Now Available: Swimming World: Garrett Weber-Gale Talks Motivation!

PHOENIX, Arizona, February 2. THE February issue of Swimming World Magazine is now available for download for Total Access Subscribers!

If you're having trouble staying motivated as the winter months drag on, Athletic Foodie and Olympic gold medalist Garrett Weber-Gale offers up some tips to stay the course in this month' Swimming World Magazine! Whether you need to stay motivated in the pool or with your diet, Weber-Gale details several personal reminders to utilize when the going get tough.

Inside the February Swimming World Magazine Weber-Gale composed a two-page article titled “Motivation: There are simple strategies you can follow that will help you maintain the desired course for accomplishing your dreams.” He pulls from personal experience, and even gives examples of several pre- and post-workout snacks to always have on hand!

Read the full story – and much more – when you become a Total Access Subscriber.

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PRINT ISSUE 32 PAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS

8 A Meteoric Rise by Shoshanna Rutemiller
Katinka Hosszu has come a long way since representing Hungary in her first Olympics as a 15-year-old in 2004. Two more Olympic Games later–as well as becoming a multiple world champion and the top female swimmer at the recent World Cup Circuit with 39 individual gold medals–she now has her sights set on even more hardware.

11 Thoughts From The Front Line: Battling With Disordered Eating by Shoshanna Rutemiller
World champions Dagny Knutson and Gemma Spofforth discuss disordered eating from two different perspectives.

14 AthleticFoodie/Let's Live a Healthier Life: Motivation by Garrett Weber-Gale
There are specific and simple strategies you can follow that will help you maintain the desired course for accomplishing your dreams.

16 “Bad to the Bony” Alignment by Hermine Terhorst

18 Q&A with Coach Paul Graham by Michael J. Stott

20 USSSA: The “Do”-Nuts and Bolts of Swimming by Tracy Laman
As learn-to-swim instructors, it is their job to make sure a child's first experience in and around the water in a structured environment is a positive one. From there, skills should be taught in proper order to make the stroke fit together correctly.

DEPARTMENTS
6 A Voice for the Sport
22 Camp Directory
28 Up & Comers
30 Gutter Talk

DOWNLOADABLE ISSUE EXTENDED 62 PAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS

12 A Meteoric Rise by Shoshanna Rutemiller
Katinka Hosszu has come a long way since representing Hungary in her first Olympics as a 15-year-old in 2004. Two more Olympic Games later–as well as becoming a multiple world champion and the top female swimmer at the recent World Cup Circuit with 39 individual gold medals–she now has her sights set on even more hardware.

17 Thoughts From The Front Line: Battling With Disordered Eating by Shoshanna Rutemiller
World champions Dagny Knutson and Gemma Spofforth discuss disordered eating from two different perspectives.

20 AthleticFoodie/Let's Live a Healthier Life: Motivation by Garrett Weber-Gale
There are specific and simple strategies you can follow that will help you maintain the desired course for accomplishing your dreams.

22 Sun Devil Rises by Jeff Commings
Despite suffering a brain injury from being hit by a truck, Arizona State University swimmer Stephen Estes still realized his dream of competing in the U.S. Olympic Trials a little more than eight months after the accident.

24 Dryside Training: Swim Strength by J.R. Rosania

26 “Bad to the Bony” Alignment by Hermine Terhorst

27 Q&A with Coach Paul Graham by Michael J. Stott

29 How They Train Tyler Remmel by Michael J. Stott

30 The Role of Film in Swim Training by Michael J. Stott
In the first of two parts, Swimming World Magazine examines some history and basics about videoing swimmers.

32 USSSA: The “Do”-Nuts and Bolts of Swimming by Tracy Laman
As learn-to-swim instructors, it is their job to make sure a child's first experience in and around the water in a structured environment is a positive one. From there, skills should be taught in proper order to make the stroke fit together correctly.

DEPARTMENTS
008 A Voice for the Sport
034 Up & Comers
036 Gutter Talk
038 Camp Directory
044 Calendar
045 For the Record
046 National Age Group Top 10 (SCY)
053 National Age Group Top 10 (LC)
062 Parting Shot

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