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Adult Swim Programs

Our Adult Swim programs provide opportunities for adult swimmers to practice, develop new skills and have fun through exercise.

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Classes / Programs

Adult Swim Lessons - Nonswimmer

Adult Swim Lessons - "I Can Swim"

Adult Conditioning

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Adult Masters

Morning Masters Swim Group Interest

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The LSR-7 Aquatic Center is beginning an Advanced/Masters Adult Swim practice group on weekday morning in September 2022. Please fill out the information below regarding your interest in this program.
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On a scale of 1 to 5, how interested are you in a Masters Swim practice from 5:30 - 7:00 AM on weekday mornings?1 meaning not at all interested, 5 meaning very interested
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On a scale of 1 to 5, how interested are you in a Masters Swim practice from 7:00 - 8:00 AM on weekday mornings?1 meaning not at all interested, 5 meaning very interested
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On a scale of 1 to 5, how interested are you in a Masters Swim practice from 8:00 - 9:00 AM on weekday mornings?1 meaning not at all interested, 5 meaning very interested
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Activities

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WATER POLO

It is currently the off-season for Water Polo! Stay tuned for when pick-up games will return!

Participants must be capable of swimming for long periods of time. Nets and ball are provided.

Included in our Daily Passes, Monthly Plus Passes, and Activities Punch Cards


Special Events

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Swim Clinics

Adult Swim Clinic

2021 Adult Swim Clinic Recap:

When swimming solo, it can be difficult to notice some of the crutches in our technique. Swim clinics provide the critical eye necessary for us to excel as swimmers. Even after experiencing the clinic from outside of the water, I still find myself able to say that I learned about improvements I could make in my own technique as a swimmer. Reviewing the video has provided me with an even better understanding of stroke analysis not only for myself, but also for other swimmers. Personally, I greatly look forward to the idea of future clinics and may even find myself a participant in one. If you find yourself interested in one of the aquatic center’s adult swim programs, I suggest signing up for our adult swim lesson or adult swim conditioning classes.Liberty Barker