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Swimming is a great workout for both children and adults. Training can begin at a young age through group lessons or individual instruction. Classes are often available at local pools. In addition to classes, local pools will often have open swimming where children can play in the water and adults can swim laps. A lifeguard must be on duty at all times to supervise swimmers. Lessons and instruction may be conducted by a lifeguard or professional swimming instructor. During class, swimmers will learn the different techniques to swim. As swimmers become older, they can join their school team or local club. Both clubs and schools allow swimmers to participate in swim meets and compete against others. Below are some helpful terms to help you become more familiar with swimming instruction options.

  • Freestyle - Also called the crawl and is the standard stroke used by all swimmers. While on their torso, swimmers alternate the use of the arms and legs to move forward.
  • Breaststroke - The breaststroke is the slowest of all swimming techniques. Swimmers utilize a double arm and frog kick to propel themselves in the water.
  • Butterfly - The butterfly is another very technical stroke. Swimmers extend both of their arms simultaneously in front of their body to move in the water.
  • Backstroke - While lying on their back, swimmers alternate arm and kick strokes to advance from one end of the pool to the other.
  • Air Exchange - Air exchange is the moment when swimmers take a breath and exchange carbon dioxide for oxygen in between strokes.
  • Fins - Fins are plastic blades that are worn on the feet and help a swimmer improve their kick.
  • Flutter Kick - Flutter kick is used in both freestyle and backstroke techniques. This kick utilizes small and rapid leg movements with creating as little splash as possible.
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    Usa Swimming
    Colorado Springs, CO 80909
    Providing all levels of Swimming Instruction Peoria. Find swim lessons and Swimming Instruction for kids or adults Peoria.
     
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    Clubs At River City The
    8603 N University St, Peoria, IL 61615
    At the Clubs at River City we believe that no matter what your fitness level, we have a program that will suit your needs. Whether you are new to exercise or already have a fitness routine, the Club
    (309) 693-5700
    The Clubs At River City
    8615 N University St, Peoria, IL 61615
    (309) 693-5715
    Knight's Rob Swim America
    510 E Washington St, Bloomington, IL 61701
    (309) 828-7946
    Ymca
    220 W Mckinley Ave Ste A, Decatur, IL 62526
    (217) 872-9622
    Ywca
    1405 E Monroe St, Springfield, IL 62703
    (217) 522-8828
    Springfield Park Dist
    2351 E Cornell Ave, Springfield, IL 62703
    (217) 525-8847
    Campus Rec Swim Lessons
    201 E Peabody Dr, Champaign, IL 61820
    (217) 333-3510
    Urbana Indoor Aquatics Center
    102 E Michigan Ave, Urbana, IL 61801
    (217) 384-7665
    Ymca
    749 Houbolt Rd, Joliet, IL 60431
    (815) 744-3939
    Sunco Pools Inc
    21 Tomahawk Trl, Oswego, IL 60543
    (630) 553-8224
    Ymca
    15120 W Wallin Dr, Plainfield, IL 60544
    (815) 267-8600
    Academy Swim Club
    203 S Elmwood Dr, Aurora, IL 60506
    (630) 264-2223


    Swimming is a fun activity that we all enjoy; however, it is also an activity that if we are not properly taught how to do can be dangerous, especially for small children. Both kids and adults often need the help of a trained and certified swimming instructor to learn water safety techniques. Many public pools also serve as a location for swim schools, where classes are taught for kids and adults. The level of instruction in each lesson varies depending on the individual's own abilities. For instance, a beginner class works on floating, and other basic water safety techniques. An intermediate or advanced class works on free style, back stroke, and butterfly and breast stroke techniques. If the lessons are for a local swim team, then the kids will also work on diving off blocks at the start of a race. Club swim teams especially undergo harder workouts. Other athletes, like triathletes, runners, and tennis players, also like to take up swimming lessons as a form of cross training and exercise. Many of these athletes hire swimming instructors as private trainers, specifically designing a workout for that person. Summer camps often team up with swim schools to form group lessons at a discounted rate for the parents, so the child can have some safe, supervised fun at the pool. Many of the teachers are also lifeguards and are trained in CPR. Swimming is one of the earliest sports known to man, with breast stroke and free style (front crawl) being among the first two stokes perfected. Other sports that are closely related include water polo and competitive diving.
     
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