Fancy training in the sun? Running, cross training, stretching, analysing. It is all possible with Robin Brew Sports marathon training camps at Club La Santa...
Our friends at Robin Brew Sports have recently held their first warm weather marathon camp at the world’s number one sports and activities resort, Club La Santa in Lanzarote. It was such a success they have just confirmed two further weeks. Keep reading to find out how this camp will help your running.
Club La Santa is the world’s number one sports and activities resort with outstanding facilities for running including an on-site 400m track and an abundance of beautiful coastal routes on trails and the road. Robin Brew Sports has been running international training and coaching camps for more than three decades and has a wealth of experience in the organisation and delivery of outstanding coaching.
Whatever your ability level, or experience you will find the Warm Weather Marathon Training Camp a valuable and hugely enjoyable experience and one that is likely to put you on the start line in the shape of your life. With a great coaching team delivering invaluable marathon preparation training, you can be assured of a warm welcome and a highly rewarding and specific programme of activities bespoke for marathon runners preparing for important races.
You will love the organised daily run sessions of varying distances (with aid stations on longer runs over 10km), track sessions, skills and drills sessions, tempo runs and practice races. All begin with a structured pre-run mobility session and finish with a post-run active recovery and stretching session.
In addition, timetabled into the training camp will be yoga and Pilates sessions for runners, functional strength and injury prevention training. The key workshop sessions will ensure your race day performance is optimised with advice on running technique, pre-race and race day nutrition, tapering and pacing.
Every course member will receive a video analysis of their running technique highlighting areas that are most likely to lead to improvements and longer-term injury prevention.
Robin explains what makes these camps so special: “We are proud to say that the most important element of our camps is how we engage with our course members. People always come first and we treat all our guests with the utmost respect and aim to provide them with the very best coaching support to achieve their own personal goals and aspirations.
“It helps that we create a fantastic environment surrounded by world-class facilities and world-class coaches with a wealth of experience and genuine warmth. All course members need to do is turn up and enjoy being at the centre of amazing coaching support and development.
“It is a very special privilege to be in a position to make a difference to people’s lives in more ways than just physical training or conditioning. Our coaching goes much further and the way in which it helps individuals grow in confidence and self-belief is truly wonderful. To see the improvement in a short period of time is the reward. Our main priority is to ensure course members on the marathon camp gain the absolute most they can through great structure and coaching.”
WHAT THEY SAID:
- “The camp was beyond my expectations.” Ronan
- “The training & facilities were outstanding. What was the biggest gain for me was experiencing just what a difference the structured mobility and activation training along with specific stretching made to my running.” Adrian
- “Great friendly environment with very professional coaching from Robin & his team.” Sarah