What is Race Pace Training?
USRPT stands for Ultra-Short Race Pace Training. The best way to train the body for an activity (especially a complex one) is to replicate that activity as closely as possible. This is known as the principle of specificity. With this principle in mind, our USRPT swim coaches design sets with a very specific pace and race in mind which allows the swimmer to develop an innate understanding and feel for specific races. This neuromuscular training is invaluable as it trains their body’s energy systems accordingly. Learn more about USRPT.
Keeping our swimmers safe through Safe Sport
RACE PACE CLUB IS PRESENTLY WORKING TO GET SAFE-SPORT RECOGNIZED!
The focus of our mission is to offer each child a chance to develop in a healthy way and to enjoy success through being part of structured aquatic activities, and thus secure a higher quality of mental and physical well-being.
We are committed to providing a stable and organized environment where youth and their families experience a sense of belonging and social connection. This is of vital importance now more than ever in light of social distancing and limited extracurricular activities.
To help achieve this healthy environment, Race Pace Club AZ is an active participant in USA Swimming's Safe Sport program. a comprehensive abuse prevention program. Find out more about this multi-layered approach to keep kids safe here.
To deal with a Safe Sport concern, contact USA Swimming at (719) 866-4578
RPC Safe Sport coordinator: Jodi "Jato" Thornton (928)-713-4824 [email protected]
Little Swimmers Learn & Have Fun!
Technique is our primary goal for our littlest swimmers. It's counterproductive to reinforce ineffective patterns so we build a young swimmer's stroke pattern using games, drills, relays, and kicking in conjunction with race pace sets.
Questions about what your new swimmer should bring to the pool? Check out these New Swimmer FAQ posts:
Help Swimmers Train Through Winter
It's deductible! Rain or shine, sleet or snow, Sedona swimmers and their dedicated swim coaches spend up to 16+ hours each week of pool time pursuing athletic goals such as breaking state records and gaining college scholarships all while having a ton of fun. In order to use the Sedona Community Pool through the winter, our swim team must pay to heat and maintain the pool which costs several hundreds of dollars each month.
Friends, family, and community members, please consider helping our athletes in Sedona swim year-round with a tax-deductible donation to Sailfish Sports Project, our 501C3 charitable organization. Use the link at the right under "HEAT THE POOL" to donate now!
The Sedona Race Pace Club enjoys having fun out of the water as well as in training. Do you have ideas for getting together outside of the pool or have a knack for organizing that sort of thing? Let's work together to generate some ideas that incorporate fundraising and FUN .