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Swim Groups

  

 Groups & Objectives

 

 

  

Pre-White Group

  • Practices offered 4 days per week for 45 minutes per session. 
  • Focus on skill development and helping the younger swimmer transition from a summer league or swim lessons into understanding of our expectations at CCA
  • The goal of the group is to keep the participants limited to keep a great swimmer-to-coach ratio to allow more personal attention for the swimmers.
  • The group will become our ‘bridge’ into our full Age Group Program
  • Competes in the appropriate meets scheduled by the coach.
  • Provides swimmers with the skills to progress to the White Group level.

 

White Group

 

  • Practices offered 5 days per week for one hour per session. 
  • Provides the novice level swimmer with an enjoyable introduction to competitive year-round swimming.
  • Practices focus on developing and improving the 4 competitive strokes and racing techniques of each swimmer.
  • Provides parents and swimmers an introduction to the objectives of the program and the opportunities in swimming.
  • Competes in the appropriate meets scheduled by the coach.
  • Provides swimmers with the skills to progress to the Blue Group level.

 

 

   Blue Group

  • Practices offered 5 days per week for one hour per session
  • Continues to provide the novice level swimmer with an enjoyable environment of competitive swimming.
  •   Further focusing on the 4 competitive strokes and techniques in racing. 
  • Provides parents and swimmers an introduction to the objectives of the program and the opportunities in swimming.
  • Competes in the appropriate meets scheduled by the coach.
  • Provides swimmers with the skills to progress to the Red Group level.

  

Red Group 

  • Practices 5 days per week for one hour & 30 minutes per session.
  • Continues to provide the swimmer with an enjoyable competitive swimming experience and improves the swimmer’s rankings in age group swimming.
  • Maintaining the 4 competitive strokes of each swimmer, while increasing endurance training, introducing short-range goal setting and enhancing race strategies at swim meets.
  • Teaches parents and swimmers about the objectives of the program and opportunities in swimming.
  • Competes in the appropriate meets scheduled by the coach.
  • Provides swimmers the skills to progress to the Pre-Senior Group level.

 

Varsity Group (13 & Older) 

  •  Practices 5 times per week for one hour & 30 minutes per session.
  • Refines technical and competitive skills and increases the emphasis on training.
  • Continues to educate swimmers on goal setting and race strategies. (Short and long term goals.)
  • Teaches parents and swimmers about the objectives of the program and the opportunities in swimming.
  • Swimmers attend and compete in the appropriate meets scheduled by the coach.
  • Provides swimmers with the skills to progress to the Pre-Senior or Senior Group level.

 

  • We also offer our Training Group as an extension of Varsity for our 13 and Older Swimmers.  It is designed for swimmers who due to other sports, activities or school are only able to attend work-out 3 times per week.  The Training Group is offered to members at a discounted rate.   

 

 Pre-Senior Group  

  •  Practices 7 times per week (5 afternoons, one morning and Saturdays) Each practice is 2 hours per session and Saturdays for 2+ hours.  Dryland training introduced at each practice.
  • Refines technical and competitive skills and increases the emphasis on training.
  • Educates swimmers regarding commitment level and achieving individual goals.
  • Continues to improve the swimmer’s understanding of short-range goal setting and begins to explore long-range goals.
  • Teaches parents and swimmers about the objectives of the program and the opportunities in swimming.
  • Swimmers attend and compete in the appropriate meets scheduled by the coach.
  • Provides swimmers with the opportunity to compete at out-of-town and regional meets (Far Westerns, Sectionals, Western Zones, etc).
  • Provides swimmers with the skills to progress to the Senior Group level.

 

 Senior Group   

  • Practice is held Monday through Saturday, 3 hours per workout with 2-3 double practices per week.  Dryland training is included in each practice.
  • Provides the experienced swimmer with an environment to achieve excellence in competitive swimming.
  • Provides the experienced swimmer with an environment to achieve excellence in competitive swimming.
  • The Senior Group provides inspiration to all swimmers on the team.
  • Teaches the swimmer to take responsibility for his or her swimming goals.
  • Improves the swimmer’s understanding of maintaining a commitment level that is consistent with his or her goals. 
  • Increases the emphasis on the specificity of the swimmer’s training.
  •  Attends and competes in the appropriate meets scheduled by the coach including regional and national level meets.
  •  Gives swimmers the opportunity to attain a college scholarship.

1.   Practices 7 times per week (5 afternoons, one morning and Saturdays) Each practice is 2 hours per session and Saturdays for 2+ hours.  Dryland training introduced at each practice.

2.   Refines technical and competitive skills and increases the emphasis on training.

3.   Educates swimmers regarding commitment level and achieving individual goals.

4.   Continues to improve the swimmer’s understanding of short-range goal setting and begins to explore long-range goals.

5.   Teaches parents and swimmers about the objectives of the program and the opportunities in swimming.

6.   Swimmers attend and compete in the appropriate meets scheduled by the coach.

7.   Provides swimmers with the opportunity to compete at out-of-town and regional meets (Far Westerns, Sectionals, Western Zones, etc).

8.   Provides swimmers with the skills to progress to the Senior Group level.

 

1.   Practice is held Monday through Saturday, 3 hours per workout with 2-3 double practices per week.  Dryland training is included in each practice. 

2.   Provides the experienced swimmer with an environment to achieve excellence in competitive swimming.

3.   The Senior Group provides inspiration to all swimmers on the team.

4.   Teaches the swimmer to take responsibility for his or her swimming goals.

5.   Improves the swimmer’s understanding of maintaining a commitment level that is consistent with his or her goals.  

6.   Increases the emphasis on the specificity of the swimmer’s training.

7.   Attends and competes in the appropriate meets scheduled by the coach including regional and national level meets.

8.   Gives swimmers the opportunity to attain a colle