With the weather starting to get cooler, the idea of swimming often loses its appeal. As nice as it might be to stay home and rug up instead of coming to swimming, there are actually many benefits of swimming throughout Winter.
Over Summer we tend to spend a lot of time in the water. The Australian lifestyle is in many ways built around our access to beautiful beaches and warm days. We visit the beach, we swim in our backyard pools, we go boating, camping, fishing … activities that all rely on our ability to swim and be safe in the water. We are practicing our survival skills regularly, often without even realising it. And this additional practice is often very noticeable when your children come to their lessons, as we see them improve and progress at a much faster rate.
However in Winter many of these activities stop. So it’s more important than ever to ensure that your children’s swimming lessons continue. Otherwise, your children could have a break of 4-6 months where they’re not swimming at all, and when they do eventually return to the water they have a LOT of catching up to do.
There are many reasons to continue to swim over Winter, and some ways to make it more appealing to you and your children!
Progress & Consistency
We are running a school holiday intensive swimming program in the April school holidays. For more information or to book your child's place, please call us on (02) 9326 0444.
There are actually many benefits of swimming throughout Winter.
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