SIP 083: Writing swim practices during Covid-19

We’re running our swimming during covid in a small 4 lane indoor pool.

  • Fans
  • Open doors
  • 7 at a time
    • 2 in each lane on opposite ends.
    • 1 in the ada staircase lane.
    • 1 coach; now 2 coaches
    • 2 lifeguards
  • Line up outside and walk them in with a coach chaperone
  • They have their own 6 ft distant places for stuff.
  • Come in their suits
  • Come wearing masks
  • Coaches wear masks throughout the practice
  • Write practices in advance on website.
  • Use TV screen with Fire and internet to show.
  • Practice format:
    • Philosophy:
      • Moving
      • Self guided
      • On rest intervals
      • Aerobic conditioning
      • Challenging fun
      • Socializing from a distance
    • Warmup
    • Swim, Kick
    • Challenges
  • End. Walk out a separate exit like a one way street.
  • Repeat hour after hour.

Better swimming.
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