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Aquatic Skills - Chapter Summary
Our experts have provided you with these lessons about aquatic skills. Look at the biomechanics of swimming and fun water games. See the information in other lessons, including:
- Swimming skills
- Swimming benefits
- Water activities for fitness
- Aquatic-related activities safety
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1. Swimming Skills & Biomechanics
Whether you are new to swimming or have a lot of experience, there is always something else to learn about the sport. This lesson contains progressions for beginning through intermediate skill levels for both sports.
2. The Benefits of Swimming
In this lesson, you'll learn the physical and mental benefits associated with water-based exercises. You'll come away with a strong sense of what's unique about swimming as a form of physical activity.
3. Water Fitness Activities & Games
Water activities are fun and interactive and can be great exercise for your students. Adding variety to their water curriculum can provide more engagement. Use the suggestions in this lesson to add new activities for your students.
4. Safety in Aquatic-Related Activities
Water sports and activities are a great way to spend time with friends and family. Being safe during these activities can help prevent accidents, making the time spent on the water more enjoyable for you and everyone else.
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