Why Learn With AquaPlane?
Kid's love the fun learning experience that AquaPlane offers. The plane shape is exciting, reassuring and specially designed to offer maximum support to the child in the water. Because the child's arms are unrestricted from day one, AquaPlane helps children develop great technique and grow in strength and confidence.
How Does AquaPlane Support Swimmers?
Thanks to its unique shape, AquaPlane supports swimmers whatever their position in the water. The tapered plane shape offers support when the child is vertical in the water - they simply adjust their weight, lean back and the AquaPlane supports them. The child can then confidently swim on their front or back, knowing that if they change their body position the AquaPlane will hold them vertically.
Check out this video to see the supportive AquaPlane in action.
Wear It – Beginners
AquaPlane is first worn as a back-float to develop the most important learning factor, confidence. AquaPlane’s design encourages the correct swimming position and allows freedom for the arms to be used. Children feel supported as they take their first steps towards learning to swim. As swimmers perfect their technique and hold themselves higher in the water, the float is needed less and less.
Wear It – Back Stroke
This is where AquaPlane comes into its own. AquaPlane has a wider surface area than other swimming aids on the market, which gives the child much more support on their back, therefore greater confidence levels. This reduces the learn-to-swim time dramatically.
Hold it – Intermediate
Once children have developed confidence using a specific piece of equipment, taking it away from them only makes them nervous, and usually reduces confidence levels.
AquaPlane simply stops this situation happening! Simply remove the straps, turning AquaPlane into a streamlined kick-board that the child can hold onto for their next stage of their swimming journey.
Develop with it – Advanced
At this stage your child would be water confident and have good swimming ability. AquaPlane can be used as a back-float to perfect breathing to the side, offering support when rolling to the side.
AquaPlane can also be used as a kick-board in stroke technique sessions for all four strokes.