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Wetsuits: Friend or Foe?

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 I swam into this fascinating paradox early last year when passing through San Francisco and stopped by my favorite swimming hole at Aquatic Park to go for a short cold water swim.

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The water temp that day a balmy

My BIO and the benefits of TI

I retired after thirty years in the US Navy and have been involved in three areas of Navy Diving.  I was a member of SEAL Teams TWO and SIX; a Hardhat Diving Officer and Master Explosive Ordnance Disposal Officer.

During …

FREE TI TALK & DEMO in NYC APRIL 11th!!

On Thursday April 11th at SBR Shop in NYC (W58th Street at 7th Ave) I will be giving a FREE open to the public talk on Total Immersion technique and practical applications. I will talk for an hour and then …

The Swimmer’s Dilemma

Introduction

Every endurance sport has its specific “dilemma” – or challenge – to solve if you want to maximize your efficiency.  And in each sport that dilemma involves your relationship with gravity.  In this discussion, I will

My Top 3 Freestyle Swim Tips

I have filmed a short presentation where I give you my top 3 freestyle swim tips that you can incorporate quickly right now to change your swimming for the better. I have given a similar presentation at several triathlons and …

The Cyclist’s Dilemma

The Cyclist’s Dilemma

 

Introduction:

Every endurance sport has its specific “dilemma” – or challenge – to solve if you want to maximize your efficiency.  And in each sport that dilemma involves your relationship with gravity.  In

The Sinker and the Snorkel

Sounds like a book title and I think I could probably write much on the subject(s) in the future :-)

Many coaches have come across “the sinker”, and I certainly have had my share.  The sinker has less buoyancy than the

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