Saturday, November 11th
The South Davis Masters annual swim meet will be held Saturday, November 11th – Veterans Day!
We are excited to swim and pay tribute to our vets. In addition to the AMAZING SHIRTS great swims and awesome prizes we will be offering FREE ENTRY TO ALL VETS! If you have or are currently serving in the military we want to extend our thanks. This swim meet is not-to-be-missed.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
So so much fun...
A great team throws a great party and this year was no exception! This year was Hawaiian-inspired luau complete with music and leis.
A huge thank you to Julie Keyes for party coordinating and decorating. How many swim teams have an official “party coordinator”? We sure love ours! Thank you Julie!
It is wonderful to meet the families of our Masters swimmers. We are so grateful to their support of each of our swimmers, allowing them the time to wake up early or stay late to get a workout in. What a great team of families we have!
Kids treasure hunt and treasure box is the best! It would not be possible without the kindness and support of the Wheeler family. Thank you Scott and Stacie for the cool prizes and amazing Krabby treasure chest!
Saturday August 19, 2017
Our own Russ Walter has generously offered to do some underwater filming! Come to practice this Saturday at 6am to have a good workout and some underwater filming done! Come and SEE what you are missing!
3 Reasons To Film your Swim
1. See weaknesses in your stroke.
This is the primary reason most seek out coaching and video analysis. If you can see something you are doing, your mind can begin to process the connection to what that feels like in the water. Many times, things feel ‘normal’ or even ‘good’ in the water but when it is caught on on video, you may begin to feel differently.
3. Catch opportunities for more POWER!
Ever feel like your arms are just spinning? Some times that because you just did 200 yards of pulling and now you are attempting to sprint without paddles. Other times and most often, we find ourselves inefficiently moving through the water because we are not paying attention to the all so important catch or power phase of our stroke.
When you can see yourself under the water, you will be able to see and analyze ( with your eyes at least) what you can do to create more power.
2. Become aware of YOUR body positioning.
I remember watching in the 1996 Olympics a then 14-year-old Amanda Beard racing breaststroke in in a way you have never imagined a body to move. She was so high above the water, almost appearing going vertical with every stroke.
I also remember going to the pool and attempting moving my body just like she did. I couldn’t do it. I just couldn’t move my body in the same way. I had a great coach that saw my struggle and explained to me that my body is just that, mine! She helped me custom-fit my breaststroke to me. It helped, a lot.
By being aware of your own position in the water and knowing your own body, you will be able to create more efficiency and power with every stroke.
We are not too fancy at the Rec Center with our GoPro, but with some good footage and analysis you will be off and swimming faster and better!
It’s about time! The website got a new look! Check it out!
New Features: Team News
The website now has aTeam News Section! Look for lots of up-to-date articles and info as well as fun photos!
We hope to continue to add cool and new features in the future. If you have any ideas, send them along to Coach Blair!
Thank you all who helped in the Wheeler Family Yard project! It was amazing to see such great support!
Thank you for your donations of time, money and manual labor! Thank you for your kind words and love for our team members.