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Masters Swimming

Lakeside Aquatic Club Masters Swimming

 

            

 

Lakeside Aquatic Club offers a Masters Swimming program for adults 18 and over – no matter what your goals are! LAC Masters Swimming is perfect for:

 

  • NOVICE, INTERMEDIATE, and ELITE swimmers
  • Anyone interested in swimming for general fitness
  • Anyone interested in swimming for competition
  • Triathletes looking to improve their swim training
  • CrossFit™ enthusiasts looking for effective cross-training

 

LAC Masters swimming is offered in partnership with Keller ISD,

and we’re grateful for their support!

 

Location:

  • Keller Natatorium, 1000 Bear Creek Pkwy, Keller TX 76248 (map)

 

Practice Dates & Times:

  • Monday – Thursday, 12pm – 1pm

 

Requirements:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Must be able to swim at least 500 yards
  • Active member of US Masters Swimming*

 

* New members to LAC Masters have 30 days to join USMS; it’s easy and only takes a few minutes online to join!

 

Fees:

  • $55 / month (LAC dues)
  • $56 / year (USMS dues)

 

KEEP UP WITH US ON FACEBOOK! https://www.facebook.com/lacmasters/

 

Want to join us? Simply stop by the pool for a workout during an available practice date! All registration and LAC monthly dues are administered by Keller ISD and can be managed at the Natatorium front desk, or online using http://intouch.kellerisd.net.

 

Have questions? See below, or email Coach Paul: paul.jackson@swimlac.org

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

  1. Q: I’m not really interested in being a competitive swimmer. Isn’t Masters swimming just for people who want to compete?

    A: While plenty of Master’s swimmers do compete – for fun, friendship, and camaraderie as much as the personal challenge! – many Masters swimmers also have no intention of competing and just want to get a good workout. You do not have to compete to be a part of LAC Masters!

     
  2. Q: I’m not a very fast swimmer. Can I still join the team?

    A: Masters swimming isn’t about being a “fast swimmer” – it’s about having fun while becoming a better swimmer! While being a “fast swimmer” isn’t required, knowing how to swim is required – we do require that you know how to swim at least 500 yards successfully. We break out our workouts into groups depending on the ability and experience of the different swimmers on the team.

     
  3. Q: I used to swim competitively, and want to compete in Masters swim meets. Can I do that with LAC Masters?

    A: YES! Whether novice or elite, LAC Masters is a USMS-recognized swim club that looks to offer Masters members numerous opportunities to race at local, regional and even national USMS-sanctioned swim meets.

    Throughout the year, there are many opportunities to swim with other Masters swimmers throughout the DFW Metroplex – no matter whether you’re just getting back into the water after taking years off, or are an existing competitive swimmer looking to find a place to train (and race!).

     
  4. Q: I want to learn how to swim. Can LAC Masters help?
    A: Do you need to learn to swim? Great! Lakeside Aquatic Club offers adult Learn-to-Swim classes at the Keller Natatorium, too! Click here for more information, or email Coach Sarah Crouch directly at sarah.crouch@swimlac.org. Once you’re up-to-speed on the basics, we’ll look forward to seeing you in the pool with LAC Masters!

     
  5. Q: Are there any other workout times? Or other pools? I can’t make lunchtime workouts, or I’d prefer they were at a different LAC-affiliated pool.
    A: At this time, LAC Masters is offered at the Keller pool only, and only during the noon hour Mondays through Thursdays.

    While other locations & times might always be preferable for some, right now Keller Natatorium pool space during both morning and evening hours is highly impacted. We want to make sure our Masters swimmers have access to safe and enjoyable training conditions, while ensuring all other LAC teams and training groups have the best possible conditions as well.

    We’re continually evaluating our available options, and if new options become available to the LAC Masters, we’ll certainly look to adjust.