Swim Lesson Plan – Beginner Lesson Template

Beginner Swim Lesson Template Use this basic template to get a general idea on what to do. Most swim lessons are focusing on Front crawl (Freestyle), or Back Crawl (Backstroke). While these two skills are primarily done on the surface, a third skill generally termed "Going Underwater" was added. _ Freestyle Activities: Floats Glides Arm ... Read moreSwim Lesson Plan – Beginner Lesson Template

How did Chad Le Clos Beat Michale Phelps in the 200m Fly??

First off, the idiotic NBC, Comcast, stranglehold on the olympic video is ridiculous and needs to be addressed.   See the video here, but you had better have NOSCRIPT! installed or some other pop-up ad blocker.   We’re going to look at the final 5 seconds of the race. Phelps is in lane 6, and … Read moreHow did Chad Le Clos Beat Michale Phelps in the 200m Fly??

Swim Lesson Plan – Level 2

Swim lesson plan for beginner swimmers. The best way to teach young swimmers is through repetition. Most children (literally almost ALL) are unable to physiologically complete most of the fine motor movements that swimming requires. Children are physically UNABLE to mimic, or do certain things because they haven’t reached that point in their growth yet. … Read moreSwim Lesson Plan – Level 2

Swim Drill – Fly – Undulate, Pause, Undulate and stroke

Butterfly Drill: Pause, undulate, pause, undulate and stroke. This drill is actually two steps. 1) P+U+P+U/stroke GO SLOW! Do not rush this drill. the Pause (P) is floating on the surface balanced, arms out straight above the shoulders, head in line, looking down. Undulate (U) is a fly body motion. Start with the chest pressing … Read moreSwim Drill – Fly – Undulate, Pause, Undulate and stroke

Swimming Game – Buckethead

This is the best swimming lessons game of all time. Buckethead’s success is directly proportional to the amount of enthusiasm the instructor puts into it. With action, fearlessness, and boldness this can be the most successful game of all time. Get a bucket/pail/bowl Fill it with water pour it over the participant’s head while shouting/singing/saying … Read moreSwimming Game – Buckethead

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