Training Camps

Startline Coaching offers multi-sport, cycling, and swim camps in a variety of beautiful locations, durations and price points. Camps offer athletes the opportunity to focus on their sport, receive extensive coach guidance, increase fitness, and acquire new skills and knowledge.

Multi-sport camps:

Startline Coaching offers self-catered weekend multi-sport training camps in scenic Lake Placid, specifically targeted to Ironman Lake Placid training & race strategy development.

Lake Placid camps develop confidence and familiarity with the entire Ironman race course (swim, bike & run). As part of the Lake Placid training sequence for Startline Coaching athletes, campers will tune their pace, power, heart rate, and nutrition prescriptions for the event. No stone is left unturned.

2020 dates to be announced

Startline Coaching partners with Open Sky Training to offer fully catered weekend camps in the picturesque Hudson Valley. Camps offer extensive coach contact, 12-56 mile open road rides, specific workout prescriptions aimed at targeted race events, small group swim skills development at Bard College pool, open water lake swims, and sport specific clinics on a wide variety of multi-sport topics.

Run & ride beautiful vistas, combine routes to go any distance, and enjoy delicious food in the company of fellow athletes. Receive direct instruction on your swim technique, and increase your open water experience.

Startline coaching athletes enjoy discounted camp rates. 2020 dates to be announced

Strong Like Bull is an annual 2 week long bicycle / triathlon training camp in the mountains of Spain modeled in the style of professional European pro team Spring training camps. 

The camp features 3-6 hour training rides in the mountains with follow car, athlete friendly nutritionist designed meals, all conducted within the context of a stunningly beautiful and culturally unique setting.

Camp #1 – 2/21/2020 – 2/29/2020

Camp #2 – 2/29/2020 – 3/8/2020 – attended by Startline Coaching athletes & coach

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