Swimmers will have two water workouts daily plus dryland activities, classroom videos and discussion sessions.
Each day concentrates on a different stroke in the morning session. A classroom session with video and discussion as well as the water session works on teaching and correcting stroke techniques. Each swimmer is video critiqued each day on that stroke.
Afternoon water sessions are broken into small group stations to allow each swimmer to choose any specific areas they wish to focus on (stroke work on any of the four strokes as well as starts and turns).
Our camp is a teaching camp
Using stroke videos, lectures and discussion we show how elite swimmers use the five keys when they swim their races.
Through daily work with innovative drills and stroke practice under the direction of their lane coach each swimmer will learn how to include these same keys in their swimming.
Each swimmer in the Full Day Camp will have their stroke videoed and evaluated by one of our coaches.
|July 30th - August 3rd|
Fee Includes: All Swimmers Receive a Camp T-Shirt!
Group and Lane Assignments: Swimmers are assigned to lanes for water sessions by age and ability. We do not guarantee that team mates, friends or siblings will be placed together for workouts. For the Regular Camp, we usually break the mornings into two groups by ability/age
Typical Daily Schedule
9:00-10:00 Video and discussion on the stroke of the day
10:00-10:30 Dryland warm-up
10:30-12:00 Water session 1
12:00-1:15 Lunch on own and rest period
1:15-2:00 Analysis of swimmers’ stroke video
2:00-2:30 Outdoor/dryland workout
2:30-4:00 Water session 2
Note: For the full day camp, each swimmer is responsible for their own lunch and beverage. They may bring their lunch or they may purchase it at the Food Court across the street from the pool. (Choices include Subway, pizza, or Mexican)