PHOENIX, Arizona, September 21. THE 1st International Swimming Coaching e-Conference on Swimming Science has begun! It will be “live” through October 1st, 2012. We are thrilled with the participation we have received and hope you find the conference educational and enjoyable. Once registered, please view the presentations at your leisure and be engaged by asking questions or posting comments in the discussion room forum.
The goal of the conference is to: promote Kinesiology and the art of Coaching worldwide, provide a platform for all scientists and coaches to disseminate their research training methods globally, provide a platform for a global dialogue on emerging research and issues in swimming coaching.
History of the International Society of Swimming Coaching By Andrew Sortwell
Core Stability Training: Can it Improve Swimming Performance? By Professor Eyal Lederman
Leadership Style Discovery in Performance Coaching. By Joe Giandonato, MS, CSCS
Shoulders and Injuries. John Mullen
Swimming Psychology – Access 'The Zone'. By Craig Townsend (Dip.
Clin. Hyp). Mental Trainer / Clinical Hypnotherapist
Movement Analysis of the Freestyle Stroke – Train Smarter to Train Harder.
By Jenni Brozena BS, CSCS
The Biomechanics of the Front Crawl Kick and the Influence of the Six Beat Kick on Performance. By Andrew Sortwell
Altitude and Performance By Kevin Thornton MS, BS, CSCS
Novel findings about dry land strength and power parameters that are related to sprint swimming performance in young competitive swimmers.
By Mario C. Marques, PhD, Pedro Morouco, PhD, & Daniel A. Marinho, PhD
Applying Computational Fluid Dynamics to Swimming Research By Professor Daniel Marinho
This conference is free. Go to www.econference.vze.com.