The Coral Springs Aquatic Complex Program

Older Age Group swimmers join the "big kids" at the City of Coral Springs Aquatic Complex. The Coach puts them through their paces. Practices become more serious and more rigorous while the kids decide where swimming fits into their lives.

White Group

  • Six days per week
  • Monday through Friday: 3:45 pm to 5:15 pm
  • Saturday: 8:00 am - 9:30 am

This group's emphasis is on specific technique training incorporated with interval and endurance training. We swim on between 2,200-3,200 yards a day, increasing or decreasing yardage depending on where we are in the season. Practices are challenging but the group dynamic makes it fun and interesting.

Practices includes 15 minutes of dryland, which includes running and core exercises, as well as stretching. Once a month there is a long timed swim and twice a month is a "fun practice" with relays games and diving. We swim at least one meet a month. Many swimmers are extremely competitive making A-AAAA time standards and also striving to qualify for finals at our Age Group Championships and the Florida Gold Coast All-Star team.

Blue Group

  • Six days per week
  • Monday through Friday: 5:15 pm - 7:30 pm
  • Saturday: 9:15 am - 11:30 am

This group represents the top age group level. Proper stroke technique is emphasized as well as speed work, interval based training, and quality aerobic conditioning. This group averages a total of 4200-5000 yards a day. Additionally, this group focuses on race preparation, race strategy, and overall confidence at swim meets.

Dry land exercise and race strategy are included in the workout plan as well as 20-30 minutes of running, stretching and other dry land exercise

Silver Group

  • Four days per week
  • Monday through Thursday: 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm

This group emphasis is on stroke development with introduction to interval training. Silver focus on stroke development. In addition, Silver swimmers strive to develop strong starts, turns and finishes. Practices start with 10 minute of stretching and dryland exercises. Children should attend minimum 2 practices per week.