We are pleased to announce that we will return to Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, and the beautiful facilities of Bucknell University for our 2005 Go Swim summer camps.
Due to popular demand from our swim-clinic alumni, we will be holding a mini clinic in central New Jersey, at Monmouth University. This is a great opportunity to learn the little things that will help big time.
Hereï¿½s a new service for those of you who are looking for another opinion, and suggestions for your stroke technique. Send us a video tape of your swimming, and weï¿½ll put together a DVD specially designed for you.
More good friends have been in touch with us about clinics in their neighborhoods. We will be running a clinic at the fantastic Pace Academy facility in the Buckhead area of Atlanta.
As a result of our 2004 summer swim camps and recent team clinics, Go Swim has had requests to hold additional clinics in different areas of the country. We think this is a great idea, because it will let us interact with more swimmers IN PERSON, rather than just on the website.
Go Swim will be conducting a weekend clinic on Saturday July 31st, and Sunday August 1st in Clarence, NY. This four-stroke clinic will cover the fine points of all four strokes, focusing on swimming skills, not just drills. This clinic is open to swimmers of all ages and abilities. Even triathletes will benefit from this camp by learning how to interact with the water in ALL strokes.
What do Lewisburg, PA; Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY; and East Aurora, NY, have in common? They’re small towns (15,000 population). They’re located in the Northeast (nice climate). And Go Swim will be hosting a swim camp at each of them this summer.
Goal: Our purpose is to teach age-group swimmers how to be more effective in the water AND to help make their swimming fun and entertaining.
Have you ever wanted to take a weekend swimming workshop, but were too busy with family, work, and other commitments to take off two (or more) days? Our one-day “mini-clinics” keep the groups small and get across all the major points you’ll need to know to improve your training or your next race.
Here is your opportunity to learn state-of-the-art breaststroke technique from a current and past master of what is considered by many to be the most diffcult stroke to learn.