How to Learn to Swim as an Adult Developing Comfort in the Water. Floating and Kicking. Arm Strokes. Swimming lessons for adults are available in the following three levels, developed to meet the needs of adult learners: 1) Learning the Basics: earn basic swimming strokes and skills needed to stay safe, 2) Improving Skills and Swimming Strokes: Participants will gain proficiency in basic.
adult learn to swim groups This class is designed for adults with little or no prior swim lesson experience. The primary goals of this class are learning breath control, balance, and the fundamentals of freestyle, backstroke, and breaststroke. I truly believe swimmers are not born, but are made (excluding Michael Phelps and his insane body, of course). If you got past childhood without learning how to swim, it’s very possible that you’re now stricken with fear/embarrassment at the prospect. That makes perfect sense; it’s really hard to learn things as adults that for children require basically no work (like learning new Author: Kate Dries.
Adults and Teens Classes. Learn to Swim recognizes the importance of encouraging adults and teens to take swimming lessons. Together with Red Cross we offer classes tailored to them. There are four levels in this program to incorporate all interests and needs of adults/teens. The Learn to Swim Program provides individuals with a solid foundation of water safety knowledge and skills. Instructors are University of Minnesota Students that are certified in First Aid, CPR, and AED. The program features a variety of knowledgeable and responsible instructors who create the fun and excitement of our swim lessons.