Last year we had to take a break from hosting this amazing camp but it's back for 2019 and we can't wait!
The camp will begin on Wednesday, June 26th with group introductions and a team building activity once everyone is settled into the team house.
Camp will run through Sunday, June 30th with things wrapping up around lunch time.

What to expect at TriMax Training Camp:

Campers will be treated to a delicious home-made breakfast each morning to ensure they are fueled up for that days training. All food allergies/sensitivities will be accommodated! We will be swimming, cycling and running all over beautiful Lake Placid, a variety of routes will be used including the Ironman Lake Placid courses so this is a great camp for those preparing for the Full Ironman or 70.3 Lake Placid events. You do not need to be training for one of these events, however, to attend this camp. It is recommended that Triathletes be able to Swim 1 mile, ride at least 50 miles and Run 6.5 miles prior to arriving at camp. With that said, you do not need to be a triathlete to come to camp. Aqua-bikers and Duathletes will also benefit tremendously from these four days of training.

Campers will also participate in a number of educational activities to discuss:
Nutrition
Bike Maintenance
Injury Prevention
Strength Training

So, if you're looking to get away for a long weekend in a beautiful location, learn about training and racing, get in some solid workouts and make some amazing memories, this is the camp for you!

The camp fee is $800.00, this includes your housing, breakfast each day, one team dinner, full-time coaching and a wealth of knowledge.

A housing deposit of $500 is due by April 21st. This is not refundable, however it can be transferred to another athlete.

Once the house is full, campers can still sign up if they arrange their own housing. This will include all of the coaching and knowledge as well as the team dinner for $500.

Tell your friends, it's going to be a great time!

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