SwimBox's Lissa Latella kicks off a series on coaching all 4 swim strokes. She uses the Performance Endless Pool for an up-close view and the fastest progress. This series starts with tips for a more efficient butterfly kick.
How did the Endless Pool forever change Lissa Latella's coaching style? The SwimBox Swim Studio co-owner details how her Performance model lets her coach students to faster gains.
Triathletes and open water swimmers, this one’s for you! SwimBox's Lissa Latella shares 3 swimming drills to improve your sighting in the open water. Along with 2 bonus training tips, specially designed for the Endless Pool, the drills can help you get out of the water faster!
Why swim in place? After 3 years of owning a Performance Endless Pool at SwimBox swim studio, Lissa Latella shares her top reasons to swim against the current.
Lissa Latella has been a swimmer since age six. Today, she co-owns SwimBox, a rapidly growing Virginia swim studio that utilizes a Performance Endless Pool. She has years of experience swimming with Endless Pools' swim mirrors. Here's how she uses them....
SwimBox swim studio opened its doors in 2015 with one coach, Dominic Latella, and a Performance Endless Pool. For their third anniversary, the Fairfax, Virginia, facility launched a new subscription model that was an immediate win-win for the owners and for the clients.
Faster, more efficient, less injury-prone … these are Coach Dominic Latella's goals for the swimmers at SwimBox, his sports performance center in Fairfax, Virginia. Using SwimBox's Endless Pool®, he's now sharing his knowledge in a video series of 25 swim drills.
Fastest 50K on a treadmill. Fastest marathon while dressed as Elvis. Fastest time completing 7 marathons in 7 days on 7 continents. These World Records are all held by one man. So how'd he do on the Endless Pools Underwater Treadmill?
“SwimBox is me and the Endless Pool® in a sports performance center.” That’s a pretty simple business description, but it’s all that SwimBox owner Dominic Latella needs. He’s taken four steps towards successfully serving local swimmers...