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November 3/10 17:30 pm - PCC To Offer Second Winter Training Camp

Posted by Editoress on 11/3/10

Pacific Cycling Centre's Second Winter Training Camp will run from December 9-12, 2010. Whether you are a cyclist or triathlete, this is a unique opportunity to train and work with an Olympic coach and Olympic athletes. Find out what you need to know about how to build your 2010- 2011 season foundation and fitness requirements.

Our December off-season training camp is focused on you and your needs to get you going, and we will help you to identify your training targets and build towards your goals and dreams. During camp you will train to build your base aerobic and endurance; techniques, core stability/endurance, flexibility and balance. The group rides aim to develop or improve base endurance and boost your aerobic capacity.

The camp will also feature a presentation by Master coach Houshang Amiri titled: Making Complicated Training Simple.

Observation and feedback by Master coach. During the camp you will get direct feedback on your strength, core strength and endurance, as well as flexibility profiling, suggestions and guidelines to develop an individual training plan during your approach to off-season preparation.

Full Support
Full support is offered during the rides. Transportation, accommodation and food are not included in the fee. (Assistance is available)

Camp Rules
Helmet, full fenders are obligatory, please bring proper riding gear and indoor gym clothing (shorts, running shoes). Meet 10 minutes before the start of each ride and gym session.

Camp Format
Rides will be divided into different groups based on the number of cyclists and their categories. Modifications will be made based on cyclists abilities and coaches observations.

Please visit Pacific Cycling Centre and make your booking today, and receive a 25% discount.


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