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Swim Fundamentals

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Are you interested in participating in a swim team program, but not sure your're ready?  Are you looking to impove stroke technique, stroke efficiency and swim endurance? This is the program for you.  The SWIM FUNDAMENTALS Program provides the opportunities for swimmers to develop the skills needed to bridge between swim lessons and a competitive swim team program. 

This program is not affiliated with any swim team, and will not participate in swim meets.


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Swim Fundamentals: Stroke Development (skill level-beginner/intermediate)

Class will provide opportunity for participants to explore and develop the (4) competitive swim strokes with emphasis on stroke technique, and stroke efficiency, using hydrodynamic principles and basic swimming drills.


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Swim Fundamentals: Aerobic Development (skill level-intermediate)

Aerobic Development is a structured coached swim workout focused on improving swimming technique, stroke efficiency and increased distances. Classes are modified for swimmers of all abilities.  Lap swimmers are encouraged to participate.


Stroke Development8y-17yM/WTBDTBD$55
Aerobic Development1oy-17yT/ThTBDTBD$55

Equipment: No equipment is required to participate, however, participants are encouraged to bring cap, goggles, swim fins, and kickboard.  Loaner equipment will not be available.

Instructor: Brian Wilson

Brian is a former swim coach with more than 10 years of experience coaching athletes of all levels, including recreational swimmers, high school & collegiate swimmers, and club team athletes.  Before joining FRRPD, Brian served as the head coach of the Paradise Piranhas Swim Team, a year-round USA swim program, from 2000-2011.  During this time, he also coached for the Chico High School, Paradise Adventist Academy, and Paradise High School Swim Teams. In 2005 he was recognized as the NSCIF Coach of the Year.