In the News: Renae Makes Swimming History!Posted on April 5, 2020
Check out this article in the Sedona Red Rock News!
While it came to a premature end for some of the swimmers, members of the Sedona Race Pace Swim Club recently concluded what was a short course season to remember.
The end of season fun for the Race…
These three made the finals at the 2019 Candy Cane Classic in Phoenix! Congratulations - we are so proud of you!
Hi everyone. Here is some team info as we head into November:
As some of you may know, our practice schedule and locations will shift on Monday November 11th. Now that high school swim season is over, we will have increased access to the Sedona Community Pool.
Hi everyone. Please read on for some info regarding upcoming SRPC meets and events:
Thanks to all who have been soliciting gift certificates for our raffle. We cannot begin the raffle until we have the gift certificates in hand. If you’ve received a verbal commitment from a local…
Hi everyone. I hope you’ve all had a great break. As we head into the fall season, we have a few fundraisers in the works to help raise money to keep our kids in the pool year round. As you’ll recall from last year, the heating costs and pool fees…
We had a great time at the SRPC Burger Potluck this weekend! Here’s a video of the fun festivities for those of you that would like to check it out: https://youtu.be/bwUhRkTW6OM Thank you to everyone that was able to join us for an afternoon on the deck eating…
SRPC Conquers State read about it here.
----Add your favorite training buddy, Kegn!
Master's swimmer Kegn joined us at Sweetheart in Chandler. It was an absolute blast.
Sedona Race Pace Club (SRPC) is a year-round swim team in Sedona, Arizona serving youth ages 5 to 18, collegiate swimmers, masters swimmers, and pre-team novices.
We are proud affiliates of USA Swimming. Our expert USRPT coaches, Sean Emery and Lauren Robinson, provide personalized training to help each swimmer perfect their stroke and reach his or her full potential both in and out of the pool. Swimmers get to experience improvements through game-like sets, individualized feedback, dryland training, and participation in meets ranging from novice to international.
Experience an Athletic Awakening with USRPT Training:
While the average swim team practices physiology as the No. 1 blanket principle, our approach works better and faster because we prioritize the principles of specificity, individuality, and recovery in the optimal order of USRPT training which is 1.) Technique, 2.) Psychology, and 3.) Physiology.
Practices in Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek to accommodate swimmers from across the Verde Valley: Sedona, VOC, Clarkdale, Cottonwood, Rim Rock, Camp Verde...