June 10-14, 2013
June 17-21, 2013
June 24-28, 2013
$345 for non-housing -- $445 with housing
Registration for all summer swimming camps begins on January 29th, 2013 at 9 AM MST.
Come join coach John Brooks and his staff at the BYU Swimming Camp. Our camp offers five days of training and feedback. You will define your own specific needs as a competitive swimmer, determine personal training guidelines to meet these needs and then develop individual goals to increase your performance potential throughout the year. To help determine these guidelines, you will receive interval training evaluations and coach critiques specific to your needs.
Throughout the week you will increase your performance potential through the use of drills, workout sets, time trials, competitions and video sessions. In class, you will discover the theory behind powerful, winning strokes. You will study detailed sequential movements of competitive strokes, learn fundamental competitive techniques, view contemporary training films and receive valuable feedback from the analysis of personal videotapes. In the pool you will undergo extensive drills, workout sets and time trials. You will review your personal videotaping in class to give you insight into your training strengths and weaknesses, helping you increase your competitive edge.
Open to any individual that meets age requirement.
There will be BYU Swimming shirts and sweatshirts for sale at camp.
Receive instruction from BYU head coaches
Receive an interval training evaluation
Measure training effectiveness through drills
Increase performance through time trials and competitions
Develop endurance and speed through training sets
Improve your competitive edge through analysis of training films
Learn swimming theory
Train with swimmers from across the country
BYU training facilities
Take-home instruction booklet
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided for housing participants; lunch provided for non-housing participants