Ch 3 Personal benefits
Teaching yourself and/or your kids to swim saves you valuable time and money. If you have a large family, this one-time investment pays dividends as the content is never out-of-date. All the methods and cues are based on physics and psychology of learning principles few instructors know how to apply to get better results. You can view the book and videos anytime to learn at your own pace without pressure or fear. And learning to swim is the only sport that has the potential to save your life. Water has a way of finding you when you are least prepared so act now and teach yourself and your kids how to swim and be safe.
Most people think of only one kind of floating in the face down position. Actually there are seven kinds of floating positions and another five kinds of skills to improve your floating ability. What may not seem obvious to you but you should learn to improve your overall swimming skills are: Face float, Turtle float, Survival float, Sea otter float, Salt Lake float, Back float, and Pencil float...