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January 29/11 6:09 am - Pacific Cycling Centre Announces Spring Pre-Season Training Camp

Posted by Editoress on 01/29/11

Pacific Cycling Centre's Spring Pre-Season Training Camp will run on March 14-19 in Victoria, BC. Open to cyclists and multi-sport athletes of all abilities, the camp is a unique opportunity to fine tune racing techniques and skills, and train and work with an Olympic coach and Olympic athletes, prior to the 2011 season. Limited entries will be accepted for this camp.

The six-day camp will focus on aerobic power and endurance capacity development with emphasis on climbing, pace line and sprinting techniques. At an indoor gym session core stability/endurance, flexibility and balance will be evaluated.

The Camp includes:

• Daily training sessions with Pacific Cycling Centre head coach and other coaches
• Presentation on training with power, and recovery based training; athletes will learn how to manage fatigue and recovery from training and competition, question/answer session with PCC Head coach.
• Complete ride support with nutrition and hydration products
• Full mechanical support
• Two dinners

During this camp each cyclist will be observed by the head coach, who will give feedback and assist their 2011 training plans. (Developing an individual program is not part of this camp).

For more information and to register on-line go to

Pacific Cycling Centre is committed to developing the sport of cycling and your very best. In the past 12 years we have proved our ability to produce World Champions and develop cyclists of all levels regardless of your racing ability. We are a leading training centre that produces long term results. The Spring training camp follows on from three very successful camps held over the 2010-11 winter season.


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