Adult Stroke Improvement Classes

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Adult Stroke Improvement Classes

Ages: 8 and up

Date & Time: Tuesday 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. From 1/8 – 2/26/2019 (NO CLASS 1/1 or 2/9)

Saturday 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. From 1/5 – 2/2These classes are for adult swimmers who wish to improve their technique for better competitive outcomes.  Stroke technique is a living and evolving science.   Our coaches will assess your current stroke; discuss opportunities for improvement and break down the components into drills to help you make the changes you need to be more effective and efficient in the water.   IF you feel “stuck”….this is the 90 minute class for you.

Freestyle is swum most frequently.   Good technique helps you get faster AND avoid injury.  We will focus on body position, rotation, breathing, kick, pull, start and turn.

Backstroke is often thought to be a great recovery stroke; but it is so much more.   Focus on body position, rotation, kick, pull start and turn.

Breaststroke, arguably the most technical of strokes.  Focus on body position, timing, kick, pull, start and turn.

Butterfly…the toughest stroke?  Not if you’ve got rhythm!  Focus on body position, breath, kick, pull, start and turn.

Dolphin kick….the 5th “stroke”.  Use of great underwater dolphin kicks can separate you from the pack.

Class size is small to allow for maximum attention and feedback.3/2019

$89.00

10 spaces available

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Ages: 8 and up

Date & Time: Tuesday 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. From 1/8 – 2/26/2019 (NO CLASS 1/1 or 2/9)

Saturday 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. From 1/5 – 2/2These classes are for adult swimmers who wish to improve their technique for better competitive outcomes.  Stroke technique is a living and evolving science.   Our coaches will assess your current stroke; discuss opportunities for improvement and break down the components into drills to help you make the changes you need to be more effective and efficient in the water.   IF you feel “stuck”….this is the 90 minute class for you.

Freestyle is swum most frequently.   Good technique helps you get faster AND avoid injury.  We will focus on body position, rotation, breathing, kick, pull, start and turn.

Backstroke is often thought to be a great recovery stroke; but it is so much more.   Focus on body position, rotation, kick, pull start and turn.

Breaststroke, arguably the most technical of strokes.  Focus on body position, timing, kick, pull, start and turn.

Butterfly…the toughest stroke?  Not if you’ve got rhythm!  Focus on body position, breath, kick, pull, start and turn.

Dolphin kick….the 5th “stroke”.  Use of great underwater dolphin kicks can separate you from the pack.

Class size is small to allow for maximum attention and feedback.