YOU MUST BE A CURRENT US MASTERS SWIMMING MEMBER TO SWIM WITH JAMM
This August 2017, Jellies will swim at Pacific Grove High School at the following days and times:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 5:30-7 a.m. and Saturdays at 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
For latest updates and last minute scheduling, visit Rainedout and search for "JAMM" (
$20 JAMM annual membership fee
$10/session drop-in fee; or
$65/month for up to 12 workouts; or
TO REGISTER FOR JAMM AND UNITED STATES MASTERS SWIMMING - USMS:
1. Register for US Masters Swimming: www.usms.org.
Follow directions for registration. The club abbreviation is JAMM.
2. Download and fill out the JAMM registration form.
Indicate which fees you are paying. Bring the form to the pool and give to Christine or Elizabeth. Please pay JAMM $20 fee in cash by bringing it to the pool and paying to Christine or Elizabeth. Monthly coaching fee is payable by check or cash to Mark Temple. No prorated fees, please.
Email us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Testimonial of Drop-In Visitors:
Back in Switzerland, I would not miss to thank you for the opportunity you provided for me to join a training session with Mark and the team in Monterey. Was great to get the chance and to be received so openly and warmly. The training with Mark was a great start back into training; and sprinting with a bucket is now definitvely something I can erase from my bucket list ;-) Thanks to coach Mark for the good time and the great hints about hw no 1 (we followed them all and had a great time!!!)
Thank you for letting me come by and join your group this week. I had so much fun. Mark is a great coach. You truly have a gem of a program. You have great facilities and people. I hope to come by again next time I'm in town.
Thank you for letting us crash your practice last weekend - Geoff had a FANTASTIC time, I don't quite understand this love of being in the hurt locker - but he enjoyed it and has been talking about the practice ever since. He said "We need to move here so I can do more of those practices with a coach like Mark." So basically if you could please move to Boulder, that would make things much more convenient for me :)
In all seriousness, if you know of any other REAL swim coaches in our area (even Denver?) who are legitimate, we'd love any info or referrals. Geoff generally trains with mostly triathletes - which is apparently completely different than the training you put him through - and he's CRAVING "real" swim practices. He's upped his yardage since we got back and is loving all the hours in the pool. Sean (my brother) also really enjoyed himself - and I loved watching them both suffer (and smile)!
Thank you again!