Join triathlon coach Russ Cox for a week of warm weather triathlon training in Lanzarote. Daily coached swim, bike and run catering for a mix of abilities, taking in the climbs and race courses of the island. Ideal for those racing Ironman Lanzarote, Ocean-Lava or Lanzarote 70.3; or for those looking to kickstart their season.
If you're interested in attending a camp email Russ Cox.
2 March 2019 - 9 March 2018
Sands Beach Resort, Lanzarote
With its strong winds and hills, Lanzarote is the perfect location for cycle training. The island is a hub for cyclists and triathletes, road conditions are good and generally quiet. It is also home to the famous Ironman Lanzarote along with numerous other races.
Conditions in March are typically warm, with an average temperature of 18C, little rain and generally lighter winds. A perfect location for a training camp.
Sands Beach Resort in Costa Teguise will provide high quality half board accommodation for the week. The resort includes a 25m pool, trails for running and easy access to Lanzarote's cycling routes.
The focus for these camps is early season training volume, a hint of competition and some fun. Each day will involve swim, bike and run: coached sessions in the 25m pool, guided rides around the island, including the Ironman course, and daily run options to complete the training.
Sessions will incorporate sections of the Ironman bike course and the Lanzarote 70.3 bike course, along with the traditional time trial up Tabayesco.
You can download the itinerary for the 2019 camp below:
The price for the 2019 camp will be £750 per person.
The price will include half board accommodation (based on 2 athletes sharing a room) at Sands Beach Resort along with all coaching and support throughout the camp.
The price does not include travel or insurance. Athletes will need to arrange their own.
A 50% deposit is required to reserve your place, full payment is required in January. Places can be cancelled for a full refund up to 6 weeks prior to camp.
The camp is targeted at Ironman and Half Ironman athletes, but would be suitable for anyone looking for a challenging training week. Cycling will make up the majority of the training and you should be comfortable and prepared to ride daily with distances potentially up to the full Ironman. Athletes should expect between 2 to 7 hours of training per day, although there will be options to do more or less.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact Russ.
Russ Cox, experienced endurance coach and Ironman athlete, will provide a challenging itinerary for all athletes based upon his coaching principles and repeated visits to Lanzarote. He'll join athletes for bike and run sessions providing support and coaching advice as well as coaching poolside every day.
To Make A Reservation
To reserve your place on these camps or if you have any questions simply email Russ Cox.
You can contact Russ through any of the following means: