I just came back from mine, you might be on your way? Hopefully you are ready for some good hours of training, and took the week before leaving bit more easy. And don’t stress with finishing the important work issues, or with packing, or with nothing. Stressing yourself will low your resistance, and the risk of getting sick in the flight on the way down, will get higher, you don’t want this…not now, so sleep well the night before, get on the holiday and training mode and get into the flight
On the training camp we normally put many more hours of training and rest as well as do more quality training, into our plan. And mostly the training is concentrating into biking and running, as these 2 disciplines take more time, and that time we don’t have so much in our regular trainingweek. Swimming you can just keep on going, so you don’t have to learn it again when returning home
Be sensible with the training hours on the camp, so you don’t destroy your summer with overtraining nor injuries. If you have got used to train 10-15 hours normally, might 30 hours on a camp be just on the limit to be too much. Listen to your body and follow the signs of it as the training camp is not only for training, but also the extra time for restitution is important.
And one more issue to remember:
Rest and relax with some light training and total days off, when you get home again. Don’t continue with overloading, but get the meaning out of your camp, see you out there!
Some shoots from my camp: