Now Available Online March SW: Jonty Skinner on Video Analysis

PHOENIX, Arizona, March 5. APART from an incredible 16-page NCAA preview, the March issue of Swimming World Magazine looks deeply into the evolving practice of coaches videoing their swimmers.

When you become a Total Access Subscriber, you can download the full extended, interactive online March issue.

In the online March issue, longtime contributor Mike Stott presents the second part in his two-part series about videoing swimmers, a practice commonly used for swimmers to improve their technique and body awareness in the water.

Stott talks to a number of elite coaches in the article, including National Champion and current University of Alabama assistant coach Jonty Skinner. Skinner feels that teaching technique should not consist of copying the top swimmers: “You can't swim like Michael Phelps unless you're built exactly like Michael Phelps.”

Stott also discusses affordable filming options for teams with limited budgets with Bailey Weathers, director of athletics at Grace College. You'll be surprised at Weathers' suggestions!

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ON THE COVER:
Cal's quest for a third straight men's NCAA Division I championship will undoubtedly be keyed by Tom Shields, the senior short-course stud who is coming off individual crowns in the 100 back and 100 fly, along with a second place showing in the 200 fly. He could very well close out his college career with a sweep of his individual events. (See stories, pages 14 and 42.) [photo by alexander c. miller]

PRINT ISSUE 47 PAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS:
FEATURES
8 History in its Grasp by Jason Marsteller
Coach Teri McKeever's squad can set the stage for a piece of history by capturing the women's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships. If the men follow suit a week later, the Golden Bears would become only the second Division I school to win both the women's and men's titles three years in a row.
14 Targeting a Trifecta by John Lohn
The University of California-Berkeley has what it takes to add a third straight men's team title at this year's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships.
20 Time for a Change? by Jeff Commings
A new collegiate swimming season brings with it renewed hope for success. However, last year's champions from NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, NAIA and NJCAA will be ready to build on their past performances.
23 Ready to Go by Shoshanna Rutemiller
Harrison Jones, now diving for Arizona State, is stepping up his game in order to perform his best for his final collegiate championship later this month at NCAAs.
25 AthleticFoodie/Let's Live a Healthier Life: Preparing for NCAAs by Garrett Weber-Gale
NCAAs is a fantastic meet. Undoubtedly, there will always be many people swimming blisteringly fast, and you can be one of them. Take charge of what you're consuming at the championship meets, and you will likely see a dramatic difference.
27 Dryside Training: 4 Exercises to a Faster Race by J.R. Rosania
29 Q&A with Coach Bob Kizer by Michael J. Stott
30 How They Train Reed Malone by Michael J. Stott
DEPARTMENTS
6 A Voice for the Sport
33 Camp Directory
41 Up & Comers
42 Gutter Talk
46 Parting Shot

DOWNLOADABLE ISSUE EXTENDED 58 PAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS
FEATURES
10 History in its Grasp by Jason Marsteller
Coach Teri McKeever's squad can set the stage for a piece of history by capturing the women's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships. If the men follow suit a week later, the Golden Bears would become only the second Division I school to win both the women's and men's titles three years in a row.
16 Targeting a Trifecta by John Lohn
The University of California-Berkeley has what it takes to add a third straight men's team title at this year's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships.
22 Time for a Change? by Jeff Commings
A new collegiate swimming season brings with it renewed hope for success. However, last year's champions from NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, NAIA and NJCAA will be ready to build on their past performances.
25 Ready to Go by Shoshanna Rutemiller
Harrison Jones, now diving for Arizona State, is stepping up his game in order to perform his best for his final collegiate championship later this month at NCAAs.
27 AthleticFoodie/Let's Live a Healthier Life: Preparing for NCAAs by Garrett Weber-Gale
NCAAs is a fantastic meet. Undoubtedly, there will always be many people swimming blisteringly fast, and you can be one of them. Take charge of what you're consuming at the championship meets, and you will likely see a dramatic difference.
29 Dryside Training: 4 Exercises to a Faster Race by J.R. Rosania
31 Word Alignment by Hermine Terhorst
33 Q&A with Coach Bob Kizer by Michael J. Stott
34 How They Train Reed Malone by Michael J. Stott
36 The Role of Film in Swim Training (Part II) by Michael J. Stott
50 Behind the Scenes: SW Cover Photo Shoot with Tom Shields by Shoshanna Rutemiller
DEPARTMENTS
8 A Voice for the Sport
39 Camp Directory
47 Up & Comers
48 Gutter Talk
52 For the Record
57 Calendar
58 Parting Shot

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