Background: When we think about swimming we should reflect that it is the bearing capacity and displacement of the water by its own momentum, so through this understanding swim goes
beyond the styles crawl, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly.
Miranda (2000) argues that the aquatic community from different countries got used to the four births and its variations. However we must ask: Why only four? If we want to develop our athlete or
student, it is advisable to provide the notion of his arm, for example, as an intelligent member capable of gestures aware of what an arm that carries only one type of movement.
If we think of developing individuals whatever their age group in the liquid medium, it is very important that we start to create possibilities for the expansion of its motor repertoire in the aquatic
environment through body awareness, understanding your body in the water, among other elements which facilitate the gestures of births without this need to maintain a repetition sequence generating
boredom class and possible dropouts.
In the search for a program by which contemplate the SESCSP expectations with respect to this understanding of swimming, the SESCSP structured its Water Practices program whose proposal the learning
and practice of swimming, improved physical fitness and technical as well as activities as water polo experiences, diving, synchronized swimming and more, from 3 years old.
Methods:This report aims to share the experiences of the work with the students of the Water Practice course for practitioners over twelve years SESC Belenzinho (São Paulo-SP), during
the year 2015.
The annual planning had as proposal work with bimonthly issues such as Balance, Security and Rescue, Multi swimming Olympic swimming and paralympic swimming, Caiaque, Biribol, Triathlon, Water Polo
and others and through them enabling activities for the development of aquatic skills of the students.
Results: The results of this study indicate that most students understand better the four births, increasing their technical exploitation. It was also perceived increased autonomy of
students for aquatic activity practices, including attending events inside and outside the unit SESC Belenzinho. The group, through the new proposal, obtained a number of enrolled at full capacity (20
students) and with few dropouts during the year.
Conclusions: We conclude that, with the application of planning focused on the new proposal of the Program of Water Activities SESCSP, the teacher has to have a more effective role,
trying all the time to take the students out of balance. It was also possible to create new stimuli for the development and expansion of students' motor repertoire, valuing all employment
opportunities in the liquid medium and not just the traditional births brought the motivating aspect for students through the various trials and challenges making the same not only a movement player.