Starts and Turns Clinics
Who: Summer League and Competitive Swimmers
What: Starts & Turns Clinic
When: Sunday, November 17 at 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Where: Marguerite Recreation Center
27474 Casta Del Sol, Mission Viejo, CA 92692
This 2 hour clinic is designed to work specifically on starts and turns for all four of the swim strokes. It is structured such that small groups are placed together and rotate stations around the pool to work on different aspects of the aforementioned. The stations could be a variation of: Block starts, backstroke starts, relay starts, flip turns, breakouts, IM turns, backstroke turns and finishes. Designed to focus on the technique and the power and distance of each.
Starts & Turn Clinic: Beginner / Novice
This clinic is for kids that are thinking about doing Summer League swim team/swimming more competitively. This could mean that the swimmer has never performed a start or a turn before and would like to learn, or that your swimmer has familiarity with them but is not comfortable executing them. The coach will be in the water performing the skills and helping the swimmers hands on. Off the block starts, backstroke starts, flip turns, and IM turns will all be worked on.
Starts & Turns Clinic Summer League / Intermediate
This clinic is for kids who are at the Summer League and/or beginner competitive/year-round swim team level. The kids in this clinic are familiar with starts and turns, know how to perform them, but the execution needs work. The swimmers in this clinic will already have knowledge of each turn. The coach will be in the water performing the skills and helping the swimmers hands on. Off the block starts, backstroke starts, flip turns and IM turns will be worked on.
Starts & Turn Clinic: Advanced Swimmer
This clinic is for kids who have swum competitively, year-round, for 3 years or more. The swimmers in this clinic have had extensive training in starts and turns and need fine tuning with their technique to shave a small number of seconds off of their events.
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