Join Peak Performance Swim Camp at our preseason training camp in Mount Kisco, Westchester County, New York! The elite camp offers two training levels for competitive swimmers ages 8-18 years. Learn to swim faster and more efficiently!
CAMP IS LIMITED TO A MAXIMUM OF 32 SWIMMERS! We have taken enhanced health and safety measures. Read important details.
The term “training camp” has a long-standing tradition in competitive swimming, where swimmers undergo a focused week of intense physical activity to get a jump start on future competitions or the start of a new season. At PEAK, we proudly put our own spin on it and go above and beyond. We start by creating an “eagle mindset” where swimmers hunger to do better and perform better. Next we add four hours a day of intensive training, purposeful teaching, a daily Winning Spirit pep talk, dynamic dry-land training, and soothing yoga. The combined PEAK experience toughens swimmers mentally, boosts fitness and confidence, and improves essential swimming skills. It would be near impossible for us to offer a camp format such as this with a large number of swimmers, so we restrict registration to ensure a low swimmer-to-coach ratio (the best in the industry). Learn from the PEAK pros and get the winning edge!
Choose the best training level for you!
12 & OVER CAMP is our most challenging training level and builds throughout the week in both intensity and expectation. State-of-the-art skill progressions are combined with challenging swim sets, and swimmers are tested throughout to maintain their newly acquired skills.
11 & UNDER CAMP is the lead-up training level to the 12 & OVER CAMP. While both camps follow the same format, the skill progressions and challenging swim sets are adjusted for younger swimmers.
Note: Swimmers are assigned to lanes based on their current skill and performance level versus their age.
Peak Performance Swim Camp is following social distancing and sanitizing guidelines as it relates to COVID-19 as set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), local government authorities, and USA Swimming. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present; we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed during your visit.