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ARIZONA TRIATHLON TRAINING CAMP

March 3-10, 2019

Get your season jump-started with a week of endurance training in the beautiful Oro Valley, Arizona in the backdrop of the Santa Catalina Mountain. 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 led by veteran triathletes with many years of training experience.

This camp will provide you all with a chance to push your limits in both aerobic base and strength building. THIS IS A TRAINING CAMP – IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A COACHING CAMP THIS IS NOT FOR YOU. Your training at this camp will be enhanced by frequency, the ability to do over distance rides and runs on challenging and different terrain as well as the ability to rest and practice proper recovery.

Remember, RECOVERY IS KEY! 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!

UPCOMING RACES:

March 3, 2019

Arizona Triathlon Training Camp

April 27, 2019

OhioHealth Race for a Reason

May 31, 2019

American Triple-T & ToughMan Ohio

June 2, 2019

ToughMan Ohio

June 8, 2019

Deer Creek State Park

Aerobic Base / Strength Building

Catalina State Park-Romero Canyon TrailGet your season jump started with a week of aerobic base/strength training in beautiful Oro Valley, Arizona.

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 led 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

Course Maps

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$400.00 fee* includes:
  • Professionally coached & organized workouts
  • Color bike maps with detailed course instructions
  • Fully supported rides and vehicle support provided during all rides
  • All pool sessions (just 3.5 mile drive away from host hotel)
  • Nutrition provided by Gatorade and BOOM Energy Gel for all training sessions
  • Entry into Arizona Distance Classic Half Marathon

*Does not include lodging or airfare/transportation to Tucson/Oro Valley

Sunday,
March 3
Monday,
March 4
Tuesday,
March 5
Wednesday,
March 6
Thursday,
March 7
Friday,
March 8
Saturday,
March 9
Sunday,
March 10
Hotel check in (3pm or later)Swim** (AM) 9:00am to 10:00am (Distance)Swim** (AM) 9:00am to 10:00am (Distance)Bike* (AM) 10am – Assault of Mount Lemmon (30 mile mountain climb, 60 mile total)Swim** (AM) 9:00am to 10:00am (Distance)Swim** (AM) 9:00am to 10:00am (Distance)Bike* (AM) - 9:00am (Endurance-100mi/100k), distance/terrain TBARun* (AM) 7:00am Arizona Distance Classic Half Marathon Run
Meet n Greet Dinner - 7:00pm @ Growler USA, Oro ValleyBike* (PM): 11:00am 3-4 hour ride, distance/terrain TBABike* (AM) 11:00am 3-4 hour ride, distance/terrain TBARun (AM) – 11:00am (Aerobic Endurance 12-18 miles) – Catalina State Park trail runBike* (PM) – 11:00am 3-4 hour ride, distance/terrain TBA Drive Home
Run (PM) - 30min - Transition Run (from your cabin with your mates)START/FINISH – Catalina State Park – Romero Canyon/Sutherland Trail Head Parking Lot

*START OF RIDES – Aquatic Center Parking Lot

**Oro Valley Aquatic Center – Oro Valley, AZ

Download the schedule here

  • Come PREPARED (prepared physically and with proper clothing for all weather conditions)
  • Airfare/transportation
  • Hotel accommodations
  • Check in with Shannon upon arriving to Tucson/Oro Valley area
  • Bring your special diet foods for breakfasts and snacks throughout the workouts
  • Lunch is usually during a bike ride, so bring what you need on the bike (bars, gel, fruit)
  • Campers end each day at a local restaurant to share ware stories from each day
  • 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

Oro Valley

Mt LemmonIn the shadow of Pusch Ridge, the western end of the Santa Catalina Mountains, with the Tortolita mountains in the distance to the north and views of the Tucson skyline to the south, Oro Valley has a character and culture of its own, with all the conveniences of the bigger city nearby.

Less than half an hour from downtown Tucson up Oracle Road (State Route 77), Oro Valley was incorporated in 1974 and has a population just under 40,000. Its “Valley of Gold” name harkens back to a time when the area drew prospectors eager to find their fortune.

Though the rumors that the area was rich with gold proved false, Oro Valley is rich in natural beauty, outdoor adventure, and a small-town, family-friendly culture that’s landed it on several “best place to live” lists in recent years.

Among other highlights, Oro Valley is home to Tohono Chul Park, the El Conquistador Tucson, A Hilton Resort, and a fantastic Aquatic Center if you’re looking to get wet!

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