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Adam Peaty Race Clinics

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Adam Peaty Race Clinics

Venue Details

Name:Adam Peaty Race Clinics
Location:UK
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Sports:Swimming

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Summary

Introduction

 

Adam Peaty Race Clinics began in May 2019 and is a joint venture between swimming partners, Adam Peaty MBE and Edward Baxter. These clinics take place around the UK.

Each clinic is constructed in the same way.

There are 3 swim stations;

Station 1: Breaststroke technique station & Pull Out station led by Adam Peaty and Edward Baxter.

Station 2: A Land Session led by Robert Norman who is Adam Peaty's gym coach. There will be  a heavy focus on injury prevention.

Station 3: The "Racing Edge Station" led by Tim Shuttleworth who gives an insight on how gaining a mental edge necessary to compete successfully.

After the practical training sessions of each swim clinic, Adam enjoys sharing his lessons, wins, losses and biggest learning experiences with the course participants. The day normally finishes with a Q&A session.

The aim if the Swimming Training Camp clinics is to “make it something that people had never seen before and do something that is often missed out in the swimming world... teaching young swimmers how to RACE”. 


Coaching

Coaches

 

Adam Peaty
Since 2014 Adam has won multi Olympic, World & European Championships, breaking world records along the way.


Edward Baxter
Edward is an ex-International Junior breaststroke swimmer who has trained with Adam since 2016. Ed is a multi-National Champion and held many British records.  


Rob Norman
Rob has been Adam and Ed's Strength and Conditioning Coach since 2017 and is regarded as one of the most knowledgeable S&C coaches.


Tim Shuttleworth
Tim is a National Champion and Record Holder at 1500 freestyle and has gained a podium finish at the World Open Water Championships


Swimming Clinics

Swimming Camps

 

The 2020 clinics will take in 10 locations around the UK with additional clinics planned outside the UK. Dates are yet to be announced.

Each swimming training camp clinic will be limited to 100 Athletes per day and sell out notoriously fast so please keep looking at our Twitter - @WTCcom - to see the latest information.


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Reviews

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Reviewed by Nancy
On 31-Oct-2019 18:0:00

Comments:  As a parent it is so refreshing to see Adam as such a positive role model and how committed he is to his sport, and I really appreciate the time he has taken out of his busy schedule - you all must have been exhausted by the end of the week. Meeting Adam and being coached by him really made Louis' summer and he enjoyed all the coaching both in and out of the pool. You have my full respect for allowing so many children the opportunity to experience these clinics.
Reviewed by Nicole
On 31-Oct-2019 18:0:10

Comments:  I’m sure you’ll be completely inundated with grateful thank you emails from parents, so I’ll try and keep it short and to the point!!! On my social media posts I described the Clinic as ‘Phenomenal’....it was ultimately the strongest and most powerful word I could think of! As an enthusiastic parent of two young swimmers who enjoy the sport for so many reasons, just wanted to say the power of what you’ve all been able to give to all 500 kids this week is incalculable, immeasurable as the impact is just too immense! A dream come true for all to be part of the experience. Talk about giving back!!!!! Was also great seeing Kevin part of the team, as we originally met him from his Hatfield Swimming Club coaching days when we started out and continues to give us great advice for the boys as we’re East Region
Reviewed by Jo
On 31-Oct-2019 18:0:01

Comments:  "I just want to thank you for a truly inspirational day. My daughter is more determined than ever to achieve her dreams. To be honest I feel inspired to give it a go myself! Every step of the day was so beautifully crafted and encouraged each swimmer to be their absolute best. We have been on a few clinics previously but Sadie came away from this one absolutely brimming with enthusiasm. Although it looked seamless to us I know it would have taken considerable planning and hard work, and I’m not sure how often that you hear the appreciation back after the dust has settled."
Reviewed by Catherine
On 31-Oct-2019 18:0:29

Comments:  Thank you so much for this. My daughter attended the Bath Clinic and had a great day. She learnt lots and can’t wait for the season to start again. The whole day was extremely well organised and the communication from booking to the day was great.
Reviewed by Danny
On 31-Oct-2019 18:0:53

Comments:  "Can I just say a massive thank you to not only you but to your whole team for putting on just an amazing swimming clinc , it was so well.organised , and formatted the day just went so quick and the whole team was so friendly As a parent I look to give my boy the best opportunities that are always available to give them not only techniques in swimming but for me the mental toughness as this is what my boy always suffers with at both training and at galas and this has what your clinc has done is giving my kid that mental strength and as a dad I cannot thank you enough"
Reviewed by Vicki
On 31-Oct-2019 18:0:11

Comments:  "My children attended the Strood race clinic. It was a truly wonderful day. You ran it with such consideration and professionalism. What shone through was the desire from all of you to pass on discipline and determination to be your best and then be better, but without being pushy or unrealistic. We have all made lists of what we want to remember from the day, we all have slightly different points but also a core of golden nuggets - skinny kick, hips up, arms down not wide, focus, strong last 10m, work hard and then work harder, be your best and then be better, believe. Thank you all, a very inspiring day for both swimmers and parents. Not only have you all excelled in your sport, you are clearly excelling at passing on passion and instruction to the next generation, allowing them to stand on the shoulders of giants."