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Stroke Mechanics I (6-12 yrs.)

Prerequisite: Swimming 6 skill level; ability to tread water for one minute; continuously swim 50 yards freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke, and 15 yards butterfly. Student must wear a one-piece competitive-style swim suit and goggles. Students with long hair may be required to wear a swim cap. Class emphasizes refining freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke skills. Swimming drills are introduced, and lane etiquette is practiced.


Stroke Mechanics II (6-14 yrs.)

Prerequisite: Must have completed Stroke Mechanics I and be able to tread water for one minute and to swim freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly using proper techniques and timing, continuously swim 100 yards freestyle and backstroke, 50 yards breaststroke, and 25 yards butterfly. Student must wear a one-piece, competitive-style swim suit and goggles. Students with long hair are required to wear a swim cap. Class emphasizes refining and improving freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke skills focusing on USA Swimming standards. Interval training, relays, starts, turns and finishes are introduced.


Stroke Mechanics III (9-15 yrs.)

Prerequisite: Experienced swimmers who have completed Stroke Mechanics II, can tread water for one minute and swim continuously at least 150 yards freestyle, 100 yards backstroke, 50 yards breaststroke, and 25 yards butterfly. Students must wear a one-piece, competitive-style swim suit and goggles. Students with long hair are required to wear a swim cap. Class emphasizes increasing swimming endurance and distances through interval training and pace clock use and further refines swim strokes, starts and turns. Individual Medley (IM) is introduced and practiced.


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