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6-Level Structured Learning System

The course starts with basic techniques to strengthen the swim learning foundation while building up the student’s confidence.

We aim to deliver an enjoyable swimming experience to children of different ages and levels.

Swim Foundation

Breaststroke

Stage

1

Freestyle & Backstroke

Stage

2

Stage

3

Stroke Development & Butterfly

Stage

4

Pre-Squad

Stage

5

Junior Squad

Stage

6

Stage 1 Swim Foundation

Build foundation, gain confidence and get ready for advanced level

Techniques: Submerging, floating, freestyle kicks with breathing coordination

Stage 2 Freestyle & Backstroke

Freestyle provides the greatest speed among the four styles and the movements are relatively easy to develop. Therefore, it is suitable for beginners to start off and to gain self-confidence for further advancement. Backstroke requires swimming on the back. This has the advantage of easy breathing as the swimmer is facing upwards. It helps to master the back floating body position, which is a basic survival technique.

Techniques: Freestyle arms and breathing coordination. Backstroke kicks with streamlined body position, arms and swim coordination

Stage 3 Breaststroke

Breaststroke mimics the frog’s swimming movements and is the most popular swimming style. The swimmer is looking forward and is able to observe the surrounding environment.

Breaststroke kicks, arms and breathing coordination treading water and shallow dive.

Stage 4 Stroke Development & Butterfly

Butterfly stroke evolves from the swimming technique of Breaststroke. Its movement mimics the dolphin kick. This is known to be the most  gorgeous style among the four.

Techniques: Competitive technique of Freestyle, Backstroke and Breaststroke, Butterfly kicks, arms and breathing coordination.

Stage 5 Pre-Squad

Basic training to enhance competition skills and stamina

Techniques: 4-stroke strengthening, start and turn, endurance and speed

Stage 6 Junior Squad

Advanced systematic training aiming at distance and speed enhancement

Techniques: Further strengthen 4-stroke skills and set goals for each member

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