9:30 Check in outside (we will have tents set up)
Morning review of the stroke of the day
10:00 Swim session with drills and video analysis
11:30 Dryland session outdoors
1:00 Swim session with review and short practice
2:15 Guest speaker/discussion topic
3:00 Camp ends
Our goal is to encourage and support swimmers if they are new to the sport and challenge more experienced swimmers to maintain their new technical skills in a race setting.
Please have your swimmer arrive in a swim suit and bring a towel, cap and goggles. We will not be using any other equipment
Please send your swimmer to the clinic with a water bottle. Hydration during exercise is incredibly important. Your swimmer's name should be on the water bottle
We will go outside and maintain all social distance protocols as recommended by local and state guidelines. Please pack a lunch that is easy to eat and provides energy to support your swimmer's time with us
Until the guidelines change, your swimmer will be required to wear a mask at all times unless swimming or eating. Hooks are provided at the end of the lanes. Please send your swimmer with two masks as one will get wet upon exiting the water
Shoes and a cover up MUST BE WORN when entering and exiting the building. Swimmers will not be permitted to leave in just their swim suit. At a minimum, a towel must be wrapped around them. This facility is shared with many other patrons.
We will accommodate friend requests. However, if the request places two swimmers of different abilities together, then both may be placed in the less advanced group.