Hello! I’m Cammile Adams, the new owner of six SafeSplash Swim Schools in the Houston area. I am very excited to join this team and become part of this amazing brand.
If you are a Dad that has recently taken on the responsibility of taking your child/children to their swim lesson or if you are a dad wanting to be a part of this experience here are some helpful pointers that will prepare you, help you to survive the experience, and avoid being labeled “That Dad”.
In this blog post, we’ll discuss necessary gear, practice tips, and exercises for intermediate swimmers.
Here are 5 tips that we have used with our children to encourage them through their learning to swim journey.
2018 brings a new product option to our swim program: At Your Pool lessons are now available in Florida! You read that right…the same great Swimtastic Swim School program and quality staff experience at YOUR pool.
I have been swimming since I could walk. When I was younger, I couldn’t have cared less what temperature the water was. I swam and dove competitively for Ralston High School, and it was there that I started my career as a swim teacher.
We regularly hear the stories of parents who have spent way too much money and way too much time on lessons AND their kids still struggle to swim. So, what should parents look for in an effective swim program?
In this segment, we ask Master’s Swimmer, World Record Holder, and humble SwimLabs Co-Founder, Mike Mann his insight on the sport and swimming news happening around the world!
Here are 5 tips that you can implement today, that can help your child flourish in the water in a shorter amount of time.
At Swimtastic (and our sister schools SafeSplash & SwimLabs) we believe in the power of positivity.
This gigantic kickboard, which is 10 times the standard adult size board at 18 feet high by 11 feet wide, will serve as a larger-than-life petition for all Americans to urge Congress to add the question, “Do you know how to swim?” to the 2020 Census.
While some kids take to the water right away, for others it may take a few weeks to a couple of months before they start to feel comfortable in the water.
It is NEVER too late to learn to swim! While we are primarily known as a school for children, we have taught lessons for adult students ranging in age from 16-80!
I’ve swum throughout my childhood, learning how to float in the lake when I was young, taking lessons until I was 8, and then transitioning to swim team after that.
Sometimes it’s hard to imagine the life of a swimming athlete from the outside.