Constant training is the only path to excellence not only in teaching but also in any other activity we set forth. We are glad to put within reach of instructors, coaches and gym teachers, new ideas and strategies on how to train and teach swimming. Our aim with these short, focused courses is to instill these new ways on a new generation of teachers, for them to achieve a brand new perspective on how to approach swimming, based on concepts which differ from the mainstream and making it a more enriching experience for students and swimmers.
We will set forth the essential principles, ideas and philosophy underlying the approach. This In-Service Day is compulsory to all the other four subsequent In-Service Days, since we will present our points of view, underlying reasons and motivations which have led us to redefine the activity and thus, help to ease a solid learning.
In line with the principles established in In-Service Day I, we will expand on the backstroke and crawl techniques, their underlying rules and exercises to foster a more pleasant and faster learning.
In line with the principles established in In-Service Day I, we will expand on the breasttroke and butterfly techniques, their underlying rules and exercises to foster a more pleasant and faster learning.
In line with the dynamics and guidelines of the previous In-Service Day I, II and III, we will work on a training method bearing in mind and deepening in a greater technique without overlooking the physiological aspect.
This In-Service Day will put within reach of coaches our ideas on how to make swimmers compete in high-performance events. It is compulsorily required to have atended the previous In-Service Day I, II, III and IV for coaches and those who are willing to register for this High-Performance Training.