“I’ve always had this wild passion for racing. And I’ve always really loved being in water. But through my swimming days I felt that if I had a mentor – someone who had really been there, done that, in terms of racing at peak levels, training for the highest levels in competition, new experiences, racing abroad and other swimming challenges – I would have done a lot better. That’s why I decided to start the junior swimming academy. It’s my way of giving back to a sport that’s given me so much, by sharing my own learning and experience of competitive swimming with those who are on that same journey.” – CHARU MISHRA
The TRAINING includes:
Dry-land training is an essential element in improving performance in the pool. It refers to physical conditioning that a swimmer does out of the water. It is a form of cross training that includes cardiovascular, flexibility, and strength exercises with the goal to condition, stretch and strengthen muscles that are specifically used in swimming while building fitness and athleticism.
Sessions in the pool range from an hour to one hour and forty five minutes depending on the class format selected. These sessions include several muscle coordination drills for speed and to improve stroke technique, stroke correction tips individually where possible, and work on finer racing technique that includes refinement of starts, turns and finishes, sprint training and more.
- National record holder in 1500 mtr. Freestyle.
- Participated in Asian Age Group championship.
- Won medals in World Police & Fire Games.
- Trained under best coach in the world (U.S.A., AUSTRALIA,HUNGARY)
- Stroke correction.
MY STUDENT HAVE REPRESENTED WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
- Asian Games
- CWG 2010
- Participate Many National & International Championship.