Swimming Coach

Swimming is an individual or team sport that involves using arms and legs to move the body through water. Typically, the sport takes place in pools or in open-water (e.g., in a sea or lake). Competitive swimming is one of the most popular Olympic sports,[1] with events in butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle, and individual medley. In addition to these individual events, swimmers also take part in relays. Swimming each stroke requires specific techniques, and in competition, there are specific regulations concerning the acceptable form for different strokes. 

Career Option

  • - Teacher - Biomechanics - Sport psychologist - Sport journalist - Sports Player - Sports Coach & Instructor - Commentator - Sports Photographer - Personal Trainer - Professional Athlete - Physical Education Teacher - Health Advice Officer - Health & Public Services Leader

Top Colleges In India

  • National Institute of Sports Old Moti Bagh, Moti Bagh, Patiala, Punjab 147001 Ph- 0175 221 5289 Website- www.nsnis.org
  • Indian Olympic Association A, Qutab Institutional Area Block B Rd, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi, Delhi 110016 Website- www.olympic.ind.in

Courses to be pursued

  • 1. Diploma Course: - Diploma in Sports Medicine - Diploma in Sports Coaching - Diploma in Sports Management - Diploma in Sports Science & Nutrition 2. Undergraduate Courses: - B.Sc in Physical Education
  • Health Education and Sports Sciences - Bachelor of Physical education - Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Sports Management - B.Sc (Hons) in Sports Science - B.Sc in Sports and Recreation Management - Bachelor of Sports Management (BSM) - Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Sports Management 3. Postgraduate Course: - Master of Physical education - M.Sc in Sports Coaching - Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine - Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Management - Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Business - MBA in Sports Management - Master of Sports Management (MSM) - M.Sc in Sports Science 4. Doctoral Degree Courses: - Ph.D in Physical Education - M.Phill in Physical Education - Ph.D in Sports Management

Working Condition

Becoming a professional swimmer is more of a lifestyle choice than a career. In order to be successful, you will need to keep your body in peak condition at all times, and you will constantly have to refine and develop your technique. You will need to manage your diet, train every single day, and have serious drive and determination. The majority of professional swimmers compete in pool swimming competitions. However, more and more people are beginning to develop an interest in open water swimming, the newest Olympic sport.

Personal Skill

  • - Physical Energy and Stamina - Energetic - Enthusiastic - Physically fit - Patience - Sporting Spirit

Educational Qualification

  • 10+2 in any stream
Successful Persons

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