Apart from nice weather and the chance to get away to the sun, everyone has different reasons for attending a training camp. Your aims are likely to vary dependent on your level of competition and the distance you propose to race. Here are some of the benefits you're likely to gain;
Our specialisation is in filming and analysis, with both underwater and slow motion video. Spending time with you, analysing the results, is all part of the camp experience. Here's what we aim to do at the camp:
We're there this summer and available for individual sessions or just to link up. The video on the right will give you a flavour of the islands and if you want to train or swim / cycle / run just get in touch.
Have your swim technique analysed & learn corrective drills specific to you.
Expert analysis and practice aimed at hitting targets.
Cape Verde is perfect practice for Lanzarote and Hawaii
Training with like minded people can really help you improve and if you already know the people it's even easier to get right into the training.
We can set up a training camp to suit your groups ability and pocket. There are many places to stay on Sal, from the Hilton Hotel to house or villa rental. That means you can go out using a package deal or taking a bespoke approach, finding the right accomodation option to suit your party.
There are even boutique hotels on the island, giving a small hotel feel with a little touch of luxury.
It's often the case that one or more members of a family are into triathlon - but not then whole family.
Why not let us set up a camp for you, where the athletes in your family can enjoy some really top training, while the rest of the family enjoys one of the best holiday destinations in the world?
Whether we are arranging a camp for an individual, family, club or group of friends we will set up each camp to the specific requirements of that athlete or group. That can include youngsters, complete beginners or even professional triathletes
Swimming - Pool and Open Water
Slow motion video of your running.
Take ride to Pedre de Lume....
.... or maybe the port of Palmeira.