THE BLUE DEVILS introduce youngsters to swimming with their Little Blue Devils program.

Little Devils in the swim

Young swimmers having fun at Blue Devils introductory level program

he Little Blue Devils program ended the first session of swimming with lots of fun and games and impressive swims at the outdoor pool.  This program started a few years ago and has far exceeded anyone’s expectations.

Parents love it, especially when they see the development in such a short time of their “little devils.” The kids love it as they have lots of fun while learning the fundamentals of swimming, safety and comfort in the water.   The club’s qualified coaches mentor the senior swimmers, who have an interest in coaching, to assist with the program.  Needless to say the Little Blue Devils get lots of individual attention, so progress is swift.

Having completed the Little Blue Devils they can then move up into the Development Group where they will learn the techniques of each swimming stroke, enabling them to swim proficiently and compete if they wish.

The Blue Devils Summer Swim Club is a wonderful way to spend the summer months, whether it is poolside watching your swimmer or camping with family and friends at swim meets. For more information, go to www.bluedevilsswimclub.com.

 

– Blue Devils Summer Swim Club

 

 

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