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How Swimming Affects the Muscles

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There are many reasons to introduce your children to water either early in survival swim or during early childhood stroke development swim lessons. Not only is learning to swim one of the best measures of safety for our kids, but it’s also extremely beneficial to their health! Muscle formation is key to coordination and injury
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Swimming and Eating Well – Texas Swim Academy

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We at Texas Swim Academy sincerely care for the health and safety of our students. We found some great advice from USA Swimming regarding swimming and eating well. Eating the proper nutrition ensure happy, healthy kids who perform well in the water. It’s a win-win! BY JILL CASTLE, MS, RD Parents and coaches want their
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Top 5 Pool Safety Tips for a Great Swim Season

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Pool Safety Advice for Katy and Houston Parents Swimming is one of the most popular warm weather activities.   It is cool and refreshing and provides much needed relief from Houston’s warm temperatures – and it’s a great way to get in some fun activity and exercise time!   As summer brings on the birthday pool parties,
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Water Safety Tips from The Red Cross

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The Red Cross offers some excellent water safety tips in the video below. Check it out and share with your friends and family! – – – Texas Swim Academy is an infant, child and adult swim lesson facility. The academy strives to introduce children to water at an early age through  survival swim, and to fully
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Fun Pool Games for the Whole Family

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We love how swimming can bring the whole family together – another perk to taking swim lessons and stroke development classes at Texas Swim Academy! As spring draws near, many of our Katy community residents will be opening their pools a little early this year. In case you’ve played a few too many games of
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Swimming and Special Needs Kids

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Swimming can be a great activity for kids with special needs for various reasons. Not only does swimming provide important physical fitness and social benefits, but it also helps protect children against accidental drowning. According to The Red Cross, about 3,500 Americans drown each year, averaging ten deaths per day. More than one in five
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What To Do In a Drowning Emergency – Drowning Prevention

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Swimming is a great way to cool off and have fun in the sun, but safety measures should always be taken. An adult should be within reaching distance of swimmers at all times and pool safety rules should be carefully observed. Last week, we discussed steps to prevent accidental drowning. This week, we’d like to
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Steps to Prevent Accidental Drowning – Texas Swim Academy

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Swimming is great fun in the sun, but drowning presents a real danger. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury death for children age 1 to 14 years, and the fifth leading cause for people of all ages. Here are a few steps to
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Spring Splash Open House!!

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Please join us and tour our new facility on March 2nd, 2013 from 1pm – 4pm!   We will have have Bouncy Houses, Balloon Clowns, Chick – fil – a, snow cones and more!   We look forward to meeting you!
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Swimming and Children with ADHD – Texas Swim Academy

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We all know that participating in group sports activities has numerous benefits for children. Not only do kids expend energy and gain the physical and mental benefits regular exercise affords, but they also have fun while learning focus and discipline. But children with ADHD can find some team sports more frustrating than focusing. Sports like
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