A few months ago, we got our first look at JCC Swim Lessons, the company’s newest venture.
It’s a small, but impressive space.
It sits on a quiet residential street and has a simple, yet inviting feel.
There are a handful of tables for you to sit and watch a swim, and there are a few kids in a row in the back.
There’s even a big pool with a waterfall and a small playground in the middle.
It all looks pretty normal, and we’ll be honest, we’re a little nervous.
We’re excited to see what JCC has in store for us.
We’ve never been to JCC, but it seems like a safe, laid-back place to start.
JCC is a new company and we haven’t yet spent a lot of time in the pool, so we’re looking to take a look.
But first, we wanted to get a feel for JCC’s basic training plan and the kinds of things we can expect.
We didn’t want to make too many assumptions about how they’d run their classes, so it’s not the place to go diving into the details.
What we do know is that JCC teaches beginner swimmers through an hour-long class in a large, open space.
We’ll start with the basics: where we can, how to get there, how many people can swim, how long the class lasts.
Then we’ll look at how they train and teach the sport, starting with a refresher session and going through the basics, including how to paddle.
We will then follow them through a half-day of a two-hour swim session.
After that, we’ll head back to the same pool, get some new friends, and start training again.
We think this class will be the first of many.
JLL offers classes in several locations across the country.
The company also offers swim lessons in the winter, but those aren’t available to all residents.
We also found JCC in New York City, so if you live there, you’ll want to check out this location, too.
And if you’re planning to visit a new location, you might want to see if there’s any JLL events going on in that location before making your reservations.
For more information, check out the company website.
If you’re looking for a more serious swimming experience, there’s a JLL certified coach that will be in the class with you.
This one will have you doing things that look easy, like learning to swim in a swim simulator.
And you’ll be training in the same way as you’d practice on the course.
The classes run for about an hour, so you can practice for hours on end, but if you get in trouble, you’re covered in a few minutes.
If your instructor is comfortable with you, you can keep practicing and you’ll make it through the session.
It’ll take about five to seven hours.
There will be no instruction during the lesson, so everyone can be on their own at any time.
And the lessons will last anywhere from five to 30 minutes, depending on the time of day.
So you’ll need to be prepared to get up and get moving quickly, especially if you need to stop and talk to other people.
You can also choose from a wide variety of different instructors, so there’s no need to spend all your time practicing.
There’ll be plenty of time to enjoy the fun, too, so just bring a smile and a friend.
The JLL classes are open to the public, so be sure to bring your family and friends.
And because the company is so new, there aren’t a lot to know about them yet.
If JLL’s classes sound like a good fit for you, we’d love to hear your feedback on our forums.