Using a practical approach, I’ll focus on helping you swim better by instituting best practices for success. I’ll cut through the clutter, the jargon, and help you make improvements immediately. Of course there are many ways to learn to swim, or swim better. Below are the angles I’ll work on together to help you be successful.
This could be the best option for fast results while being extremely convenient. If you have a tight schedule, and need some flexibility, private lessons are the way to go. Your stroke will be evaluated, and explained to you in clear terms what needs to be done to build on your strengths while eliminating your weaknesses. This hands-on approach often produces immediate results, for all levels of swimmers.
Five 1-hour lessons: $395
1-hour single lessons: $90/hr
30min single lesson: $50/hr
Kids: Six 30-minute lessons: $195
Train under the guidance of an experienced swim coach in a group setting. You show up, shower, get in the water, and the assignments start flying. The coach of the evening will gauge the workout to your skill level, and modify it appropriately. This is not the place to get a stroke critique. However, it is the place to build endurance, strength, and work on skills learned from a private lesson.
Triathlon Club & Training Groups
Life gets in the way sometimes, therefore you need to be able to adjust on the fly and be flexible. Through triathlon clubs and training groups you can find others with similar schedules, or in the case of some, start your own group. Much like masters programs you can find motivation from the group itself. These types of groups will most likely practice “outside”. It is here where you’ll get real-world experience in a dynamic environment. This is a great place for the newbie triathlete to start.
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