Full Out Dive Club is a club based in Schenectady, NY where young people can learn diving skills and grow together as a team, making friends both in and out of the pool.
About Full Out Dive Club
Full Out Dive Club brings young people and athletes of all ages together to learn diving skills, work together to achieve goals, and flourish as individuals. The dive club puts a large emphasis on meaningful teamwork and solid support systems, so divers are motivated to step outside their comfort zones and face challenges.
Practices & Lessons
The types of diving lessons and training at Full Out Dive Club include club practices, private lessons, and semi-private lessons. Practices are held at the Union College Natatorium.
Club practices are a great place to start to learn specific skills and get some diving time with teammates. These group practices allow younger members to learn from more older individuals, and for the more experienced to mentor those new to the sport. Lessons tend to last around 90 minutes.
Looking for that one-on-one experience? Private lessons are available for those who have some experience in the sport, or who are looking to achieve specific skills.
Semi-private lessons are typically conducted with two athletes, where one diver can push the other and vice versa to reach goals. These lessons usually last roughly an hour. Semi-private lessons are an excellent option for those interested in joining the team and would like to kick up the intensity a bit.
Meet Coach Jeremy Sagaille
Jeremy Sagaille has been diving for over a decade, beginning his career at Union College where he taught private lessons, summer clinics, and club diving. He has also coached at two local high schools and served as Head Coach for diving teams at Siena College and Union College. In addition, Sagaille has earned a number of achievements, including UNYSCA Diving Coach of the Year for 2017.
Sagaille embodies the perfect combination of encouragement and motivation, using positive reinforcement to really connect with the divers and make them want to do better.