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AQUAJETS AQUATIC CENTER (AAC)
6545 Flying Cloud Drive, Eden Prairie, MN 55344

    

THREE GREAT POOLS—UNDER ONE ROOF!
Our comprehensive training facility, located in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, offers year-round state-of-the-art training and features three on-site pools: an 8-lane main competition pool with starting blocks, a 5-lane shallow training pool, and a 4-lane warm-water training pool—dedicated to our youngest swimmers (known as the “Shark Tank”). The Shark Tank has a water temperature of over 85 degrees, which helps our youngest Aquajets feel more comfortable in the water and, at the same time, allows our coaches to be in the water to help develop proper technique and stroke consistency. The Aquajets Swim Team takes air quality seriously; air quality is critical to the health of our swimmers and coaching staff—as a result, the AAC circulates fresh air over six times per hour through an efficient HVAC system. 

The AAC facility also features a private team lounge for training and eventswifi internet access for parents/swimmers, and a comfortable viewing area for the Shark Tank—allowing parents to watch their youngest swimmers develop.

SUMMER LONG COURSE SEASONOUTDOOR TRAINING
The summer long course training season is augmented with outdoor morning practices at the Edina Aquatic Center’s Olympic-size 8-lane pool (located at 4300 W 66th Street, Edina, MN 55435).

ON-SITE DRYLAND TRAINING 
The Aquajets Aquatic Center in Eden Prairie also features an on-site 11,000 square foot dryland training facility. Dryland training for all practice groups is integrated and intentional; it supports athlete performance and goals, and is led by highly qualified professionals for maximum benefit. The dryland program places emphasis on proper strength-training technique—improving core strength and working to reduce the possibility of injuries. Emphasis is also placed on the critical nutritional needs of competitive swimmers and how nutrition relates directly to performance.