Lake Las Vegas
November 3-4, 2018
7:00 AM pool swim - we will be swimming in a 50 meter pool...all to ourselves. Plan on 60 minutes of swimming.
8:45: We'll head out on a 4 hour ride over rolling terrain. This will be a progressive build and each of you will have certain wattage targets in mind. We''ll finish the bike with a short transition run.
**If you're not doing a Fall Ironman we can shorten the total volume here!
4:00 Nutrition workshop. Here you will learn how to optimize your nutrition for race day, how fueling yourself plays an impact to your output AND get all your burning questions answered. We'll also suggest off season dietary tweaks to help make the most of your 2019 season.
8:00 AM - Bike Progression. We will go through a very targeted bike session with increasing intensity. Nail this session and you will be ready for your next race...
10:30 - Run Progression
The focus here is easy speed. No need to overdo it. Just like the bike, you’ll need to control early so you can push as the run progresses. You have to successfully practice in training to master this on race day.
Optional pool swim in the afternoon.
Lodging – All training will take place in Henderson, Nevada. Rides will leave from the Lake Las Vegas area in Henderson. There are plenty of hotels to choose from.
**Lodging is not included in the cost of the camp.
Group Dinners – We'll head out for group dinners a few of the nights. Please feel free to join in on this.
Fitness Level – Please take a few minutes to review the schedule to make sure you are comfortable with the volume.
FC Method – You'll find the FC Method infused into all of the training you'll be doing. From pre-workout talks, fueling guidelines, and focus principles, you'll be exposed to the the method of training that has resulted in over 200 personal bests and multiple Kona and 70.3 World Championship qualifiers.
Modifications – 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.
Lake Las Vegas Triathlon Camp
We'd like to find out a little about you before you officially register for the camp.
Cost of the camp is $260
What Athletes Have to Say
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.”
" 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.”
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.”
For specific triathlon camp questions, please contact Joby Gutierrez:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (714) 803-6165