“Houshang has proven time and again that he can take any athlete from the novice level to World Class calibre.”
- Erinne Willock
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Winter Training Camp at NCC-P

November 19, 2008

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Getting ready to head out for the first day...



NCC-P will be hosting a Winter Training Camp from December 15 - 19 in Victoria. The Camp is open to non-centre member athletes by invitation or by paying the camp fee, and is subject to centre coach approval. The camp is open to all Junior, U23 and elite cyclists.

The camp will consist of group rides every day, meeting at PacificSport Victoria. Rides will be divided into different groups based on the number of cyclists and their categories. Modifications will be made based on cyclists' abilities and coaches' observations. There will be endurance rides from 80 - 140 kilometres, time trials and 'leg speed' sessions.

Two of the afternoons will have gym sessions at the Pacific Institute for Sports Excellence (PISE) consisting of core stability workouts, stretching, and plyometrics.

All riders must have a helmet, full fenders, proper riding clothing and indoor gym clothing (shoes, shorts etc).

Camp fee for non-centre athletes: $200.00 including pre and post consultation,observation and feedback during the camp and suggestions to develop individual training plans with centre Head Coaches. Full support during the rides, transportation, accommodation and food are not included in the fee.
Deadline to apply: December 10, 2008.

For more information contact us at coaching@pacificcyclingcentre.ca


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