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TITLE: SGL Pee Wee Paddler VI (4-7 yrs)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Pee Wee Paddler V or equivalent skill proficiency. This small group class is designed to help students improve swimming stroke proficiency and endurance. Skills include swimming front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, and breaststroke 25 yards, butterfly stroke 10 yards and treading water for 30 seconds.

TITLE: SGL Swimming III for Children (6-12 yrs)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Swimming II or equivalent skill proficiency. This small-group class is designed to help increase student's endurance and independent swimming performance. Skills include, without assistance or use of flotation devices, entering, exiting, swimming and treading water in deep water safely, treading water 15 seconds, pushing off in a streamlined position on front and back then flutter kicking at least four body lengths, rotary breathing, swimming front crawl, elementary backstroke and back crawl at least 15 yards.

TITLE: Shallow/Deep Water Ex Combo(13-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Are you interested in a little variety? Try the ultimate in aquatic aerobic exercise! You use resistance equipment and flotation devices throughout the class.

TITLE: Springboard Diving-Advanced (6-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Must be able to swim at least 25 yards, and have completed or have skill level for Springboard Diving-Intermediate. Class emphasizes refining and improving the four main dive components: approach, takeoff, flight and entry, and the four basic dive positions: layout, pike, tuck and free. More advanced dives and flips are also introduced.

TITLE: Springboard Diving-Beginning (6-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Must be able to swim at least 25 yards. Class emphasizes an introduction to the four main dive components: approach, takeoff, flight and entry. Students are also introduced to forward and back dives.

TITLE: Springboard Diving-Inter (6-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Must be able to swim at least 25 yards and have completed, or have skill level for Springboard Diving-Beginner. Class emphasizes developing the four main dive components: approach, takeoff, flight and entry and the four basic diving positions: layout, pike, tuck and free.

TITLE: Stroke Mechanics (13-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Ability to tread water for one minute; continuously swim 50 yards. combined stroke using freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke. Student must have a competitive style swim suit (one piece) and goggles. Students with long hair may be required to use a swim cap. Class emphasizes improving swimming strokes and turn efficiency for fitness, competition, and/or triathlon competition. Participants improve breathing techniques and stroke mechanics for freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and turns. Butterfly is introduced.

TITLE: Stroke Mechanics I (6-12 yrs.)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Swimming 6 skill level; ability to tread water for one minute; continuously swim 50 yards freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke, and 15 yards butterfly. Student must wear a one-piece competitive-style swim suit and goggles. Students with long hair may be required to wear a swim cap. Class emphasizes refining freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke skills. Swimming drills are introduced, and lane etiquette is practiced.

TITLE: Stroke Mechanics II (6-14 yrs.)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Must have completed Stroke Mechanics I, must be able to tread water for one minute and to swim freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly using proper techniques and timing: continuously swim 100 yards freestyle and backstroke, 50 yards breaststroke, and 25 yards butterfly. Student must wear a one-piece, competitive-style swim suit and goggles. Students with long hair are required to wear a swim cap. Class emphasizes refining and improving freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke skills focusing on USA Swimming standards. Interval training, relays, starts, turns and finishes are introduced.

TITLE: Stroke Mechanics III (9-15 yrs.)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Experienced swimmers who have completed Stroke Mechanics II, can tread water for one minute and swim continuously at least 150 yards freestyle, 100 yards backstroke, 50 yards breaststroke, and 25 yards butterfly. Students must wear a one-piece, competitive-style swim suit and goggles. Students with long hair are required to wear a swim cap. Class emphasizes increase swimming endurance and distances through interval training and pace clock use and further refines swim strokes, starts and turns. Individual Medley (IM) is introduced and practiced.

TITLE: Stroke Mechanics IV (11-18 yrs.)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Must have a high endurance level to swim an intense workout each class; must be able to tread water for one minute; and swim continuously 200 yards each freestyle and backstroke, 100 yards breaststroke, 50 yards butterfly, and 100 yards IM. Students must wear a one-piece, competitive-style swim suit and goggles. Students with long hair must wear a swim cap. Class emphasizes high intensity interval workout and refines freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, starts, turns and finishes.

TITLE: Swim Team Prep Class (6-12 yrs)
DESCRIPTION: Get the competitive edge and prepare for swim team season with this swimming skill tune up. This class helps swimmers who have swim-team experience and want to get their competitive skills and swimming strokes ready for the next swim team season.

TITLE: Swim Training for Triathletes (13-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: The swimming portion of a triathlon can be the most challenging for many athletes. This class helps you maximize your performance. Emphasis is on improving your skill entering water, increasing swimming speed and endurance and to improving your transitions to and from the event's swimming portion.

TITLE: Swimming I - Teens & Adults (13-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Class emphasizes helping students gain basic swimming and safety skills and overcome fear of water. Skills include entering and exiting water, floating on front and back, gliding on front and back, breathing techniques, rolling from front to back and back to front, swimming at least two body lengths on front and back using arms and legs.

TITLE: Swimming I for Children (6-12 yrs)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Children must be able to function in a group setting. Class emphasizes helping participants gain basic swimming and water safety skills and overcome fear of water. Skills include entering and exiting water safely, blowing bubbles through mouth and nose. With assistance students learn to float on front and back, glide on front and back, roll over from front to back and back to front and swim at least two body lengths on front and back using arms and legs.

TITLE: Swimming II - Teens & Adults (13-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Swimming I or skill proficiency to blow bubbles with face submerged at least three seconds, float on front and back at least three seconds, swim on front and back using arms and legs at least two body lengths. Class emphasizes performing skills without support or flotation devices. Skills include floating on front and back, swimming on front and back at least three body lengths and rolling over from front to back and back to front. Treading water is introduced.

TITLE: Swimming II for Children (6-12 yrs.)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Children must be able to function in a group setting. Class emphasizes helping participants gain basic swimming and water safety skills and overcome fear of water. Skills include entering and exiting water safely, blowing bubbles through mouth and nose. With assistance students learn to float on front and back, glide on front and back, roll over from front to back and back to front and swim at least two body lengths on front and back using arms and legs.

TITLE: Swimming II for Children (6-12 yrs.)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Swimming I or equivalent skill proficiency. Class emphasizes increasing participant's confidence and ability to perform skills with and without assistance or use of flotation devices. Skills include: jumping in chest deep water, blowing bubbles with face submerged under water, floating on front and back, gliding on front and back at least two body lengths, rolling over from front to back and back to front, swimming on front and back at least three body lengths using arms and legs and treading water.

TITLE: Swimming III - Teens & Adults (13-Adult)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Swimming II or skill proficiency to swim unassisted on front and back at least three body lengths using arms and legs, and to submerge face in water for at least three seconds. Class emphasizes increasing endurance and independent swimming skills. Skills include rotary breathing, entering deep water safely, treading water 15 seconds; and swimming front crawl and elementary backstroke 15 yards, and back crawl five yards without assistance or support.

TITLE: Swimming III for Children (6-12 yrs.)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Swimming II or equivalent skill proficiency. Class emphasizes increasing endurance and independent swimming skills performance. Without assistance or flotation devices, students safely enter, exit, swim and tread water in deep water, tread water 15 seconds, push off in a streamlined position on front and back then flutter kick at least four body lengths. Skills also include rotary breathing, swimming front crawl, elementary backstroke and back crawl at least 15 yards.

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