Welcome to the Emerging Training Group Page!!
Emerging Group – (lane space for 24-32 swimmers) qualified swimmers will train with a focus on preparation for championship meets, within a framework requiring the swimmer’s responsibility for attention to detail, training habits, clock management, self- motivation, as well as proper meet preparation.
- BBSC Team Qualities: show the willingness to promote additional BULLDOG characteristics such as leadership, sportsmanship, positive mental attitude, Team support, and a drive for a competition inclusive of individual goal setting.
- Parents are required to work two sessions per swimmer at every BBSC hosted invitational meet, with a max limit of 4 sessions per meet per family, regardless of swimmer participation in the meet.
- All BBSC training groups are designed and operate on year-round basis.
- Practice Attendance: attain the recommended average of 4-5x week, with a demonstrated ability to understand and lead intervals in the swimmer’s training group, as well as to handle increased and more difficult training routines.
- Meet Participation: routinely represent Brownsburg Swim Club in a positive manner at all scheduled meets, including travel meets or competition for Team Indiana, with proper preparation.
Training and Performance Guidelines
Equipment Needs: Water bottle, practice suit, mesh bag, pull buoy, paddles, goggles, fins, snorkel and cap.
Practice Attendance: Practices are typically offered five times per week, when there are no meets or other overriding conflicts. The coaches recommend attending 4-5 practices per week, inclusive of both dryland and swimming, and achieving an overall at or above a 75% level for practice attendance. Swimmers not meeting these recommendations may be asked to change to the Futures training group.
Indiana Swimming Representation:Swimmers qualifying for Zones, Quad Team, Select Camps, etc. are expected to participate when eligible for these programs. Swimmers are also encouraged to attend available Stroke Clinics Swim Camps as well. i.e.: Memorial Day Catch the Spirit Camp as they will find the experience and benefits of being surrounded by others of similar motivation and dedication to the sport to be very rewarding in their career development.
Questions? Contact Coach Keith
Training Philosophy: Practices are meant to be both fun and challenging. We know this works when our swimmers want to be at practice and are also showing signs of improvement at meets after regular attendance.Brownsburg Swim Club looks to provide the best coaching, training and learning environment for our swimmers as they grow through the age group progressions of our swimming program. The training is also geared towards preparing swimmers to enter the Performance group. Coaches will use their discretion in their daily practices to ensure areas of need are being addressed, especially depending on the phases of the training season, and that the fun time is also balanced in among the challenge sets. To this point, dryland activities are a great time for the swimmers to build friendships with one another, learn responsibility and leadership as well as to promote a positive competitive team environment.
Saturday practices are traditionally challenging so we want to establish this notion early. Bulldog Swimmers should be encouraged to challenge themselves and understand that Saturdays aren’t something to be feared, but looked forward to and as a methodology for better equipping our swimmers for the long-term competitive racing side of the sport!
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Anyone who has not yet received their password or is in need of assistance with their password for the Brownsburg Swim Club website should contact Coach Mike (email@example.com) to receive this information.