Committing yourself to a training camp is the perfect way to develop your skills and escape the blue hues of Europe during this time of the year. Join Irene Coletto for a productive triathlon camp in the islands of Fuerteventura and learn how to be more efficient and intentional with your training. Train, eat, sleep, and repeat in copious sunshine and beautiful views in a triathlete’s paradise – discovering passion in your sport and forming friendships with your team. All levels are welcome!
If you’re a triathlete seeking an exciting experience with the incentive to challenge yourself and develop your mental fortitude, then this camp is for you—all you need is drive, determination, and the resilience to persevere in the face of struggle. Coach Irene will guide you through technique, answer any questions, and draw on her expertise in moulding you into the best athlete you can be, laying the foundation and preparing you for the new season ahead. Having a new stimulus can help you break through any obstacles and the monotony of your training, and Fuerteventura is the optimal destination – with its well-kept roads and warm weather conditions – for you to experience new challenges.
Join Coach Irene and experience immense growth and lighthearted fun along with acquiring new skills to enhance your performance as a triathlete!
Irene Coletto is a Trisutto certified coach with coaching qualifications from the Italian Triathlon Federation (FITRI) and Nutrition and Sport Integration (AICS - Italian Association for Culture and Sport). Her journey as a professional triathlete spanned from 2018 to 2020. Since then, she has transitioned to coaching for various prominent camps. Irene has coached at Playitas Resort in Spain, Thanyapura Resort in Thailand, Poggio all’Agnello in Italy, and more. Additionally, she served as the Team Coach of Gabbiano Triathlon Squad in Italy, bringing a wealth of experience to her coaching. Presently, she is involved in formative camps with Edith Niederfiniger.
WHAT YOU GET
- Learn the principles of periodization (trisutto.com): the training mix, psychology, and physiology; athlete development; and the use of races within these considerations
- Swim Training: technique, use of swim tools, and stroke correction
- Bike Training: positioning, technique for the individual athlete, bicycle and component selection, skills, and tools
- Run Training: technique for the individual athlete, shoe choice, use of run tools (hills, track, treadmill, road)
- Triathlon: integration of swim, bike, and run into the one training approach
- Injuries: prevention, treatment, athlete mentality, and training around or through them
- Race Execution: strategy for the individual athlete and season goals
- 6 days of intense training coupled with fun
- Develop your mental fortitude and resilience with like-minded individuals
- Open water swimming
Welcome to Playitas Resort, where paradise meets relaxation and adventure. Whether you’re seeking a tranquil retreat or an action-packed getaway, Playitas has it all. Get ready to soak up the Spanish sun, explore the stunning surroundings, and indulge in world-class amenities. Come and experience the Playitas difference for yourself!
A sub-tropical climate with hot summers and very mild “spring-like” winters, usually with year-round sunshine. August is the hottest month and January is the coldest month, with average temperatures of 25°C and 18°C, respectively.
There are many direct flights to Fuerteventura from various international destinations, particularly from major European cities and airports.
Spanish is the primary language spoken by the local population of Fuerteventura.
The currency used in Fuerteventura, like the rest of Spain, is the Euro (EUR).
Fuerteventura, often referred to as the “Island of Eternal Sunshine”, is the second-largest island in the Canary Islands located in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Africa. It is a captivating tourist destination that beckons travellers with its turquoise swimming lagoons, endless beaches, and year-round sunshine. Fuerteventura offers a diverse range of travel experiences, from its pristine coastlines to its dramatic volcanic landscapes. It's a must-visit haven for those seeking a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure.
- Betancuria (21.2 km)
- Parque Natural de Corralejo (53.8 km)
- Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura (28.7 km)
- Acua Water Park (60.0 km)
- Ajuy Caves (23.2 km)
Spain, located on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe, is a country of rich cultural heritage and diverse landscapes. Known for its vibrant cities, such as Madrid, Barcelona, and Seville, as well as its stunning Mediterranean and Atlantic coastlines, Spain offers a unique blend of historical landmarks, artistic treasures, and a lively culinary scene. Flamenco music and dance, bullfighting, and the works of iconic artists like Gaudi and Picasso are just a few facets of Spain's artistic and cultural tapestry. Its historic sites, including the Alhambra, Sagrada Familia, and the medieval streets of Toledo, make it a haven for history enthusiasts. With a warm climate, a passion for siestas, and a culinary tradition centered on tapas and paella, Spain effortlessly combines a relaxed lifestyle with a deep appreciation for its rich history and contemporary flair.