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Lindsay Krol Pursglove, PhD, MBA

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At Your Pool Swim Lessons are Now Available in Florida!

Posted on Jun 4, 2018 1:07:07 PM by Lindsay Krol Pursglove, PhD, MBA in At Your Pool, in Swimming Community, in Swimming instruction

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.

As we kick off the at your pool private lessons program we know there are some questions that come to mind.

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The Power of Positivity

Posted on Feb 16, 2018 2:34:46 PM by Lindsay Krol Pursglove, PhD, MBA in Positive Impact, in Swimming tips from an instructor, in Missy Franklin, in swimming goals

At Swimtastic (and our sister schools SafeSplash & SwimLabs) we believe in the power of positivity. Positive reinforcement doesn’t just focus on a swimmer mastering a skill set. Our instructors are specifically trained to identify any element of the swim lesson that has elevated and impacted that kiddo in or out of the water. It’s not uncommon at Swimtastic to see lots of smiles, hugs, high-fives, and thumbs up...but wait there’s more!

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Swim Instructor Substitutes; Not Ideal, But It Happens!

Posted on Feb 7, 2018 7:00:00 AM by Lindsay Krol Pursglove, PhD, MBA in Parenting Experiences, in Swimming instructors, in Swimming tips from an instructor, in Parenting Tips

Our swim families are stellar, and we love seeing our swimmers every day at the pool! Each swim instructor looks forward to lessons and seeing their swimmers weekly. The relationship between swimmer and instructor becomes stronger and stronger over time, which is why we always strive to provide consistency each week.

Imagine getting ready for lessons, driving to the pool, arriving on deck to be told: “sorry, your instructor is absent.” Bummer, and double bummer for the parent, swimmer, and staff. We totally understand the strain it puts on our swimmers when an instructor is out. Trust us, as a team, we feel the strain trying to cover the shift, learn about the kiddos, review class notes, and all while trying to provide a quality lesson. But have no fear! There are ways to handle the substitute situation and rest assured that your swimmer is still in good hands with a substitute teacher.

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Avoid the Fall Season Fall Off

Posted on Aug 11, 2017 10:34:58 AM by Lindsay Krol Pursglove, PhD, MBA in Pool Safety Tips, in Swim Tips, in water safety tips, in Swimming instruction, in Children swim lessons, in Swim Lessons, in Fall Swim Lessons, in Fall Swimming, in fall workout routine

This summer has been great at Swimtastic Swim Schools for our swimmers and families. Summer, as the warmest season of the year, allows swimmers to practice water skills outside of our lessons. Outdoor pools, water parks, and natural bodies of water like oceans and lakes are readily accessible when it's warm outside and we are always sad to see summer go. When the seasons change, it is not uncommon to see our swimmers swim patterns change as well; specifically related to the reduced frequency of being in the water. Have no fear there are year-round options that your swimmer can do to help minimize the effect of losing pool/water time and hitting the Fall-fall off.

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