Teaching and Correcting Swimming Strokes

Learn how to Reduce Resistance and Increase Propulsion in the water.

Effective Teaching Methods

Demonstration, Explanation, Repetition, Feedback, and Reminders

Key Teaching Points

Body Position, Posture, Balance, Propulsion, Acceleration, Good Breathing Mechanics, Powerful Kicks,...

Bio-Mechanical Improvement

Measuring Stroke Improvement by Monitoring Stroke Count, Stroke Rate, and Distance/Stroke

Experienced with All Levels of Swimmers

Coached kids in various skill levels from beginner to Jr. National qualifiers.

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Breaststroke Kick Drills

If your child started learning breaststroke today (1/5/14), please help him/her to the following drills at home

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Time Standards

Some of you might know about Age Group Motivational Time Standard which is designed to encourage age group swimmers to step their swimming up to the next level. These time standards guide you from just starting out in your age group to reaching your highest potential. Start at Level B and work your way up to Level AAAA times. Click here to see the 2013-2016 A/B Age Group Motivational Time Standards.

If your child has swum any US Swimming meets in the past (summer league doesn't count), his/her time can be found in US Swimming database here.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Swim Meet

Matt was at RMSC October Kickoff meet today. Here are the video clips of him swimming the 100 Back and 200 Fly. It was an open meet which means that all 13 and over swimmers competed in the same event. He is 13 so just about everyone he swam against was older. He is the one with blue jammer and no cap.