How do I train? What do I do? Experience it for yourself.
Triathlon is not an individual sport, it takes a phenomenal team and support system to breed success at all levels of triathlon. For me the easiest ways to learn is through observation. This is why I have created this camp. To share what I, and a handful of other professional triathletes have picked up over the years to make us successful. This is your opportunity to see how professionals live and you will rub elbows with us as we each put in our sweat equity laying a foundation to make the impossible, possible. I challenge you to join us and we will help you open the door to redefine FA.S.T
Train with the Pro’s like the Pro’s.
In 2018 every FA.S.T camp participant used sweat equity and lessons learned at camp and delivered on the race course. For some camp gave them confidence going into their first Ironman, others learned nutrition and the true meaning of recovery. On the bike everybody learned how to better navigate riding in a group, how to pace line, and many other little cycling tips. Our ability levels ranged from striving for a sub-8 hour Ironmans to sub-8 hour Ironman bike splits and everywhere between. Yet we all trained together, learned from each other, and thrived…in 2019 I can only imagine what the class of 2018 will achieve.
We took the feedback from our campers in 2018 and have gone next level in 2019. Every session will have a coach briefing you before it discussing the goal of the session and advise of different ways to attack it. When training is done you will have a catered dinner to a series of panels with professionals and coaches about many of the hot topics in the life of endurance athletes.
– 4 days coached sessions alongside of Professional Triathletes
– 3 nights hotel
– Continental Breakfasts each morning
– Buffet Dinners each night
– Aide Stations stocked with Base Hydro, Base Bars, & Water
– Pool Access, lake access, and track access
– Loaded Musette which includes OVER $500 IN PRODUCT:
(All Sessions are Optional)
July 18 – Camp begins 11am in Robbinsville
Bike – Instructional social bike ride around Santeetlah Lake shaking out the legs and learning different technical aspects, finishing with a harmless KOM climb
Run – Instructional run on track working on running the same pace using less energy to run the same pace
July 19 – Friday
Swim – Open Water working on sighting, drafting, surging, and race tactics
Bike – Really open it up on a long steady climb where you can dial in your race effort
Run – Long run largely on gravel roads
Swim – Short Sprint pool session
July 20 – Saturday
Multisport training day
July 21 – Camp concludes at 2pm
Run – Short track session
Bike – A series of short climbs
Swim – Pool session
We all live very busy lives with commitments pulling us every direction. Training often can feel like a chore and that you are squeezing it in and more often we find ourselves “just getting workouts in” instead of “completing them” with focus, quality, and passion. This is what you will be able to do at our camp. You wake up, pack your bags for the day and roll out the door. All logistics are handled and all you need to worry about is you and your training for 4 days.
The first day of camp we will educate, test, and work on different techniques and technical aspects that will essentially give you tools to play with to tap into not only the next few days but the rest of your life. The rest of camp will have coached sessions where you get to train alongside and learn from professional triathletes.
Getting to Robbinsville? 3 options:
1) Drive to Robbinsville, NC
2) Fly to TYS (Knoxville Airport)
– 1 shuttle on Wednesday evening
– 2 shuttles on Thursday
– 2 shuttles on Sunday