ADD is a common condition in children. Use these tips to ensure the safety of participants and to create a rich learning experience.
Use this tool to plan daily, weekly, monthly, and periodic maintenance at your facility.
Fitness Swimming 2nd Edition eBook
In swimming, even the motions you make in the air are important.
Water Fitness Lesson Plans and Choreography
See descriptive images, discover what muscles are used, and learn cueing tips for various types of aquatic walking moves.
Freestyle and backstroke are the two variations of flip turns. Done correctly, they speed up a swimmer while allowing a brief respite from swimming, thus explaining why short-course times are faster than long-course times for the same events.
Open Water Swimming eBook
In the sport of marathon swimming, in which extreme distances, extreme temperatures, and extreme conditions (large ocean swells, strong currents, and marine life) are expected, individuals come from all walks of life. Their physical abilities to push themselves hour after hour are augmented by their tremendous mental focus and strength of character.
Rowing Faster 2nd Edition eBook
In current explorations of expert performance in sport, two general rules are often used to classify whether someone has attained expert status.
Swim Coaching Bible, Volume II, eBook, The
Designing and implementing a training program for the butterfly events presents a formidable challenge to coaches.
StarGuard 4th Edition eBook With Web Resource
Outbreaks are often hard to identify quickly because it takes many people reporting an illness before a pattern can be established and it can be determined whether all the people had visited the pool.
Assessments and Activities for Teaching Swimming eBook
The TWU aquatic assessment, designed by Dr. Carol Huettig in 1998, is a curriculum-based assessment instrument that addresses the following: Water adjustment skills, Flotation skills, Basic propulsion and breathing skills, Swim stroke skills, Entry and exit skills.