Jackrabbit Swim Level II - Technique & Endurance

Monday, April 22, 2013 @ 6:30 PM (EDT)
SeaHorse Fitness 69 Columbia Street, Manhattan ManhattanNY  10009
Monday, April 22, 2013 @ 6:30 PM (EDT)
SeaHorse Fitness 69 Columbia Street, Manhattan ManhattanNY  10009

About This Activity

You've already realized how important good form is for swimming. You've also realized how hard it is to maintain good form for the duration of your swim. Swim II picks up after Swim I by helping you refine your technique, and develop the endurance to maintain good technique for longer and longer swims. (although Level I is not a prerequisite)


10 weeks

Each week head coach John Stewart will create a different workout with drills for form and long distance swims to develop endurance. You will learn to maintain your form over long continuous swims. You'll also spend a great deal of time on pacing, with the goal of maintaining consistent times over multiple intervals, even as you get tired. For triathletes, we will also practice sprinting, drafting, and other tri specific skills. In addition, John will provide one or two workouts and drills for you to do on your own so you maintain fitness and feel for the water inbetween classes. At the end of this class you'll feel much more capable of long continuous swims without feeling like you need a rest.

*Folks considering this class MUST be able to comfortably swim at least 300 yards in the freestyle/crawl stroke without rest.

Coach: John Stewart

Where/When: This 10-week class meets Mondays from April 22nd thru July 8th at Seahorse Fitness located at 69 Columbia St in Manhattan. There is NO scheduled class May 6th or May 27th for Memorial Day.

Questions: or call Doug at 212-727-2980 x 229

SeaHorse Fitness does provide towel service so there's no need for you to drag a wet towel home after practice.

SeaHorse Fitness is easy to reach via the F,J,M & Z trains Delancey Street stop or the M14 bus.

Additional Date Information
6:30pm - 7:30pm

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SeaHorse Fitness 69 Columbia Street, Manhattan ManhattanNY  10009
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