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Swim4Purpose | WHAT’S NEW
  • S4P Now Closed For The Off-Season

    S4P Now Closed For The Off-Season

    S4P is now closed for the winter. Thanks to all the support from my many clients in making this past summer successful and enjoyable. My 2015 plan is to open up by Memorial Day and continue through the Labor Day period. Best wishes to all for a healthy off-season and will look forward to seeing

  • S4P Balance & Body Position Drills

    As our 2014 Swim Clinic season has now come to an end, Fred and I want to bring back a video we did last year demonstrating perfect technique of balance & body position drills.

  • Having Trouble Breathing?

    Having Trouble Breathing?

    One of the most frequent questions asked in my instruction is on the timing of the breath. Ideally, if I was breathing (to my right side) my head should start rotating to the right as my left “fingertips” spear into the water and….. just “slightly” ahead of body rotation to my left side. Too many