Pack the Perfect Swim Bag
by Corina Oaches
How would you rate your swim bag packing skills from 1 to 10? If you didn’t answer 10/10, then this blog is for you!
Check out the video for our step-by-step guide on how to do it.
Here’s a few tips, learned from packing many a swim bag.
*First in, last out. Pack your bag in the order of what you’ll need first. One of the last things you’ll need after your lesson is a change of clothes, so these should go at the bottom. Items you’ll need as soon as you get there – like your bathing suit or a game for a younger sibling – should go into the bag last.
*If you’re bringing little ones to evening lessons, bring PJ’s or a cozy bathrobe to change into after your class. Once they get out of the pool, shower and get dressed they’ll be well on their way to being ready for bed.
*Bring hair conditioner – put it in your swim cap! Some people find it much easier to put a swim cap on and take it off if you apply a small amount of conditioner to your hair first. This way, you’ll also have silky smooth locks once you shower after your swim.
*Buy a swim bag with a waterproof compartment. The one used in our video has one and it makes packing it up before and after a lesson so much easier.
*Bring a plastic bag for wet clothes and towels. If you don’t have a specialized swim bag, always remember to pack a bag to put your soggy swim suit in at the end of your lesson.
We’d love to hear from you! Let us know in the comments what pointers you have for packing the perfect swim bag.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or are trying to find the way to taking your first dip into the wide world of water, then reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org,and jump in with us at The Aqua Life Swim Academy!