Camps

2015 Blue Ridge Cycling Camp Day Three Recap: Beech Mountain

Coach P

Day 3: Mast Gap Annex, Beech Mountain, Shulls Mill and even a Jagaround! After riding Mount Mitchell, it’s hard to find something that folks will still find epic. The answer? Shorten the ride to the suffering but work even harder! Beech Mountain is a three mile climb that averages around 9%. It so happened that…

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2015 Blue Ridge Cycling Camp Day Two Recap: To Mount Mitchell

Coach P

Day Two: Linville Falls to Mt Mitchell [aka 11,000+ ft Climing Day!] At the start of Day Two, I promised NO GRAVEL. However I said nothing about climbs, wind, flying icicles, sleet or 11,000 feet of suffering. All were had on this epic day of cycling. This is about as close to West Coast riding…

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2015 Blue Ridge Cycling Camp Day One Recap

Coach P

Coach Note: The Blue Ridge Camp is our annual cycling (and apparently beer sampling!) trip to Boone, NC. We ride four amazing days, building incredible fitness on the bike. Boone is centrally located, so 80% of campers drive here, with the rest flying to Charlotte — super easy! Learn more about the camp online here!…

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2015 Blue Ridge Cycling Camp Day One Recap

Coach P

Coach Note: The Blue Ridge Camp is our annual cycling (and apparently beer sampling!) trip to Boone, NC. We ride four amazing days, building incredible fitness on the bike. Boone is centrally located, so 80% of campers drive here, with the rest flying to Charlotte — super easy! Learn more about the camp online here!…

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2015 January Volume Camp Recap

Coach P

This was our first annual foray down to the warmer climates of Florida for โ€œwinter triathlon break,โ€ and by all accounts it was an incredible success. We had 10 campers join us for a 4-day training block that included 7000 yards of swimming, 240 miles of cycling, and 20+ miles of running.

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Planning 2015 Volume Camps with Endurance Nation

Coach P

Endurance Nation puts on several key volume camps for our athletes and the general triathlon community. These camps are an opportunity to inject some serious endurance fitness into your seasonal progression, but they are hard to find and harder to get into. We have two specific camps left for 2015 that have a few open slots. Please review the options and consider joining us!

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Endurance Nation Wisconsin Training Camp, 2014 Re-Cap

Rich Strauss

Coach Rich recaps Endurance Nation’s 2014 Wisconsin training camp, sharing his wealth of experience on and knowledge of the course.

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Mont Tremblant Training Camp Recap

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  Another year, another new training camp. This weekend saw the Team in beautiful Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada to prepare for the full-distance triathlon, the 2014 Ironmanยฎ ยฎ Mont Tremblant. ย You can learn more about our training camps on the officialย Endurance Nation Camps Page. Day One: Bike 112 Miles, Run 6 Miles The goal of…

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Blue Ridge Camp 2014 – Day Four Report

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Preparing to Ride! After three solid days of riding and incredible weather, the group was torn. Some folks wanted to go ride one more mountain. Other folks wanted the safety of a simple out and back on the Parkway. And a handful of others wanted something off the Parkway but not insane. Sometimes you lead,…

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Blue Ridge Camp 2014 – Day Three Report

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  After the epic trip to Mount Mitchell, we all needed something really different. Ups and Downs were approved, but it couldn’t be gargantuan…no ten mile climbs, please! On Day Three of camp, we opted for a modified version of the Blue Ridge Brutal, with either a 51 or a 74-mile option. As the elevation…

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