Coach Q Blog Posts
Learning to Swim should be FUN
Children will be safer and more comfortable in the water the younger they learn to swim. Swimming becomes more difficult to learn as you get older. Fear of water only occurs from lack of swimming exposure or a traumatic water incident. Swim lessons year round will help your child swim faster and prevent fear of water.
Swimming Lesson Practice
wim Lesson Club USA knows the importance of swimming safety and wants to help parents prepare. Parents are often left out of the learning to swim process. The key to instilling safe behavior is consistent swimming skill practice with parent outside of a formal lesson environment.
Teach Yourself to Swim | Adult Guide
Learn the secrets that have helped thousands learn to swim. What if you could identify and overcome the 2 roadblocks to learning to swim: water sensitivity and the fear of falling or water buoyancy. You will learn how to teach yourself the swimming fundamentals; anxiety control, streamline swimming position, treading water, breath control, effective strokes, back float … Read more
Swimming is the Only Sport that Could Save your Life
It’s widely understood that swimming is the best fitness sport available exercising all the Cardiovascular, Cardio-respiratory, and muscle systems unlike any other sport. Swimming is a sport that you will be able to participate at all ages due to it’s no impact on our joints. Swimming is the only sport that can save your life.
Swimming Skills to Practice Outside of Lessons
Cue techniques: Lifts and blowing in the face. You should ever force a child underwater younger children will never fight, however, as they get older and develop anxiety they will. With children reluctant to go under then you must get them to growl or hum into the water before you help them under the water. Always condition safe behavior Don’t allow your student to enter the water or jump of a wall unless they have been cued to enter. Count to 3 before entering the water and every time you leave the stairs or wall. Make sure to turn the child right back to where they started every time!