KCAC Diving Workshop: How To Do A “RIP” Entry. FREE! HURRY! This will fill up fast!

By |June 1st, 2015|

KCAC Diving (Mini) Springboard Diving Workshop for FREE “Rip” Entry Clinic at KCAC
sponsored by DiveSeattle

Tuesday, June 16th from 5:30-7pm

Probably the single most important aspect of diving is the proper diving entry. Learning a “Rip” entry is a specific “FEEL” and hand placement on the water. Divers who get the right feel and entry positioning, can […]

Safe Diving in Backyard Pools – DiveSeattle’s Tips

By |May 19th, 2015|

Safe Diving in BackYard Pools always requires knowing the rules. The homeowner of a backyard pool is responsible to let you know the “house” rules and should be followed for safety purposes. Diving is fun and we like to keep it that way 🙂

With summer pools opening and kids getting back on the diving boards, […]

Rock N’ Roll Dive Meet will be Friday, June 26th from 5-9:30pm at KCAC!

By |April 23rd, 2015|

Rock N’ Roll Dive Meet will be Friday, June 26th 2015 from 5-9:30pm at KCAC so mark your calendars!  Learn-to- Dive lesson divers and team divers will have a chance to participate in Bronze or Silver events, a 6 dive high school diving list or full JO diving event. This is a pre-qualification for AAU […]

Springboard Diving Training Tips: Back Dive Tuck

By |April 12th, 2015|

Springboard Diving Training Tips: Back Dive Tuck

Here is the Springboard diving training video for Coach Max’s Saturday class at Juanita Pool in Kirkland. Today we were specifically training for the back dive in the tuck position. If you missed class, please review the video at your convenience.

We love the sequence the diver uses […]

Springboard Diving Training Tips: Front Dive Tuck position

By |April 12th, 2015|

Coach Max’s Springboard Diving Training Tips for Today: Front Dive in the Tuck Position

Today’s training tip on the front dive tuck is to really “circle up” arms high overhead to the second reach of the hurdle extending through the ankles and toes into a straight vertical line going into the dive. Full extension is necessary […]