Start swimming at Port de Mer

Nov 25, 2015

It is time to put Port de Mer’s swimming pool to use. For today’s post, the blog team at Timbercreek Communities is highlighting this excellent amenity, located at 99 and 101 Place Charles-LeMoyne Apartments.

Only steps away

Swimming is one of the best ways to stay in shape as well as a fun activity for all ages. TC Lemoyne Swimming99 and 101 Place Charles-LeMoyne Apartments is home to a state-of-the-art heated swimming pool. There are lockers conveniently located nearby so that you can put your personal items away for safekeeping while you swim. After you are done in the pool, be sure to check out the whirlpool and sauna.

Improve your swimming skills

If you are new to swimming or if you want to introduce your child or spouse to the sport, it may be helpful to start with a few lessons. Dozens of swim classes, for all ages and skill levels, are offered at the Downtown YMCA (1400 Stanley Street). Start by viewing the online Swim Level Assessment Aid to determine what lesson is the best fit for you. After you have enrolled for a class, it will take you about 20 minutes using public transportation to get to the YMCA from 99 or 101 Place Charles-LeMoyne Apartments.

Jump in today

Ready to start swimming? Novices and professionals alike may want to download a swimming app to make the most of their swim session. Ask a friend or family member to videotape you swimming using Swim Coach Plus HD. This app analyzes footage of your swim and offers advice to improve your stroke. For an app that allows you to track your swim, including which strokes you completed, the distance you went, your average pace and the time it took, download Swim Tracker.

Whether you swim for leisure or swim for sport, getting in the water is a healthy and fun activity everyone can enjoy. The blog team at Timbercreek Communities invites you to take advantage of the pool at Port de Mer. For more information about either 99 or 101 Place Charles-LeMoyne Apartments in Montreal, visit our website today.

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