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Swimming Classes for Toddlers – Level 1

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Skills taught in Level I Aquatics for Babies and Toddlers Enter water by stepping or jumping in from the side in shoulder-deep water Hold Breath Underwater – 5 seconds Bobbing – 5 times Retrieve Submerged Object – 2 times Front Float, Glide, and Recovery (15 seconds) Back Float,...

Swimming Classes for Babies and Toddlers

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Swimming Classes For Toddlers and Babies Los Angeles Skills taught at the Pre-School Aquatics Level Enter/Exit Water Independently Bubble Blowing Open Eyes under Water Retrieve Submerged Object Supported Front Float Supported Back Float Roll from Front to Back, Back to Front...

Parent and Me Swimming Lessons

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One with the Water‘s Parent and Me Swimming Lessons teaches the following basic skills in their swim classes for mommy and me swimming lessons. Beginning Skills Water Adjustment Enter/Exit Water with Support Bubble Blowing Submerge Eyes, Nose and Mouth Supported Front and...

Special Needs Swim Lessons Los Angeles

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Disabled Swimming Program – Adaptive Sports   We have worked with many special needs students and provide a custom disabled swim program for individuals including those diagnosed on the autism spectrum, ADD, ADHD, sensory integration, anxiety, Down and CHARGE syndrome,...

PTSD Therapy Los Angeles Swim Program

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Utilizing Swimming as a PTSD Therapy in Los Angeles Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a serious mental health condition that can develop after a person experiences a traumatic event, and while it can affect any person, today most people experiencing PTSD are Veterans...

Swimming Training Zones Revisited

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Training Zones Revisited “The purpose of this paper will be to describe a different interpretation of training zones, one that is based on training the three muscle fiber types. The physiological rationale for this theory was presented in an earlier paper. This follow-­up...

Swimming – Training Fast Twitch Muscle Fibers: Why and How

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Part I: Training Fast Twitch Muscle Fibers: Why and How “With the finding that short, intense sprints can improve aerobic capacity, there has been a huge increase in the number of experts who advocate this kind of training over traditional endurance training.” At One...

Stress-Related Breathing Problems: An Issue for Elite Swimmers

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Stress-Related Breathing Problems: An Issue for Elite Swimmers “The purpose of this preliminary study was to test if there are any links between breathing problems, and physiological and psychological recovery (or perceived lack thereof) in elite swimmers.” At One...