Moxie Multisport “Cactus Camp” Feb 27th – March 3rd 2019 w/ special guest Heather Jackson

Moxie Multisport  Cactus Camp – Feb 27th-March 3rd with special guest HEATHER JACKSON 

Coaching led by

Derick Williamson -Durata Training

Jason Lentzke, Owner – Toro Performance

Camp Itinerary:


  • Arrive early to Moxie HQ have your bike assembled pre camp.
  • Arrival and welcome dinner -6:30pm
    The Vig
    Address: 4041 N 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85018 Phone:(602) 553-7227


  • Morning swim: 7:00am McDowell Mountain Ranch Pool -15525 N Thompson Peak Pkwy
    Afternoon Ride:(3+hrs) 10:00am  -Leave directly from pool
    Seven Springs Ride
  • Transition Run of 2 miles Greenbelt
  • Lunch: Catered
    Presentation on Fit Optimization
  • (2) Fit Slots open prior to dinner with Mat Steinmetz
  • Dinner: TBD


  • 7am – Swim Practice McDowell Mountain Ranch -15525 N Thompson Peak Pkwy
  • 9:30am- Morning Ride: South Mountain Ride 3-4 hour ride, with a few climbs up to the towers
  • Lunch – Catered – Swim Analysis reviewed with coaches
  • 3pm – Run
  • Dinner 6:30 – TBD -Race Day Optimization Talk


  • 8am  – Swim Practice McDowell Mountain Ranch -15525 N Thompson Peak Pkwy.
  • 1pm – Long Bike
  • 6:00pm – Closing Dinner –  Location -TBD


  • 7am – Breakfast and Camp wrap up and final talk from coaches.

What to bring?

  • -Tires with plenty of life (minimal cuts)
  • -Gearing for sustained climbing (11/26-28)
  • -Any special personal needs
  • -Swim gear (buoy, band and paddles)
  • -Cycling gear
  • -Clothing for hot and cool riding. (average temps: low 45 F, hi 75 F)

Special Guest









Pro Athlete – Heather Jackson

Heather Jackson is a an American triathlete based out of Bend, Oregon whose accolades include a fifth place finish at the 2015 ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, 3 time Wildflower Triathlon Champion, 2 time Ironman 70.3 Oceanside Champion, Ironman Coeur D’ Alene Champion, and 2013 Escape from Alcatraz Champion.  (Heather’s website)

 Coaches & Presenters










Blake Uptain

As the owner operator of Moxie Multisport racing and retail, Blake oversees the performance and training logistics. Working alongside high level coaches for the past 7 years, Blake has created a unique approach to how he applies he practices through functional movement training and workload management for his athletes. Blake is also USAT Level 1 certified coach as well as BG and Retul Fit Certified. Blake has coached Kona finishers to first time athletes and welcomes any athlete that is not afraid of hard work and commitment.








Derick Williamson

Derick has been coaching full time since 2003, he holds a master’s degree in Sports Science and Nutrition from the University of Texas at Austin and is a USA Cycling Level 1/power certified coach as well as a USAT certified coach. Derick’s athletes have achieved success at every level of the sport from the beginner to the many pro’s he’s coached and consulted over the years. Along with his coaching role for Durata Training, Derick leads the USA Cycling Level 2 coaching certification clinics, is the cycling specialists for USA Triathlon’s Collegiate Recruitment Program, is a National Team’s coach for USA Paratriathlon and an Adjunct Faculty at the Center for Creative Leadership in Colorado Springs, CO.









Under the guidance of his mentors, Jason Lentzke has developed himself into an elite level endurance athlete and coach. For the last ten years Jason has been coaching triathletes, cyclists, runners and endurance athletes of all skill levels. He has guided beginners to their first Ironman finish line, professional triathletes to the podium, Ironman age group champions, elite marathoners and virtually every skill level in between. As a life-long student of endurance sport, Jason shares a passion and commitment to excellence with his stable of athletes.

Jason enjoys working with individuals looking to push their personal limits and take their training and racing to the next level. Triathlon, cycling and endurance sport-specific training is the ultimate self-experiment. Therefore, constant communication with your coach is critical to get the most out of yourself and emerge from mediocrity. Consistency, patience and dedication are required to develop the skills needed to perform your absolute best. There are no short cuts and there is no such thing as “race-day-magic.” You must exceed the demands of competition in training.










Mat Steinmentz

Armed with degrees in exercise physiology and sports performance from a mecca of sports science, the Human Performance Lab at Ball State University, Mat Steinmetz settled in Boulder, Co. Over the last 10 yrs, Mat has been the trusted advisor to a wide range of athletes; from Pro tour riders & World Champion triathletes to recreational cyclist.

Steinmetz is routinely mentioned as one of the most sought after thought leaders and resources in the industry. He has used his Sports Science background to encompass all areas of human performance. From working with athletes to optimize their bike position, aerodynamics, equipment selection and training programs to consulting with industry leading bike manufacturers and fit education programs. 51 Speed Shop



  • When: February 27th – March 3rd Where: Scottsdale, Arizona
  • For Who: Athletes willing to work hard, learn from coaches and fellow athletes to develop their triathlon skillset for 2018 and beyond.
  • Cost: $1200.00 Arrival/Departure;
  • Check in Wednesday at noon, depart Sunday afternoon
  • We will have optional team training sessions on arrival/departure days.
  • Athletes are responsible for their own airport transfer


We are securing a host hotel for camp.

We will provide:

  • -Survival Pack Retail Value – $800.00 (Wattie Ink custom cycle kit, SMITH Sunnies, Gatorade swag bag, Camp Hat, Camp T, Sunscreen, Swim Cap)
  • -All on-road nutrition
  • -Lunch Daily
  • -Dinners Included
  • -SAG vehicle for all rides
  • -Bike mechanic
  • -Nightly presentations