Swim Training - Waltham Forest PoolSwimming Pool – Swim Training
Price£8.00 60min session
Are you fed up with swimming on your own?
Does all the swimming you’re doing consist of churning out length after length with no structure?
Are you sick and tired of not making progress with your swim fitness and stroke?
Are you intimidated by your local swim squad or triathlon club?
If you have asked yourself any of the questions above then we could have the perfect session for you at Waltham Forest College pool.
This session is a squad style session that is open to anyone who wants to attend. There is no membership or joining fee required and it doesn’t matter if you can swim like Michael Phelps or whether you can swim at all.
Each week there will be a structured swim session catering for all ability levels, so apart from understanding what the aims and objectives for the session are (which will be explained by your RG Active coach) you just have to turn up and swim.
Each week there will also be a lane set aside for ‘swim teaching’ where one of the RG Active coaches on poolside will be able to help you improve your stroke, teach you the basics, introduce you to new drills and techniques or just offer some much needed guidance on what you are or are not doing in the water.
Each of the lanes will have similar session plans each week, but each lane with be slightly advanced from the previous, and the coaches will be on hand to help you swim in the correct lane for your ability so you are swimming with people that you can work together with.
We have managed to create a very relaxed, friendly and fun environment to these sessions and they have been very popular since starting in January 2011. You can work as hard or as easy as you like but under the guidance of the experienced RG Active coaches we know you will see the benefits from these fantastic sessions.
Waltham Forest swimming pool is: Waltham Forest College Pool, 707 Forest Rd, London E17 4JB
The Waltham Forest pool swim sessions take place EVERY Monday evening from September through to May each year.