Dry-Land Diving

For Teams and Individual Athletes


Montgomery County Sports Performance Center’s “Dry-Land Diving Program” is intended for beginner, novice, intermediate and advanced level divers.  This program can be used to supplement an athlete’s regular training regiment; or, may be used to provide beginners with a safe and fun environment in which they can learn the basics and discover a fundamental understanding of this highly artistic sport. 

Gain the strength, flexibility, and self-awareness needed to become a more successful diver.  Learn how to spin and twist faster with increased confidence and control.  Refine your hurdle techniques and become more familiar with the movements of your body.  Learn to recognize your own potential and strive to overcome “make-believe” limitations. 

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*Primary Instructor: Kyle Kushner

 

*Training equipment includes trampoline, belts and harness system, tumble-track, and spring floor. 

*Weekend Team-Clinics, Private Instruction & and Group-Privates can be arranged year round.  Weekly classes may be offered intermittently. 

Montgomery County Sports Performance Center chosen by USA Diving and the United States Olympic Committee to serve as one of four nationally recognized Regional Dry-Land Centers.

http://www.usadiving.org/2013/10/02/usa-diving-establishes-regional-dryland-centers/


 

USA Diving has established new USA Diving Regional Dryland Centers as part of a new initiative through the 2013-2016 High Performance Plan.

These centers are to be funded through the high performance plan award from the USOC with the intention being for these targeted centers to provide their dryland facilities for training to clubs in the region and from around the country.

The centers that have been selected in 2013-2014 are:

Montgomery County Sports Performance Center – Harleysville, Pa

Pacific Diving Academy – Los Angeles, Calif.
Mile High Dive Club – Denver, Colo.
Moss Farms Diving – Moultrie, Ga.
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We encourage you to take advantage of these world-class dryland centers. USA Diving members wishing to use a Regional Dryland Center should contact the designated individual at the center they wish to visit to book the facility free of charge for their proposed training use.