Exercise is necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle, although we all know that we don’t always have the time and energy to do something. Especially those who work in an office may experience back pains, fatigue and a negative mood due to the lack of exercise. Sitting all day may sound comfortable, but imagine doing this every day, without staying active. A great option for those who don’t have the time to attend an aerobic class, visit the gym, or do any other activity, is contacting a private swim teacher, especially if they’re lucky enough to own a swimming pool. If you’re one of them, you won’t even have to go anywhere, as the swim teacher will come to your house.
Private adult swimming lessons in London are preferred by many. Some people contact us even if they don’t have their own pool. Adam from Going Swimmingly London will find a way to help everyone learn to swim and work on their techniques.
Even if you’re energetic and have the will to wake early in the morning and go to a public swimming pool before work, it is important to know that without supervision, you may swim incorrectly. Many people believe that regardless of how they swim, simply being in the water and working their bodies is already beneficial. That’s not quite correct. Learning the swimming strokes is very important before starting to swim on your own. You don’t want to get used to the incorrect movements or breathing techniques, because later it will be harder to correct those mistakes.
How should adults start their swimming lessons?
Step 1: the most important part is finding a trustworthy swim coach who can be there for you when you need help, and will motivate you when you doubt yourself. A good coach is priceless, and if you find someone who offers private classes you surely hit the jackpot! Adam has a flexible schedule, hence it will be easier for you to make time for this activity.
Step 2: once you learned the basics of swimming and think that you can do it on your own correctly, make sure first that your coach has the same opinion. We cannot stress enough how important it is to use the correct swimming strokes if you’re in the water regularly. Arched backs and strained shoulders shouldn’t be part of your swim style. Don’t worry, nobody is rushing you, since everyone learns in a different pace. You don’t have to be a perfect swimmer after a few weeks. You don’t have to win any competition on your first try. All you have to do is work closely with your teacher, make sure you’re doing everything correctly, and keep up the good work.
Step 3: at the end of your private adult swimming lessons in London, talk to your teacher and ask him or her if you can now swim without supervision. If they agree and you decide to continue swimming on your own, be proud of yourself and don’t give up on this activity!
It has several benefits, not only physically, but mentally as well. You will feel refreshed and energised, and your daily routine will start with a boost. Since public pools don’t have open sessions where feedback is given, private adult swimming lessons in London are a great option for beginners and experienced people as well.
Are we offering only private adult swimming lessons in London?
While most of our clients want to learn to swim correctly as adults, Adam has years of experience in working with toddlers, children as well. Feel free to reach out to him whether you’re interested in private lessons for yourself or your children.