Join CTS athlete Dakota Jones and Premiere Coach Jason Koop in Colorado Springs, CO for a high mileage, big vertical trail running camp that you will not forget. Colorado Springs makes an ideal location for high altitude running in the early season due to its terrain, weather and location. The trails are typically dry up to 12,000 feet at this time of year. This camp is a great opportunity for any trail runner to get the season started on the right foot.
The focus of the camp will be to pack in as many miles and vertical gain as possible. Specific clinics on downhill running and ultra running nutrition will also be available. As a special feature, CTS athlete Dakota Jones will be present to share his experiences in the ultrarunning world.
Colorado Springs, CO
This camp will be held out of the CTS headquarters location in Colorado. Colorado Springs sits at an elevation of 6,035 feet and is home to Pikes Peak and the Garden of the Gods. During this camp you’ll be climbing to elevations between 12,000-14,000 feet.
|Thursday||Noon-6:00 PM- Camp registration at the CTS headquarters. 6365 corporate drive, Colorado Sprjngs, CO 90919. Go for an easy OYO run if you feel like it.6:00 PM- Dinner and overview of the camp. Eat well and rest up, you will need it.|
|Friday||8:00- Breakfast, overview for the day9:30- Trail run ~20-25 miles, ~4:00 w/ 3X 10 min tempo intervals. Focus- proper tempo intensity. Efficient uphill techniqueAfternoon- Clean up and eat lunch6:00- Dinner provided by CTS. Training topic- ultra endurance nutrition|
|Saturday||8:00- Breakfast, overview for the day9:30- Trail run ~20-25 miles. Focus- Steep and technical runningAfternoon- Clean up and eat lunch6:00- Dinner provided by CTS. Training topic- how to set up training for your goal event|
|Sunday||9:30- Trail run 50k+, ~6:00. Focus- Long run, nutritional strategiesAfternoon- Clean and athlete departure|
- Instruction from CTS Coaches and Dakota Jones
- Complete Support with OSMO and PROBAR Nutrition and Hydration products
- All meals during camp
- Sore legs at the end of camp