Swim Conditioning

SwimConditioning

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This class is for those who are capable of swimming 100 yard intervals in the 4 competitive strokes. On average, 1500 yards will be swum per class. In this class you will improve your cardiovascular endurance through directed workouts consisting of both distance and sprint swimming. Corrections to technique will be given as needed.

Prerequisites

Ability to swim 100 yards continuously of both freestyle and backstroke. Comfort with breaststroke and butterfly beneficial, but not required.

Goals

Execution of 100 yard interval sets with flipturns incorporating the 4 competitive strokes. Reach personal swimming fitness goals. Evolve to swimming 1500-2000 yards per class.

When

January 11 РMarch 11, 2016
Tue/Thu 12:00pm-12:45pm (Instructor: Nick Wooters)

Where

Avery Recreation Pool at the Arrillaga Outdoor Education and Recreation Center (AOERC)

Cost

For this quarter, this class is participating in the Group Fitness Pass system. As a result, you are able to pay a flat fee to take unlimited select classes this quarter.

The prices below are based off of pricing for our Group Fitness Pass system. For more information, please click here.

$60 Students
$110 Faculty/Staff
$120 Stanford Community*
$60 BeWell**

*Stanford students, Faculty/Staff and Stanford Community are eligible to participate in Recreation Classes. Stanford Community members are Dependents 18 and older, Spouses, Hospital Employees who have purchased an Athletic Access Card, Retirees, or Partners of a Student, Faculty or Staff.

How Do I Get My BeWell Discount?

**BeWell note: To be eligible for the BeWell rate, benefits-eligible employees must complete the Stanford Health and Lifestyle Assessment (SHALA) in 2015. If you have specific questions about the BeWell program or want to participate please go to bewell.stanford.edu. As a BeWell eligible employee, please note you are eligible for 2 classes per quarter at the BeWell rate.

Questions?

Please contact Stanford Aquatics at stanfordaquatics@stanford.edu or (650) 725-0725.