Stoke Your Skills!
Developing strength and practicing swim movements on land is appropriate for aspiring swimmers of any age. Although you can't perfectly replicate what you'll feel in the water, you can work to increase core strength, perfect your streamline and get used to the proper arm and leg movements.
Knowing what to expect and getting familiar with the terminology your swimming instructor or coach will be using at poolside will also go a long way toward making the most of what could be a shorter swimming season in 2020.
Learn on Social Media
Our swim instructor, Coach Jato, has spent the last weeks developing a program of out-of-water exercises specifically designed to engage the muscles you'll need in the water. Videography and uploads are in progress, so check back often to discover more!
Click on the following social media channels to discover fun fitness challenges, swim skill games and general water safety information. Keep checking back - more content will be added regularly!
TikTok (2-3x daily uploads) @jatoswim
- YouTube Channel with learn to swim videos (weekly uploads)
- SRPC YouTube Channel (Here's where you'll find private links for Team Members Only, along with occasional public links)
- Coach Sean Emery's Channel featuring team events
- Sedona Race Pace Club
- Learn to Swim Sedona - Check for new content every morning at 10:30 a.m.!
- Coach Jato's Page
Click "notifications" if you want to know when the latest post hits the web.
The SRPC Blog
Check out our online blog to learn even more about all things SWIM including What every Pre-Novice Swimmer Parent should know and more!
Whether you're looking to learn how to swim in your backyard pool or get stroke feedback from one of our elite coaches, we can set you up with a professional that is right for you. Email and tell us what your private instruction or coaching needs are, and we can go from there.