This is a competitive swimming team, so we obviously are looking to learn and train in order to swim as fast as possible. However, there are two things that in the end are the most important. An extremely small percentage of swimmers will go on in their later lives to continue to be actively involved in the sport. Most will go on to work in a field of study that they learn while in college, and they will have families of their own. What is important is that they look back on their time as a competitive swimmer fondly and see that they now apply the lessons they learned in their current lives. Some of those lessons are: time management, hard work, dedication to a task, goal setting, honesty, diversity, and many many more.
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Nancy Kirkpatrick Reno, head masters coach with the Conejo Simi Aquatics program, offers tips for better swimming performance. Includes high quality under water video to illustrate proper swim form.
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How to Avoid The Porta Potty During a Race
We've all seen it and most of us have done it ... 30 minutes (or less) into a race athletes are already looking for a port potty. The good news is that it doesn't have to be that way. The secret is a proper hydration plan before the gun goes off, and here's how you do it.
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