28/03/2018 at 19:48
I attended this camp too. It was my 2nd ETE camp. In fact 4 of the 11 of us were attending our second ETE camp which indicates a high level of satisfaction. Cyprus is a long flight from the UK but our centre was only 10 minutes from the airport. I'm not sure there would be many places nearer to the UK with the fine weather we had all week in March. The roads round Paphos were fairly quiet and particulary so when we headed to the mountains on our long ride. ETE and Mokapot intend to develop it as a triathlon destination in the future. I have been on tri camps in Denia Spain, Gran Canaria and Mallorca where the traffic was much worse. For me the strength of Trisutto's training methods are their simplicity, and this was reflected in coach Perry Agass's presentation, which I got alot from. Having done triathlons seriously for about 15 years I know there is no magic bullet. You just need to do the training. My recollection of the week is that Perry, although very busy did make a point of giving coaching advice, particularly in swim technique. There's only so much a coach can do in a week. Having been on camps with Trisutto, Club la Santa and Squad Dezire, (Perry's old squad) this was for me the best. I enjoyed a good week of hard training, great company, and will probably be back next year.
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