While improving strokes the force of habit is often so strong, that even after the following the above stages pupils still find it very difficult to change. Breaking the stroke down into a series of seperate stages that can be practiced in isolation and then intergrated with the whole is the key.
First Streamline for efficiency in front and back floatation
The Student will learn buoyancy by floating on back and putting head back gradually until he or she floats.
The student will start with a kickboard or an oversized noodle and move one arm at a time until the confidence to let go of the props and will use their arms to keep themselves up in the water.
There is a session where we improve the students's awareness in the water and the way the water works. There is a phase in training where time is devoted to the student's development of comfort level with the water by practicing what he has recently learned through repeition. The professional instructors at http://www.Aquaskills.com swimming classes in New York City have over 20 years experience teaching all levels of aquatics and swimming. If you want to learn a new sport for the summer, swimming is kinder to your body than anu other sport. We also help students over come their fear of water by taking baby steps to introdue them to the calming effects of the water. Never swim alone while learning, and ocean swimming is completely different than swimming in a pool.