Training Camps / Events
Performance Endurance Training (PET) has organised a virtual challenge set around the North Coast 500 in Scotland which is 515 miles long with 10,498m of climb. The challenge if you accept it is to run/walk your way as a team around the route which is divided into 42 stages of varying lengths from 2.6miles to 21.3miles.
Each team will be made up of between 5 – 10 members; all members must be aged 18 and over. Each stage must be completed in one single run/walk by a team member and the time recorded for that stage. Remember to play to your team’s strengths when you divide up the 42 stages; they can completed in any order as long as they are all completed within the week.
There are 16 stages over HM distance and they should be undertaken by experienced longer distance members of your team. Teams will have 7 days to complete the challenge between 0500hrs Monday 12 April to 2000hrs Sunday 18 April 2021.
This challenge is being organised to raise much needed funds for SAMH; Scotland’s largest mental health charity – https://www.samh.org.uk/ As we all know, mental health difficulties affect one in four people in any one year and our current situation has heightened the challenges for many people. Within this challenge there are no prizes for the winning teams just lots of kudos and that warm fuzzy feeling you get from doing something good with likeminded people. If you want a medal buy one, knit one or get out the paper mache.
Full details are provided in the linked documents below:
Performance Endurance Training are delighted to offer you the following Camp opportunities. There is literally something for everyone. Full camp details are provided near to the camps but please ask any questions in the meantime through the ‘Contact Me’ button on the home page.
Training Camps 2021
PET NC500 Training camp -Do you want to get together with a like minded group of runners for a couple of days group training? A mix of off road reps, reflecting on the science of running, two sessions with @58degreesnorth Gym, and a long coast run on the NC500.
All peppered with lots of chat, cake and good company. Maximum camp capacity of 16; only 2 places left.
Camp costs to be confirmed upon booking of halls and gyms
Train to Race camp – to be rescheduled due to Covid, Great Glen Way (final venue tbc). This camp is for those runners who are keen to understand more about how to convert the process of training to the outcome when racing. Athletes will be taken through discussions on how to get the most out of your training as well as training with others and the opportunity to eat, sleep and talk running.
Cateran Trail Challenge (CTC) – to be rescheduled due to Covid. 65miles with 2,466m ascent over 3 days, 5 runs – 15, 8, 15, 10.5, 16.5. Following the success of the Great Glen Way Challenge multi-day ultra in 2019, I was tasked with organising another challenge by the original GGW campers, which had to be postponed to 2021. There will be a single run on the 1st day, followed by two days of double runs early am and mid pm. Accommodation (with hot tub) is booked in Blairgowrie and will act as our base for the long weekend, with all minibus transport and support provided. The ultra is a challenge and not a race, with the group supporting each other to successfully, and with lots of laughs, complete the miles each day. If you have ever wanted to do an ultra, how about starting with a multi-day ultra. Challenge cost £300 including shared accommodation, minibus transport, first aid and insurance, all meals except evening meals.
Run Strong – to be rescheduled due to Covid. Learn how to compliment your current endurance training with structured strength and conditioning in order to get the most out of your body, with circuit style training and technical barbell sessions. This weekend’s camp will be lead by Sarah Dunnett, MSc Strength and Conditioning, Level 2 British Weightlifting Coach, at her new 58 Degree North gym. Sarah who will cover the theoretical principles of why you should be incorporating various modalities of training to enable you to run strong. There will be an opportunity to participate in practical sessions as well as understand the theory behind strength and conditioning for endurance athletes. Lifting classes will also be complimented with endurance based running sessions on the NC500. Final costs will be confirmed once accommodation is booked but is expected to be no more than £175 including shared accommodation, coaching, gym access and all food except Saturday night meal out.
Great Glen Way Challenge (GGW) – one place left Thursday 12th – Sunday 15th August, Great Glen Way. 74 miles over 4 days – 10.5, 22.5, 22, 19. Long days will be done over two shorter runs early am and mid pm with a single site accommodation in Drumnadrochit and minibus back up for all transport and support – affectionately named the ‘cake mobile’. The ultra is a challenge and not a race, with the group supporting each other to successfully, and with lots of laughs, complete the miles each day. If you have ever wanted to do an ultra, how about starting with a multi-day ultra. There is the option for runners to do a single run each day and then support other runners. Challenge cost – £300 including shared accommodation, minibus transport, first aid and insurance, all meals except evening meals.
Bookings and costs – Camp costs will be confirmed on confirmation of accommodation, and bookings must be finalised with full payment at least four weeks prior to the camp date. The multi-day ultra camps must be confirmed two months before these camps and costs are indicated above. Please contact me via e-mail using the ‘Contact Me’ button on the home page for further details or to book a place.
P.E.T. camps tend to sold out quickly and most camps when advertised, only have limited places available. All camps are small and bespoke to ensure a quality experience for all.
Training Camp Package
Do your running friends / squad / club arrange training camps and would benefit from the input of qualified and experienced Endurance and/or S&C coaches? Sarah Dunnett and I have current extensive experience of delivering training camps for junior and senior athletes from club to GB standard, focusing on road running, cross country, mountain and trail running.
These training camps provide the perfect blend of endurance sessions, insightful discussions on thought provoking topics such as motivation, goal setting, S&C, injury prevention, nutrition, the balance of training, tapering, the perfect athlete and many more, and are guaranteed to enthuse and educate your group. The camp content will be set against the goals of the group identified through a questionnaire for individual attendees.
Input can be provided to a pre-arranged camp either in the UK or abroad or a full camp including venue, catering, training routes, training sessions, discussions to suit the group can be organised.
Please contact me to inquire further about Training camps using the ‘Contact Me’ button on the home page.