Is your child ready for Summer Swimming?


The weather is finally breaking in Central Ohio and the 70s seems like they are here to stay. In fact, Eden asked me the other day if we could go to the pool. In her defense, it was 80 degrees out!

Before we know it, full blown swim season will be upon us — and my kids are going to want to jump in the water the very first chance they get!

But, are they ready?

The importance of giving your child some swimming lessons before the pools open are obvious, but don’t delay your little one’s chance to get their feet wet.

You can refresh your child’s swim skills with Jump Start Clinics at Goldfish Swim School! No matter what skill level your swimmer is at, Goldfish Swim School offers Jump Start Clinics to meet his or her needs.

Here’s why enrolling your kids in our Jump Start Clinics before the warm weather hits will benefit you both:

  1. One week of intense lessons.

While GSS’s regular weekly swim lessons focus on the building blocks of swimming, mastering strokes and learning new ones, and teaching water safety, their Jump Start Clinics provide concentrated effort on improving your child’s current swim abilities.

For 30 minutes each day for one week, Monday through Friday, your child will be able to practice and build upon their swim skills. GSS instructors use integrity, compassion and trust to bring your child’s skills to the next level — and you’ll soon see the extraordinary results.

2. A quick refresher course.

If it’s been a while since your child has taken swimming lessons, now’s the time to dive back in. Obviously, Without the repetition of regular swimming lessons, it’s natural that kids can let things slide to the wayside and may pick up some bad habits — like not using straight, strong leg kicks. But a week at the Jump Start Clinics will bring those skills flooding back!

3. Confidence in abilities.

This benefits children AND parents! YES!!!! When we’re afraid that we may not be able to perform adequately — no matter our age — our willingness to participate often diminishes. The more confident we are, the more we will do those things and celebrate.

Plus, kids who are confident in their swimming abilities are able to be safer in and around the water, and are less likely to take risks they can’t handle.

*this post was sponsored by Goldfish Swim School. All opinions are my own.*


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