swim 2 h: Session w/ surface filming 14.00 Cycle talk: Safety and group riding 14.30 Cycle 1½ h with group riding 16.00 Brick Run off the bike 30 mins 18.00 Talk w/ Joe Beer
Sunday 09.00 Cycle 2 h 11.30 Swim 2 h: Pacing & wetsuit swim 15.00 Run 1 h: Threshold, Power development 17.30 Talk: Swim Training Theory
Monday 09.00 Cycle 4-6 h 16.00 Run 1h train cruise effort 18.00 Mid Camp Q&A w/ Joe Beer & Team
Wednesday 10.30 Meet at the Bike Centre; Race brief 11.00 Double Mini triathlon (0.8k, 28k, 9k) 15.00 Cycle 1½-2 h 19.00 Sports Café, End of Camp Awards 19.30 Dinner
Joe Beer has been competing in multisport events for more than 25 years, covering all distances from sprint to Ironman - Including the legendary Hawaii Ironman. He has been coaching and writing in multisport magazines for almost two decades. His first book “Need To Know Triathlon” was Published in January 2008 his second book "Triathlon for the Time Crunched" is published in 2014. He was voted the inaugural 220 Magazine Coach of The Year in 2004 and is a qualified BTA Coach. Joe has been coaching on camps at Club La Santa for over 10 years.
Dan Bullock is a swim coach par excellence who knows how to teach triathletes to swim at their best. Dan brings with him state of the art filming equipment and a level of experience which is second to none. He was 220 Coach of the Year 2005 and also London Regions Coach 2005.