Across the country, pools may close in the fall, and canals, rivers, and backyard pools may go cold – but they do not disappear. The danger is equally present year-round.
Learning Water Survival is first and foremost a skill – not a sport or activity. It is a lifelong necessity, and is always in-season.
Stopping the continuation of a learning process of any skill will set a child back at any age, but especially a young child. It will totally regress if lessons end, and is more beneficial if the child keeps it up.
For the child who has passed the learning stage, swimming year-round will enhance their all-around fitness. It’s a great way to promote activity in children, that also reinforces their skillset and improves their ability to survive in a variety of water situations.
Additionally, studies suggest that little ones who swim have enhanced cognitive ability, social skills and advanced coordination. So what are you waiting for? Sign up for your next class today.