The Pocock Rowing Center offers rowing programs in the legacy of George and Stanley Pocock, who believed in the educational power of rowing for youth.
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FALL-SPRING HIGH SCHOOL ROWING
New Rower Daily Schedule
Mon-Fri: 4:15 - 6:30 PM
Experienced Rower Daily Schedule
Mon-Fri: 4:30 - 6:45 PM
Sat + Sun Optional: 8:45 - 11 AM
Rowing at the Pocock Rowing Center is a transformative experience for the student athlete. Students learn life skills through teamwork, competition, skill development and fitness building. Pocock athletes have continued rowing at over 35 colleges, including the University of Washington. Some have represented the US in international competition.
COMPETITIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL ROWING
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 4:15 - 6:15 PM
Competitive Middle School Rowing for 7th-8th graders has two tracks: Beginning and Experienced. The class emphasizes sculling, functional fitness and fundamentals for long-term athlete development and enjoyment of the sport. Each day, participants will spend time rowing on the water and performing land-based fitness exercises and activities. Athletes will scrimmage local teams.
RECREATIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL ROWING
Tuesday, Thursday: 4:15 - 6:15 PM
Recreational Middle School Rowing for 7th-8th graders has two tracks: Beginning and Experienced. This team is designed for a recreational athlete looking to experience the social sport of rowing. Each day, participants will spend time on the water working in small boats (singles, doubles and quads) to learn and continue learning the basics of the sculling stroke, navigation and safety as well as challenging themselves with technical drills and speed work. Participants may also spend time doing land-based fitness exercises and activities.
2020 SUMMER LEARN TO ROW CAMPS
Middle School Learn To Row
Two week camps start weekly
June 29 - July 24 and August 3 - 28
High School Learn To Row
July 13 - July 24 - 9am – 12pm Mon-Fri
Aug 3 - Aug14 - 9am – 12pm Mon-Fri
CASCADE ACCELERATION 2020
DEVELOPMENT AND RACING CAMP
Cascade Acceleration is bringing athletes from around the Seattle Area together to train as a team and race at Canadian Henley. We teach the fundamentals of movement, rowing, mindset, and racing for high performance rowing. Camp will include small boat work, big boat work, and land training.
Open to rowers training for their first year in college.
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2020 SUMMER FOUNDATIONS CAMPS
Skill Development: M,W,F 8:30-10:30 AM
Intermediate: Tu,Th,Sa 8:30-10:30 AM
Skill Development: Have fun learning boat skills. Enjoy a fun training environment to build skill, strength, and fitness with experienced rowers.
Intermediate: Maintain your hard-earned fitness from the spring while developing endurance and boat feel during long rows. This is the best time to work on areas that you want to improve upon before fall racing.