Team Key Aquatics
If you love water and are willing to work hard to develop and maximize your aquatic skills, then Team Key Aquatics (TKA) Swimfit and Water Polo are definitely for you! Through aquatic sports, TKA strives to foster the growth and development of each athlete, regardless of age or ability, in a dynamic environment that encourages goal-setting, dedication, hard work, discipline and a personal commitment to the pursuit of excellence.
TKA's Swimfit is a conditioning program that mixes swimming, push-ups, sit-ups, squats, elements od surfing and other functional movements. TKA athletes are coached to swim freestyle, breaststroke, butterfly and backstroke. The group workouts are short, highly intense and constantly changing, making them fun yet challenging. TKA coaches strive to make their athletes functionally fit.
TKA’s Water Polo program is a combination of swimming, soccer, basketball and rugby. Playing water polo pushes your body to the limits because it requires that you swim constantly. TKA coaches focus on the development of each athlete’s attitude and knowledge of the game.
Session 1 January 6-31 (no class Jan. 20)
Session 2 February 3-28 (no class Feb. 17)
Session 3 March 2-27
Session 4 March 30-April 24
Session 5 April 27-June 5 (pro-rated
6 weeks; no class May 25)
Member Fee $180 (1st swimmer)
$150 (2nd swimmer)
$75 (3rd swimmer)
Non-Member Fee $216 (1st swimmer)
$180 (2nd swimmer)
$90 (3rd swimmer)
Note: 4th swimmer is free of charge.
Note: Late payments are subject to an additional $35 fee.
Interested in joining TKA?
Please contact Coach Coach Gaby at 786-200-6717 prior to registering..
For more information about TKA and the programs we offer, please visit www.TeamKeyAquatics.com and connect with us on Instagram @TeamKeyAquatics.
Note: Practice days and times are subject to change.
3:05 Swimfit Crew
3:05 SwimFit Crew athletes are at least 4 years old and can swim the length of the pool unassisted. They learn how to safely get in and out of the pool and focus on breathing bubbles while having their head in the water for several seconds. Freestyle kicking is introduced with the goal of getting across the pool without stopping.
Time 3:05-3:25 p.m.
3:30 Swimfit Crew
3:30 SwimFit Crew athletes continue learning the “do’s and don’ts” of pool safety. Freestyle kicking is further developed while freestyle arms is introduced with the goal of getting across the pool quickly and efficiently.
Time 3:30-3:50 p.m.
3:55 SwimFit Crew
3:55 SwimFit Crew athletes are introduced to basic dryland body weight movements, such as squats, push-ups, lunges and sit-ups. While the goal is to improve freestyle drills and techniques, the breaststroke kick is introduced at this level. Swimmers will learn to swim more than one lap at a time without losing stroke ability, speed or efficiency.
Time 3:55-4:25 p.m..
4:30 Swimfit Crew
4:30 SwimFit Crew athletes continue building on basic dry-land techniques. At this level, breaststroke drills and techniques are improved upon and both the butterfly and backstroke are introduced. Several times per week athletes complete a special “Workout of the Day” (WOD).
Time 4:30-5:00 p.m.
5:05 Swimfit Crew
5:05 SwimFit Crew athletes continue to fine-tune freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly drills and techniques. At this level, running and advanced dry-land
movements are introduced. Athletes complete a special "Workout of the Day” (WOD) every day.
Time 5:05-5:50 p.m.
5:55 Swimfit Crew
5:55 SwimFit Crew athletes consist of water polo players, middle-schoolers, high-schoolers and adults who pride themselves on becoming better, faster and stronger overall. They train in all 4 strokes and are introduced to complex dry-land movements. Athletes complete a special “Workout of the Day” (WOD) every day.
Time 5:55-6:55 p.m.
Water Polo Crew
Water Polo Crew athletes focus on proper water polo game-play, such as positioning and spacing while continuing to fine-tune the basics in passing and shooting.
Time 5:55-7:45 p.m.