WINER TRI CAMP 2018: CHARLOTTE

Join us for a TWO DAY camp - FEBRUARY 24-25 in CHARLOTTE, NC, that will feature a swim clinic, bike-handling skills lab and a run session. Plus, we're including a Q&A session on nutrition with Clifton Duhon of Breakthrough Nutrition. If you want a jump-start on your triathlon season, SIGN-UP STARTS NOW! This camp is designed to help you fine-tune your technique for the coming year. Our coaches will equip you to get the best out of your performance this year! You'll experience fundamentals that you can take with you for the rest of your swim/bike/run adventure.

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SWIM

Our swim clinic will incorporates semi-private lessons, a functional strength endurance workout and open water swim skills. Plus, Coach Sami Winter will debut Olympian Sheila Taormina's swim grid system - designed to improve your posture, catch and power in the water.

SATURDAY AFTERNOON

LOCATION: TBD

TIME: TBD

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NO B.S. NUTRITION

Special guest Clifton Duhon of Breakthrough Nutrition will lead this discussion on what to eat for training and racing - and WHY! He will give you the lowdown on how your body processes water, sodium, sugar and carbs for any given race. AND, he has some great tips on how to manage day to day demands during training.

SUNDAY MORNING

LOCATION: TBD

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BIKE

After our morning session, we'll break into our  BIKE HANDLING SKILLS LAB with the Charlie George of TWO WHEELER DEALER in Wilmington. Charlie is a former Charlotte police officer and the cycle patrol force. You'll practice fun drills to help you gain confidence in groups, on training rides and in races.

SUNDAY

MARION DIEHL PARK COMPLEX

TIME: TBD

 

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COACHES ONLY

This special break-out session is for coaches only! Beth Andrew & Sami Winter will split this 90 minute session and give you their best tips and tricks for leading your team in 2018. Coach Winter will present her Top Ten Coaching Tips and a Q&A discussion.  Coach Andrew will present: HOW TO COACH IN 60 MINUTES A DAY - practical coaching hacks to make your job easier. 

SUNDAY MORNING

LOCATION: TBD

 

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RUN

Our run session will feature a group workout with dynamic activation drills, a varied interval session and a functional strength finish.

 

 SATURDAY AM

MARION DIEHL PARK COMPLEX

TIME: TBD

 

 

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LUNCH & LEARN

On Saturday and Sunday, we'll break for lunch at a local spot and you'll get to hear from our coaches. We'll spend a few minutes on our top three tips for 2018 and answer your burning questions!

SATURDAY & SUNDAY LUNCH

 

 --- NOW THROUGH FEB. 15 ---

ONe-DAY PASS: $90

TWO-DAY PASS: $115

COACH'S PASS: $65

 

SATURDAY SESSIONS: Run Training + Lunch & Learn + Swim Session

SUNDAY SESSIONS: Nutrition Session/Coaches Only + Bike Handling + Lunch & Learn

COACH'S PASS includes Swim Session Viewing + Nutrition Session + Coaches Only Classroom Sesh

PRICES INCREASE ON FEBRUARY 15! ORDER NOW!

PLEASE NOTE: The session blocks will remain the same, however, exact times are subject to change.

SPECIAL GUEST COACH: SAMI WINTER Sami is a USA TRIATHLON LEVEL II, USA CYCLING LEVEL 2 &  SWIM SPEED SECRETS coach. Of course, the secret behind her education is in her story and experience. She began running in 2006 and was talked into her first tri shortly after.  She didn't know how to swim and she didn't own a bike, but seven weeks later she did her first 70.3 - and hasn't looked back since. Eight months after that she did Ironman France and since then she's done 92 races, qualified for Kona and finished 17 iron distance races. In 2018, she'll complete her 100th triathlon - including Sweedeman in August followed by IMCopenhagen the following week!   What's more, she's a veterinarian, wise-as-Yoda coach, owns six dogs, wears sparkly eyeliner and wrangles 100s of volunteers for IMNC 70.3 and the WB Marathon.  

SPECIAL GUEST COACH: SAMI WINTER Sami is a USA TRIATHLON LEVEL II, USA CYCLING LEVEL 2 &  SWIM SPEED SECRETS coach. Of course, the secret behind her education is in her story and experience. She began running in 2006 and was talked into her first tri shortly after.  She didn't know how to swim and she didn't own a bike, but seven weeks later she did her first 70.3 - and hasn't looked back since. Eight months after that she did Ironman France and since then she's done 92 races, qualified for Kona and finished 17 iron distance races. In 2018, she'll complete her 100th triathlon - including Sweedeman in August followed by IMCopenhagen the following week!   What's more, she's a veterinarian, wise-as-Yoda coach, owns six dogs, wears sparkly eyeliner and wrangles 100s of volunteers for IMNC 70.3 and the WB Marathon.  

JOIN US: FEBRUARY 24-25