Level 4: In this level swimmers develop more variety of strokes and improve on those learned previously. elementary backstroke- arms and legs deep water object retrieval rotary breathing freestyle backstroke scissors kick and sidestroke whip kick and breaststroke intro to turning at wall diving in standing positions using safe diving rules swimming underwater
Level 5: This level furthers swimmers' stroke refinement and works towards gaining confidence in each individual stroke. alternate breathing long shallow dive freestyle elementary backstroke backstroke sidestroke breaststroke dolphin kick and butterfly turns on front/back surface dive treading water with different kicks
Level 6: This is the most advanced level offered. The class is focused on improving techniques of all strokes as well as building endurance.Freestyle 100+ yards continuous Backstroke 100+ yards continuous elementary backstroke breaststroke butterfly sidestroke treading water diving freestyle flip turn backstroke flip turn breaststroke turn breaststroke pullout and turn butterfly turn Refine each stroke to swim with ease and efficiency over a distance
Each swimmer will be evaluated on the 1st day of class and placed into a class, based on that assessment.A makeup class will be held on Wednesday, December 12th at 6pm
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