Experience a right way of teaching from professional swimmers that know how to achieve your goals and keep you healthy and fit
Because swimming is a technique-driven sport, the differences which exist between elite swimmers are often due to disparities in technique and skill, rather than any significant variation in training regimes. Whether an absolute beginner apprehensive about water or a triathlete wishing to improve a specific element of stroke technique, AA Swim School offers a comprehensive range of expert swimming courses to help all our swimmers realize their personal objectives.
And also because we can guarantee that you will feel improvement right after first lesson or money back!
"Our method "AA Approach" will help you to achieve your goals and won't make trainings boring and monotonous. Big arsenal of drills is waiting for your for every stroke and you will feel better and faster after each session."
- Founder of AA Swim School, Andrii
AA Swim School run adult swimming lessons for absolute beginners, as well as for those with a basic grasp of swimming, but who lack technique in the the two long-axis swimming strokes – front-crawl and back-stroke.
We will work on the crucial skills of floating, gliding and kicking; developing an appreciation of water; the basic dynamics of propulsion; the bio-mechanics of back-stroke and front-crawl, whilst improving deep water confidence.
Our focus is primarily on stroke-correction and refinement (rhythm and timing) in back-stroke and front-crawl, whilst ensuring that an optimum, streamlined body position is both adopted and maintained. This is crucial if a swimmer is to conserve energy, improve fitness levels and acquire greater swimming stamina.
Our advanced swimming lessons are designed for competent swimmers wishing to hone their technique in all four strokes and push the limits of personal endurance. The emphasis is placed on stroke efficiency and speed training, plus distance swimming and challenge times – the ultimate swimming for fitness workout for the advanced swimmer!