Endurance Training Camps

Join The Fast Lab in Moab for our inaugural training camp!

April 24th – 28th in Moab, Utah

We welcome all cyclists and triathletes! 

This training camp will be centered around cycling skills and recovery, with enough volume and intensity needed to explore and appreciate the beautiful canyons and trails of Moab, Utah. 

Camp Overview
This training camp features four days of riding, coaching and skills clinics.  We will be skills focused with enough volume and intensity to explore and appreciate the beautiful canyons and trails of Moab, Utah. 
 
This camp is designed as a means for you to do more miles and raise your riding fitness.  The amenities and group riding allows you to go further, faster! You’ll get supported rides on beautiful routes and the best training environment possible. 
 
Camp Activities to Include:
  • Fully supported and coach-led rides of varying length and difficulty (25 to 65 miles)
  • Recovery yoga and stretch sessions
  • Nutrition education 
  • Skills Clinics
  • Optional hiking and exploring
Who Should Attend:

  • Competitive and recreational cyclists
  • Those that love training in a supported environment, good miles, and big adventures
  • Those seeking performance improvement in upcoming early summer events or category racing
  • Riders with a strong base who wish to focus on climbing
  • Riders who are excited about having one the best weekends ever
Schedule
Daily Schedule: (subject to change)
 
Thursday, April 25th *Camp starts at 2pm*
  • 2pm – 25 mile Ride and Clinic – Unraveling the mysteries of Climbing & Descending
  • 6:30 pm – Camp Kick Off & Dinner (location tbd)
  • 7:30 pm – Proper Nutrition for training and racing with Coach Kathy
Friday, April 26th
  • 6am – Clinic – Pre-ride warm-up with Coach Becky
  • 8 am – Ride 46-66 miles – Dead Horse Point (lunch served at the top of Dead Horse Point)
  • 3pm – return to hotel
  • 5pm – Sunset Hike at Arches National Park
  • Dinner on own
Saturday, April 27th
  • 7:30 am – Ride 60 miles – La Sal Mountain Loop Road 
  • 11:30-12:30 pm – Lunch at summit overlook
  • 4pm – Recovery Clinic – recovery nutrition, foam rolling, stretching
  • Dinner on own
  • 8 pm Yoga – Stretch & Release
Sunday, April 28th
  • 6 am – Morning Core & Yoga
  • 8:30 am – Ride 40 miles – Colorado River Ride
  • 1 pm – Lunch & camp finish
What's Included
  • Included in Camp Cost: $495
    • All coached programs, clinics, and classes
    • Lunch daily and one group dinner
    • Snacks, water and electrolyte drinks during training rides
    • Rides are supported with a follow car for mechanicals, bottles, food, water, clothes, anything you would need to complete your training ride. Full SAG and mechanical support provided by Bike Fiend
    • Two FAST LAB water bottles 

 

NOT included in your camp registration:

    • Lodging: There are a large number of hotels located in town, in a variety of race ranges, within 5 miles of town.
    • Breakfasts and dinners will be on your own, with the exception of our kick-off dinner on Thursday.
    • Any other entertainment (drive in National Park passes, etc.)
Camp Notes

Join the Fast Lab in Moab for an exciting weekend of biking against some of mother nature’s most spectacular scenery. The purpose of the camp is both to provide opportunity to put in some amazing mileage across as we roll through the beautiful red rock canyons and climbs. As well as to enhance your outdoor riding skills along with education on nutrition and recovery. Overall, this camp we aim to help you become a better cyclists and triathletes.

This camp will be coached and led by, Coach Kathy and Becky. Both have Masters in Exercise Physiology and are experienced ride leaders.

  • Coach Kathy specializes in coaching cyclists. She’s been coaching for over 20 years and is a Level 1 USA Cycling Coach. Coach Kathy will help you learn how to improve your climbing and descending as well as nutrition.
  • Coach Becky specializes in coaching triathletes and is a USAT LII coach and IRONMAN Certified Coach. Coach Becky will educate you on proper warm ups and recovery stretching and core development.

We will have SAG support on our longer rides to help athletes and ride leaders make sure everyone is able to have a good experience. As we will have SAG support provided by a local bike shop those of you who want to cut a ride short or who need light mechanical help while out on the road. Though it is encouraged that every athlete come prepared with their own repair kits and hydration/nutrition in case it is a while before our SAG support can get to you. 

Note: Road bikes are the preferred ride choice. Disc brakes are allowed. Tri bikes or riding in aero bars are highly discouraged in groups. If you bring a tri bike you may be asked to sit off the back. You will be asked not to ride in aero bars while riding in the group. 

 

What to Bring

This is not an exhaustive list of everything you may want to bring. However, here are some things that we recommend you bring, depending on what activities you plan on participating in.

  • Bike (tuned, cleaned, and ready to ride)
  • Bike shoes
  • Helmet
  • Bike clothes (shorts, jerseys, socks)
  • Wind vests
  • Cycling gloves (short & full finger)
  • Spare tubes, CO2 cartridges, tire levers, tool set, and other needed mechanical maintenance. 
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat/visor
  • Swim suit for sun bathing or relaxing/hot tub
  • Clothes for hiking
  • Clothes for lounging
  • Sunscreen 
  • Chamois cream
  • Sunglasses
  • Water bottles (The Fast Lab will have 2 for you, but you may wish to bring extras)
  • Favorite snacks/electrolyte/exercise nutrition (we’ll provide some things, but it’s good to bring things you’re comfortable eating)
  • Heart rate and/or power meter
  • Toiletries
  • Small bag to store your personal items in the SAG vehicle

In case of bad weather or for cold mornings:

  • Rain jacket
  • Medium weight jacket
  • Heavy jacket
  • Arm/knee warmers
  • Long finger gloves
  • Knickers
  • Base layers
  • Shoe covers/booties

Note: Road bikes are the preferred ride choice. Disc brakes are allowed. Tri bikes or riding in aero bars are highly discouraged in groups. If you bring a tri bike you may be asked to sit off the back. You will be asked not to ride in aero bars while riding in the group. 

Program Coaches & Support
Training Program will be led by expert Level 1 Cycling Coach Kathy Zawadzki and Level II Triathlon Coach Becky Black. 
Athlete SAG support provided by a local Moab Cyclery
 

Only 15 Spots Available!