The challenge consists of three workouts designed by renowned coaches Kevin Poulton, Greg Henderson and Matt Rowe. Each of the three workouts will focus on an individual area that reflects the three disciplines covered at the camp: climbing, time trialling and sprinting.
Upon completing the challenge, riders will receive an email acknowledging completion and an opportunity to record a one-minute video interview, explaining why they deserve a place at the camp.
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From these interviews, six Zwifters will be chosen to attend, and the three coaches will provide a tailored workout regimen for each rider.
Training at the camp and using the block of structured and useful training provided by the Power Up Training Camp workouts, riders should gain valuable insight into improving their fitness.
The training camp in Spain will also cover nutrition and recovery — two key elements to riding success — which should will help riders tackle their goals for 2019 and beyond.
If you’re in need of a 2019 goal, you will also be in with a chance of winning a place at next year’s L’Etape du Tour by completing the challenge. L’Etape du Tour is the amateur edition of the Tour de France which covers one of the same stages as the pros.
To be eligible to enter, riders must fully complete the challenge over the course of a week, commencing 15 October.