TWEENS AND TEENS SWIM LESSONS
The Y offers swim lessons for tweens & teens at various competency levels from beginner to pre-competitive. We know that an 11 year old beginner swimmer will not get in the pool with a 7 year old swimmer of the same level. We have designed age appropriate classes to ensure that children of any age can learn to swim and advance in their swimming goals for safety, fitness or sport.
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AQUATEK 1 – Ages 9-13
Age appropriate swim class for the swimmer who has a basic knowledge of swimming but would like to improve overall technique and swimming ability. Levels correspond to techniques taught. AquaTek 1 – Teaches and refines freestyle, backstroke and basic diving while beginning to build endurance.
AQUATEK 2 – Ages 9-13
Age appropriate swim class for the swimmer who has a basic knowledge of swimming but would like to improve overall technique and swimming ability. Levels correspond to techniques taught. AquaTek 2 – Teaches breaststroke while continuing refinement of freestyle and backstroke and building swimming endurance.
AQUASQUAD • Ages 9-13
Get fit and improve your endurance and swim skills in this non-competitive, coached swimming twice weekly workout. Designed for swimmers who have passed the FISH level and are comfortable swimming laps using freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke. Focus on stroke refinement. Butterfly stroke, flip turns and starts introduced.
POWER SWIM • Ages 9-13
Designed for students who have passed Flying Fish or Shark and want the challenge of twice weekly workouts to improve technique, endurance and fitness levels. Great for staying in shape between sport seasons.
ADVANCED TEEN POWER SWIM • Ages 13-18
Teens take your swimming to the next level. This advanced course will feature challenging and fun one hour long workouts which help students improve their technique, endurance and fitness levels. Includes worksheets to help students identify their individual swimming and fitness goals and help them write and design their own swimming workouts