USMS Stroke Development and Improvement Clinic for Swimmers - Berkeley Heights, NJ
USMS is sponsoring a USMS stroke development and improvement clinic for swimmers of all abilities. All four strokes will be evaluated and corrected with the use of drills and coach instruction. Mel Goldstein and Dominic Latella will be on hand to help you improve your technique and teach you drills that will enable you to continue to refine your stroke. Swimmers are not required to swim all strokes and may work on only those strokes they choose.
Dominic Latella is the owner and Head Instructor of SwimBox, an Endless Pool facility that services swimmers in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, northern Virginia, and Maryland. Coach Latella works with physical therapists, strength & conditioning coaches, and sports medicine doctors to give the safest and most well rounded swim lessons to his clients. He has more than a decade of experience training Masters swimmers nationally and abroad and is a Level 4 USMS Certified Coach. He also works in swimming rehabilitation of Paralympic military athletes in Washington, D.C. at Walter Reed. Coach Latella focuses on execution of appropriate swimming technique to achieve not only improved efficiency and propulsion, but also to prevent injury. His philosophy emphasizes proper technique so that a swimmer may attain one’s best time while optimizing performance for a lifetime of swimming.
Mel Goldstein was the 2001 Speedo U.S. Masters Coach of the year, Mel won the 1997 Ransom J. Arthur, MD Award that goes annually to a person who best supports the objectives of Masters swimming. It is the highest honor bestowed by U.S. Masters Swimming. He is a past President of USMS and a USMS All American with 255 Individual Top Ten Achievements. In 2012, he was inducted into the International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame.
Berkeley Aquatic Club
629 Central Ave
New Providence, NJ 07974
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Registration: 10:45 a.m.-11 a.m.
Swim Clinic: 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. Please be in your suit and on the deck by 11 a.m.
Equipment: Please bring your fins, suit, goggles and a towel. Fins are important because without them many of the drills may be difficult. Fins help create buoyancy and mild propulsion. If you have hand paddles, please bring them too.
Online registration only. Registration closes at midnight pacific time on Saturday, March 25, 2017, or when the clinic enrollment reaches 36.
Online Registration is Paid by Credit Card:
Your online registration for this course will be paid by credit card and processed by Club Assistant. Please look for "ClubAssistant.com Events" on your credit card statement.
Clinic registrations are non-refundable and non-transferrable to another individual. If you can provide the USMS national office with a minimum of 72 hours notice before the start of the scheduled clinic time, you may transfer your registration to a clinic at an alternate date and location. Written email notification must be sent to ClubCoachServices@usms.org
Registration closed on Saturday, March 25, 2017.