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Swimming Technique November 2017 Issue

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Swimming Technique November 2017 Issue

IN THIS ISSUE:

08 | LESSONS  WITH WAYNE
by Wayne Goldsmith
What if…we trained the mind first!

12 |”MONEYBALL” BIOMECHANICS FOR SWIMMING
by Rod Havriluk
Many readers may be familiar with the book, “Moneyball,” and the movie by the same name. Both were based on applying data analytics in baseball and challenged the conventional, subjective approach to recruiting…

16 | LEADERSHIP AND CHARACTER DRIVE RESULTS
by Ralph L. Pim, Ed.D. 
Very few sport teams and athletes ever come close to reaching their potential, and most get stuck in mediocrity. What is it about high-performing teams and athletes that make them superior?

20 | EDDIE REESE: ALL ABOUT SWIMMING WITH THE LEGENDARY TEXAS COACH
by David Rieder
Eddie Reese was hungry. It was early afternoon on a Wednesday and Reese had only just arrived in Washington D.C. mere hours before he was to be part of the keynote address of the ASCA World Clinic…

28 | EFFICIENCY IN PARALYMPIC SWIMMING
by Jodi Cossor
Swimming for athletes with disabilities presents some unique opportunities for the athletes, coaches, and support staff. From a bio-mechanical perspective, the goal is still the same as able-bodied swimmers, where the focus is around efficiency for the athletes.

30 | RELAY SELECTION: A NUMBERS GAME?
by Michael J. Stott
On the surface, mixed relay selection looks like a matter of simple math. In reality, it is a bit more complicated. These days, it can even evolve into saber-metrics, a form of empirical analysis…

32 | DISTANCE SETS: PRACTICE THE PAIN
by Michael J. Stott
One thing distance swimmers do with frightening regularity is “practice the pain.” Repeated sets in heavy training either fortify the soul and strengthen the will or lead to shorter distances and, sometimes, shorter careers for the less motivated…

36 | EARLY-SEASON SETS FOR 11-12 AGE GROUP SWIMMERS
by Michael J. Stott
Just as teachers incorporate some review into a new school year this fall, so do age group coaches as they, too, begin a new season and prepare their swimmers for improvement that will come from physical maturation and another year of training.

41 | PARTING SHOT

42 | ANNUAL HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

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