The itriwetri training camp philosophy
A camp will be challenging, stimulating and fun. You will go away with ideas to support your training and motivation to stay focused on your goals. We design the activities around the people who attend. Experienced athletes may be set challenges and tough training rides while others will be guided to help them develop confidence on a bike. The same applies to swimming and running.
9:00 Welcome briefing
A typical welcome briefing introduces the group to our team and the activities we will be undertaking over the weekend.
10:00 Bike ride
For experienced riders this is usually sportive style around a marked route through the best scenery in the area. Inexperienced riders may do a guided ride to build their confidence.
1:45 Stimulating activity
A classroom based activity to consider the finer points of technique, planning your training or how to stay injury free.
2:45 Run analysis
Analysis of your running technique with video.
3:45 Run session or brick session
5:15 Technique, technique, technique
A discussion about run, bike and swim technique to give even the most experienced athletes something to work on after the camp
7:30 Dinner and social activity
9:00 Good Morning briefing
After an outline of the day we set a training focus for each participant for the day.
9:30 Conditioning session
A few exercises to loosen the body. We will also give you some activities you can do in the comfort of your own living room to improve your balance, flexibility and strenght
10:15 Bike ride
Different routes and different challenges
1:45 Mindset training
A classroom based activity to help you stay focused and motivated in your training. We also look at race day and how you can prepare mentally for your challenge.
2:45 Run session
Brick activity with transition training
Practice getting on and off your bike with running
Planning, Preparation and Performance. A classroom based session to help you structure your training, measure improvement and identify the areas where you can get improvements in your performance