Age Group I

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Holiday Practice Schedule
December 13-16 We will OFFER both a 1:30 – 3:30 pm and 3:30 – 5:30 pm AG1 Workout
December 19-23 AG1 will practice 8-10 am
No Practice December 24-26
December 27-30 AG1 will practice 7-9 am
No Practice December 31 - January 1


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RACE PACE - Training Spread Sheet    Training Sheet Example

Race Pace isn’t sprinting to exhaustion but creating the speed that will be needed to achieve goal times for each event.
Race Pace training develops muscle memory and helps create speed and power.
If you train at slow speeds you will compete at slow speeds, if you learn to train at faster speeeds you will compete at HIGHER levels.

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Fall, Winter and Spring Practice Schedule:

  • Monday - Friday 3:30 - 6:30 pm         
  • Saturday 8 - 10 am

2022-23 Tentative Age Group Meet Schedule
January 21-22 Ocala-FAST Meet
Febraury 3-5 RATS Meet at Indian River
February 25-26 Area 2 Meet @ Lake Brantley
March 2-5 National Training Center @ Clermont
April 22-23 Ron Nardozzi Invitational @ LHPS


As of late I have been introducing Sets where I've asked you to SWIM LIKE A CHEETAH RUNS...

There is a consequence to poor performance in the cheetah's world.
If it does not go out each day and run as fast as it can, it does not eat, it does not feed its family.
It is going all-out, full bore every time it goes out and meets the day.

The challenge we have in our sport, is that we don't do that enough.
We think we do; the kids tell me they are working as hard as they can. I am not sure that is true. I am trying to get each of you to go 100%, like the cheetah runs.
WHY - Because in our sport, we do not have a consequence for poor performance, despite the fact that I am encouraging you to go full speed, all-out, every stroke,
all the details associated with being fast,
we get probably only 60-70% of capacity. 

By the way, when the cheetah runs, the head never moves. It is still and totally focused on the prey.

Age Group 1 Expectations

  • Have Fun
  • Be on time
  • Taking ownership/accountability of your swimming (i.e equipment, warm-down, effort, etc.) 
  • Respect for coaches, teammates, and workouts at all times
  • Having pride in Highlander Aquatics and your training
  • Swimmer to Coach Communication. Communicate any practice conflicts at least 24 hours in advance
  • Honest, purposeful, committed practice each and every day. The goal at each and every practice is to better ones-self and influence teammates in a positive direction 

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  • Goggles (always have a spare or two) 
  • Cap (optional for boys, always have spares)
  • Pull Buoy
  • Fins 
  • StrokeMaster Paddles (Green Size 1 for most) or Speedo Paddles (Blue size for most)
  • Equipment Bag (Swimmers can hang them on pool deck)
  • Snorkel (Speedo Bullet, Hydralign or Finis glide snorkel)
  • Team Suit for Meets 

Fees and Requirements: 

  • The tuition is $140/month for 12 months/year for Age Group I.
  • There is a $140 per year fundraising requirement and a $85 annual registration fee. 
  • Parents are required to work at least 1 session per day of each meet we host.
  • The fees for the first month and the registration fee are required by August 25th.
  • Seasonal payment options are available for this group for $160/month. 
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