Mammoth Triathlon Camp 

June 22 - 24, 2018

Supercharge your season with our Mammoth Triathlon Camp and immerse yourself in weekend full of structured coaching and epic training sessions. By now you know that more training doesn't mean faster racing.  There's a time to train hard and there is a time to train smart (we do both). Treat yourself to a weekend packed full of coached workouts to help refine your skill set, knowledge base, and fitness.

Take a quick glance at our 2017 schedule below to get an idea of what we have planned for you.  Whether you are a top age group triathlete or just getting started in the sport, you are sure to walk away with some new skills to help you for the rest of the season. Each workout is scaleable to your individual ability.  

At the end of each day, we'll all gather to enjoy a few drinks and good food.

Friday

AM - Open water skills practice in the crystal blue waters of June Lake.  We'll take some video while you're swimming so we can review this later in the day.

AM - Run session with video. You'll be taken through a gentle run progression that will allow us to capture some video at race pace speed for review later in the day.

Mid Day - Bike strength session​ in the hills. Get real time feedback on form and mechanics as you focus on your repeats.  Doing this in a group is sure to motivate you. Those who want to get in more volume will have an extra credit option after the repeats.

PM - Video review and feedback.

PM - Group Dinner (optional) - Join us at the local eatery for a chance to unwind and share a few drinks as we prepare for Saturday's training.

Saturday

AM - Mixed terrain ride and time trial challenge.  This ride has a little of everything from flats, rollers, climbs and screaming fast descents. Not only will you train on amazing terrain, but we also have a group time trial challenge built into this session.

Mid Day - Open water swim practice.  Be prepared for a fun group challenge where you'll practice more open water skills. 

Mid Day- Run workout.  Be prepared for a fun group challenge where you

PM -Group Dinner (optional) - You'll want to bring your appetite for this one.  

Sunday

AM - Bike progression and transition runs.   This bike workout is set up as a pace progression where you'll cycle through multiple rounds of bike intervals. After each interval on the bike you will complete a pace or power referenced run. You'll practice "race specific" running off the bike.

Mid Day - Data review. We'll take a look at your bike and run stats from the morning session and discuss what this means for you on race day. Nail this and you are on  your way to a solid race performance.

PM- Pool session and technique work. Our final session of the weekend will include a technique focused session to help reinforce what you learned.

​6:30 - Pizza and Beer - We'll finish off the weekend of focused training with some relaxation, drinks and a few war stories from the weekend.

As a novice triathlete I felt very welcomed by the coaches and athletes. While there was a feeling of friendly competition during the specific bike and run challenges, at no time did I feel out of place, intimidated or judged. The general feeling of camaraderie and inclusion was a surprise to me and really helped to make the entire experience something I will always remember.”

Marty Connelly

" We came away with with such huge smiles and the feeling like we had spent three days playing like kids on Christmas morning! Everyday was well planned out and each activity stacked nicely on top of the next. Joby’s ability to share his expertise in each discipline makes it possible for anyone of any level to take away something for their future training and racing.”

Tracy White

This was my third camp and every year it has been fantastic. The activities, routes and challenges were awesome and most important. The people that you assemble for the camp are great and I enjoyed the challenging activities that were planned each day.”

Bill Davis

More Details

Lodging – Most of us will stay at Horizons 4 Condos. This will be the start and end point of all our rides. Horizons 4 offers a lot of different room configurations and works really well if you’d like to share with friends. There are also plenty of other lodging options close by.

**Lodging is not included in the cost of the camp.

Group Dinners – If you’d like to join in on the group dinners we have made arrangements with some of the local restaurants that are able to accommodate our group. 

Fitness Level – At a minimum, you should be able to complete a 50 mile bike ride, 8 mile run and swim 1500m.  This focus of this camp is both skill development and quality training.  Each workout can be scaled to your fitness level. Each day we will also have opportunities to get in some extra credit training.

FC Method – You'll find the FC Method infused into all of the training you'll be doing. From pre-workout talks, workout challenges, and focus principles, you'll be exposed to the the method of training that has resulted in over 120 personal bests in 2015 and 2016 alone.

Modifications – Although we have planned a weekend full of epic training, we also understand that each person has unique needs.  We can modify rides and runs to suit your needs.  Just communicate with us in advance.

Post Dinner Treats

Minaret Vista

Incredible Summits 

Daily Ice Baths at the Creek


For specific triathlon camp questions, please contact Joby Gutierrez:

joby@fcendurance.com or call (714) 803-6165

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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