Core Sessions

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Our core sessions comprise of two types of classes. 

 

These are Stroke Development and Swim Fit.

Classes are run in pools around Perth (see our locations & times) and are booked online here.

Stroke Development

Summary

Our Stroke Development classes are designed for those seeking to develop and enhance their freestyle technique.

  • Sessions are low in distance, with emphasis placed on quality over quantity and increased focus on skills & drills.

  • Equipment is often used to enhance kicking, body position, underwater catch, breathing, lung capacity and body movement through the water.  

  • Our coaches analyse strokes from the best possible angles out of and sometimes in the water, providing all participants with high quality feedback, demonstrations and plenty of encouragement along the way.

Purpose

To enhance freestyle skills and ability, improving body movement and efficiency through the water

To increase comfort and confidence in the water, providing greater enjoyment of the sport

Key Details & Prerequisites

25m pool

One hour sessions

Small class sizes (capped at 10)

Equipment to bring (where possible) includes goggles, cap, kickboard, fins and pull buoy

Swimmers must satisfy health requirements

Swimmers should be able to competently swim 25m of freestyle unaided

Swim Fit

Summary

Want to stay fit through swimming, take your skills to the next level, or smash a lifelong goal such as competing in the Rottnest Channel Swim?  Swim Fit has got you covered.

  • Swim Fit is designed to increase fitness and aerobic capacity through purpose-built swim sessions.

  • Sets cover distances of approximately 2km and include tailored exercises designed by our experienced coaches.

  • Workouts also help to improve muscle tone, lung capacity and your endurance all while having a low impact on your joints.

Purpose

To further swimming fitness and aerobic capacities

To assist you in achieving personal swimming goals

Key Details & Prerequisites

25m pool

One hour sessions

Small class sizes (capped at 10)

Equipment to bring (where possible) includes goggles, cap, kickboard, fins, paddles and pull buoy

Swimmers must satisfy health requirements

Swimmers should be able to competently swim 100m of freestyle unaided