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Top 5 Water Safety Skills at SwimLabs Littleton

Posted on Aug 28, 2019 5:26:28 PM by Matt Nadel in Swimming lessons in Littleton, in SwimLabs, in swim technique, in bubbles to butterfly

At SwimLabs, our highest priority is teaching kids how to be safe in and around water! 

1. Blowing Bubbles and Bobs
Blowing bubbles with your face in the water is the first foundational skill for swimming.  Children must learn how to keep water out of their nose and mouth to become comfortable with their face in the water.  In an emergency situation, we want children to be more comfortable with having their face submerged so they can use their energy for life-saving techniques. If they are comfortable blowing bubbles, they also will not be swallowing water.

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Searching for the Perfect Freestyle

Posted on Feb 20, 2017 1:55:42 PM by jennymann in Swimming, in Swim school, in SwimLabs, in nathan adrian, in training, in freestyle, in kara lynn joyce, in Video, in swim technique, in Workout

Searching for the Perfect Freestyle - The Key Technique Components and the Best Ways to Improve

Freestyle—it’s the foundation of swimming and usually serves as the base of most of our training. It can sometimes seem easy to learn because we practice it so much. But what if we are doing it wrong or taking it for granted because it’s so “easy”? Is there a perfect freestyle we should all be reaching for? We sat down with SwimLabs’ Olympian instructor Kara Lynn Joyce and Biomechanics expert Trever Gray to figure out what the optimal freestyle is and how we can achieve it.

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