Water Walking

Simply changing your walking routine from land to water keeps it interesting, while allowing you to work different muscles as part of the exercise. The water provides resistance, making your muscles work harder. At the same time, it provides buoyancy, helping reduce strain to your joints. Try walking backward and sideways to tone other muscles.

 

Shallow Pool Usage 

 

Pool Schedule – Phase 5

  • Swimmers will enter and exit via locker rooms and enter the pool they have a reservation for.
  • Must shower before entering the pools using showers in the locker rooms or on the pool deck.
  • Swimmers are encouraged to bring their own equipment.
  • Members are asked to wipe down showers before and after use.

Swim Descriptions:

  • Lap Swim: ages 14 or older
    • If sharing lanes, start at opposite ends with stronger swimmers start at deep end.
  • Water Walk: ages 14 or older
  • Family Swim: all ages
    • Adults must be in the water within arms reach of children younger than 7 years
    • Families and lifeguards determine how to split the shallow pool based off swimmers’ needs
  • Family / Lap Swim: all ages
    • Swimmers under 14 must pass deep pool swim test and have an adult in the water with them
    • Household cannot exceed 2 per lane. If it does, must make 2 reservations

 

Reservations:  

  • Members must make a reservation to guarantee a lane.
  • Reservations can be made online, at the front desk, or by calling
  • Only 1 reservation per day
  • Reservations open 7 days before and close 1 hour prior
  • Swim times are for the designated 55 minutes, you may leave earlier but cannot stay later.
  • If you do not show up in the first 15 minutes, your spot may be taken by another swimmer.
  • If there are spots in the pool open, a reservation is not necessary, but they are encouraged to ensure you have a lane.

Contact:   Aquatic Director

Contact:   Director – Healthy Living