Join our 100-Mile Swim Club It’s easy to sign up! Simply keep track of the laps you swim during each workout and record your yardage/mileage in the 100 mile swim binder located outside the aquatics office. The mileage tracking will be maintained and updated weekly!
When does the challenge start? Today – December 31st, 2018 How many lengths is a mile?
Length = One end of the pool to the other (25 yards)
Lap = Down & Back (50 yards)
70 Lengths or 35 laps = 1,760 yards
Can I walk and have it count as a length of the pool?
Yes! Anyway you go up and down the pool will count as a lap, so you can swim, kick, pull, walk, jump, anything that you are comfortable with. Just have to make sure that you make it from one end of the pool all the way to the other end.
HealthTrack provides an organized Master swim practice, designed to improve speed, technique and overall endurance with the added motivation of group training. Masters is open to competitive swimmers, triathletes and members looking for an alternative to solo lap swimming.
HealthTrack offers a variety of Group Swim Lessons for every age and ability. Our littlest ones may begin lessons at 6 months in a parent participation class conveniently offered on Saturdays. Our most advanced participate in the Piranhas class with a focus on breaststroke and butterfly. HealthTrack is known for its exemplary instructors and low teacher student class ratio.
Tennis + Swim = Fun. Play & Paddle is designed for 5 – 6 year olds and combines the instruction and fun of both tennis & swimming in one class. Each sport will receive 30 minutes of instruction. Please wear tennis shoes and bring a tennis racket (if you have one), swim suit & goggles.
Swimmers learn breaststroke as well as continue practice on freestyle and backstroke. They will also be introduced to butterfly, turns and increased distances with all strokes.
Fall & Winter:
Tue & Thu: 5:10-5:40pm
These levels are for swimmers who are beginner swimmers. Sharks 1 are for swimmers 5-8 years old. Sharks 2 are for swimmers 8 years old. The instructor will assist swimmers in skills such as freestyle arms with side breathing, kicking on their backs, and treading water.
This is the first independent swim level. Swimmers must be at least 3 years old to begin this level. The instructor will assist swimmers in skills such as blowing bubbles, kicking, floating on their front & back and beginning freestyle arm strokes.