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Old 07-05-2012
bpusnsailor bpusnsailor is offline
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I have been working out my TI technique via video clips and forums. I have masters classes around where i live in New Hampshire, but would rather swim with a certified TI instructor to really make the next jump.
THe forum list has no instructors in Maine or New Hampshire.
I wonder if the next best thing is to simply get the training so Myself and another person in my area of NE could learn and pass on this technique. It would be great to be able to go weekly and work out with a group of dedicated TI swimmers instead of dealing with the convention masters frame of mind. Is this possible?
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Old 07-05-2012
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I have been working out my TI technique via video clips and forums. I have masters classes around where i live in New Hampshire, but would rather swim with a certified TI instructor to really make the next jump.
THe forum list has no instructors in Maine or New Hampshire.
I wonder if the next best thing is to simply get the training so Myself and another person in my area of NE could learn and pass on this technique. It would be great to be able to go weekly and work out with a group of dedicated TI swimmers instead of dealing with the convention masters frame of mind. Is this possible?

Hi bpusn,
Below are two senior TI coaches that teach in the NE. If you go to the learn TI page on this site you will find the directory list of coaches.

I been under the tutelage of coach Cathy for two years. Very thorough, extremely knowledgable, and has a vast amount of expereince.

I'm in NE as well If you have any questions or want go for a TI swim sometime feel free to contact me.



Cathy Adams
Longmeadow, MA
(413) 567-8518
Email: cathyadams@verizon.net This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Website: www.swimcoach.biz


Celeste St.Pierre (603)616-7125
Email: simpleswim@yahoo.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Website: www.triathlonskills.com
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Old 07-06-2012
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THe forum list has no instructors in Maine or New Hampshire.
From Become-a-ti-coach:

"... to be listed on the TI website's Coach Directory (optional service - $350 per quarter)"

My guess is that many (perhaps most) TI coaches are not listed in the 'Coach Directory' on this site. That seems a shame to me.

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Old 07-06-2012
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Default TI Coaches not Listed in Directory

If what you say is true, is there any way to find these coaches? I live in SW florida and the closest coach in the directory is a 2 hour drive away from me. I would love to find someone closer--say in the Fort Myers Naples area. Is there anyone out there?
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Old 07-06-2012
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I have been working out my TI technique via video clips and forums. I have masters classes around where i live in New Hampshire, but would rather swim with a certified TI instructor to really make the next jump.
THe forum list has no instructors in Maine or New Hampshire.
I wonder if the next best thing is to simply get the training so Myself and another person in my area of NE could learn and pass on this technique. It would be great to be able to go weekly and work out with a group of dedicated TI swimmers instead of dealing with the convention masters frame of mind. Is this possible?
hi I just google total immersion coaching maine and this site came up

http://www.triathlonskills.com/about-us/
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Old 07-06-2012
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... is there any way to find these coaches?
Perhaps someone from that area will respond in this thread. You might also start a new thread with title such as "TI coach in SW Florida?"

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Old 06-22-2013
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Did you see that Celeste St Pierre in NH who provides weekend workshops, individual coaching etc?

http://www.triathlonskills.com/

I would seek her out but i found Katherine Swab who is closer to me in MA. I am so pleased to find coaches in NE!
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