Can you run faster than the Canadian military?
And can you swim with a broken leg?
Those questions are being asked in a new video from the military, with the hope of helping Canadians with disabilities feel more confident about their fitness.
In the video, soldiers at a Canadian Forces training base discuss how to improve their swimming abilities and run better in swimming lessons.
In a video posted by the Canadian Forces in late March, a team from the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment (RCR) talks about how to run more effectively while swimming and how to make a quick recovery after a swimming workout.
They also show how they can adjust their stance and breathing during their swim lessons to improve posture.
The video also includes advice for how to prepare for the upcoming swim season, including a discussion on how to maintain a positive body posture while swimming.
The training is being held at the RCAF Training Centre at Yarmouth.
The Canadian Forces are offering two courses to the public to prepare soldiers for the summer months: a swim session for children aged 4 to 12, and a swim training session for soldiers aged 12 to 20.
The course is offered once a week, and the two sessions are offered twice a week.
A soldier’s swimming session lasts about 45 minutes, and involves four different exercises: one for swimming, one for running, one to learn to swim, and one to practice for the swim.
The RCAFs swimming lessons are scheduled on the first Monday of each month at 10:30 a.m.
The two swimming sessions are for students aged 11 to 16 and for students between the ages of 10 and 17.
They’re scheduled to last about three hours, and are also offered twice each week.
In addition to the swimming lessons for children, the RCCR is offering classes for people with disabilities to take part in.
The lessons are for the elderly, people with hearing impairments, and people with mobility limitations.
During the two swimming lessons every month, the students are provided with swimsuits and equipment and will have a coach to help them.
The military has launched a website to share its swim lessons with Canadians, and it’s encouraging people to participate.
“The Canadian Forces has been working to support and support those who are in need of a good and safe swimming experience,” said Lieutenant-Colonel John LeBlanc, an RCAFR spokesman.
“We have provided this experience for many years, and we look forward to the future of that experience.”
The RCCRs website also provides a guide for people who are interested in participating in the swimming lesson.
“For some people, this is their first time swimming with us, and they may not be fully confident in their swimming ability, but they are determined to learn and get better,” said LeBlANC.
“To that end, we encourage all to do your best and learn how to swim.”
LeBlance said that if you can’t swim, there are a few things you can do to help yourself.
“As a refresher, it is important to note that you should always keep your hands on your hips during the swim,” he said.
“Swimming in the water is not an exercise you should be doing every day.”
For more information on the RCTs swim lessons and how the military is helping people with a disability, visit www.rcts.ca.