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Top 50 Swim Coach Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Swim Coach. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Swim Coach resumes they appeared on. For example, 32.7% of Swim Coach resumes contained Competitive Swimmers as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Swim Coach actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Swim Coach

1. Competitive Swimmers
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  • Write and execute practices for approximately 25 competitive swimmers.
  • Head coach of the skills groups offering exceptional training programs and stroke development techniques for non-competitive swimmers aged 6-12.
  • Coach of competitive swimmers from ages 5 - 18 in various locales including YMCA, recreational and high schools.
  • Teach techniques to all levels of competitive swimmers and supervise all participants in regular practices.
  • Coach and teach competitive swimmers from beginner to moderate level in practice and at meets.
  • Instructed and supervised competitive swimmers ages 6-18 interested in racing at an elite level.
  • Created team Stroke Development Program resulting in faster, more competitive swimmers.
  • Work with competitive swimmers to set goals and attain those goals.
  • Teach stroke and form mechanics to competitive swimmers ages four-eighteen.
  • Provided training for over 600 competitive swimmers ages 8-18.
  • Coach recreational and competitive swimmers age 8-13.
  • Trained/coached competitive swimmers Dry land Coach/out of water strength training
  • Lead daily swim practice for 15-20 competitive swimmers, ages 4-18 Create workouts for various levels of swimming ability
  • Develop practice schedules for competitive swimmers Run practice sessions Assist Aquatics Coordinator with daily activities

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2. Water Safety
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Here's how Water Safety is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Lead and coordinate practices and provide one-on-one instruction for water safety and technical development.
  • Educated young swimmers in water safety and assisted with safety precautions
  • Trained and certified in water rescue, first-aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, water safety instructor, and lifeguard instructor.
  • Plan daily lessons for classes, work on basic water safety up to stroke development and competitive swim.
  • Instructed group and private swim lessons for children ages 2-16 in swimming progressions and education in water safety.
  • Instructed children between the ages of 3 and 13 on water safety and survival skills.
  • Prepared swimmers for competitions and ensured that they follow all water safety rules and regulations.
  • Red Cross certified lifeguard responsible for water safety at private country club pool.
  • Teach water safety and provide a positive atmosphere to learn and succeed
  • Coach toddlers, children and adults water safety and swimming strokes.
  • Coached kids ages 3-14 for both swimming technique and water safety
  • Prepare structured classes and teach understanding of water safety.
  • Provided swim instruction, coaching and motivation to 150+ children Demonstrated the values of sportsmanship and water safety to team members.
  • Provided water safety supervision in club pool Developed training exercises, supervised practices, schedule swimmers in meet events.
  • Worked summers/ school vacations) Teach children of all ages about water safety and how to swim.
  • Instructed beginning swimming lessons for children ages 3 to 12 focusing on fundamentals and swimming and water safety
  • Observed and organized activities of swimmers Enforced pool polices and regulations Taught stroke development and water safety
  • Worked with children ages two to six years old Taught basic water safety Introduced children to basic swimming strokes
  • Coach children aged four through fourteen Teach children water safety and different swim skills Organize swim meets
  • Instructed children ages 6 to 15 Taught the proper swim techniques Educated swimmers on proper water safety

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3. Private Lessons
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Here's how Private Lessons is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Conducted private lessons for summer camp participants
  • Facilitate all private lessons, swim team workouts, practices, stroke clinics, and meets while encouraging proper sportsmanship.
  • Provided private lessons for 6 children who needed extra care, and improvement was seen in stroke and times.
  • Offered and educated students' expert and certified swimming lessons, along with private lessons/training sessions if requested.
  • March 2011-August 2014 Instructed swimmers ages 4-18 on swimming technique and conditioning, including individual private lessons
  • Instructed private lessons to groups of 1-3 swimmers weekly; targeted how to refine their technique.
  • Managed my college summer classes with the private lessons, consistently navigating a busy schedule.
  • Lead group, private, and semi-private lessons for children ages 3 to 14.
  • Oversee private lessons at 2 separate locations with 20 instructors and 230 classes.
  • Managed payments and scheduling for private lessons through an online website.
  • Swim instructor- private lessons provided in swim basics and individual strokes.
  • Create a daily schedule of practice and private lessons.
  • Coached private lessons and conducted swim team workouts.
  • Conducted private lessons with youth.
  • Created developmental and training workouts Trained individuals that requested private lessons with all four strokes
  • Teach swimming in a team and private setting for the past five years -Private lessons around Bergen County and at Graydon Pool
  • Coached private lessons Coached group lessons
  • Led & instructed over 80 swimmers Conducted private lessons with children ages 4-16 Responsible for team management and event strategy
  • Conduct clinics and provide private lessons for tri-athletes (ages 20-60) Teach mechanical stroke techniques

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4. Lifeguard Training
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5. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Coach at swim meets - Maintain USA coaching credentials, background check, CPR, and water safety certifications.
  • Worked one-on-one with swimmers to improve technique and times, CPR and Red Cross certified.
  • Certified in CPR CAMPUS ACTIVITIES Student Dietetics Club University of Georgia Campus Kitchen.
  • Manage first aid, CPR, basic first response injury courses and requirements.
  • Attended training courses and maintained CPR certification.
  • Gained CPR certification through Red Cross.
  • Trained and assisted in First Aid/CPR/AED.
  • Exercised CPR, AED certifications daily.
  • Provided First Aid, CPR, and AED training to new employees.
  • Formulated swim practices and differentiated conditioning workouts from novice to Olympic-level athletes Certified USA Swimming coach with CPR/AED/First Aid certifications
  • Certified by the American Red Cross in first aid and CPR for the professional responder and as a Water Safety.
  • Develop workouts to improve swimmers ability without causing burnout CPR Certified, US Swimming Coach Certified, Coaches Safety Training
  • Maintain Red Cross certifications in Safety Training for Coaches, Lifeguarding, First Aid, and CPR / AED.
  • Certified in first aid , child safety, and CPR.
  • Certified in lifeguarding, first aid, and CPR/AED.
  • Red Cross Lifeguard Certified CPR and Basic First Aid Certified
  • Swim Instructor certified CPR/First Aid certified
  • Red Cross certifications in CPR/AED, Lifeguarding, and Water Safety.
  • Maintained area safety and administered First Aid or CPR as recomended by Red Cross First Responder certification.
  • Teach non-swimmers correct technique * Supervised swimmers * Organized and operated swim meets * CPR/AED certified

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6. Championship
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Here's how Championship is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Develop swimmers physically and mentally for championship meets throughout New England
  • Organized practices, kept splits, worked with swimmers on stroke perfection, coached at local, regional and championship meets.
  • Coached at swim meets every Saturday during the summer and finished in second place in the division at the championship meet.
  • Lead the team to their first place finish of Ocean League Championship in 2010 and second place finish in 2011.
  • Learned the fundamentals of teaching children and working with parents, along the way to winning multiple league championships.
  • Train and maintain standards to qualify and awarded 2nd place at Tennessee State High School Swimming Championships 2013
  • Prepared entries and relay cards for meets as required, including the season ending championship meet.
  • Develop and coach detailed physiologic and stroke mechanic plans daily in a semi-annual state championship.
  • Worked closely with swimmers and parents to achieve the common goal of a division championship.
  • Managed and trained 95 swimmers, ages 4-18, to a division championship.
  • Swim coach for gifted swimmers and prepared them for summer camp athletics championships.
  • Coached the team to a conference championship and coached 2 individual champions.
  • Attend both regular season and championship meets as assigned.
  • Prepared the team for weekly meets and Championships.
  • Coach and swimmer for 3-time championship team.
  • Lead the team to League Championship
  • Attend 10 Dual Meets and 2 Championships.
  • Devised seasonal training strategies to enhance performance at Championship .
  • Coached swimmers that won the PISL Championship Helped organize team activities and directed swim practice consisting of swimmers ages 5 to 18
  • Coached swim club to 1st in Naperville city championship in 35 years.

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7. Practice Plans
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Here's how Practice Plans is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Developed practice plans and conducted swim practices for children ages 10 and under.
  • Created challenging and motivating practice plans and troubleshot to resolve issues.
  • Developed practice plans for land & aquatic settings.
  • Create and maintain swim team practice plans.
  • Prepared meet schedules and organized practice plans.
  • Assisted in preparing practice plans.
  • Developed season practice plans for Developmental and Intermediate swimmers Managed Assistant Developmental Coaches Evaluated swimmers for progression to higher group levels

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8. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Memorized and executed lesson plans.
  • Developed lesson plans and group activities
  • Plan and make curriculum for different level swim classes, have daily lesson plans and activities, supervise lessons.
  • Received high remarks for the creativity of swim lesson plans and instructional techniques from students, parents and staff.
  • Developed lesson plans, coached children in swimming skills during practices, led the team and staff during competition
  • Created lesson plans for all levels of classes, and was fully prepared for each class.
  • Developed lesson plans and activities for the children and all class levels included in the program.
  • Plan and effectively organize class time for maximum practice which is accomplished through weekly lesson plans.
  • Created lesson plans for each practice based off of the children's strengths and weaknesses.
  • Major duties include: creating lesson plans and practice schedules for 70 plus children.
  • Designed lesson plans to teach children ages 4-6 to swim.
  • Developed and instructed lesson plans for children ages 5-9.
  • Organize and execute lesson plans and workouts daily.
  • Create and maintain swim lesson plans
  • Conducted swim lessons, ranging in ages 5-12 Helped head swim coach put together lesson plans
  • Designed lesson plans and exercises with another coach Created advertisements to promote knowledge of club meets
  • Create, construct, and execute lesson plans and training programs for each practice/lessons.

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9. Skill Levels
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Here's how Skill Levels is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Learned the fundamentals of rescue, CPR, and how to communicate with people of all ages and skill levels.
  • Coached summer swim team consisting of over 100 swimmers with skill levels ranging from beginner to advanced.
  • Scheduled, created and implemented swim workouts for swimmers of all skill levels to refine swim technique.
  • Coach swimming from the ages of seven to eighteen with a variety of skill levels.
  • Coached swimmers with a variety of skill levels from beginners to Olympic Trials meet qualifiers.
  • Differentiate the athletes diverse skill levels and continue to improve their ability to swim.
  • Planned, organized, and led daily practices for swimmers of all skill levels.
  • Run practices of about 100 swimmers of all ages and skill levels.
  • Coach - Conducted swim practices for all age groups and skill levels.
  • Plan and instruct daily workout for developmental and group skill levels.
  • Create swim practices for children of all ages and skill levels.
  • Analyzed and evaluated skill levels based on performance for placement.
  • Instruct swim lessons to all ages and skill levels.
  • Worked with clients of all ages and skill levels.
  • Managed swim practices for three different skill levels!
  • Conduct assessments to evaluate skill levels.
  • Developed and implemented practiceschedule based on swimmers' skill levels.
  • Planned, organized, and ran practices and meets Worked with all age groups and skill levels on a daily basis
  • Teach swimming techniques to youth and adult swimmers Prepare weekly swim workout schedules appropriate for different skill levels
  • Worked one-on-one with swimmers of varying skill levels to improve technique EXTRACURRICULARS AND VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

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10. Proper Stroke Technique
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Here's how Proper Stroke Technique is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Instructed swimmers in proper stroke technique and motivated swimmers to perform their best.
  • Instruct athletes age four to eighteen on proper stroke technique and training habits.
  • Coached two teams of children and instructed the children on proper stroke techniques.
  • Instructed swimmers on proper stroke techniques, starts, turns and endurance.
  • Develop workouts to teach students proper stroke techniques and swimming terminology.
  • Focused on teaching proper stroke technique and preparing swimmers for competition.
  • Prepared daily workouts, and taught proper stroke technique
  • Instructed kids age 3-18 on proper stroke technique
  • Directed swimming workouts for children ages 8-14 Taught proper stroke technique
  • Coached swimmers aged 4-17 ~Taught proper stroke technique ~ Established water safety in younger swimmers
  • Prepare daily workouts Teach rules and regulations Teach proper stroke technique Prepare students for competition

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11. Girls
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Here's how Girls is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Swim team coach for a team of approximately 100 swimmers both boys and girls varying in the ages of 4-18.
  • Trained young boys and girls the skills needed in competitive swimming, starting at beginner's level through advanced level.
  • Coach boys and girls of different ages, help them with make their swim strokes better.
  • Instructed boys and girls ages 6-12 in Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, and Butterfly
  • Instruct and choreograph synchronized swimming routines and produce productions for girls ages six to seventeen
  • Coached Division 6A Championship high school swim team of 30 boys and girls.
  • Swim coach for girls and boys JV and Varsity swimming at Davis High School
  • Coached high school girls of all ability levels, promoting efficient technique.
  • Scheduled, created and led practices for a team of 10 girls.
  • Coached 120 boys and girls ranging in age from six to thirteen.
  • Coach swimmers ages 9-18 and counselor for girls ages 9-13
  • Coached 7th and 8th grade girls competitive swimming and diving
  • Worked individually with the girls based on positions.
  • Be a positive role model for teenage girls.
  • Assist in coaching girls ages 6-15.
  • Coordinated and led daily practice for 40+ girls aged 5-16 Lifeguard, CPR and AED certification
  • Coach both the boys and girls ages 10-13 Developed a workout regimen weekly for the swimmers
  • Coached over 200 boys and girls swimmers 6- .
  • coached 6th, 7th & 8th grade girls
  • Coached swimmers in synchronized swimming and speed swimming skills -Led swimmers in team bonding and individual advancement -Coached girls ages 6-16

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12. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Provided customer service, developed inter-personal skills, and developed management skills.
  • Maintained a professional appearance and demonstrated high standard of customer service.
  • Provided outstanding customer service and continuously received positive feedback.
  • Strengthened customer service skills interacting with parents.
  • Advanced to Head Lifeguard position in summer 2007: Responsible for managing the guards and customer serviced for the club members.
  • Provide high level of customer service and ensure a safe and positive program environment.
  • Provided excellent customer service to clients in an upscale workout facility.
  • Provide customer service and emergency assistance to members and guests.
  • Excelled at high customer service standards - CC.
  • Provided stellar customer service to residents and guests.
  • Provided outstanding customer service to 800 customers.
  • Coached and motivated middle and high school students Exhibited customer service skills with parents
  • Provide training for Lifeguards Consistent and vigilant monitoring of pool Customer Service
  • Direct customer service representative, Safety reprehensive Hiring and training of potential Lifeguards, Swim Instructors, and swim coaches.
  • Cashier Inventory and Stocking Customer Service Assist dogs in water therapy

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13. Varsity
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Here's how Varsity is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Aided the Varsity coach with building a competitive team resulting in being among the top of the Monroe County competitions.
  • Coach a team of high school boys at the junior varsity level in the sports of water polo and swimming.
  • Coached Men's and Women's Varsity Swim Programs, started Co-ed Junior High School swimming program.
  • Coached approximately 20-50 swimmers on High School J. V. and Varsity teams; 120 age group swimmers.
  • Coached Junior Varsity and Varsity swimming for children between the ages of 5 and 14.
  • Supported the Varsity coaches by providing hands on techniques to their team.
  • Trained master/varsity level swimmers in strength training and long course racing.
  • Head Varsity Swim Coach for both Men and Women's team
  • Coached varsity swim team as an assistant swim coach.
  • Instructed and trained Men's and Women's Varsity Teams
  • Worked directly with Stanford varsity coaching staff to guarantee campers an unparalleled learning experience.
  • Head Coach for Men and Women Varsity Squads Create a 3 month program for swimmers 14 to 19 years old.
  • Coached 7th and 8th grade boys competitive swimming and diving Assistant Varsity Boys Coach in 1996
  • Organized and implemented land conditioning for both Varsity and Junior Varsity teams.
  • Coached new swimmer and assisted the varsity Coach with swim schedual.
  • Designed and directed practices Activities and Volunteer Work: Bloomsburg University Varsity Swim Team.

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14. Conduct Practice Sessions
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Here's how Conduct Practice Sessions is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Conduct practice sessions with team members to identify strengths, enhance skills, and identify weaknesses.
  • Plan and conduct practice sessions for swimmer under 15 years old.
  • Plan, organize, and conduct practice sessions.
  • Communicate effectively with parents Playing games, sports, and other activities with the children Conduct practice sessions with the team members

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15. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Supervised swimmers throughout and acted proactively to ensure a safe environment.
  • Have a fun, safe environment for children to learn and build teamwork skills while focusing on their own individual goals.
  • Sample and tested water for pH level and added chemicals to create a safe environment for all swimmers.
  • Worked directly with children and members of the activity center to provide swim lessons and a safe environment
  • Provide a safe environment for the swimmers and provide first aid or CPR if necessary.
  • Demonstrated leadership among a group of lifeguards and maintained a safe environment for pool members.
  • Established and maintained a safe environment for athletes to practice and train.
  • Provide a safe environment to children for practice on a nightly basis
  • Provide children ages 2-16 with guidelines to ensure a safe environment.
  • Supervised the pool and deck areas and ensured a safe environment.
  • Administered first aid and ensured a safe environment.
  • Facilitated parental support and interpersonal communication among coaches, team members and parents, ensuring a fun and safe environment.
  • Instilled fundamental swimming techniques * Provided a safe environment and maintained a fun filled experience for all patrons.
  • Swim Coach Taught swimmers safety in water and created a safe environment for swimmers during drills for competition
  • Teach fundamentals of swimming to youth Lead beginning swimmers in team competition Ensure a safe environment
  • Provide safe environment Instruct children in swimming from non-swimmers to team athletes Managed practices Assisted at swim meets

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16. Assistant Coaches
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Here's how Assistant Coaches is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Communicate and work with head coach, other assistant coaches, parents, and swimmers to ensure success.
  • Assisted former swimmers and paid assistant coaches in teaching beginner swimmers the basics of competitive swimming.
  • Hired, trained, scheduled and managed Assistant Coaches, Lifeguards and other facility staff.
  • Coached over 100 children between the ages of 4-18 and supervised 2 assistant coaches.
  • Learned to delegate to assistant coaches and asserted myself as a leader.
  • Designed the winter swim program and wrote workouts for assistant coaches.
  • Provide leadership to assistant coaches, swimmers and parents.
  • Managed 240 swimmers and 6 assistant coaches.
  • Coached swim team and supervised assistant coaches.
  • Manage and direct assistant coaches.
  • Worked in a fast paced environment while managing a staff of assistant coaches Campus and Community Involvement

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17. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Worked with Safe Splash on adapting curriculum to satisfy special needs (autism spectrum, Down's Syndrome, etc.)
  • Coach special needs athletes, working specifically on water safety, stroke development, and positive team attitude.
  • Developed and improved the learning and technical swimming skills for people with special needs at all ages.
  • Coach and role-model to swimmers age 4-18 with a wide range of abilities and special needs.
  • Provided special attention and personal one-on-one care to kids with special needs and social anxiety.
  • Provide swim instruction to children from age 1-7, inclusive of children with special needs.
  • Teach in a manner that meets the developmental and special needs of the swimmers.
  • Work with culturally diverse as well as special needs individuals of all ages.
  • Communicate with parents and staff regarding competitions, progress and special needs.
  • Recognize and meet the needs and goals of clients with special needs.
  • Worked with special needs children and adults developing correct swim strokes.
  • Work with special needs athletes to realize their full potential.
  • Developed and improved the learning and technical swimming skills for kids, adults, and people with special needs.Thought swimming lessons.
  • Worked one on one with special needs students to train for competitions; Monitor and assist students at Special Olympic events.
  • Coached individuals with special needs in competative swimming strokes and skills in both practice and swim meet settings.
  • Developed patience through helping special needs adults learn to swim Motivated athletes to keep trying and believe in themselves
  • Instructed and assisted athletes with special needs in the water Motivated athletes through formation of personal relationships
  • Hand selected to work with with special needs children one on one to teach aquatic skills
  • Assisted special needs swimmers improve competitive swimming skills Utilized diversity awareness with swimmers HONORS and ACTIVITIES
  • Instructed and supervised weekly swimclass for special Needs Children.

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18. Positive Role Model
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Here's how Positive Role Model is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Instill a passion for sports and serve as a positive role model in a team atmosphere.
  • Acted as a positive role model for team participants and in the community.
  • Acted as supervisor and positive role model for the female athletes.
  • Portrayed a positive role model for the swimmers of the club.
  • Acted as a positive role model and leader for the swimmers.

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19. Safety Procedures
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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Managed all aquatic safety procedures.
  • Trained entry level swimmers with safety procedures, drills, and the four technical strokes.
  • Adhere to safety procedures as outlined in the Employee Handbook.
  • Stayed sharp and knowledgable of all safety procedures with weekly in-services.

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20. Stroke Technique
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Here's how Stroke Technique is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Work with the team on stroke techniques, conditioning, discipline, and on celebrating their achievements.
  • Teach swimmers the basics of competitive swimming, drills and stroke technique Prepare swimmers for meet participation
  • Coach and manage athletes ages 13-18, developing strength and conditioning workouts and emphasizing stroke technique.
  • Coach swimmers from ages 10-13 developing strength and conditioning workouts and emphasizing stroke technique.
  • Instruct individuals in correct stroke technique, and motivate to achieve top performance.
  • Trained students to increase swim speed and perfect their stroke technique.
  • Teach children ages 6-13 stroke technique and preparation for competition.
  • Instructed swimmers on stroke technique and race strategies.
  • Instructed swim team on fundamental stroke techniques.
  • Worked on stroke technique and conditioning.
  • Directed swim practices for middle school swim team under the supervision of the head middle school swim coach Taught correct stroke technique
  • Led a team of coaches and wrote daily practice schedules Focused on refining swim stroke technique and conditioning for endurance.
  • Swim Coach Coached swimmers through the use of stroke technique advice and provided drills to enhance and develop their strokes.
  • Worked with swimmers ages 5-15, with emphasis on stroke technique and the basics for becoming a competitive swimmer.
  • Encouraged kids who were uncomfortable in the water and strengthened stroke technique of more experienced swimmers.
  • Coach mainly eight to twelve-year-olds in competitive swimming, focusing on stroke technique and endurance.
  • Devised drills and practices to develop stroke technique.
  • Supervised campers Critiqued stroke technique and drills In charge of instructing/managing team bonding activities
  • Coach team of 60 plus swimmers ages 6-18 Train swimmers to improve stroke technique Create workouts and training programs for swimmers
  • Volunteer 2008 - 2011) Taught stroke technique, teamwork, and sportsmanship to young swimmers.

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Here's how Training Programs is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Developed personal training programs for individual swimmers to further progression and development of stroke specialties.
  • Develop training programs or routines designed to improve athletic performance.
  • Coached and developed training programs for all levels of swimmers from novice to nationally ranked athletes.
  • Created workouts and specific training programs for UNCG s swim club of approximately 35 students.
  • Developed and implemented long and short term training programs in order to maximize athletic performance.
  • Tailored training programs (swim sets) to match students learning styles and level.
  • Design long-term training programs that emphasize refining technique and mental strength strategies.
  • Design and develop training programs enabling athletes to achieve peak swimming performances.
  • Implemented running, flexibility and strength training programs, swim practice assistant
  • Designed schedules and training programs to meet swimmer's needs.
  • Create training programs and line-ups for the swim meets.
  • Implement training programs by coaching and communicating with swimmers.

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22. Swim Lessons
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Here's how Swim Lessons is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Instruct child and adult swim lessons; ensure safety of patrons while at facility, and cleanliness of facility.
  • Assisted program director with in-service meetings, and conducted an outstanding year-round swim lessons program.
  • Created swim lessons and instructed small groups of young swimmers ages 5-8 and 9-13.
  • Instruct swim lessons and teach basic strokes and breathing techniques to children ages 5-12
  • Teach water safety skills to adult and children during swim lessons.
  • Coached private swim lessons for several children in the neighborhood.
  • Swim coach, personal swim lessons and lifeguard.
  • Instructed private and group swim lessons.
  • Mentored adult and youth swim lessons.
  • Implemented summer swim lessons program.
  • Teach swim lessons to students between the ages of 2 and 60.
  • Coached afternoon swim team practice and group swim lessons five days a week Monitored activities at the pool to prevent accidents
  • Volunteer Swim Lessons, February 2010 to April 2013 Conduct small-group swim lessons and tailor specific programs for each level.
  • Instructed children 6-10 on the year round Wilson Barracudas Swim Team Taught swim lessons to children as well as adults
  • Head coach of the summer league swim team, organizing practices, meets, and events Taught private swim lessons
  • Organized swim meets and award ceremonies Taught competitive swim lessons to a variety of ages
  • Worked with young children ages 3-12 taught swim lessons, ensured safety and a fun environment communicated with the parents
  • certified and trained in Lifeguarding, CPR & First Aid- taught swim lessons - aided in coaching the swim/dive team
  • Directed camp days for students ages 3-11 Instructed private swim lessons Organized swim games on "Free Swim Fridays"
  • Manage swim team Strategize roster Coach swim practices Teach swim lessons

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Here's how Olympics is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Volunteered at Special Olympics Nebraska competitions
  • Provide effective instructions regarding swim form, technique, and competition through all levels: Learn-to- swim to Junior Olympics.
  • Coached athletes to 1st Place in League, Junior Olympics, Districts, and Nationals.
  • Coached Special Olympics swim team during the summer.
  • Coached Special Olympics participants Provided education on nutrition
  • Traveled to out of town meets, Junior Olympics and Texas Aquatic Games.
  • Volunteer: Adult Special Olympics Basketball Coach.

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Here's how Proper USE is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Demonstrated the proper use of equipment to enhance the performance of the swimmers.
  • Monitor athletes' use of equipment to ensure safe and proper use.
  • Explained and demonstrated the proper use of competitive swimming techniques.
  • Trained swimmers in proper use of competitive swimming techniques.
  • Advise athletes on the proper use of equipment.
  • Explained and demonstrated proper use of equipment.
  • Monitor athletes' use ofequipment to ensure safe and proper use.Teach students how to swim.

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25. Student Athletes
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Here's how Student Athletes is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Served as a role model and leader for the student athletes in and out of the pool.
  • Motivated and encouraged student athletes to do their best during the lessons, practices, and games.
  • Motivate and encourage student athletes to perform their best during practices and meets.
  • Coached and advised high school student athletes to improve strength and technique.
  • Arranged for transportation and lodging of student athletes during away swim meets.
  • Perform daily practice schedule, instruct student athletes in a high school setting
  • Be a positive mentor and role model for student athletes.
  • Create a positive, supportive environment for all student athletes.
  • Trained student athletes during the off season.
  • Coach middle school and high school student athletes in swimming technique, aerobic training, dryland training, and nutrition.
  • Coach high school aged student athletes Communicate with parents on a daily basis through email, telephone, and meetings
  • assist with conducting practices, motivating students, and instructing student athletes in swimming strategies and techniques.

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26. New Swimmers
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Here's how New Swimmers is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Helped team coaches work with new swimmers, teaching the basics of competitive team swimming.
  • Develop stroke and turn abilities, knowledge and confidence in new swimmers.
  • Redesign registration forms and publications to improve processing of new swimmers.
  • Prepared swimmers for competitions Mentored new swimmers Coordinated outside practice activities for swimmers Lead adults through practice

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27. Competitive Events
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Here's how Competitive Events is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Planned and executed structured workouts and coordinated competitive events.
  • Coordinated and conducted competitive events.

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28. Individual Swimmers
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Here's how Individual Swimmers is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Supervised the improvement of individual swimmers based on their goals, and collaborated with the Athletic Director on effective coaching techniques.
  • Interacted and built relationships with parents, swimmers and staff to meet individual swimmers goals.
  • Worked with parents to discover and meet goals for the team and individual swimmers.
  • Provide on the spot coaching to advance each individual swimmers goals from ages 6-17.
  • Provide feedback and direction to individual swimmers during swim practice and swim meets.
  • Instruct swim lessons on multiple aquatic abilities for group and individual swimmers.
  • Communicated with parents to discuss strengths and weaknesses of individual swimmers.
  • Developed age and skill appropriate workouts for individual swimmers.
  • Coached small groups to individual swimmers.
  • Coached individual swimmers to improve swim technique Established training regimens and schedules Managed parent relationships including problem resolution

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29. Goal Setting
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  • Cultivated an environment where kids were able to learn goal setting and the work that is needed to obtain said goals.
  • Establish a systematic approach to goal setting by delivering directions, providing feedback, enhancing motivation, and building confidence.
  • Led and taught adolescents the essential swimming skills, self-discipline, and importance of goal setting in competition
  • Run the parent and athlete education programming; including goal setting, visualization, communication.
  • Promoted positive reinforcement, cooperative group work, goal setting, motivation, and responsibility.
  • Facilitated parent conferences including evaluation and goal setting of 9 and 10 year old members.
  • Work with children/adults in the development of swimming technique and goal setting skills.

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30. Training Direction
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Here's how Training Direction is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Provide training direction, encouragement, motivation for students in preparation for competitive events.
  • Provided training direction, encouragement and motivation to prepare athletes for competitive events.
  • Provided training direction, encouragement, and motivation.
  • Provide training direction, encouragement, motivation, and nutritional advice to prepare swimmers for Meets and future events.
  • Provide training direction, encouragement, and motivation to prepare athletes for summer swim team league.
  • Provide training direction, encouragement, motivation, and nutritional advice to prepareathletes for swim meets.

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31. Line UPS
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Here's how Line UPS is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Create appropriate practices and put together meet line ups - Teach 7th and 8th graders swim skills as well as character skills
  • Designed swim meet line ups, motivated swimmers and taught them how to work as a team.
  • Created my own practices and swim meet line ups.
  • Create line ups for scheduled dual swim meets.
  • Scheduled swim team line ups * Maintained pool chemicals * Provided safety to the patrons
  • Created daily practice sets Created meet line ups Lead instruction for swim team
  • Coach kids ages 5-17 Help with line ups Help be there for the kids
  • coach, swimmers ages 5-18 Organized swimmer line ups and meet software Managed a staff of four coaches

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32. Front Desk
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Here's how Front Desk is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Manage the front desk, greet guests, and handle registrations and payments for multiple programs.
  • Swim Teams Front Desk Work: billing and registration
  • Coached Swim Lessons Front desk reception for special events Payroll data entry

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33. Powerpoint
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34. Large Groups
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Here's how Large Groups is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Manage large groups of kids and keep them on task, help them learn/better their skills
  • Coached both one-on-one and large groups the fundamentals of strokes to competitive techniques.
  • Learned leadership skills and how to direct large groups at one time
  • Developed strong people skills managing large groups of children and parents/guardians.
  • Interacted with large groups of swimmers.
  • Instruct large groups, aid in stroke development and technique Prepare swimmers for competition, help to reach desired goals

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35. Workout Programs
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36. Competitive Strokes
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Here's how Competitive Strokes is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Coached children ages 4-18 in all four competitive strokes; Ran practices Monday-Friday; Organized and ran swim meets
  • Red Cross CPR/AED/ First Aid for the Professional Rescuer; coached swimmers in the four competitive strokes and drown-proofing
  • Teach each swimmer all four competitive strokes, butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and freestyle.
  • Developed age 4-12 swimmers - improving stroke proficiency in all four competitive strokes.
  • Worked with approximately 50 beginner swimmers aged 5-11 Introduced and improved technique of the four competitive strokes
  • Teach all four competitive strokes Attend and plan six practices a week

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37. Ensure Safety
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Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Monitored swimmers in and out of the pool to ensure safety and enforce rules.
  • Planned and coached swim practice to ensure safety and enhance skill level of swimmers.
  • monitored pool, ensure safety of guests.
  • Write and conduct practices for Masters swimmers Ensure safety of the participants Communicate with the city management
  • write workouts ensure safety of team members communicate progress with parents, swimmers, and coaching staff maintain necessary certifications

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38. Game Strategies
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Here's how Game Strategies is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of opposing teams to develop game strategies.
  • Coach student athletes in game strategies and techniques / provide motivation.
  • Instructed students in sportsmanship, game fundamentals and game strategies.
  • Assist with conducting practices,motivating students, and instructing student athletes in game strategies and techniques.

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39. Fun Environment
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Here's how Fun Environment is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Helped to maintain a healthy, safe, and fun environment for the swimming patrons.
  • Created a fun environment where children ages 5 through 18 can learn to swim competitively.
  • Planned and organized events to keep a positive and fun environment during stressful competitions.
  • Promote an active and fun environment with safety being paramount.
  • Teach children the fundamentals of swimming Prepare and strengthen the children to compete Provide a safe and fun environment
  • Create practices Provided a safe and fun environment for many children Run class and privet practices.
  • Coach swimmers in proper swimming techniques Maintain safety of swimmers Provide a fun environment

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41. Performance Principles
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Here's how Performance Principles is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Instruct individuals or groups in sports rules, game strategies, and performance principles.

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42. Personal Goals
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Here's how Personal Goals is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Design in and out of water workouts to address an individuals strengths and weaknesses in order to attain their personal goals.
  • Worked with and motivated swimmers to achieve personal goals and to create winning strategies.
  • Teach swimmers to set and meet personal goals.
  • Develop workouts tailored to the needs of each swimmer.Guide individuals to personal goals and monitor progression.
  • Created drills and exercises to help swimmers achieve personal goals .

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43. Enjoyable Environment
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Here's how Enjoyable Environment is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Provided a fun and enjoyable environment while orienting the swimmers to competition.
  • Provide a fun and enjoyable environment.

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44. Maximum Performance
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Here's how Maximum Performance is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Plan and direct physical conditioning programs that will enable athletes to achieve maximum performance.

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45. Skill Development
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Here's how Skill Development is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Designed and taught swim courses for children ages 5-12, including beginner instruction and intermediate skill development.
  • Instructed young swimmers in swim technique and skill development, and more experienced swimmers in training for competition
  • Trained, educated, skill development, etc multiple levels from beginner to advanced during practices.
  • Foster stroke and skill development, including but not limited to personal best times.
  • Emphasized skill development, sportsmanship and the enjoyment of swim competition.
  • Directed and planned practices focusing on skill development and team building
  • Coached and assisted in the skill development of competitive athletes.
  • measured skill development through swim meet times!
  • Encourage skill development for team Maintain communication with parents Create and execute proper swim instruction for 8-11-year-old children

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46. Competitive Level
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Here's how Competitive Level is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Plan and organize swim lessons to bring athletes from beginner level to competitive level.
  • Coached students primarily ages 5-11 years old to a competitive level.
  • Collaborated in forming swim program aimed at advancing swimmers to a competitive level Trained swimmers in Six Point Aquatics methods
  • Trained swimming fundamentals at a competitive level Trained new team members on work procedures and policies

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47. AGE Group Swimmers
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Here's how AGE Group Swimmers is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Planned and oversaw daily swim practices and lessons for 50 + age group swimmers ranging from 2 - 16 years old.
  • Maintain USA Swimming level 1 certifications, and coaching 5 days a week with age group swimmers ages 5-12.
  • Developed training regimens for 6-10 age group swimmers entering the Warren Aquatics Club - Indianapolis, competition level.
  • Coached a group of fifteen, 10 and under age group swimmers.
  • Coached over 300+ age group swimmers from beginner to elite skill level
  • Coach age group swimmers, attend swim meets, organize children.
  • Instructed two lanes of age group swimmers twice weekly.
  • Supervised the development of 10 to 20 age group swimmers Planed daily workouts for swimmers and attend swim meets
  • Coached the 8 & under age group swimmers Attended swim meet events
  • Full time coach focused on the top age group swimmers.
  • summer league coach for age group swimmers

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48. Individual Goals
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Here's how Individual Goals is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Motivate and encourage children to develop individual goals of performance.
  • Facilitate teamwork and individual skills, addressing uniqueness of each child to reach individual goals.
  • Assisted and educated age-group children to set and develop individual goals.
  • Helped kids set and accomplish their individual goals.
  • Lead a team of over 200 swimmers, ages 6-18 Helped kids achieve individual goals and develop team skills

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49. Nutritional Advice
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Here's how Nutritional Advice is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Implemented/enforced individual and team training regimens, encouragement, motivation, and nutritional advice.

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50. Different Strokes
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Here's how Different Strokes is used in Swim Coach jobs:
  • Coached kids ages from 5-14 on how to perform different strokes and how to perfect their technique.
  • Created sets which worked all different strokes and enforced proper technique of those strokes.
  • Teach them different strokes and breathing techniques.
  • United States Teaching students ages 3-10 years of age to swim the different strokes in preparation for swim competition.
  • Coach different strokes and skills Train young swimmers
  • Facilitate 6 group lessons per week Assess swimmers each week Keep track of participants achievements Provide instruction and demonstration of different strokes

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20 Most Common Skills For A Swim Coach

Competitive Swimmers

38.6%

Water Safety

13.7%

Private Lessons

13.1%

Lifeguard Training

5.3%

CPR

4.1%

Championship

3.1%

Practice Plans

2.5%

Lesson Plans

2.0%

Skill Levels

2.0%

Proper Stroke Technique

1.9%

Girls

1.7%

Customer Service

1.5%

Varsity

1.4%

Conduct Practice Sessions

1.4%

Safe Environment

1.4%

Assistant Coaches

1.4%

Special Needs

1.3%

Positive Role Model

1.3%

Safety Procedures

1.3%

Stroke Technique

0.9%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Swim Coach

Rank Skill
1 Competitive Swimmers 32.7%
2 Water Safety 11.6%
3 Private Lessons 11.1%
4 Lifeguard Training 4.5%
5 CPR 3.5%
6 Championship 2.7%
7 Practice Plans 2.1%
8 Lesson Plans 1.7%
9 Skill Levels 1.7%
10 Proper Stroke Technique 1.6%
11 Girls 1.5%
12 Customer Service 1.3%
13 Varsity 1.2%
14 Conduct Practice Sessions 1.2%
15 Safe Environment 1.2%
16 Assistant Coaches 1.2%
17 Special Needs 1.1%
18 Positive Role Model 1.1%
19 Safety Procedures 1.1%
20 Stroke Technique 0.8%
21 Training Programs 0.7%
22 Swim Lessons 0.7%
23 Olympics 0.7%
24 Proper USE 0.7%
25 Student Athletes 0.7%
26 New Swimmers 0.6%
27 Competitive Events 0.6%
28 Individual Swimmers 0.6%
29 Goal Setting 0.6%
30 Training Direction 0.5%
31 Line UPS 0.5%
32 Front Desk 0.5%
33 Powerpoint 0.5%
34 Large Groups 0.5%
35 Workout Programs 0.5%
36 Competitive Strokes 0.5%
37 Ensure Safety 0.4%
38 Game Strategies 0.4%
39 Fun Environment 0.4%
40 Meeting Minutes 0.4%
41 Performance Principles 0.4%
42 Personal Goals 0.4%
43 Enjoyable Environment 0.4%
44 Maximum Performance 0.4%
45 Skill Development 0.4%
46 Competitive Level 0.4%
47 AGE Group Swimmers 0.4%
48 Individual Goals 0.4%
49 Nutritional Advice 0.4%
50 Different Strokes 0.4%
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