What a great time to be learning to swim or swimming for fitness. How to get comfortable in the water: Found the above helpful? Like, comment, subscribe, share with a friend! Fact of the week: There are 3 major parts to our adult program: Swim School (learn-to-swim, deep water, learning strokes), Fitness Intro (introduction to swimming for exercise), and Lifetime Fitness (Often called Masters swimming, not necessarily for "swimming masters," but for adults who have become str
What a great time to be a swim team athlete. Posture, line, and balance for faster swimming Found the above helpful? Share with a friend ! Fact of the week: There are 6 levels to our swim team: Junior, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Senior, National. Swimmers move up by achieving time standards from our Group Promotion Standards. #adultswimlessons #adultlearntoswim #fortworthswimlessons #fortworthswimschool #usaswimming #burlesonswimlessons #cleburneswimlessons #wacoswimlessons #swim
Many adults do not have the time to learn how to swim over 2-3 months. Watch Sigma's Swim Instructors compress 2-3 months into 2 intensive weekend swim lesson sessions. Listen to our adults' stories of overcoming lifelong fears and checking off bucket list goals. #adultswimlessons #adultlearntoswim #fortworthswimlessons #fortworthswimschool #usaswimming #burlesonswimlessons #cleburneswimlessons #wacoswimlessons #swimlessons #iswimsigma #swimschool #fortworthswimteam #usaswimm
This week we literally follow Sigma Swim School Instructor Perry as he teaches us how to get in the water. This may seem like a minor and insignificant step. However, for many children and adults learning how to swim, getting in the water can be a major hurdle. Follow Coach Perry as he guides you through getting in the water for your learn-to-swim journey. Wherever in the world you may be, get in the water and start learning how to swim TODAY! Like, subscribe, and share your
Happy Friday from us at Sigma Swim School and Sigma Swim Metroplex Aquatics Swim Team! It is an exciting time to be swimming. A BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Metroplex Aquatics swimmer Lindsay Looney for placing 4th in the 200 fly at Olympic Trials! Along her journey, Lindsay had the right tools and coaching. Having the right equipment and tools for the job can be instrumental in your success in our learn-to-swim, stroke school, competitive swim, masters swim, or water polo program.
Perry is our Adult Learn-To-Swim Head Coach at our Fort Worth Central/East TWU location. Today we interviewed him focusing on coaching, motivation and the atmosphere of Sigma. Q: How and why did you become involved in the sport swimming? A: I swam for fun as long as I remember. Started swimming for fitness because I hurt my elbow and could not do the sports I had done before. Q: What do you hope your swimmers will learn from you? A: How to enjoy the water and feel safe in it
Sigma Swim Fort Worth, Burleson, Cleburne, Dallas, and Waco teaches thousands of children and adults every year how to swim. According to a survey conducted by the American Red Cross, while 80% of Americans said they could swim, only 56% of the self-described swimmers can perform all five of the basic skills that could save their life in the water. Every week we will be sharing excerpts from our Sigma Adult Learn-to-Swim training program. We have nearly 2000 swimmers in our p
Just like a surgeon needs a scalpel and a student needs a backpack, a swimmer needs a swim suit, and kickboard, and fins, and buoy, and snorkel, and nose plug, and other tools/toys for his/her success. Each Sigma Swimming Tier has specific equipment needs for your child to get the most from his/her swim lessons or swim team experience at Sigma Swim. Please CLICK HERE to view the list of groups and their respective required equipment. If you have any questions about your child
Sigma Swim Fort Worth team member Madison Huertas made the #WFAA news when she penned a heartfelt letter on her personal Facebook page early this week. That heartfelt letter was submitted to the website FortWorthSwim.org and picked up by the news. In the letter, Madison speaks about the pain of reading about the seemingly never ending drownings in North Texas, correct swim lesson curriculum and instruction, and her goal to be a change agent in the area of drowning prevention.