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HELEN GEORGIA TRIATHLON TRAINING CAMP

April 2-8, 2018

Get your season jump-started with a week of aerobic base/strength training in the beautiful White Georgia Mountain community of Helen, GA. The camp features both an “A” and “B” group for both the very experienced (aka fast) and less experienced (aka slower) athletes. Both groups will be lead by veteran triathletes with many years of coaching experience. This camp will provide you all with a chance to push your limits in both these areas. Your training at this camp will be enhanced by frequency, the ability to do over distance rides and runs on very challenging and different terrain as well as the ability to rest and practice proper recovery. Remember, RECOVERY IS KEY! In order to get the most out of the camp it is imperative that the extra work load and training is balanced with proper recovery, nutrition and rest. Enjoy your downtime from training while you are at the camp, but remember, you get stronger when you are resting properly. You will leave tired, but you will also leave stronger, both mentally and physically! Find out more and register here.

UPCOMING RACES:

August 18, 2018

Vermilion Harbour

September 1, 2018

Tri-the-Heights Youth Triathlon

September 8, 2018

Portage Lakes State Park

September 30, 2018

Deer Creek Fall Challenge

Aerobic Base / Strength Building

Get your season jump started with a week of aerobic base/strength training in the beautiful White Georgia Mountain community of Helen, GA.

The camp features both an “A” and “B” group for both the very experienced (aka fast) and less experienced (aka slower) athletes. Both groups will be lead by veteran triathletes with many years of coaching experience.

This camp will provide you all with a chance to push your limits in both these areas. Your training at this camp will be enhanced by frequency, the ability to do over distance rides and runs on very challenging and different terrain, as well as the ability to rest and practice proper recovery.

Remember, RECOVERY IS KEY! In order to get the most out of the camp it is imperative that the extra work load and training is balanced with proper recovery, nutrition and rest.

Enjoy your downtime from training while you are at the camp, but remember, you get stronger when you are resting properly. You will leave tired, but you will also leave stronger, both mentally and physically!

Coach

Shannon Kurek of Team HFP Racing

Helen Georgia Triathlon Training CampApril 2-8, 2018
All-Inclusive$600
Camp Only$250
$600.00 fee includes:
  • Lodging at the beautiful local lodges — Monday to Sunday. One lodge sleeps 12, one cabin sleeps 8.*
  • Professionally coached & organized workouts
  • All pool sessions (about a 20 minute drive away which campers carpool together)
  • Nutrition provided by Infinit Nutrition for all training sessions
  • If using a discount or sale code, only one code can be used per transaction.

*Only 4 couples spots are available

$250.00 fee includes camp only — no lodging or pool passes
Sunday,
April 1
Monday,
April 2
Tuesday,
April 3
Wednesday,
April 4
Thursday,
April 5
Friday,
April 6
Saturday,
April 7
Sunday,
April 8
Cabin check in (2pm or later)Swim** (AM) 8:00am to 9:00am (Distance)Swim** (AM) 8:00am to 9:00am (Distance)Bike* (AM) 10am – 6 to 7hrs (Aerobic Endurance-85 miles) – 6 Gap RideSwim** (AM) 8:00am to 9:00am (Distance)Swim** (AM) 8:00am to 9:00am (Distance)Bike* (AM) – 9:00am (Endurance-100 miles) – Devils Branch ExpandedRun* (AM) 8:00am (Easy 30min run or 60min ride with your mates)
Dinner - 7:00pmBike* (PM): 11:00am (Aerobic Loosening - 38 miles) - Base of Brasstown Bald and back
(optional climb to the top of Brasstown Bald – 41.65 total)
Bike* (AM) 11:00am (Aerobic Strength-56 miles) – Lake Burton HiawasseeRun (PM) – 20min – Transition Run (from your cabin with your mates)Run (AM) – 11:00am (Aerobic Endurance 12-18 miles) – Anna Ruby Falls trail run
START (18+ miles) – Sleeping Bear Cabin
Bike* (AM) – 11:00am – Helen 3-Gap + Craig GapRun (PM) – 30min – Transition Run (from your cabin with your mates)Drive Home
Camp Meet n Greet / help with meal (5:30pm - 6:30pm Sleeping Bear Lodge)Run (PM) - 60min - Transition Run (from your cabin with your mates)Dinner – 7:00pmSTART (6-12 miles) – Unicoi Lake Parking Lot Run (PM) - 60min - Transition Run (from your cabin with your mates)Dinner – 6:00pm
Dinner - 6:30pmDinner – 6:00pmDinner – 6:00pmDinner – 6:00pm7:30pm: Team Putt-Putt World Championships @ Pirates Cove Adventure Golf
Teams captains and players will be announced/drafted at dinner

*START OF RIDES – Helen Public Parking Lot

**Ruby C. Fulbright Recreation & Aquatic Center – Clarksville, GA

SPECIAL NOTE: If we look at the weather forecast and weather looks like it might be bad on one day and not another, we’ll change the schedule to accommodate better weather for the longer rides and schedule the run day for a rainy day.

 

Download the schedule and dinner menu here

  • Come PREPARED (prepared physically and with proper clothing for all weather conditions)
  • Check in with Shannon at the cabin upon arrival
  • Bring your special diet foods for breakfasts and snacks throughout the workouts
  • Lunch is usually during a workout on top of a mountain, so bring what you need on the bike (bars, gel, fruit)
  • Campers usually go shopping at local market and purchase dinner foods together to make for the evening meal
  • Two evening meals are usually at a local Tavern or Pub if you wish to go
  • Bring a good attitude!! You will work hard, you will be tired! Get to sleep after dinner for rest and recovery to work hard again next day.

ABOUT THE VENUE

White Georgia Mountains

Helen, GA | Website

The Chattahoochee River flows gently through Helen, a re-creation of a Bavarian Alpine village, complete with cobblestone streets. Local history is linked to the Cherokee Indians and early settlers who came to mine for gold and work in the lumber industry. Helen now has more than 200 specialty and import shops offering everything from candle making and glass blowing to cuckoo clocks and quilts. Dining options range from traditional German fare to traditional Southern.