Calvin Zaryski

Calvin Zaryski

CoachCal has been coaching for over 30 years. Not just focusing on athletes, but on individuals whose goals range from climbing Mount Everest to recapturing the power of active living.

Sunday, 28 July 2019 05:17

Running Maui Camp

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January 11th - January 19th, 2020

Travel Days are: Saturday, January 11th and Sunday, January 19th
Activity Days are Sunday, January 12th - Saturday, January 18th
Arrival Date Must be on or before Saturday, January 11th
Facilitated and Organized Michael Covey and Local Hostess Kelly Hardin

Pay Your Deposit Now!


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What's missing…You!


Go here to view some IronSpeed Maui camp pictures from previous years.

Accommodations

Banyan Maui Bed and Breakfast Inn: Cottages and Suites
For Slide Show of Banyan Maui B & B go here

The Banyan Bed and Breakfast Inn has 7 guest cottages and suites. Under the Historic Plantation House roof is one of the cottages (Plumeria) and all 3 of the suites; it can be rented as a 2, 3 or 4 bedroom house.

Each cottage and suite has it's own entrance, private bathroom and kitchenette. Each kitchenette includes a small refrigerator, microwave oven, toaster and coffee maker with fresh ground coffee, teas, hot cocoa etc.

Accommodations Fees

$100.00 USD per night* including taxes! *Based on double occupancy.
Some Private Cottages are available for an additional fee.

Camp Food Breakfasts and Dinners will be included in your camp fees!
Lunches, snacks etc. are on your own. Each cottage has a small fridge and shopping trips will be frequent.
Running fuel will be provided in the sag vehicle along with Gatorade, Water and Coke.

Camp Fee $1400.00 USD (600.00 Deposit to hold your Spot)

Refund Policy

600.00 usd to hold your spot. A 100.00 usd administration fee will be held back if you cancel before December 1st. Between December 1st and Camp Start full deposit will be kept.
Full Camp Fees Due December 1,  with no further refunds if you need to cancel. Credits may be offered for a future camp.

Maui IronSpeed Camp Itinerary

Saturday: Arrival and Getting Organized (Pool and Hot Tub at the Banyan:)

All campers must arrive on this Saturday to allow for time and effort in getting organized. We will pick you up from the Airport. Camp debriefing and Consent Form Signage will take place throught the day.


 

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Sunday: Mild Temperatures and Moderate Altitude at Poli Poli State Park Run

7am-8am Optional Run from Banyan in Makawao
8am-9am Breakfast
11am-2pm Trail Run in Upcountry Poli Poli State Park (6500ft-8000ft)
3pm-5pm Shop in Makawao / Free Time at Banyan
6pm-7pm Catered Dinner
7pm-8pm Social Introductions and Questions about Ultra Running

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Monday: Hawaiian Bamboo Hike and Track Night

7am-8am Catered Breakfast
9am-11am Spectacular Bamboo Hike on the Road to Hana
11am-2pm Baldwin Beach Free Time / Shopping Paia
 5pm-6:30pm Track Session at Memorial Track
7pm-8pm Catered Dinner
   

Haleakala run

Tuesday: High Altitude Road Run from 7000-10,035 Ft (Summit of Haleakala)

7am-8am Breakfast
9am-12pm "Run to the Sun"  High Altitude 3000 ft Climb on 3-6% Paved Grade
6pm-7pm Catered Dinner
7pm-10pm Massages (Camper Pay: Not Included in Camp Fees)

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Wednesday: Haleakala Crater Run and Hike (10,035 down to 6500, Hike out back to 8000ft)

7am-8am Catered Breakfast
9am-10am Transport to Summit of Haleakala
10am-1pm Run and Hike in Crater for pick up at 8000ft
 2pm-5pm  Free Time in Makawao
6pm-7pm Catered Dinner
7pm-10pm Massages (Camper Pay: Not Included in Camp Fees)

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday: Recovery Run on Beach / Shopping and Happy Hour

7am-8am Catered Breakfast
 9am-2pm  Exploring Beach in Wailea / Shopping / Happy Hour Drinks
6pm-7pm Catered Dinner
7pm-10pm Massages (Camper Pay: Not Included in Camp Fees)

 

Friday: Road Marathon and Optional Relay Marathon to Hana

5am-5:45am Pre Race Small Breakfast
6:30am-12pm Road Run from Maui Winery to Kipahulu Visitor Centre
12pm- 3pm Post Run Food PicNic at Hamoa Beach / Swimming / Relaxing
3pm-4pm Travel Back to the Banyan Via Hana HiWay
6pm-7pm Catered Dinner
7pm-10pm Massages (Camper Pay - Not Included in Camp Fees)
 



Saturday: Beach Day and Short Run in Kaanappali

7am-8am Catered Breakfast
9am-10am Travel to Kaanappali / Lahaina
10am- 11am Beach Run
11am-12pm Relaxing / Sun Tan
12pm-2pm Lunch (Camper Pay) and Shopping
6pm-7pm Wrap Up Dinner

 


Sunday: You will be transported to the Airport for your departure.

Camp Coaches and Leaders

Michael Covey: Professional Triathlon Coach and Trainer
Chef Corey: Consuelo Bronick  (CONSUELOS KITCHEN)
Kelly Hardin: Maui's Own Hostess and Director
 
For a detailed testimonial and more information, contact CoachCal

 

Pay Your Deposit Now!

Friday, 08 February 2019 22:27

11th Annual Ironspeed Hawaii Final Payment

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March 16th - March 24th, 2019

Travel Days are: Saturday March 16th and Sunday March 24th
Activity Days are Sunday March 17th - Saturday March 23rd
Arrival Date Must be on or before Saturday March 16th
Facilitated and Organized Michael Covey and Local Hostess Kelly Hardin
 

This page is for those of you who have made your deposit and are paying the remainder of your fees. Please click the Buy Now button below.

If you haven't made your initial deposit, please go here to do so.

CriticalSpeed is offering a weekend 90' Bike Interval Session every Saturday start 12 noon. For more information please email coachcal@criticalspeed.com

 

Sunday, 09 April 2017 16:06

9th Annual Maui Camp

Our 9th Annual Maui Camp was a huge success with some serious training volume and great weather. This year our very own Liam and Scott Cozens made it up the mighty Haleakala under very windy conditions to end the camp after some BIG rides earlier in the week. Bob P had a tremendous camp, with the highlight being an impressive finish to a 20 mile run (ascending back up from 7000-10000 feet running the entire way!). Janie also have a great camp but was limited by illness.

Thursday, 03 November 2016 21:48

Women's IronSpeed Hawaii

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Sunday, Feb 19th - Sunday, Feb 26th, 2017

Travel Days are: Sunday February 19th and Sunday February 26th
Activity Days are Monday February 20th - Saturday February 25th
Arrival Date Must be on or before Sunday February 19th
 

Pay Your Deposit Now!

 
Facilitated and Organized by Seattle Pro Clubs, Michael Covey and Maui's Kelly Hardin



What's missing…You!


Go here to view some IronSpeed Maui camp pictures from previous years.

Accommodations

Banyan Maui Bed and Breakfast Inn: Cottages and Suites
For Slide Show of Banyan Maui B & B go here

The Banyan Bed and Breakfast Inn has 7 guest cottages and suites. Under the Historic Plantation House roof is one of the cottages (Plumeria) and all 3 of the suites; it can be rented as a 2, 3 or 4 bedroom house.

Each cottage and suite has it's own entrance, private bathroom and kitchenette. Each kitchenette includes a small refrigerator, microwave oven, toaster and coffee maker with fresh ground coffee, teas, hot cocoa etc.

Accommodations Fees

$90.00 USD

per night including taxes!
Based on double occupancy.

Camp Food Breakfasts and Dinners will be included in your camp fees!
Lunches, snacks etc. are on your own. Each cottage has a small fridge and shopping trips will be frequent.
Cycling fuel will be provided in the sag vehicle along with Gatorade, Water,  Coke and sport Nutrition

Camp Fee $1200.00 USD (600.00 Deposit to hold your Spot)

Refund Policy

600.00 usd to hold your spot. A 100.00 USD administration fee will be held back if you cancel before Jan. 15. Between January 15 and Camp Start full deposit will be kept.

Bike Rentals: If you are not interested in bringing your own bike, you can rent from the nearby Maui Cyclery. You must arrange this yourself and pay for the rental. Please do this well in advance of the Camp (at least 2-3 Month before). Please call Donnie Arnoult at 808 575 7469.

The Maui Cyclery is near our B and B!

Maui IronSpeed Camp Itinerary

Sunday, February 19th: Arrival and Getting Organized

All campers must arrive on this Saturday to allow for time and effort in getting organized. We will pick you up from the Airport. We will also have a bike savvy mechanic to assist in building your bike. If renting a bike, we will pick up the rental and help fit you. Camp debriefing and Consent Form Signage.


Monday, February 20th: Beautiful Bike Ride to Winery and Trail Run Day

7am-8am Cater Breakfast
9am - 2pm Bike "Upcountry" to the Tedeschi Winery for lunch and back. 36-55miles round trip, 3,000 feet elevation gain. This ride has very little traffic and majestic roads. The temperature is mild since you will be cycling at 2000-5000 ft.
3pm-4pm Trail Run in Upcountry Forest Reserve (45-60')
4pm-5pm Shop in Makawao
6pm-7pm Catered Dinner

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Tuesday, February 21st: Cycle the Beautiful Road to Hana

7am-8am Catered Breakfast
9am-3pm Weather Dependent: The group will cycle to Road to Hana. Varying Distances will be available with Adequate Vehicle Support. 4-6 hours riding
3-4pm Optional Pool Swim in Pukalani with Swim Coaching
6pm-7pm Catered Dinner


Wednesday February 22nd: PaddleBoard / Open Water Long Swim / Whale Watching Boat Trip

7am-8am Breakfast
9am-4pm This Beach Day starts with either a paddle board from Keawakapu Beach, a sparkling jewel set at the far southern end of South Kihei Road in South Maui, or a long open water swim (bring a wetsuit and fins). Relax with on the beach and/or a short beach run. Build your hunger for a well fed Whale Watching Boat Trip! 
6pm-7pm Catered Dinner

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Thursday, February 23rd: Bike the Spectacular West Maui Loop to DT Flemming Beach for Lunch

 
7am-8am Catered Breakfast
9am-3pm Ride from the Banyan B and B to the West Maui Loop through the newly paved hilly and scenic road. Stop at the Beautiful DT Flemming Beach for a provided Picnic. Strong riders will complete the West Loop.
3pm-5pm Hot tub / Cold Water Pool Recovery
6pm-7pm Catered Dinner

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Friday, February 24th: Run / Hike the Might Haleakala Crater / Ocean Swim at Baby Beach

7am-8am Catered Breakfast

9am-2pm

 

3pm-5pm

Take an exhilarating drive to the summit of Haleakala for an exciting trail run/hike down into the crater. We enter at 10,000 feet and exit at 8000 feet (3-4 hrs). This adventure always is a favorite.

Ocean Swim at Baby Beach or Shop at Paia

6pm-7pm Catered Dinner

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Saturday, February 25th: Ride the Mighty Haleakala

7am-8am Catered Breakfast
8am-3pm Either start from Paia (10,000 ft), or the Banyan B and B (8500ft), or 376 Junction (7000ft, 22 miles) or Half Way (5000ft) or the State Park Entrance (3000ft). We have you supported on an EPIC Vertical Day. If you prefer not to ride down, we will transport you back to the Banyan.
3pm-5pm Free Time and Bike Packing
6pm-7pm Catered Dinner

Bike The Mighty Haleakala Volcano starting right on the shoreline in Paia.This ride will definitely cap off an amazing week on Maui. Be prepared for one of the longest continuous climbs (approximately 50km) available by bicycle on the planet (sea level to 10,035 feet). Be sure to pack arm warmers and a light jacket (rain gear). Bring money for a snack and extra cash for a park permit as we ride through the gates into Haleakala National Park. Elite riders will summit in 4 hours with most taking 5-6 hours. Everyone will descend down the mountain at 3pm! If you are not comfortable descending, you can catch a ride down in the van. Make sure you have either a triple chain ring, compact crank or at least at 39 front chain ring and either a 25 or 27 rear gear. This climb is truly epic and beautiful. This is a top 10 life achievement life. Support vehicles will be stationed at strategic points along the climb for food and fluids. Varying start points are necessary for the different levels of riders, with the final ride to the summit a must for all riders.


 

Sunday, February 26th: Transportation and Departure Day:(

Time to pack up, say your goodbye, share photos and get to the airport. We will help you with you final preparation and transport you to the airport!

 

Camp Coaches and Leaders

Michael Covey: Professional Triathlon Coach and Trainer
Kelly Hardin: Maui Director and Hostess
Kathy Dee Lewis: Master Chef
 

For a detailed testimonial and more information, contact CoachCal


 




Wednesday, 11 June 2014 14:39

How to Prepare for Early Season Racing

The 2014 season is here and no matter how many years of racing triathlons, the first few races are never easy. To have a great front end of your race season you must pay attention to your pre race details and the execution of your first discipline.

Monday, 09 September 2013 20:18

70.3 World Championship

Again huge congrats to Dawn A, who finished the 70.3 World Championship yesterday. She got beat up on the swim by the young men who started just after her wave, survived the massive down pour on the bike and pushed through the hot, sunny and humid 13.1 mile run. Great experience.  Canada did well. I believe we won at least 3 World Titles.


I found out that I actually was in FIRST with 2 miles to go.  There was a long 1 mile grind then a long 1 mile downhill to the finish. With about 600m to go, 2 men ran by me fast!  One of them was young, while the other man was older, short and moving fast.  YUP... no age on his calf (due to rain) and I have no idea. But he was going so fast I just did not have much anyways. At the awards, he told me I passed him at about the 8 mile mark but he kept me insight. He used me to pull him through the field for the last 4 miles.  He then attacked, and attacked hard. I high fived him and felt better about the way I lost first place.  He was a super nice guy.  He also mentioned he was going to World XTERRA this year.  He knew who I was from my XTERRA history.  It was a really cool connect with a man who lives half way around the world.

WOW, what I weekend that was for many of you!  Ironman Canada, Ironman Louisville and Penticton Challenge were all happening on the same day.  Here are some of the results.

Rick Wilson was ill after the swim and toughed it out till about 6 miles into the run.  Marilyn had a tough swim, some 30 minutes longer than usual (bad course marking and choppy waters)  and with this late start on the bike, she just missed the bike cut off at Yellow Lake. She was strong on the bike and all those Computrainer session made a difference.  

Mark Powell in Ironman Louisville won his age group and qualified for Kona.  Tony Chad was having a great day but the heat too its toll and he made it to the 8 hour mark. Ironman Arizona is slated later in the season.

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 16:57

Ironman Mont -Tremblant

Fantastic Day at Ironman Mont -Tremblant, Well done Jason and Dan.

Mass participation cycling events and triathlons are thrilling events, but all of them have had mishaps with athletes injuring themselves and others.

Many of us love the feeling of being involved in a speeding train of two wheelers, feeling the adrenaline rush needed to match the challenge from your competitors and ultimately hand out some pain to those who dare to follow. But with speed and fun comes danger and risk.

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