Splash Fit Swimming | Splash Fit Swimming - Competitive
Our competitive program is designed for the advanced trained swimmer who would like to further their skills to a competitive level or for the athlete who already competes for a swim team.
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Competitive

COMPETITIVE I & COMPETITIVE II

(All Ages)

Our competitive program is designed for the advanced trained swimmer who would like to further their skills to a competitive level or for the athlete who already competes for a swim team. Through repetition and timed drill sets the swimmer gains a better understanding of how to propel themselves forward using arms, core, and legs to improve their stroke hydrodynamics. Turns, dives and underwater work are also improved to assure the swimmer is balanced in each stroke. Opportunities at the competitive levels of achievement include: bettering stroke mechanics for a competitive swim team, Water Safety Instructor or Junior Lifeguarding courses.

COMPETITIVE I

(Stroke Refinement)

In COMPETITIVE I, swimmers refine their performance of all strokes learned to master endurance and increased distances while mastering flip turns on both front and back crawl. The individual melody is introduced.

 

Prerequisites: The swimmer must excel at ALL course objectives in ADVANCED and be prepared to practice next objectives in longer distances (25 to 50 Yards) and a deeper depth (+5 feet deep).

COMPETITIVE II

(Swimming and Skill Proficiency)

In Swimming and Skills Proficiency, swimmers learn how to execute competitive racing starts, while increasing distances and proper race finishes.

 

Prerequisites: The swimmer must excel at ALL course objectives in COMPETITIVE I and be prepared to practice next objectives in longer distances (50 to 100 Yards) and a deeper depth (+5 feet deep).

Course Objectives:
Front Crawl (50 yards)
Breaststroke (25 yards)
Butterfly (25 yards)
Elementary Backstroke (50 yards)
Back Crawl (25 yards)
Front/Back Crawl Flip Turns
Shallow Angle Dive
Introduction to Racing Starts/Finishes and Individual Melody
Course Objectives:
Front Crawl (100 yards)
Back Crawl (100 yards)
Breaststroke (100 yards)
Butterfly (100 yards)
Individual Melody (200 yards)
Open Turns
Flip Turns
Racing Dives (Diving Block)
Racing Starts/Finishes

* Suggested Ratio: 6 to 1