It’s back! The 3rd Annual TNC Endurance Training Retreat!
It’s one of the highlights of my year! We will fill two cabins near Hayward, WI with as many individuals as the cabins can hold. Then we train hard together, eat LOTS together, have fun challenging each other in strength competitions and other grand adventures. We will spend some time reviewing/learning about training systems, nutrition, and trying new strength work exercises to bring back to your personal routines. We also have plenty of time to enjoy fun cabin activities as well: time on the water, exploring trails, lounging/reading out in the sun, etc!
We always have a hearty – and witty – group of folk attend, so you’re guaranteed to have fun, memorable weekend!
New this year: Brian and Caitlin Gregg, both Nordic Ski Olympians, will be attending a portion of camp. What a great opportunity to work out alongside Olympians, hear them speak about their journeys, and just get to know these two wonderful, giving individuals!
ALL abilities and backgrounds welcome. In the past I’ve hosted individuals wanting to finish their first marathon, triathletes/nordic skiers wanting to work on their run game, individuals trying to learn how to maximize training and nutrition for weight loss – all the way to the sub elite!
Of particular note for this camp:
-It’s perfectly timed 2 weeks before Grandma’s marathon, making it the perfect tune-up weekend to dial in correct goal marathon pace.
-I already have RSVPs from individuals ranging from a 2:35 marathon to a 4:00
Send me an email if you are interested in joining us! I look forward to having you join us this year! firstname.lastname@example.org
Some fun pictures from years past:
|Jimmy Chalmers, Special Olympics advocate and competitor at the 2014 camp. He was coached by Jerry in high school!|
|Main cabin. Typically where the women sleep.|
|The “garbin” (garage/cabin). Typically the men’s cabin.|
|Ahh… the lake!|
|Shenanigans continued… as they seem to do during camp 🙂|
|Food prep for some amazing meals! Each attendee is randomly selected to help prep or clean-up different meals, sometimes leading to meal-time adventures.|
|These two wouldn’t give up during the wall sit, so we added a good “cabin” twist to the challenge|
|It’s pretty cool to see campers really get to know each other over the course of the camp. (sappy coach comment, I know)|