Share 0 Tweet 0 Share 0 Using equipment, such as mats, during a swim lesson, can be a rewarding and interesting part of your lesson. It’s important that all equipment used in your lesson has a swimming related purpose. You may have the world’s cutest toys but if you’re not […]
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Organising swim clinics at your centre can be a great way to enhance swimmer’s skills and knowledge on specific strokes. Swim clinics can be run for a variety of sessions and options – from frightened beginners to specific strokes. This article will concentrate on running a breaststroke clinic for swimmers at […]
Share 0 Tweet 0 Share 0 Learning how to swim should be a positive experience, for both parent, and child. Swim Schools should adopt policies that revolve around teaching positive learning techniques. No child should be subjected to a fearful or intimidating environment, when learning how to swim. Aggressively forcing […]
Laurie sits down to talk with Brooke Hanson OAM, Olympian and AUSTSWIM Ambassador. Brooke talks about her journey in swimming. From missing the 1996 and 2000 Olympic games through to her success in the following Olympics. As well as what were the important lessons she has learnt through her mixture of disappointments […]
Butterfly is a difficult skill. Often swimmers have learned the other 3 competitive strokes – freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke before they attempt to learn butterfly. In this article we will take you through the the important tips when teaching young children butterfly. Tips for Teaching Children Butterfly Build the stroke […]