To be eligible for the Lifeguarding course, you must be 15 years old on or before the final day of this course. Cost is $125 (cash or check) and attendance to all classes is required for successful completion. Call 449-4307 for our next class dates, located at the Indoor Pool, Bldg AS-4400.
Water Safety Instructors Class
If you’re at least 16 years old and a proficient swimmer, you can become an American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor. Learn to teach children and adults to swim, and give water safety presentations to kids and their parents. It’s a fun and meaningful job that’s in high demand. Plus,
Red Cross certification is recognized nationwide so you can work anywhere in the United States.This course is dedicated to developing the knowledge and skills you will need to plan and teach courses in the American Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety program. To participate you must be able to demonstrate the following skills at a level consistent with the ARC Learn-to-Swim Level 4: 25 YDS FRONT CRAWL, 25 YDS BACK CRAWL, 25 YDS BREAST STROKE, 25 YDS ELEMENTARY BACKSTROKE, 25 YDS SIDESTROKE, 15 YDS FLY, TREAD WATER FOR 1 MINUTE, AND MAINTAIN POSITION ON BACK FOR 1 MINUTE IN DEEP WATER (FLOATING OR SCULLING).
Cost is $175 (cash or check) and attendance to all classes is required for successful completion. Call 449-4307 for our next class dates, located at the Indoor Pool, Bldg AS-4400.
New River Phrogs Masters Swimming Team
A program offered to promote health and fitness among the Marines, retirees, dependents, and DoD employees aboard MCAS New River and surrounding areas, through fitness swimming and swim meets. This is a non-competitive swimming program offered to vary your workout routine as well as hone your swimming skills. Participants will have the option to compete in swim meets throughout Eastern NC, however competition is not necessary. Cost is $65 per year.
Aqua-Spin Monday: 8:15 - 9 am Wednesday and Friday, 11:30 am - 12:15 pm
Enjoy spin on land? Try it in the water with less impact and less soreness but will all of the same results! It is a full body workout designed to meet the needs of all fitness levels. No swimming skills needed.
Aqua Boot Camp Monday: 5 - 6:30 pm | Thursday: 8:30 - 10 am
This class is full of fun and energizing activities designed to help you reach your fitness goals now! The exercises are performed in water that is chest deep and no swimming skills are needed to participate. Regardless of your age, size, or fitness level, you can achieve very noticeable results. Whether you are a beginner, an avid fitness enthusiast or simply looking for a new type of workout, this aquatic adventure is for you! Come and experience an awesome total body workout to include stretching, toning and cardio both on land and in the pool
Amp It Effective June 1, Monday, Wednesday, & Friday: 5:30 - 6:15 am | Tuesday & Thursday: 11:30 am - 12:15 pm
No matter what you swim level is, if you are looking for a new type of workout, this aquatic adventure in chest deep water is for you. Come and experience an awesome total body workout to include stretching, toning and cardio both on land and in the pool. .
Deep Water Run Effective June 1, Tuesday: 5 - 5:45 pm
Running in water provides the same workout as running on land, with less impact and soreness! It is an ideal workout for people who enjoy running on land, but have knee, back and joint problems! No swimming experience needed!
Sweatin' to the Oldies Tuesdays 9 - 10 am
Sweatin' to the Oldies combines low-impact aerobics with toning all while working out to songs from the 50’s to th 80’s.
Youth Swim Team
The Fighting Ospreys are divided into several training groups based on age, stroke proficiency, aerobic conditioning, physical, mental, and emotional maturity, and commitment to swimming. The groups are structured to provide a progressive program where swimmers are challenged at every stage with technique being the focus for all of the groups, and competitive excellence gradually emphasized as the swimmers get older. The coaching staff is responsible for placing the swimmers in groups and does so based on the best interests of the swimmer, each group, and the program as a whole. Age Ranges are used as a guideline; exceptions are expected to be made by the coaches based on their professional opinion.