The Norwegian women’s team started their dryland camp at Kvitfjell, Norway last Monday. Lots of hard training is on the agenda before they travel to altitude for easier training and higher volume.
– This is a capacity camp with many tough workouts, says coach Svein Tore Samdal.
The first interval session was hill-bounding (“moose-huffs”) with poles up the very steep alpine area used for the 1994 Lillehammer Olympic downhill
– We are doing an intensity period lasting from 10-14 days. The next camp is at altitude in Central Europe and starts August 23. We’ll do lots of volume at that camp.