Topic: Aquatics

Learn Swimming Strokes: Breaststroke

Last week I talked a lot about the importance of switching up your strokes to help keep your body in muscular balance. Swimming more than just freestyle will help prevent overuse injuries, correct your posture (or at least avoid “swimmer’s posture”), and help tone more muscles in your body. While I mentioned backstroke was the […]

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Aquatics Instructor Highlight: Anne Hajigeorgiou

Anne Hajigeorgiou is a swim instructor at Elite Sports Club – Mequon. Anne is an experienced swimmer who is passionate about sharing her skills with others. Whether you’re a child or an adult first learning, Anne is there to take your swim abilities to the next level. Learn more about Anne Hajigeorgiou!

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Learn Swimming Strokes: Backstroke

As with any workout, it’s important to focus on keeping muscular balance throughout your body. Keeping all of your muscles around the same strength prevents injury, corrects posture, and assists in better body mechanics. When using swimming for exercise, many people gravitate towards freestyle for their workouts because it is typically thought of as the […]

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Aquatics Instructor Highlight: Phoebe Milner

Phoebe Milner is a swim instructor at Elite Sports Club – Mequon. Phoebe feels swimming is an essential life skill and loves to help children and adults develop their swimming technique. Learn more about Phoebe Milner!

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Learn Swimming Strokes: Freestyle

Swimming is a great form of exercise for all body types and ages. It is great for aerobic exercise, and limits the impact on joints that other aerobic exercises (such as running or biking) can have on the body. Swimming also helps to increase muscular strength and endurance, and increases flexibility. If you’ve never swam […]

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Wait to Swim After Eating: Myth or Fact?

You must wait at least 30 minutes to swim after eating. We’ve all heard it, but should we believe it? Where did this old wives’ tale come from and does it hold any truth? That said, let’s DIVE right into the “wait to swim after eating” theory.

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Trainer Highlight: Nicole Brandner

Nicole Brandner is a certified personal trainer and Group Exercise Director at Elite Sports Club-River Glen. Nicole loves to challenge her clients in order to push them closer to their personal health goals. She is also a very engaging class instructor and loves incorporating fun into all her exercise classes. Learn all about Nicole Brandner […]

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Benefits of Group Swim Lessons

Knowing how to swim is an essential safety skill for all ages. Besides that, it’s fun! Teaching a child to swim opens the door to one of the most enjoyable forms of recreation and fitness. Elite’s group swim lessons offer many benefits that you won’t find other places.

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