In May of 2019 "Adam Peaty Race Clinics" was born. The concept was created by Adam Peaty MBE and his training partner, Edward Baxter. When planning the first tour of clinics the aim was to revolutionize the normal "swim clinic" and make it something that people had never seen before and do something that is often missed out in the swimming world... teaching young swimmers how to RACE.
The first tour took place in August of 2019 and saw the Adam Peaty Race Clinics Team visit five different location for five consecutive days all around England. From Bath all the way up to Cumbria, this tour also included a visit to Adam's old stomping ground in Repton, Derbyshire.
The day consisted of three stations. First of all a swim station - this was made up of two groups, a breaststroke technique station lead by Adam Peaty and a breaststroke pull out station ran by Edward Baxter. The second station was headed up by Adam's gym coach, Robert Norman. This was a land station which really focused around body weight exercises and improving swimming specific pathways. The final station was the "Racing Edge Station". This was lead by Tim Shuttleworth and was based around the mental side of racing and how the elite swimmers get the winning edge.