U of A west pool - Edmonton Central - 10 weeks (2 hr program) - Saturdays from 3:30 to 5:30PM

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U of A west pool - Edmonton Central - 10 weeks (2 hr program) - Saturdays from 3:30 to 5:30PM

278.00

$245.00 for each ten week session plus Alberta Artistic Swim annual fee of $33.00 annually. (September 2019- August 2020).

U of A West pool – Saturday 3:30 to 5:30 PM - (no classes during the long weekends)

Swimmers with no synchro experience (star 1) - 6 to 12 years old

Swimmers with a bit of synchro experience (stars 2 & 3) - 6 to 12 years old

Swimmers who passed Star 3 or 4 - check our advanced pre comp program that runs on Sat from 3;30 to 6;30 pm at the U of A

Register online by choosing either beginners or stars 2&3 swimmers. Swimmers who have passed star 3 are encouraged to join the Advanced Pre comp program at the U of A (Sat. 3:30 to 6:30) or the 10 & u (Wed. and Sat - U of A ) or Novice competitive teams (Meadows The & Sat. or Grand Trunk Wed. and Sat).

Payment can also be done by cheque or e-transfer. Please contact our treasurer at treasurer@excelsynchroclub.com to arrange either of these forms of payment.

To complete registration there are electronic and paper forms needed

First 10 week session - September 14th to December 7th (watershow Nov, 30) no classes October 12 & November 9th)   

Second 10 week session -  January 4 to March 14 (no classes February 15)

Third 10 week Session - March 28 to June20 (no class April 11 & May 16), Watershow June 13,  last class June 20

Late registration - prices will be pro-rated, if there are open spots.

This program is run by NCCP certified coaches. The program runs once a week for 10 weeks and each class is 2 hours long which includes one hour of synchro and 45 minutes of dryland. This is a unique feature of the program and is based on Canadian Active for Life guidelines.

Each lesson has both a dry-land and water component.  The in-water part of the lesson introduces elementary skills that synchronized swimmers use to move in the water (eggbeater, sculling).  While we do not focus on perfecting specific speed-swimming strokes the swimmers are taught basic stroke technique. The dry-land component uses games and fun activities to develop flexibility, stamina and strength. By incorporating activities from yoga, tumbling and dance we offer a stimulating program for even the youngest athletes.

Our coach-to-swimmer ratios are great, never exceeding 6 participants per coach. Athletes from our National Stream may come to these classes to encourage and help their younger synchro-sisters develop in the sport.

The accomplishments of this young group of athletes are showcased and celebrated at the end-of-season watershow which corresponds to their session. These are typically held in December and June. In The winter session a demonstration of acquired skills at the end of the session will be part of their last week of classes. 

There is no volunteer commitment, bingos or casinos required.

First time swimmers receive a free cap and nose clip.

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