1:1 sessions are a bespoke clinic, designed to improve skills and efficiency in specific disciplines. An opportunity to develop successful habits that will help you reach your podium. There will be video feedback and intervention throughout the session.
There is also opportunity for a small group (up to 5) to share the cost of attending a coaching session together. This will allow swimmers to work with their friends while enjoying a highly interactive and technical coaching session.
Each Master Class aims to develop skills and improve stroke efficiency on all 4 strokes.
Separate Master Class clinics are held on each stroke. Master Classes with a speed component focus on maintaining technical abilities while swimming fast. There are also separate stroke specific 'Stroke, Start, Turn and Underwater' Master Classes.
Each Master Class includes a technical workshop and stroke specific pre-pool session.
The Stroke Development Camp aims to develop skills and improve stroke efficiency on all 4 strokes, starts and turns. There are three 1-day camps: Freestyle & Backstroke Butterfly & Breaststroke Starts & Turns
Each camp will offer a selection of learning opportunities from either dry land training, injury prevention, nutrition and hydration or mental skills to enhance swim specific knowledge.
'Pure' Stroke Development Days
The 'Pure Series' Development Camp aims to develop skills and improve stroke efficiency on a specific stroke, start and turns. There are five 1-day camps: Butterfly Backstroke Breaststroke Freestyle IM
The focus will be on key fundamental principles of effective stroke technique, start and turns, supported by stroke specific, age appropriate, strength and conditioning sessions, a technical workshop and a skills and race video workshop.
Pre-Season Swim Camp
'Skills4Podium' will run a Pre-Season Development Camp focuses on technical development and will include goal setting, injury prevention/mobility, nutrition, planning and time management workshops.
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. (Aristotle)