Preschool/Elementary Swimming I Premium class

Peter Sczupak

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50 Videos (45m)
    • Tandem Jump Introduction--Lesson 1

      0:45
    • Assisted Jump Introduction--Lesson 1

      0:33
    • Tandem Jump Review--Lesson 2

      0:45
    • Assisted Jump Review--Lesson 2

      0:33
    • Breathing Mechanism Introduction--Lesson 2

      1:04
    • Tandem Jump Review, Part II--Lesson 2

      0:45
    • Assisted Jump Review, Part II--Lesson 2

      0:33
    • Tandem Jump Review--Lesson 3

      0:45
    • Assisted Jump Review--Lesson 3

      0:33
    • Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 3

      1:04
    • Stationary Kicking Introduction--Lesson 3

      1:26
    • Tandem Jump Review--Lesson 4

      0:45
    • Assisted Jump Review--Lesson 4

      0:33
    • Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 4

      1:04
    • Stationary Kicking Review--Lesson 4

      1:26
    • Locomotive Kicking Introduction--Lesson 4

      0:39
    • Tandem Jump Review--Lesson 5

      0:45
    • Assisted Jump Review--Lesson 5

      0:33
    • Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 5

      1:04
    • Stationary Kicking Review--Lesson 5

      1:26
    • Locomotive Kicking Review--Lesson 5

      0:39
    • Assisted Jump Review--Lesson 6

      0:33
    • Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 6

      1:04
    • Stationary Kicking Review--Lesson 6

      1:26
    • Locomotive Kicking Review--Lesson 6

      0:39
    • Stationary Kick + Breathing Mechanism Introduction--Lesson 6

      0:49
    • Assisted Jump Review--Lesson 7

      0:33
    • Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 7

      1:04
    • Stationary Kicking Review--Lesson 7

      1:26
    • Locomotive Kicking Review--Lesson 7

      0:39
    • Stationary Kicking + Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 7

      0:49
    • Back Kicking Introduction--Lesson 7

      1:13
    • Assisted Jump Review--Lesson 8

      0:33
    • Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 8

      1:04
    • Stationary Kicking Review--Lesson 8

      1:26
    • Locomotive Kicking Review--Lesson 8

      0:39
    • Stationary Kicking + Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 8

      0:49
    • Back Kicking Review--Lesson 8

      1:13
    • Assisted Jump Review--Lesson 9

      0:33
    • Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 9

      1:04
    • Stationary Kicking Review--Lesson 9

      1:26
    • Locomotive Kicking Review--Lesson 9

      0:39
    • Stationary Kicking + Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 9

      0:49
    • Back Kicking Review--Lesson 9

      1:13
    • Assisted Jump Review--Lesson 10

      0:33
    • Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 10

      1:04
    • Stationary Kicking Review--Lesson 10

      1:26
    • Locomotive Kicking Review--Lesson 10

      0:39
    • Stationary Kicking + Breathing Mechanism Review--Lesson 10

      0:49
    • Back Kicking Review--Lesson 10

      1:13

About This Class

It is never too early to learn to swim. If you have a pool (or visit one regularly), water safety for your entire household depends on every family member having basic swimming skills.

Swimming skills, especially at basic levels, can be quite successfully taught and learned online. No specialized swimming knowledge is required of the instructor to put the course material into practice, either for yourself or the person you are helping learn to swim.

Detailed lesson-by-lesson class notes, including an equipment and apparel guide, parallel the video content throughout the course's duration.

Our online course cultivates safe, fun, nurturing, first-time swimming experiences, designed to prepare new swimmers for later entry into traditional swim programs.

The course is also available in a richer,  even more dynamic learning format (slideshows, video clips, snapshots and quiz questions) via the following link:  http://oceanus-consulting.com/online.html

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Hats off to Coach Peter! Since the earth is covered 3/4 with water and with out swimming you could drown I felt it advisable to teach Nicole (my daughter) how to swim. This course provided me and Nicole with a set plan to follow and it was quick and beneficial. Nicole can now swim quite well, thank you for the help! Jon p
This is the best self-taught instructional program that I have seen on the market.
Although this class is desinged to teach younger swimmers (and it is truly ideal for that), it can also help adults who have little to no swimming experience. There are some great tips here for kids of all ages such as the breathing mechanism and kicking drills. The instructor gives some great pointers. This program is a great introduction to the sport of swimming!

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Peter Sczupak has over 20 years of instructional and competitive swim coaching experience in the Boston, Washington DC, New York/New Jersey, San Francisco, and Phoenix areas.

Athletes under his tutelage include National Age Group Top 16 swimmers, YMCA National Swim Championship Finalists, Olympic Trial Semi-Finalists, and National High School Relay Recordholders, along with NCAA Division I, High School, and Masters All Americans. Peter's instructional experiences have proven equally gratifying, with hundreds of toddlers, youth and adults across non-competitive levels being the beneficiary of his knowledge and engaging teaching style. Practically, Peter's Masters' Swimming involvement provides a vehicle to try out new training and technical ideas, too!

Peter is certified by the American Swimming Coaches Association at Level III (top 20% nationally). He is also a coach member of USA Swimming and fully certified in all Red Cross Water Safety areas.

He holds an MBA in Finance and Sports Business from the University of Oregon and a BS in Business Management from Cornell University.