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Registration open now for Ironman camp

LifeSport coaches will be on hand during the Ironman camp. (Photo courtesy of Ironman)

LifeSport coaches will be on hand during the Ironman camp. (Photo courtesy of Ironman)

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Join us the weekend prior to the Ford Ironman World Championship in Kona for the Official Camp of the Ford Ironman World Championship.

Internationally renowned Ironman coaches Lance Watson and Paul Regensburg will lead the camp and teach you how to have your best race in Hawaii and guide you through a VIP tour of the course. 

Also at the camp will be some top pros who share their tips and inspiration including top 2008 North American finisher Linsey Corbin and the all-time amateur record holder and local Bree Wee.

This camp is available for competitors and non-competitors alike and will serve as a perfect tune up for the legendary Hawaii race. The camp is designed to give the participants the specific knowledge to reach their individual goals and is an absolute must for any triathlete racing in Hawaii this year or in the future. 

Non-racers can stay to spectate the race, cheer on the other campers and learn more about the world championship event.

Race Preparation Training: Swim, bike and run sessions on critical portions of the course will be offered including a run in the famous Energy Lab and cycling on the crucial windy segments to Hawi. 

Options will be provided to suit your taper needs. Non-racers can train longer if desired. 

Feel free to consult the LifeSport coaches there if you have questions. This preparation training is a strategy used by LifeSport’s top athletes to ensure their success at Ironman events.

Lectures and Instruction: Instruction will focus on strategies for pacing and racing the course, dealing with the climate and various conditions, as well and nutrition and mental strategies, including:

– Ocean swimming strategies in non-wetsuit, choppy conditions and a mass start.

– Riding in the heat, hills and extreme winds.

– Running well in humid, tropical conditions.

– Tips and Tricks specific to the Hawaii race

– Nutritional plans/considerations for Ironman

– Socializing with great people

Kona, Hawaii. Oct. 2-4

The cost will be $495. Space is limited and all levels are welcome.

— Find out more:

www.ironman.com

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