Learn More From Coaches and Olympians with Swiminar

WINDHAM, New Hampshire, January 30. NEW Wave Sports Marketing and Media is pleased to introduce Swiminar. Swiminar offers swimmers of all ages and from anywhere to interactively connect with professional swimmers and coaching staff, via web based technologies, to review and assess stroke videos, learn ways to improve their performance and participate in Q&A about their sport.

New Wave CEO Matt Tighe, launched Swiminar with a very solid philosophy. “We want to offer swimmers another point of view that might enhance their insight and knowledge. With Swiminar, the athlete isn’t one of a few dozen participants at a clinic. He or she gets the personalized individual attention of members of the pro and coaching staff with an experience that can be tailored to meet the immediate needs of the swimmer. Swiminar eliminates the need for travel and additional time and brings the experts into the home. Everyone knows about Skype for social interaction. Swiminar elevates that to the next level.”

The Swiminar Pro Staff who are Olympians from around the globe as well as National Record holders and Swiminar staff will review your uploaded personal video after which a one hour session will be scheduled during which your athlete will receive video analysis which includes stroke breakdown, tips on technique and recommendations for drills and other tips aimed at improving your performance. If you have the ability to access to the internet, you can benefit from Swiminar.

For more information about Swiminar go to: Newwavesm.com

The above article is being published as a service to our readers and was provided to us in whole from Swiminar, a trusted source for aquatic information.




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Author: Jason Marsteller

Jason Marsteller is the general manager of digital properties at Swimming World. He joined Swimming World in June 2006 as the managing editor after previous stints as a media relations professional at Indiana University, the University of Tennessee, Southern Utah University and the Utah Summer Games.

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