Friday, February 06, 2009

Girls Swim Camp: June 15-19

If you can't go to Ak-o-mak, this might be a wonderful camp experience.
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Tuition is $300; register and pay in full by April 30 and tuition is $250.
The Cougar Swim Camp is an intensive training experience offered to young women in grades 7-10 who want to improve their stroke mechanics, start and turn technique, goal setting, pre-race preparation, nutrition and strength training. The camp will emphasize the “how” and the “why” of competitive swimming and incorporate water training, video analysis, lectures and a daily training table. Leading the camp will be Chatham University swim coach Michael Meyers, who began his coaching career while earning his masters degree at New Mexico State University and serving as assistant swimming and head water polo coach. As head coach at Peters Township High School, Coach Meyers’ swimmers earned 32 National High School All-American honors, as well as several WPIAL and PIAA High School records and a USS American record. An accomplished swimmer in his own right, Coach Meyers was a four-year NAIA All-American and All-WVIAC swimmer for West Liberty State College and was inducted into their Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999. Camp tuition will includes a t-shirt, a DVD of all the swimmers’ strokes, starts and turns, and a workbook to chart, measure and monitor their future progress.
Guys need not apply.

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