All Junior Rowers – Learn from the best!
Happy 2021! Thank you for inviting All-American to Worcester and Lake Quinsigamond. We are thrilled to return to new places year to year but also super excited to be coming to a new location for our camps. Worcester is one of the most historic locations in America for rowing and the history of amazing teams and races just makes it all the better site for a Juniors Rowing Camp. All-American was founded in 1999 and we have conducted hundreds of camps all over the world and can’t wait to visit you.
Jim Dietz and Mark Wilson will be your camp coaches and we hope to bring our experienced eyes, some challenging drills, and always thinking about helping you make your rowing more consistent, efficient, productive and enjoyable! We will be together for two-three day sessions with time to work on boat/oar rigging, do plenty of video review as well as any questions or foundational discussion that comes up.
Rowing Camp goals for you will be varied and people get into rowing for various reasons but ultimately, we want every young rower to get the absolute best start to the sport so it becomes a true life long joy. Racing is important so we will take the first three days to work on technical aspects of the sport in a little slower pace with plenty of time to learn. The second three days will be focused on workouts and building speed. This will be a very intensive but rewarding camp with the most passionate and professional coaching duo on the water.
All-American Rowing Camp strives to do exactly what our name implies, We travel the country and conduct professional, progressive, positive and FUN rowing camps for those who have won national championships and those who want to.
Our company and cadre of coaches conduct 25 to 35 camps annually and we love what we do and it shows. We are often invited to return year after year to hon skills and meet new rowers at the same club. Our style of coaches is one that supports your good habits and works to correct less desirable ones. We strive to make noticeable changes at every camp no matter if you have been rowing for a few months or a few decades.