Artistic (synchronized) swimming is a challenging sport that provides swimmers with many unique skills and opportunities. Our athletes develop strength, flexibility, grace, stamina, confidence and pride in their club and their sport. As members of a team, the swimmers learn about commitment and sportsmanship. It is the goal of Pacific Waves Synchronized Swim Club to offer age specific training for all of our athletes geared towards challenging each individual and developing each swimmer to the best of their abilities.
All swimmers will be evaluated in the fall during trials and placed on the appropriate team at that time. The hours of swimming per week is determined by the level of the team.
Intro to Synchro Lessons
NEXT SESSION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 2023
As a new challenge for a strong swimmer or as a complement to swimming lessons, our innovative lessons programs offer a fun activity and an introduction to a unique and challenging sport. Swimmers will learn basic skills such as sculling and body positions which are the fundamentals of synchronized swimming but also develop routine skills such as vertical and figure positions as well as transitions.
Our lessons program is for swimmers with no experience in synchronized swimming. Swimmers will learn basic skills and a routine to music.
All swimmers need to feel very comfortable swimming in deep water.
Classes are 30 minutes.
Mondays and/or Wednesdays 4:30-5:00pm (FWCC)
Novice swimmers will continue to work on the basics while adding new skills to their repertoire. They will also work on team building skills, endurance and strength as demonstrated in their routine to music, and showcased at the club watershow.
This program is for swimmers interested in learning more about synchro as a competitive sport. Swimmers will prepare for and participate in novice competitions. Improving aspects of fitness including flexibility, strength and endurance are a key focuses of this program.
Weekly practices are 1.5 hours.
Novice (2-3 times/weekly)
Intermediate (2-3 times/weekly)
Intermediate swimmers will continue to work on the skills learned as Novices while being challenged to add new more difficult skills and figures to their skill set. They will continue to work on team building, synchronization, endurance and strength, and will swim routines with more difficult elements.
This program is for swimmers committed to synchro as a competitive sport. Swimmers will prepare for and participate in Intermediate competitions in and out of state. Improving aspects of fitness including flexibility, strength and endurance continue to be a key focus of this program.
Weekly practices are 2 hours.
Age Group swimmers continue to work on the skills learned as Intermediates, while adding more complex and difficult skills, figures, and choreography to their repertoire. Fine tuning and sharpening their presentation, execution, and complicated choreography is a major focus. They will continue to work on team building, synchronization, endurance and strength, all showcased at the club watershows.
This program is for swimmers committed to artistic swimming as a competitive sport. Swimmers will prepare for and participate in Age Group competitions in and out of state, potentially competing at national events. Improving aspects of fitness including grace, strength, endurance, flexibility, mental toughness, and learning about nutritional needs for athletes are the key focuses of this program.
Weekly practices are 2-3 hours.
FWCC Federal Way Community Center Federal Way
KCAC King County Aquatic Center Federal Way
MHSC Marine Hills Swim & Tennis Federal Way
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