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Stroke clinics in Mission Viejo, CA
Our coach has been putting together a series of stroke clinics.
Breaststroke, Backstroke, Butterfly, freestyle, starts and turns, freestyle
for tri-swimmers etc...
I'd highly recommend them, for swimmers of all experience levels.
Clinics are usually on Sunday afternoons, and, IMO, cheap for what you get!
$20, for 2 hours. Some theory, watch a video, 45min to 1 hour practice time
in the pool, at the end, you get videotaped, coach reviews your stroke, and
you get a handout.
There's a limited number of signups for each clinic (8-10 people max.), so
every swimmer gets plenty of attention!!!
Please visit out website for more details and to sign up.
(go to private lessons/clinics, and/or the calendar page to see the clinic
I've taken almost the whole series so far, in my personal experience, they
really make a difference.
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