2019 Open Sky Training camp calendar

Prepare for your A race with a multi-day triathlon training camp experience.

ost-logoOpen Sky Training camps offer extensive coach contact, 12-56 mile open road rides with specific workout prescriptions aimed at race events, small group swim skills development at Bard College pool, open water lake swims, and sport specific clinics. Run & ride beautiful vistas, combine routes to go any distance, and enjoy delicious food in the company of fellow athletes.

The camp fee includes accommodation, coaching, and all meals (the food is outstanding). A 10% discount is available to Startline Coaching athletes on any camp date.

2019 camp schedule:

  • May 10-12 – Led by Startline Coaching – Coach Peter
  • June 7-9
  • June 22-23 – Led by Startline Coaching – Coach Peter
  • August 9-11

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2018 Open Sky Training camp calendar

Prepare for your A race with a multi-day training camp experience.

ost-logoOpen Sky Training camps offer extensive coach contact, 12-56 mile open road rides with specific workout prescriptions aimed at race events, small group swim skills development at Bard College pool, open water lake swims, and sport specific clinics. Run & ride beautiful vistas, combine routes to go any distance, and enjoy delicious food in the company of fellow athletes.

2018 Camp schedule:

  • May 18-20 – Led by Startline Coaching – Coach Peter
  • June 8-10 – Led by Startline Coaching – Coach Peter
  • June 22-24
  • August 3-5

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The camp is fully catered (the food is outstanding) and includes accommodations while spots in the house last

Off Season Kickoff 10/28/17

Alarm-Clock-1Kickoff & registration for the Start Line Coaching “2017 Brooklyn off season training program” is at 7:30 am @Connecticut Muffin, Corner of Prospect Park West & 15 St in Brooklyn. Please bring your completed paperwork or register on site.

  1. Program details
  2. Coaching Agreement
  3. USAT Event Waiver – Event #244119 – 2017 Brooklyn Off Season Training Progression

Workout begins at 8:00 am sharpish!

The kickoff workout will be strength & running. Overdress and be sure to bring gloves. Expect to be in the push up/plank position.

A good season starts with developing a strong core!

Running Drills – Spend the time

There are many running drills out there that have been developed over many years by elite track & field coaches. For athletes it is important to just focus on a couple at a time, and do them consistently, in order to improve. Jumping randomly from drill to drill without consistent execution will not give your body a chance to imprint the new neuromuscular patterns effectively.

New movements will create struggle. Start will less complex drills. Relax and think of the rule of sixes. You have to do a new drill at least six times before you start to feel some confidence and change.

Good starting drills are:

  1. Pony – Focuses on ground contact & lifting the heel
  2. High knee skipping or A skip – Hip flexion, posterior chain development, and ground contact recoil.
  3. Grapevines – Balance and coordination when moving laterally. Strength and development of inner & outer thigh.
  4. Strides – Development of stride fluidity at faster running paces.