Training

The amount of training a swimmer does depends on the squad they are in.

 

Regardless of squad, all swimmers are expected to:

  • Be ready to get in the water by the start time
     

  • Have the following equipment ready at poolside at the start of training: towel, goggles, swimming cap, water bottle, fins, kick board and pull buoy 

 

During training, parents are asked not to go onto the pool deck. If you want to watch your child, you are welcome to sit in the cafe or at the shallow end of the pool. If you need to speak to your child’s coach, please wait until after training has finished. 

Coaches occasionally give Marlins swimmers (aged 14-18) an assistant coaching role to build the capacity of the club’s future coaches as well as to provide a personal development for young swimmers.

Dolphins (max. 3 sessions per week)

Monday 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Tuesday 4pm – 5pm

Wednesday 4pm – 5pm

Thursday 4pm – 5pm

Friday 6am – 7am

Sharks (max. 3 sessions per week)

Monday 6am – 7am

Tuesday 4pm – 5pm

Wednesday 5pm – 6:30pm

Thursday 4pm – 5pm

Friday 6am – 7am

Sharks Gold (max. 5 sessions per week)

Monday 6am – 7am

Tuesday 6am – 7:30am; 4 – 5:30pm

Wednesday 5pm – 6:30pm

Thursday 4pm – 5:30pm

Friday 6am – 7:30am (inc. strength and conditioning for first hour)

Saturday 8am – 10am

 

Junior Marlins (min. 4-5 sessions per week)

Monday 7am – 8am (strength and conditioning), 5pm – 6:30pm

Tuesday 6am – 7:30pm; 5pm – 6.30pm

Wednesday 6am – 7:30am

Thursday 5pm – 6:30pm

Friday 6am – 7.30am (inc. strength and conditioning for first hour); 5pm – 7pm 

Saturday 8am – 10am

Senior Marlins (min. 5-6 sessions per week)

Monday 7am – 8am (strength and conditioning), 5pm – 7pm

Tuesday 6am – 7:30pm; 5pm – 7pm

Wednesday 6am – 7:30am

Thursday 5pm – 7pm

Friday 6am – 7.30am (inc. strength and conditioning for first hour); 5pm – 7pm 

Saturday 8am – 10am

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