PHOENIX, Arizona, October 30. THE November issue of Swimming World Magazine is now in the mail. Premium Members can now download this issue by logging onto Swimming World Magazine's Premium Section
Swimming World Magazine is designed and written for the competitive and fitness audience and has been expanded to include 12 issues of SWIM Magazine content and 12 issues of Swimming Technique content.
November 2006 Issue
Contents of The November issue:
3 TECHNIQUE: Breaststroke Pulldown
8 BACK TO NATURE by Jason Marsteller
Chloe Sutton, one of the nation's top 14-year-olds in the pool, also enjoys the natural habitat of open water swimming.
11 OPEN WATER TRAINING (IDAHO-STYLE) by Jeff Erwin
12 NO HOLDING BACK
Swimmers from all over the world left the lane lines behind and jumped into open water to compete in distances ranging from 250 yards to 15-1/2 miles.
14 THE WAY OF THE SWIMMER by P.H. Mullen
The RCP Tiburon Mile, the world's fastest open water swim, provided the backdrop for understanding deep truths from The Swimmer.
16 THE TOP 10 LSCs IN THE UNITED STATES by Jason Marsteller
20 JAPAN: A RISING POWER by Hideki Mochizuki
24 A NEW OUTLOOK by Oene Rusticus
After a brief break from swimming, Germany's Britta Steffen, 22, has returned more confident, mature and determined to show her talent.
6 A VOICE for the SPORT
25 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE
54 FOR THE RECORD
62 PARTING SHOT
In the Swimming Technique portion of the magazine you will find the following:
36 Q & A WITH COACH KIM BRACKIN by Dave Denniston
39 HOW THEY TRAIN: Kirsty Coventry by Kim Brackin
40 TRAIN YOUR ENERGY SYSTEM by Genadijus Sokolovas
The importance of energy systems in swimming is based on the existence of several different pathways to recycle energy in the muscle cells during exercise.
43 CREATIVE COACHING by Glenn Mills
46 IS STRUCTURE A BAD WORD? by Bob Hubbard
Creating a program that is weighted toward a structured lesson plan with adaptability can meet the needs of students, instructors and parents.
In the SWIM portion of the magazine you will find the following:
29 HONORING ITS OWN
Nine Masters aquatic greats will be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame next summer.
30 HEALTH WAVES: The Aqua-Active Lifestyle
32 MOVING FORWARD by Chuck Kroll
Toyota's Jim Press, who received the Hall of Fame Gold Medallion Award, is one of swimming's finest ambassadors.
35 A CLOSER LOOK
The 2006 FINA World Masters Championships last summer provided several notable performances.
In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:
48 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORD SETTERS:
Aquastar 13-14 Girls 200 Meter Medley and 200-400 Free Relays
49 GOLDMINDS: Get Your Kicks by Kicking with K.I.C.K.S. by Wayne Goldsmith
51 SPEEDO AMERICAN RELAY