SWIM Magazine September 1995


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Your Views


Editor’s Note


Just Add Water


USMS Notes


Health Waves


Swim for Fitness


Suitable for Speed

By Raymond D. Starling, M.S.


USMS Recognition Program

Spotlight: Mary Lee Watson


Working Out






Swim Shopper





By Robert Ross


Swim Yourself Thin

By Cindy H. Carroll. Lose those unwanted pounds by swimming away excess body fat.


Mark Spitz: Back in the Swim

By Philip Whitten. America’s greatest Olympic swimmer is back in the pool, this time to stay fit.


Dances with Dolphins

By Philip Cola and Mark Muckenfuss. Matt Biondi and other elite swimmers establish communication between humans and dolphins through their common bond: swimming.


Swimming in Paradise

By Patrick W. McCary. Hawaii’s Kona Aquatics swim team trains in the world’s biggest pool—the Pacific Ocean—amidst all the creatures of the deep.


The Meditation Effect

By Janet Cobb. Swimming has a soothing, calming effect. Swim faster and feel better after a workout using these simple thought habits while swimming.