Triathlon Training Spain opens its doors to more triathlon enthusiasts than ever

In addition to hosting small groups with its unique 1 coach to 5 athletes ratio, Triathlon Training Spain now welcomes larger groups of triathletes and cyclists, and their coaches offering either guided or coach-assisted support to help improve their experience.


All-inclusive Tri camp Triathlon Training Spain opens its doors to more triathlon enthusiasts than ever before

Following popular demand from visitors worldwide, expert-led Triathlon Training Spain continues to provide its unique 1 coach to 5 athletes ratio despite growing the size of its bespoke, all-inclusive, camps designed for triathlon enthusiasts of all abilities.

The Trisutto coaching certified training camp based just North of Alicante, which has always​ ​focused on smaller groups, offers programmes for triathletes, swimmers and cyclists who wish to improve their technique and performance. Triathlon Training Spain is now equipped to welcome more athletes than ever before, while continuing to maintain the premium high standards to significantly help each attendee reach his/hers goals. The team offers the unique experience of having coaches available at all times, making the stay as much of a training camp as an educational one.

In addition to hosting small groups, Triathlon Training Spain now welcomes larger groups of triathletes and cyclists, and their coaches. Assisting these groups, the team can provide either guided or coach-assisted support to help improve the overall experience.

Owner of Triathlon Training Spain and Trisutto​ ​certified coach, Martin Hill, said: “We are delighted to grow our camp capacity to cater to the boom in triathlon enthusiasts. Having established our camps at the fantastic four-star Bonalba Hotel, which has accommodated many triathletes and professional cycling teams, we are excited about the year ahead and look forward to welcoming larger training groups to our facilities. Bonalba Hotel is tucked away in a well-established golf resort, allowing for full relaxation after a training session, including the use of the large outdoor leisure pool.”

Ideally situated to offer exceptional conditions for triathlon training all year round, the mountains that surround the camp provide spectacular views that make the venue a perfect setting for training. The region also has an enviable road network providing cyclists with the essential conditions for effective training 365 days a year.

IRONMAN and ASA certified coach Matt works alongside his father Martin and brings his National-level swim expertise to the bespoke programmes. Matt is a postural correction and strength training specialist who focuses on technique to help participants reach new standards.

Triathlon Training Spain is now offering swimrun camps following increasing popularity in the activity.

The team also provides an online coaching service for coaches to offer similar tailor-made training plans that are accessible for all. The website provides information for online training and is a convenient tool for athletes to start following a plan before experiencing the camp, and an easy way to keep up to date with training after attending Triathlon Training Spain.

The complete list of available camp experiences can be found on the website: https://triathlontrainingspain.com/home/training-camps/camp-types/

Set to become a reference for all athletes, Triathlon Training Spain provides the tools and support to help all athletes achieve the next level of their training.

For more information on Triathlon Training Spain, visit ​​www.​triathlontrainingspain.com

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