The recently added resources features tips and advice from a professional swim coach’s point of view, on how mindset, training, and gear can positively impact a swimmer’s efficiency in the water.
More information can be found at https://www.swimvice.com
In the past few years, when individuals spent extended periods of time social distancing, swimmers turned to online resources for new and impactful ways to stay fit and train solo. Building on that momentum, SWIMVICE Community’s blog and video platform now offers fresh training techniques that help athletes fine-tune their movement through the water.
While the website details step-by-step instructions, it is further complemented by YouTube video tutorials that demonstrate how to put these techniques into practice. Seeing the training in action often helps swimmers pinpoint weaknesses in their form, which, when corrected, can significantly improve their timing.
The blog’s resources cover everything from introductory swimming strokes and buoyancy to more intricate skills that improve kick timing, rotation, and streamlining. With the different levels of instruction, from fundamentals all the way to advanced guides, SWIMVICE’s extensive content covers topics for both beginners and experienced swimmers.
SWIMVICE Owner/Operator and experienced swim coach Mandy Bradley stated: “My style of coaching is systematic and involves helping swimmers improve their stroke, technique, and conditioning. I believe in working with swimmers in these areas to solve problems and help them reach their goals.”
The company’s website also features a ‘SWIMVICE Community’ portal, featuring more in-depth course packages that bring swimmers from across the globe together with the shared aim of improving their swimming technique. The multi-course digital platform helps swimmers overcome individual limitations and target specific goals to advance personal progress.
Coach Mandy Bradley also conducts private lessons in San Francisco, for swimmers requiring one-on-one training sessions.
A satisfied client said: “I could not swim at all. In 4 months, I am now able to swim confidently. In a few months’ time, I will hopefully complete a Half Ironman. Mandy is able to explain things in a simple way and in a way that I can remember when I am doing my own drills.”
Interested parties can access SWIMVICE’s blog, video, and course content by visiting https://www.swimvice.com
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