Winter/Spring Swim Level II – Technique & Endurance, UWS

Form is important, and so is getting in some solid distance to move you toward your goal of feeling more confident and stronger in the water each week. This class will help to hone your existing technique & form and add an endurance element. If you’re planning a race or want to start swimming laps on your own and kickstart your training program, you will also find this program to be a great fit.

Form is important, and so is getting in some solid distance to move you toward your goal of feeling more confident and stronger in the water each week. This class will help to hone your existing technique & form and add an endurance element. If you're planning a race or want to start swimming laps on your own and kickstart your training program, you will also find this program to be a great fit.

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Each week we will create a different workout with drills for form and long distance swims to develop endurance. You'll spend time learning to pace, with the goal of maintaining consistent times over multiple intervals, even as you become fatigued. In addition, we will provide a workout for you to do on your own so you improve fitness and feel for the water in-between classes. At the end of this class you'll feel much more capable of long continuous swims without feeling like you need a rest. Persons considering participation in this class need not have taken Swim I but should be able to breathe easily while comfortably swimming 200 yards in the freestyle/crawl stroke.

Where/When:  Class meet every Thursday from 8 – 9pm starting February 9th thru March 29th at the Manhattan JCC located at the corner of 76th St & Amsterdam

Coach:  Maria Mason Frazetta

Fee:  $228 ($212 for JCCMembers)