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You’ll get top notch swim instruction at the picturesque Anderson Beach, which is a large and buoy protected section of Percy Priest Lake. You’ll bike at Natchez Trace, which is arguably one of the best cycling spots in the country. Smooth, challenging, and safe roads that run for 400 miles to Mississippi. You’ll also get to ride and get a video analysis of your run at an old airport that includes a 1.2 mile smooth surface loop that’s closed to vehicles. It’s great for wind training, bike handling and running in heat. Percy Warner Park is a staple at C26 Camp and gives you a beautiful, safe, and challenging run experience of around 800 feet of elevation in 5.8 miles. We also share several meals together and offer a few options for free lodging at local homes. This camp is for everyone and every ability. Don't believe us? Click on the camp website link and listen to some of the feedback from our first 2 years of camps.
2018 Camp Highlight Video
The 2019 Camp Schedule will closely resemble our 2017 and 2018 formats outlined below:
Wednesday Night ———————————— 6:00pm-8:00pm
Dinner/Meet and Greet/Camp Review and Q & A
Thursday - All 3 Day ——————— 6:00am-9:00am
Anderson Road Beach for Open Water Swim work
11:00am - 1:30pm
At the Lab for Run form /Time Trial and Bike skills/Time Trial
Strength training and nutrition seminar at Innate Performance
4:00pm and beyond
Refuel, recover and prepare for Friday
Friday -Hills...... Baby........ 8:00am-11:00am
Hill work on the Trace
Run workout at Percy Warner Park
2:30pm After Free Time
Refuel, Recover, prepare for a Monster Saturday
Saturday - Swim, Ride, Run 6:00am-8:00
Pool workout at Boost Fit Club
9:30am-12:00pm ish Long Ride on the Trace
12:15pm-1:00pm Brick run on the trace .
1:00 -Done for day
**This night we will all plan on meeting for a big camp dinner somewhere TBD
Sunday Long Run or another OWS session. ————————— 6:00 9:00am
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