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What You Need to Know about Drowning Prevention

Karen Faust has been a certified Safe Start/Infant Swimming Resource instructor since 2007. She teaches Self-Rescue swimming to children ages 6 months to 6 years in the Orlando area. She teaches Water Safety to more than 1,000 students each year and has YMCA certifications for Learn-to-Swim instruction, Adult/Child CPR, First ...

It's Safety First for Twiggy the Waterskiing Squirrel!

Twiggy the Waterskiing Squirrel has an important message to share. With her safety-orange life vest, she reminds kids of the importance of water safety and swimming skills. Of course, being ridiculously cute on her waterskis helps attract crowds to listen and learn! When Twiggy came to the Endless Pools® Factory ...

Letter from the UK: a Total Immersion Coach Reviews the Endless Pool

At age 14, Mat Hudson “found my home in the water.” Today, he's a 42-year-old Total Immersion (TI) Master Coach. Mat lives with his wife and kids in Oregon, while continuing to lead open water swimming camps in Turkey, his former home. In his travels to the UK, he trained ...

The Increasing Diversity in American Swimming

Although swimming may have spent a time as a sport for the wealthy Caucasian male, today the faces of American swimming are much more diverse. USA Swimming’s mission statement declares a goal for inclusion and opportunities for people of diverse race, age, income, ethnicity, religion, gender, and sexual orientation. Still, ...

Study: Young Swimmers Develop More Quickly Than Peers

Are swimmers smarter? That’s the question researchers, led by Professor Robyn Jorgensen from Griffith University, asked three years ago. This month, the group released the findings of their study, concluding that young swimmers develop a wide range of skills at a quicker rate than their land-locked peers. Over a three-year ...

Swimming on the spot: Financial Times Review

The first thing I see when I plunge my head underwater is my own slightly startled reflection. I begin swimming, gingerly at first, but as the current reaches its full strength I stretch out my stroke, confident at least that I won't end up swimming into the wall. In fact, ...

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