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When have you recently taken some time to look through your ‘old’ information on TI – that which you read months or years ago while studying the video, reading the book, or what you collected from your live training experience? Perhaps you scanned it once…

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After a swimmer has invested the time to thoroughly work through fundamental swimming skills, often the swimmer encounters some obstacles to improvement that are better addressed by training he needs to do outside the pool. Some major areas for…

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When they were younger, just starting to do bigger chores around the house, I used to tease my daughters that I was giving them a ‘magic wand’ that could make much of what they wished in life come true.  What is the magic wand? Hard work. Needless to say,…

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There is this wide spectrum between “I want to perform better” and “I want to feel better” – a few swimmers seem to be on one extreme or the other, while the rest of us fall somewhere in the middle with a mixture of both. However, one of these tends to be…

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I have a couple swimmers in one of our weekly practice groups who are members of a local masters swim group that meets on a couple different evenings each week. They came to me some months ago because their coach is great at making them work hard, and…

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A 46 year old swimmer from Azerbaijan has been working with me for some months through the Mediterra Swim Dojo, our online training site, to prepare for 10 km swimming this summer. Within the last year or so he’s gone from essentially a non-swimmer to a…

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Many swimmers wonder what kind of exercises they should do on dry-land that would help them with their swimming.  I wanted to share with you what I do, what I have been doing for years, to maintain my joints for regular and varied activities, not just for…

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There is a difference between getting the work done, and getting the work done well. It’s one thing to feel like you barely survived the 1500 meter swim. It’s another thing to do it feeling strong enough at the end to continue with the rest of your…

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This is a continuation of Part 1… Replace Visual With Other Senses In both rehearsals and often in drill mode you can turn your head and watch what is happening with that body part . Or you might stand in front of a mirror or window. Or you might watch…

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In a live training session the coach can watch and offer you vital feedback on how closely some part of your body position or movement pattern is matching the ideal. Then hopefully, they will also offer you practical guidance on how to bring it even…
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