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Freestyle Swimming 2.0 Workshop
This is the first day of a two day workshop that will cover a bit on balance but primarily focus on streamlining, learning the mechanics for the propulsion phase or stroke and implementing the 2-beat kick in freestyle swimming. It is geared towards beginner / intermediate triathletes and fitness swimmers who feel relatively comfortable getting across the pool but need to improve their efficiency and technique. Students will leave the workshop with a full ownership of knowledge of freestyle to allowing them to "self-coach" and critically analysis their technique to continue steady improvement.
The workshop will be limited to only 5 students.
Coaching is done in a 20 yard pool that is a maximum 46 deep to assure the student feels comfortable during the workshop.
Video taping will be done at the beginning, the middle and end of the workshop to show improvement.
Cost is $299.00 per student and $250.00 if you bring a partner.
Cost to take both 1.0 & 2.0 Workshops is $495.00 and $495.00 if you bring a partner.
Sky Club Fitness
125 Marshall Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
If you have any questions, please dont hesitate to call Coach Bill Garelick at 201-707-7550 or email at [email protected]
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Our body works like a machine. An athlete’s body is just a more powerful one which requires a little extra care