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Andi Böcherer in the pool at Playitas and this whole facility is heaven for triathletes who want to get away and train uninterrupted.
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There are plenty of climbs to be done on Fuerteventura and the wind is always willing to assist in making those training sessions hard.
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Up, up and up and not much traffic to contend with. But athletes still have to be careful.
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There was also plenty of core and strength training in addition to cycling, running, swimming, eating and sleeping.
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Back in the pool with the sun in the sky and a few onlookers on deck.
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The pool at Playitas.
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Böcherer aboard his Cube road bike.
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A quick stop before the ride continues.
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Böcherer said that on the last day of camp he no longer tries to have a monster session. He especially tries to avoid those 200 km bike outings to soak up as much sun as possible.
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But it is not just hanging out either. Moderation is the key.