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Alabama Swim Camp
at University of Alabama
Your performance on race day will be determined by how effective you’ve been at helping your brain understand all facets of the performance. The strongest computer in the world is the human brain, and no different from the machine counterpart, it can be extremely ineffective if it’s programmed incorrectly. Recognizing that you’re essentially training the brain to manage your goals, then what you do in day to day training is critical to achieving those goals. This camp is all about teaching young athletes how the brain does this, how it takes information on board, and how to make sure that what you do correctly is imprinted in a way that helps you reproduce perfect skills without having to think about them. It will involve critical thinking, and exploring new ways to achieve new skills. Learning how to swim and train this way is the next paradigm in swimming and is the future of all sport.
We have the space and time to accommodate athletes of all levels and will group them accordingly. We cover every stroke discipline and all skills needed to compete at a higher level. All day campers must be at least 9 years of age and all over night campers must be at least 10. All campers are expected to be able to complete one length of the pool legally in all four stroke disciplines. This is not a learn-to-swim program.
Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
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