Summer Programs 2021
LEARN TO ROW CAMPS
Our summer ‘Learn to Row’ beginners program is a great time for rising 6th to 12th graders who are interested in rowing!
We offer sections for Experienced beginners, which are designed for those who have completed at least one week of Learn to Row Camp. Also appropriate for any Middle School with previous rowing experience with Artemis or other clubs/school.
Our weekly camps focus on the following:
- Basics of the rowing stroke
- Water safety and boat awareness
- Conditioning, stretching and strength training
- Introduction to training on the erg, the indoor rowing machine
- Exposure to both sweep and sculling strokes
- Establishing all the fundamental knowledge of crew
- Enroll in multiple camps to build rowing skills and join our team in fall!
Monday – Saturday 8:00 am to 10:00 am at our Jack London Aquatic Center boathouse
- June 14-19 Beginner and Experienced Middle School
- June 21-26 Beginner and Experienced Middle School
- June 28-July 03 Beginner and Experienced Middle School
- July 05-10 Beginner and Experienced Middle School
- July 12-17 Beginner and Experienced Middle School
- July 19-24 Beginner and Experienced Middle School
- July 26-31 Beginner and Experienced Middle School
- Beginner — $360.00 per week
- Experienced Middle School — $335.00 per week
COMPETITION DEVELOPMENT CAMP
Our ‘Competition Varsity Camp’ is open to ALL EXPERIENCED HIGH SCHOOL ROWERS with at least one season of rowing experience.
We will be focused on athlete development:
- Improving Technical proficiency, Functional Movement Screening (Our coaching staff will provide each athletes functional movement screening throughout the program to maximize areas of improvement to produce a more balanced and capable athletic approach to rowing and racing)
- Strength and Conditioning
- Mental Training and Race Preparation
The focus of this camp is small boats i.e singles, doubles and pairs, quads and fours, with an objective of athletes getting better boat feel. Athletes will row twice a day with a break in between. All athletes who attend this camp will be eligible to travel with the team to Club Nationals in New Jersey, July 13th to 18th.
For those who do not want to travel, please let the coaches know asap
CAMP DATES: June 21-July 18, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 10:00 am and 4:15 pm to 6:45 pm at our Jack London Aquatic Center boathouse
COST: $1550.00 (there will be additional cost for those who will travel)
Besides, the learn to row camps, Artemis will be offering sessions for current 8th grader or high schoolers who are planning to join the novice team in the fall. This camp is designed to introduce athletes to a more competitive rowing practice style and prepare them for the fall season. Here athletes will build a strong foundation in:
- Proper rowing technique
- Strength and conditioning
- Stretching and mobility
- Expanding their knowledge of rowing methods and terminology
- Introducing mental training and competition mentality
CAMP DATES and TIMES:
Monday- Saturday 8:30- 10:30 at our Jack London Aquatic Center boathouse
- June 14-19
- June 21-26
- June 28-July 3
- July 5-10
- July 12-17
- July 19-24
- July 26-31
- $335.00 per week
Our ‘Pre-Season Training’ program is for Middle School, Novice AND Varsity Rowers
Pre-season training will be land base i.e running, ergging and injury prevention such as stretching and warm up/down. This will set you up for a successful seasons to come.
CAMP DATES: Aug 10-21, Monday – Friday, 4:15 pm to 6:45pm
at our Jack London Aquatic Center boathouse
COST: $300 for the 2 weeks
PLEASE NOTE: If you can not make it to both weeks the cost will be pro-rated.
Questions? Please call (510) 542-9673 or contact the registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: ALL rowers must provide a swim ability certificate signed by a lifeguard on the first day of practice; rowers without a swim ability certificate will not be allowed on the water. Swim ability certificates are available during the registration process or on the registration page.
WHAT TO WEAR AND BRING: We recommend that athletes dress in layers, wear running shoes and come ready to workout every day. Spandex shorts or leggings are best. NO extra baggy, long shorts, they will get caught in the seat. A fleece or wicking long sleeve is good for cold mornings. Bring a water bottle, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, (rain gear and dry clothes if it is raining) AND please label your bag with your name.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Due to Covid19 — If there are changes to start dates or stay in place order from Alameda County, we have flexible refund policy