Stroke Development 2013-2014
Learning proper swim stroke technique is essential for becoming a lifelong developed swimmer. Even the best Olympic athletes need to practice and fine tune their strokes. These practices need to be on going to successfully keep their bodies in shape and their swim performance up. Your little athlete needs conditioning, stroke development and practice to maintain their performance in the sport of swimming too. Keeping your child involved in swim lessons provides them with the skills and tools they need to achieve, up keep and advance in swimming and cardio-endurance exercise. These developmental swim lessons are designed to teach your swimmer everything they need to know to advance into a swim team environment with confidence and technique.
Technique & Distance Building: Frogs
This groups of swimmers should be able to swim a full length of Freestyle and back sculling for 25 yards each. They need to be comfortable in the deep end of the pool and have no problems jumping and attempting dives. Frogs swim program was created to give newly lap swimmers instruction and practice on developing stroke technique and endurance swimming. These swimmers are not yet ready for a swim team environment and are working towards building those techniques necessary to advance.
Frogs: 45 minutes with 6:1 ratio
Swim for Fitness: Crocs Our Crocs program is a good substitute for children that are ready for swim team but do not wish to swim competitively.This program is a swim for fitness class that focuses on all four competitive strokes while introducing development of endurance swimming for exercise. Crocs classes are available for children age 7 and up and are structured for the participants to come 1-2 times per week.
Crocs: 60 minutes with 8 participants
School Year 2014: Sherwood Pool Schedule
Spring Session: February 10th-April 26th (10 lessons) No lessons April 14th-20th due to dome extraction/spring break
$186.00 for Frogs, $196.00 for Crocs (1 class), $362.00 (2 classes)
Frogs, Mondays 3:15-4 pm (Anitra)
Frogs, Tuesdays 5-5:45 pm (Jean) Full
Frogs, Wednesdays 5:30-6:15 pm (Anitra) Full
Frogs, Thursdays 5:30-6:15 pm (Anitra) Full
Frogs, Fridays 11:45-12:30 pm (Anitra) Full
Frogs, Fridays 5;30-6:15 pm (Jean)
Frogs, Saturdays 10:15-11 am (Jean) Full
Crocs, Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 pm (Gus)
Crocs, Thursdays 5:30-6:30 pm (Gus)
Extended Spring Session: April 28th-May 24th TBA
Summer Prep Course 1: April 28th-May 9th TBA
Summer Prep Course 2: May 12th-May 24th TBA
Important information about Registration & Paying for Lessons:
To reserve your child’s spot for swim lessons, you must register through email or by phone with our program director and make your payment. Your payment will need to be received within five business days of class registration to secure your child’s spot within the class. All participants that have not paid (after five days) will be placed on a waiting list for the class. Late fees will be accessed for any payments not received by the first day of class. Payments can be made on line by using a paypal account (click here to Register) or you can mail your payment to:
Swim Fanatics Swim Club
PO BOX 10407
Greensboro, NC 27404
Our swim club collects a registration fee per swimmer each school year to cover USA Swimming dues & liability insurances for the education of our instructors & safety of our participants. This fee is collected at the start of your swimmers first session each school year and is collected annually. This registration fee is $55.00 per swimmer (Sept-May). For all participants joining our program after January 1st each season, the fee is prorated to $35.00 per swimmer. Please make this annual payment along with your session dues at the time of registration.
Please visit our policies & guidelines section under the About us icon to review our make up policies. You will be expected to be familiar with all policies and will be asked to sign a waiver at the start of your child’s classes to confirm you understand all policies.