Victor, NY

Past Clinic: Fall Swim Camp for Swimmers Ages 13 & Over

Fri, Sep, 23 2022 - Sun, Sep, 25 2022

Victor Swim Club
953 High St, Victor, NY 14564

A description of what was covered at this past clinic is below the upcoming clinics.

Upcoming Swim Clinics and Camps

Within 250 miles of Victor, NY.

Starting Jun 24, 2023

Malvern Preparatory School

Starting Jun 25, 2023

Glacier Hills Association

Starting Jun 30, 2023

Lafayette College Pool - Kirby Sports Center

Starting Jul 07, 2023

Misericordia University- Anderson Center pool

Starting Jul 29, 2023

College of Staten Island - CUNY

Starting Aug 12, 2023

Chealsea Piers Connecticut

Starting Aug 12, 2023

Hunterdon County YMCA - Deer Path Branch

Starting Aug 17, 2023

Livonia High School

Starting Aug 19, 2023

Vassar College- Kresge Pool

Starting Aug 19, 2023

David M. Hallman III Aquatics Center

Starting Aug 19, 2023

Ringgold High School

Starting Aug 20, 2023

Lititz Rec Center

Starting Dec 09, 2022

Madison Community Pool (Outdoors)

Starting Sep 09, 2023

Ithaca College Aquatics Pavillion

Starting Apr 01, 2023

Lebanon YMCA - A.I. Hanford Center

Starting Sep 29, 2023

Victor Aquatics Center

Starting Sep 29, 2023

Victor Aquatics Center

Starting Aug 11, 2023

Kiski School - Ross Athletic Center

Starting Dec 27, 2023

Bennington Rec. Center Pool


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Past Clinic


Fitter & Faster is producing a 3-day swim camp in Rochester, NY on September 23-25, 2022!  This web page is specifically for the sessions for swimmers ages 13 & over. Click here for the 12 & under Camp Page.

     Day 1 (Friday): Explosive Starts, Underwaters & Finishes
     Day 2 (Saturday): Fast Flip Turns, Open Turns & Finishes
     Day 3 (Sunday): Race Strategy & Execution: IM's

Scroll down for more details on the curriculum! Session sizes are limited to no more than 24 participants to ensure the highest level learning experience!

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DAY 1 (Friday): Check in 6:15 PM, Camp 6:30-9 PM
DAYS 2 & 3 (Saturday & Sunday): Check in 12:45 PM, Camp 1-4 PM

Suggested Participants

THIS CAMP IS FOR 13 & OVER SWIMMERS — Looking for the 12 & under camp page? Click Here!



The better a swimmer’s technique is off the starting block, the more speed they will carry into the water. Day 1 of this swim camp will help your swimmer improve their start, underwater dolphin kicking and breakouts! This sequence is not only the fastest part of every race, but it is also the part of the race in which elite swimmers cover the most ground with the most efficiency.

  • BLOCK STARTS: To ensure an explosive start, a swimmer needs to set themselves up properly on the block. The elite clinicians will work with participants on the optimal positioning of your swimmer’s entire body to allow for a quick reaction time and optimal speed.
  • STREAMLINE: The streamline - if done properly - will be the fastest a swimmer travels while in the water. Proper streamlines are even faster than underwater dolphin kicking. Even the most elite swimmers in the world are constantly working on improving their streamline. Your swimmer will get tips to improve their streamline and a better appreciation of what they need to do on every single wall in practice and in races.
  • INITIATING UNDERWATER DOLPHIN KICKING: Elite swimmers want to maximize their streamline on every single lap. So, they don’t want to start their underwater dolphin kicking while they’re still achieving maximum speed in their streamline. They also don’t want to start the underwater dolphin kicking after their streamline has begun to slow. Your swimmer is going to learn how to time when to begin their underwater dolphin kicking.
  • POWERFUL UNDERWATER DOLPHIN KICKING: There are a few different techniques that swimmers use when underwater dolphin kicking. The common theme of these techniques is that the best swimmers kick up and down with equal power. We will show your swimmer the different techniques that elite swimmers use and teach them how to implement.
  • NUMBER OF UNDERWATER DOLPHIN KICKS: Figuring out the optimal number of kicks off each wall, for each race, is essential to fast swimming. Elite swimmers want to spend only the absolute necessary amount of time underwater to establish speed with each length. They want to avoid losing their breath and taking weak kicks.
  • BREAKOUTS: Many swimmers add movement within their breakout that creates drag and destroys all of the speed created during their underwaters. Participants will work on timing their breakouts to explode into each lap.

Quick, powerful turns and finishes are crucial to fast times and winning close races. The top age group and elite swimmers aren't using walls just for turning around - they are used to generate speed and momentum going into the next lap. Elite swimmers are constantly working their turns and looking for areas to improve them. Today, we're going to work with your swimmer on taking this crucial part of every race (and practice) to the next level!

  • MOMENTUM: At the elite level of swimming, walls aren’t just used for turning around - they are used to generate speed and momentum going into the next lap. Outside of the elite ranks, most swimmers stop or slow down while going into the wall, which kills their momentum! We will work with participants on the intricacies of approaching every wall at top speed and seamlessly initiating their “turn”.
  • FLIP TURNS: Flip turns are an opportunity for your swimmers to increase momentum in the middle of a race! Flip turns in which the athletes slow down or have “mechanical” movements negatively impact the speed at which a swimmer comes off the wall. We will work with your swimmer to produce fast flip turns so that they can explode off the walls at maximum speed.
  • OPEN TURNS: Elite butterflyers and breaststrokers utilize speed from their last lap to create momentum and even more speed at the beginning of the next lap. Their open turns are actually not “turns”, but more like high-speed pivots. Participants in this session will work on these techniques to have much faster open turns!
  • STREAMLINE, UNDERWATER DOLPHIN KICKING, BREAKOUT PROGRESSION: At this session participants will continue to work on the progression covered on Day 1.
  • FINISHES: Setting yourself up for a fast finish is very similar to setting yourself up for a strong turn in any race. Races are won and lost by hundredths-of-a-second at every swim meet. Many races come down to the last few strokes. At this camp, your swimmer will learn techniques to set themselves up for a well-timed finish when they are still about 10 yards from the wall.
Day 3: RACE STRATEGY & EXECUTION: IM's (Sunday, Sept 25)

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  • IM STRATEGY: Every IM swimmer has a different strategy that they have developed over years of practice and racing. At this session, {{ our Elite Clinicians }} will work with swimmers to develop a deeper understanding of utilizing their own unique strengths and weaknesses to build a customized race plan that will help them swim faster!
  • STROKE PACING: There are many ways for a swimmer to adjust their strokes to maximize efficiency or speed. Lengthening distance per stroke at key times in an IM can help conserve energy. Swimmers can also prioritize tempo in their stroke to try to accelerate or finish strong! Elite athletes know themselves and how they need to adjust their strokes. Participants will learn how to seamlessly change these elements within their strokes to maximize the effectiveness of their strategy.
  • IM RACING: Many swimmers have different strategies while racing, especially when in the IM’s! Swimmers will need to adjust their racing strategy based on how they stack up among their competitors during the race. Swimmers will work with their {{ elite clinicians }} on balancing energy expenditure while competing against others to find the ideal combination for IM races!
  • STRATEGY REINFORCEMENT & PRACTICE: Swimmers will work with {{ our clinicians }} on finessing different IM racing learned during the session. They will then practice during a swim set developed by {{ our clinicians }} and the Fitter and Faster coaching team to help swimmers maintain their strategy and technique through fatigue!


Swimmers and parents are invited to ask the clinicians questions during a Q&A session. Gain insight into their training regimen, diet and nutrition, and recovery tactics.


Observe clinicians swim at full speed and demonstrate a progression of perfectly executed drills to achieve powerful, efficient and fast swimming.


Swimmers will get to practice what they've learned by taking their stroke to your top speed with some of the best swimmers and coaches in the world! They'll work on holding onto their form while challenging themselves.

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