(BLOOMINGTON) - The 2014 Indiana Rowing Camp for girls ages 13-18 is scheduled for June 22-26.
Coached by the Indiana University rowing staff, the National Staff of the Year, and head coach Steve Peterson, the National Coach of the Year, the camp is designed to offer a challenging and rewarding experience where beginners learn fundamentals and experienced athletes focus on development and performance. Rowers will be divided into groups by experience and ability, with a low camper-to-staff ratio. There are overnight and commuter options.
TOTAL ROWER DEVELOPMENT
Commitment to excellence on and off the water is the emphasis of the Indiana Rowing Camp. Rowers are divided into groups by experience and ability with low staff-to-camper ratios for concentrated teaching. There is a strong focus on individual skills as well as a dynamic program that advances team tactics. Water sessions include attention to technique, focusing on rhythm/ratio, blade work, and catch & release positions; land sessions include physical training in addition to lessons on race tactics, nutrition, and collegiate rowing/recruiting. Daily activities include video analysis and question and answer sessions.
SPECIALIZED COXSWAIN TRAINING
The coxswain is a key element of the crew and will be given specialized training with a well-rounded approach for the tactical, technical and psychological aspects of the position. The coxswain's role will be enhanced as they participate in land training activities with the rowers. We can only accept a limited number of coxswains.
To learn more visit www.hoosiersportscamps.com
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