That is learning to swim fast. Because according to the general opinion that I have surveyed, how can there be supply without demand? That means learners want to learn how to swim quickly, so the teachers will teach quickly to meet that requirement.
However, you need to understand that, when you ask a teacher to quickly learn how to swim. That means you’ve officially allowed yourself to swim badly and with no minimum water safety!
What is most easily recognized by many people is that the water environment is completely different from the terrestrial environment. So the habit of working on land makes it difficult to get in the water. Michael Phelps is no exception when he first entered the water.
The characteristic of swimming lessons is the repetition of each skill to the level of mastery before moving on to another skill. These skill blocks must be placed on the solid foundation of the previous skill block to achieve high connection efficiency.
Flapping the legs is not good but swimming immediately is broken. Body connections take time to function properly. If you study fast, you won’t be able to develop your “muscle memory”. Just learn too quickly and you will return all the skills to the teacher in a short time.
For beginners to swim, they need to be in the water to feel the water touching their skin. It is to feel the water pressure exerting on their bodies and to practice balance in the slumping water and to feel the resistance in the water. These feelings are only available when the learner is immersed in the water. Fast swimming lessons do not get learners of these feelings.
Time is a tool to help you swim gently. Time is your companion to help you gradually improve your technique. The time you spend in the water is not lost, but it is what helps you accumulate skills and get a feeling of water. Learning to swim is not a speed contest.