SWIM Magazine May 1995


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Your Views


Editor’s Note


Just Add Water


USMS Notes


Book Reviews


Health Waves

Chiropractic and the Adult Swimmer by Dr. Carl H. Heigl, D.C., D.A.C.B.S.P.


Swim for Fitness

Why Swimming is Different by Terry Laughlin. Water Therapy for Muscles by Lynda Huey.


Track Legend Takes the Plunge

By Russ Ewald


Working Out

The Dolphin Kick by Kerry O’Brien.








Who Invented the Butterfly?

By Laurel Hill. The origin of the most graceful of swimming strokes, the butterfly, is shrouded in controversy. SWIM Magazine explores the invention of the “fly”.


The Best Care Under the Sun

By Christopher M. Kelly. When swimming outdoors, be sure to protect your skin from the ravages of the hot summer sun.


Masters in the Hall of Fame

By Suzanne Rague. For 25 years, Masters swimmers have re- defined the aging process. Now, two legends of the sport are being inducted into swimming’s Hall of Fame.


The A.B.C.’s of Abs
By Bill Volckening. To swim well takes strong abdominal muscles. Here’s how to build abs of steel.