2018 Swim Clinics – Lancaster
17th June 12 – 5pm
16th Sept 12 – 5pm
All dates are now available to book onto online.
Venue: 315 Health Club, Lancaster
This clinic is designed for swimmers passionate to learn more about their swimming and develop their freestyle stroke. People that would get the most out of the day are ones that can already swim a continuous 200m in the pool.
4-6 – People per Clinic.
This Clinic involves an Individual Video analysis.
The workshops are very interactive, with plenty of discussion around your questions and individual stroke.
The clinic is divided into three components:
1) Theory time in the classroom
2) Practical exercises in the classroom
3) Pool practical sessions.
Included in the theory sessions are:
The Basics Of The Freestyle Stroke, including common misunderstandings and pitfalls.
Enhancing Your Efficiency in the Pool, so you can swim further more easily.
Generating More Propulsion in the Water, this will have you moving faster – surprisingly without working harder.
Developing Open Water Skills, to get the best out of yourself on race day.
Training Program Development and How to get the most out of your swim sessions.
You will come away from a clinic with a clear understanding of your current stroke from our detailed video analysis.
You’ll understand the changes you need to make to improve your swimming.
We’ll start you off making those changes in the clinic and give you a clear plan to develop your stroke specific to your needs.
We also point out all the things you’re doing right too – it won’t all be bad.
Practical swimming sessions include:
Extensive Videoing Of Your Stroke above and below the water. Of course you get to take away your video footage with you on DVD.
Technique Development and Intervention based on your video analysis
A Mini-Squad Session showing you how to implement our unique teaching methods into a ‘normal’ training session.
A picture paints a thousand words…
Being able to see yourself swimming from a range of different angles on our high resolution big screen, and then having your stroke constructively critiqued by our expert coaches, is an amazingly powerful process. You don’t need to feel shy about this and no-one will be made to feel inferior whatever your level of swimming.
By attending one of our Clinics you are taking an important step in analysing what you need to do to improve and learning the techniques you specifically need to develop your stroke.
Make sure you ask as many questions as you need to get the most out of your day.
You will need to bring…
1. Swimming gear, i.e. swim suit, cap and goggles.
2. Loose comfortable clothing for land-based practical sessions.
3. A pair of flippers or fins (of the swimming variety, i.e. flexible rubber)
4. An open mind and the willingness to learn new skills to help you improve!
5. A light packed lunch, unless instructed otherwise closer to the day.
You will be asked to print-off a Medical Waiver form, complete it and bring it to the Clinic.
A full, detailed timetable will be sent out to all registered clinic attendees in the week preceding the Clinic. Please note, we reserve the right to have to change or modify course contents and lay-out at short notice due to any unforeseen circumstances or facility hire restrictions. All participants will be informed in advance of attendance of any changes.