Read below to learn more about the selection of Dos Pueblos High School Community Programs:
- Dos Pueblos High School Summer Swim
- Dos Pueblos High School Adult Exercise *NEW
- Dos Pueblos High School Basketball Camp
- Dos Pueblos High School Best Self Camp *NEW*
- Dos Pueblos High School Cheer Camp
- Dos Pueblos High School Diving Camp
- Dos Pueblos High School Video Camp *NEW*
- Dos Pueblos High School Girls Volleyball Camp
- Dos Pueblos High School Wrestling Camp
Our Program: From infants to adults, our lessons provide participants with the necessary skills to be successful and safe in and around the pool area. Classes range from parent-child classes to stroke refinement
Our Instructors: All of our instructors are certified Red Cross Water Safety Instructors, Lifeguards and are certified in CPR, First Aid and AED for the professional rescuer.
Our Pool: Certified facility of the Red Cross and is heated at 80-84F. Safety is of the utmost importance to us, therefore, at all times we have a certificated teacher on staff, a Safety Advisor on deck, an additional 2-3 lifeguards watching the pool and most importantly the parents’ of the participants are required to stay on deck and watch their children.
Group lesson class level information:
*All child in group lessons must be at least 3 years old and potty trained or have on a swim diaper.
Tiny tots: The aims to introduce young swimmers to the basics of swimming and water safety. This class begins to develop the foundation of swimming by building confidence in the water, around the water, and in our facility. A raised platform (or “Pirate Ship”) is used to help the group stand and learn while feeling safe. This is a great class for children that are new to our program and not used to the Olympic size pool.
Beginner I: Children in this level should be comfortable in and around water and our facility. These students will have the basic movements of swimming reinforced in this class. Then building on this foundation, this class will focus on breathing techniques, arm and leg movement in the water with assistants from teachers.
Beginner II: Students entering this class should be familiar with basic breathing techniques and swim movements. These skills are practiced in these classes but at this level swimmers are expected to complete skills unassisted. Instructors will aid swimmers to become more efficient in all swimming motions to help prepare for the novice level.
Novice: Swimmers will now start more technical stroke analysis of the front and back crawl. The students are not expected to swim a full 25 yards at this level, but the swimming distances in the classes are slowly increased to help develop muscle memory and endurance.
Dolphin: This class refines the front and back crawl and introduces the basics of Elementary Backstroke, Breast Stroke, Butterfly, and Side Stroke.
Flying Fish: This class continues to refine the front and back crawl and refines the basics of Elementary Backstroke, Breast Stroke, Butterfly, and Side Stroke.
Race Location: Dos Pueblos High School [POSTPONED FOR 2014]
Entry Fees: Kids ages 7-15 – $40.00* (After 7/1/12 Fee is $55.00)All participants are requires to purchase an annual USAT membership for $5.00.
- Juniors – 7-10 years old: 100 meter swim, 5 km bike, 1km run
- Seniors – 11-15 years old: 200 meter swim, 10km bike, 2km run
Course: [Download Course Map] Course Narrative
- Swim in the beautiful and safe Dos Pueblos Pool. Parents and lifeguards will watch the Juniors do 1 lap and Seniors do 2 laps before heading to the Transition Area just outside the pool area in the parking lot below.
- Bike – Either 1 (Juniors) or 2 (Seniors) counter-clockwise loops on Cathedral Oaks. Traffic will be controlled by the S.B. Police and volunteers at each intersection on the course. Your child’s safety is our first priority. Note: Seniors will dismount and remount their bike at the Transition area before going out on their second loop.
- Run - A clockwise loop through the campus of DP finishing on the Track.
All access pass – Summer & Monthly Rates
This enables the sole owner of the pass entry to all Core, Spinning & Yoga classes and entry to all Open & Lap Swimming times.
Shallow Water Core Conditioning was developed to provide a safe yet challenging workout for fitness newbies and athletes alike. Mixing heart-rate raising arm, ab, glute, and leg work with intervals of stretching and strengthening, the method makes for the perfect body altering experience. One half of the class is taught in the water and the other half is on the pool deck.
There will be a minimum of 4 lanes open during our open hours of 7am -8pm. Any swimmers under 14 years old must be accompanied by an adult and pass a lap swim test. Any swimmers under 18 years old must have their parents sign a waiver and have a valid ID. All swimmers must be continually lap swimming.
These outdoor cycling classes on the pool deck offer a non-impact, highly effective way to build cardiovascular strength and endurance. Designed for all levels, these classes offer a challenging opportunity to get your heart pumping, burn serious calories and leave you with a feeling of accomplishment and perhaps a desire to be out on the road.
This Vinyasa Flow class welcomes all levels and links the breath to every movement allowing you the opportunity to connect your mind and body. This class is all about your own personal practice so there will be many modifications and adjustments available for you from the teacher. Depending on the mood of the day, music may be involved to keep the fun level high and the workout strong. Simply, we get an hour to heat up, strengthen, stretch, gain flexibility and stability and go through a yoga sequence together in a fun, safe space.
Contact: 805-883-8343 or firstname.lastname@example.org