Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility

YMCA Swim Lessons

  • Parent and Child;
  • Preschool Child;
  • School Age Child Classes;
  • Teens;
  • Adults;
  • YMCA Private Swimming Lessons.

Choose one of the swim locations of YMCA and make an appointment either online or offline.

How swimming classes benefit?

Swimming burns fat and calories. If you spend at least 30-40 minutes in the pool a day, you can achieve weight loss in a very short time. Swimming can burn the same amount of calories as mountaineering or aerobics.

Swimming can easily help you gain a sporty, muscular body. Swimming is effective not only because it has a positive effect on certain muscle groups, but in general develops muscles. As a person tries to stay in the water with his hands, there is a certain load on the muscles of the back, shoulders and chest. The legs are the driving force, so swimming makes them lean. Since the resistance is greater in water than in air, the muscles tense up more, and, accordingly, a beautiful figure can be obtained as a result much faster.

Swimming can relieve stress, calm and energize a person.

Almost everyone can swim. If a child gets used to water exercises, then in the future he will be healthy and physically strong.

Swimming reduces the risk of heart disease. By visiting the pool regularly, you can increase your body’s endurance.

Also, water exercise helps to normalize blood pressure and improve blood circulation.

There is no muscle pain after swimming, as after running or jumping.

During swimming, the lungs develop and the respiratory system improves.

Water is able to cool the body, prevent overheating during swimming, and also relieve sweating.

Many people perceive swimming as a pleasure. It is sometimes easier to force yourself to go to the pool than to go for a run or the gym, especially on a hot summer day.