SDSU Swimming Stroke Technique Camp I
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Stroke Technique Camps
Each camper will have the option to Live-In or Commute to the Jackrabbit Swim Camp. Live-in campers will stay in the SDSU Dorms and have a short walk to and from the pool. At all times campers will be chaperoned by Jackrabbit Swim Camp Staff members. Those who choose the Commuter option will be dropped off in the morning and picked up at a designated time and place in the evening. Meals will be provided at the SDSU dining center. We want to make this experience memorable, exciting and educational for campers. Sign up today to reserve your spot in the 2023 Jackrabbit Swim Camps.
*If a club or high school team registers 10 or more swimmers each camper receives a special camp prize
Stroke Technique: The first step in becoming a better swimmer is learning to be more efficient with great stroke technique. We will break down ever stroke for you to easily under-stand and make changes immediately.
Training Phases: Learn to be a better swimmer by under-standing what you need to do to help your body go faster. Learn how to train better and the changes your body goes through each workout and season. The more you know and under-stand training the better prepared you will be in order to be the best you can be.
Fun & Excitement: Have a great time filled with laughter, fun, and learning, with a strong focus on creating new friends, games, and enjoyment.
Individual Stroke Feedback: At the end of camp each camper will receive a detailed summary of stroke corrections and observations from the coaching staff. You will al-so receive information on all topics covered in camp.
Camp Presentations: Enjoy camp presentations on topics such as nutrition, swimming psychology, & race preparation and visualization, and more
Jackrabbit Swim Camp T-Shirt: Look great in your Jackrabbit Swim Camp T-Shirt. Show everyone what a great and special time you had while attending camp.
Each Camper Will Receive:
- Each campers receive an exclusive SDSU Jackrabbit T-shirt .
- Instruction from the SDSU Swimming Coaching Staff and swimmers.
- Detailed individual stroke correction with written report to share with your coach and family.
- Opportunity to build friendships with other campers
- Fun and Games directed on teaching sportsmanship, teamwork, self-esteem building, and personal growth.
- 3 healthy meals each day from the SDSU Catering
Additional Information: If a camper will require any accommodations due to special needs, we ask that you notify us via email or in writing of those needs a minimum of two weeks prior to the camp start date so we can make the accommodations
For More Information: Please email Camp Director / Head Coach Douglas Humphrey email@example.com or call/text 402-540-1148.