Swimming Lessons are now available through certified instructor, Rochelle Stone-Hartstrom!
Rochelle has an extensive background in most areas of aquatics ranging from life guarding to swim lessons, fitness and aquatic management. She has been teaching swim lessons for a little over 14 years, beginning with her professional Red Cross Water Safety Instructor course and some continuing education through a learn to swim program. She also holds certification in aquatics post-rehab training.
Rochelle loves the water and all things swimming and offers 30-minute swim lessons for children ages 3-8 and 45-minute swim lessons for ages 8 to adults. Whether you are a beginner just taking your first step into the water or an experienced swimmer looking to fine tune your skills, she is ready swim with you!
You can schedule lessons with Rochelle by calling 913-383-9060 or stopping by the front desk.
The Athletic Club members enjoy a heated, 25-meter, 4-lane swimming pool all year around. The hot tub and pool create an outdoor oasis for sunbathers and swimmers alike. During the colder months, the pool is covered by a state-of-the-art climate-controlled dome. Swimming is a low impact, total body workout that people of all fitness levels can enjoy. Lessons and group fitness aquatics classes are available.
Swimming yields many different benefits. The Athletic Club of Overland Park offers a heated, 25-meter, 4-lane swimming pool. The hut tub and pool create an outdoor oasis for sunbathers and swimmers alike. During the colder months, the pool is covered by a state-of-the-art climate-controlled dome. This allows our swimmers to enjoy the pool year-round!
One of the benefits of swimming is you get constant cardio. Swimming requires you to be constantly moving to keep your body from sinking.
Not only that but swimming also provides strength training! That’s right, water creates a strong resistance and when you swim, your body is working and building strength.
Swimming is also low impact! Swimming is a great choice of exercise for people who have injuries that prevent them from doing higher impact exercises. Swimming will also not cause as much wear on your body which allows you to exercise more often and at higher intensities than other forms of exercise.
If you’re looking for something to help benefit your lungs, swimming may be the answer! Swimming helps your body to make better use of the oxygen being taken in. Lung and breathing improvement can even lead to lower blood pressure!
One of the best things about swimming is that you are in control! No matter what your fitness level or circumstance, you control your pace and the intensity of your workout. You can also alter or change a workout based on your fitness level.