Swim Strokes 201/202/203 Course

$50.00
SKU:
SWIM-STROKES-201
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Included in our improved eLearning platform

  • 1 Lesson Plan PDF
  • 7 Chapters
  • 1 Certification Exam
  • 1 Course Certificate (upon passing exam)
  • Accessible from computer or mobile device

We've combined a number of our previous products into one comprehensive course that includes all you need to learn and get right into teaching students.  Separately these products were sold for a total of $75, the new packaging results in a savings of $25.

Course Details

In this video, Swim Lessons University will do so much more than show you how to teach freestyle and backstroke. In fact, if you already have "Swim 101," you will get to see Learn-to-Swim Professional Jim Reiser pick up right where he left off with the same students!

Do you remember Jeb, McKenzie, and Laurina from Swim 101?  In this video course, you can see Coach Reiser teaching them now in Swim Strokes 201!   The neatest thing of all is that you will get to witness their progress as they have gone from being scared to put their face in the water to learning freestyle and backstroke!

Sixty minutes of video, loaded with tricks and techniques that you've never seen before! Not only will you be more effective in the teaching process, your students will be more engaged in the learning process. 

Here are the skills we teach in this course:

  • Prone Flutter kick
  • Flutter Kick on the Back
  • Breath Holding
  • Breath Control
  • In-line kick
  • Freestyle (w/o Side Breathing)
  • Backstroke

In addition, you will learn the progressions, drills, and teaching strategies and see for yourself how effective they can be!

 

Testimonials

Coach Reiser has produced a superb learn-to-swim video course on teaching Freestyle & Backstroke. Young children will be introduced to swimming in a way that will make the sport both safe and fun.
 
 
Phillip Whitten
Editor in Chief - Swimming World Magazine
Jim Reiser presents a unique and always enjoyable way of teaching. His style and technique of each stroke progression is both innovative and appealing to his students. He stresses fun which is essential to learning.
 
 
C. Rob Orr
Head Swim Coach
Princeton University

 

 

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