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  • Steven Lord Blog: Anatomy Of A Training Camp
    camp It s nothing more than being able to say you did there s no completion medal but it motivates virtually every camper 4 Competition with high volume camps intensity is often difficult to come by By having regular competitions it ensures some more intense work and also lets people discover they can still go pretty hard even after a few tough days of training 5 Make it social many friendships have been forged on camp and we like to build a good group feel without cliques We keep our camps small enough that we all have meals together Also since everyone does all the sessions there s a big shared experience which helps provide some banter at the end of each day I m proud that each camp has produced it s own great feel and running in jokes As an example the camp last March was our G T camp where athletes took it in turns to host pre dinner drinks and nibbles on their balcony 6 Mix of abilities it s great to get strong experienced athletes alongside newbie s and weaker athletes Our rides are scheduled so that groups meet on the road often more than once or where cafe stops are possible we aim to get all groups arriving at the same time We handicap races and competitions such that everyone has a chance to win and therefore equal motivation for athletes to produce their best Each of our different camp locations has a different method for this and all have proved successful More often than not we ve reached the end of the camp with the fastest and slowest athlete both still in the fight to win the camp prize 7 Train like a professional we aim to provide the train like a professional experience So we ensure that campers don t have to worry about anything other than training and recovering All meals are provided Massage is provided together with sports nutrition and recovery products We even have a physio along to help with daily stretching and provide treatment if the need arises 8 It s a Training Camp our camps are six days of training The days are filled with swim bike and run No formal talks are given Instead advice can be gained during conversations on the road at the cafe and over the dinner table This advice is not only from the coaches because other athletes on the camp have experiences to share and we encourage this pooling of knowledge and opinions amongst the group Next year will be the fourth running of our Lanzarote Endurance camp and we re pleased that from each of our previous three we ve had at least one person qualify for Kona I m hoping that next year I ll be one of them Everydaytraining org uk Related Stories Swim Tip Getting The Correct Hand Position Should You Finish A Bad Training Session The Perfect Two Week Taper How to do a proper plank

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  • Anatomy Of A Training Camp
    group feel without cliques We keep our camps small enough that we all have meals together Also since everyone does all the sessions there s a big shared experience which helps provide some banter at the end of each day I m proud that each camp has produced it s own great feel and running in jokes As an example the camp last March was our G T camp where athletes took it in turns to host pre dinner drinks and nibbles on their balcony 6 Mix of abilities it s great to get strong experienced athletes alongside newbie s and weaker athletes Our rides are scheduled so that groups meet on the road often more than once or where café stops are possible we aim to get all groups arriving at the same time We handicap races and competitions such that everyone has a chance to win and therefore equal motivation for athletes to produce their best Each of our different camp locations has a different method for this and all have proved successful More often than not we ve reached the end of the camp with the fastest and slowest athlete both still in the fight to win the camp prize 7 Train like a professional we aim to provide the train like a professional experience So we ensure that campers don t have to worry about anything other than training and recovering All meals are provided Massage is provided together with sports nutrition and recovery products We even have a physio along to help with daily stretching and provide treatment if the need arises 8 It s a Training Camp our camps are six days of training The days are filled with swim bike and run No formal talks are given Instead advice can be gained during conversations on the road at the café and over the dinner table This advice is not only from the coaches because other athletes on the camp have experiences to share and we encourage this pooling of knowledge and opinions amongst the group Next year will be the fourth running of our Lanzarote Endurance camp and we re pleased that from each of our previous three we ve had at least one person qualify for Kona I m hoping that next year I ll be one of them www everydaytraining org uk Related Stories The BEST Swim Centre Lives Up To Its Name Video Uplace BMC Pro Triathlon Training Camp Lanzarote 2014 a quality triathlon training camp that won t break the bank EverydayTraining in the French Pyrenees from 31st May to 7th June FILED UNDER News Training TAGS Everyday Training Lordy Lord Training Camp Paul Moore Paul Moore is the Online Editor for Triathlete Europe When not glued to a computer he can be found writing books most recently Ultra Performance The Psychology of Endurance Sports and The World s Toughest Endurance Challenges Both are available on Amazon Paul has also written Ultimate Triathlon A complete training guide for long

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  • BEST centre - Triathlete Europe
    To Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises to improve your reactive strength How Pain Tolerance Affects Performance Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Managing Your Energy Levels On The Triathlon Swim Why you should run on grass Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase The Pros And Cons Of SRAM s 1X Setup For Triathletes Swim Cramps What Why How To Deal With Them Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes The Perfect Two Week Taper Should You Finish A Bad Training Session Swim Tip Getting The Correct Hand Position How to do a proper plank Alarza Stanford Score First Time Wins Of The Season In Cape Town Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes Why you should run on grass How To Beat Piriformis Syndrome Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase Seven Essential Tips For Becoming A Better Swimmer Video Mirinda Carfrae Body Shoot Video how to nail bike climbing for free Video How To Set Up Your Garmin Edge 810 Video How To Ride In Rain And Wet Weather Video Don t Be THAT Triathlete Video 3 Drills For A Better Running Stride Video GCN 20 Minute

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  • Training Camp - Triathlete Europe
    November 20 2013 By Steven Lord of EverydayTraining Jo Carritt and I have our own take on what we want to offer on a training camp and through Training Camp Review Swim Smooth s Casa de Triatlo Camps By Press Release Published May 9 2013 We ve just completed 4 weeks of Swim Smooth Triathlon Triathlon testing Clinics at Casa de Triatlo and whilst it s been busy Tri Dynamic Announce Darren Smith European Tri Camp By Press Release Published April 29 2013 Triathlon training camp specialists Tri Dynamic have just announced details of a European age group tri camp with Elite Coach Darren Smith Report Tri Dynamic Mallorca Spring Tri Camp Report With Joe Friel By Press Release Published March 26 2013 Tri Dynamic have just returned from sunny Mallorca and their most recent tri camp with coaching legend Joe Friel which took place at the Tri Dynamic Launch First Australian Training Camp By Media Release Published November 8 2012 Tri Dynamic is excited to announce the details of our first tri camp in the southern hemisphere And it is a cracker We have teamed up Joe Friel Italian Tri Camp Report By Jim Peskett Published May 24 2012 Joe Friel Italian Tri Camp Report The week long camp was based in the beautiful town of Riccione in the hilly region of Emilia Romagna Next Page Most Read Popular Now Most Watched The 1 Workout To Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises to improve your reactive strength How Pain Tolerance Affects Performance Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Managing Your Energy Levels On The Triathlon Swim Why you should run on grass Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase The Pros And Cons Of SRAM s 1X Setup For Triathletes Swim Cramps What Why How

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  • Ask The Physio: Stress Fractures, Piriformis Problems & Golfers Elbow
    you may find investing in a foam roller or tennis ball for self massage This can be useful as this can alleviate some of the pain and restriction If these problems are ongoing I would seek the advice of a Physio in your local area sooner rather than later so they can home in on things that are specific to you Article continues below If you want to submit a question it s easy Either Tweet it to us at triathleteurope write it in the Comments at the foot of this page or post it on our Facebook page We ll choose a couple of the best questions each month and Laura will provide the answer Question Christopher I have a stress fracture of the 2nd metatarsal How long should it take to heal and resuming running Any tips on care Answer This injury is every runners worst nightmare and is essentially an overuse injury Like muscles bone will remodel build and break down in response to the load that we apply to it Stress responses or fractures happen when we increase our training load more quickly than our body can rebuild Other factors that can predispose you to these problems are inappropriate foot running on irregular surfaces and muscle strength and flexibility issues Treatment of these injuries is ALWAYS rest from running during which you can look into and address any underlying factors We would typically recommend that you rest and offload the foot completely for up to 6 8 weeks this is the standard time frame it will take for a bone to heal or until you are symptom free during walking and rest you have to be honest with yourself here You can cross train during this period but you should be sensible and ensure that your symptoms remain settled Often doctors or physio s can provide aircast boots or splitting which will help to support the foot and allow healing Returning to activity and running should be slow and progressive I would recommend a walk run programme boring but effective where you start with 2 mins walk 1 min run x3 5 times dependent on pain You then start to reduce your walk time until you can run upto 15mins pain free Cycling during the rest period should be fine and some people get into aqua jogging As I m sure you may have read Alistair Brownlee spends his rehab in the pool if its good enough for him its good enough for us right Question Gaz Golfers elbow was sore last year have taken this year off to rest went swimming once and it came back with a vengeance worse than ever before Also shoulder trouble putting my arm above my head hurts fell sleep with my hand behind my head the other day woke up in agony putting my arm down afterwards was extremely painful Couldn t control it as it just flopped down made me yelp a bit As i say i had

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  • Injury - - Triathlete Europe
    is definitely painful If the abrasion is large see Injury Prevention Advice For Triathletes By Kyle Herrig Published March 16 2016 Injury can definitely derail the rhythm of your training program so it s smart to practice preventive measures Thankfully many injury Med Tent Fixing And Avoiding Quad Cramps By Jordan D Metzl M D Published March 14 2016 Suffer from quad cramps Here s how to fix the problem and keep it from coming back A quad cramp can be triggered by several things How To Treat Common Foot Ailments By Susan Lacke Published March 10 2016 Preventing and treating common foot ailments is easier than you think For all the work we do to take care of our bodies the feet are easy How To Improve Foot Strength By Jon Erik Kawamoto MSc CSCS Published March 9 2016 The feet are an important link in the kinetic chain that we sometimes forget about The foot is a dynamic structure that needs to be strong Fixing And Preventing Neck Pain Common In Triathletes By Jordan D Metzl M D Published March 7 2016 Riding in the aero position can lead to aches and pains in your neck muscles or perhaps even a spasm or locking up sensation The Next Page Most Read Popular Now Most Watched The 1 Workout To Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises to improve your reactive strength How Pain Tolerance Affects Performance Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Managing Your Energy Levels On The Triathlon Swim Why you should run on grass Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase The Pros And Cons Of SRAM s 1X Setup For Triathletes Swim Cramps What Why How To Deal With Them Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes The Perfect Two Week

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  • piriformis - Triathlete Europe
    started to recover from a long hard year To help Most Read Popular Now Most Watched The 1 Workout To Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises to improve your reactive strength How Pain Tolerance Affects Performance Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Managing Your Energy Levels On The Triathlon Swim Why you should run on grass Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase The Pros And Cons Of SRAM s 1X Setup For Triathletes Swim Cramps What Why How To Deal With Them Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes The Perfect Two Week Taper Should You Finish A Bad Training Session Swim Tip Getting The Correct Hand Position How to do a proper plank Alarza Stanford Score First Time Wins Of The Season In Cape Town Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes Why you should run on grass How To Beat Piriformis Syndrome Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase Seven Essential Tips For Becoming A Better Swimmer Video Mirinda Carfrae Body Shoot Video how to nail bike climbing for free Video How To Set Up Your Garmin Edge 810 Video How To Ride In Rain And Wet

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  • Run Training: By Time Or Distance?
    amount of time The other group who ran based on time however covered significantly less distance than they did the first time The researchers concluded that this was likely a result of the fact that time cues are less tangible and therefore make it more challenging to judge pace than information based on distance where for example you can actually see the finish line Give yourself a concrete distance to complete for your next all out workout or time trial and you might just go a little faster In addition to noting a difference between time and distance the study reveals that each approach has its own function depending on the desired outcome There are different times in the training cycle and the season when an athlete needs to train on time or distance explains Jennifer Harrison a USA Triathlon Level 2 Coach based in the Chicago area She suggests that running based on time comes in particularly handy when an athlete is in the off season putting in base mileage or is returning from an injury That way the athlete can log miles without worrying how fast they are going she says Mentally that helps a ton As the season gets into full swing Harrison usually prescribes more workouts based on distance That s when we start focusing on run specificity and getting athletes on the track to do intervals with time goals that are specific to their upcoming race she says While time based runs are just as valuable a workout based on distance can give important feedback regarding an athlete s fitness level and projected race times There s a time and a place for each and the right combination may just elicit better competitive results Time Recovery run Turn off the data and just enjoy the run These runs are about letting your body bounce back from a previous workout Fartlek By their nature fartleks are easier to base on time and help with internal pacing Tempo These types of workouts are key to helping an athlete learn pacing based on feel Distance Intervals Intervals on the track or road give you some of the best information on how an upcoming race will go and what you need to work on Non Workout Regular Runs This will help you gauge progress and how much distance you can comfortably cover in a specific amount of time Time or Distance Long Run In the off season or when you re recovering from an injury base the long run on time If you re mid season go with distance to ensure you get in the miles necessary for the distance you will race Related Stories Swim Tip Getting The Correct Hand Position Should You Finish A Bad Training Session The Perfect Two Week Taper How to do a proper plank FILED UNDER Training TAGS advice Better distance psychology run strength time Tips Training Most Read Popular Now Most Watched The 1 Workout To Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises

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