SwimLabs Story: Fitting Goggles

Posted on Jan 19, 2018 3:48:28 PM by Instructor Asami in swimming lessons in orange county, in Goggles, in Swimming tips from an instructor, in competitive swimming

Do you have questions about how to find the right fitting goggles? Do you know what to look for?

Worry not! Instructor Asami from SwimLabs Orange County has some helpful tips!

Working in a store specifically for competitive swimming in Southern California can be an eye opener, even for someone like me who has spent the last 2 decades poolside. It’s like a whole different world of educating parents about swimming. One of the main things (besides learning how a suit should fit) is fitting goggles. Swimming without goggles can seem like a “Truth or Dare” challenge but not having the right pair can be even harder.

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Jason Lezak Visits SwimLabs Sandy

Posted on Jan 8, 2018 1:10:52 PM by SwimLabs in jason lezak, in olympian, in SwimLabs Sandy, in competitive swimming, in champions clinic

Jason Lezak, Olympic Gold Medalist, hosted Champions Clinics January 6th and 7th at SwimLabs Sandy in Utah. Local News was on hand covering the event as well!

After winning the "I Swim Because" contest last summer and holding an event with Olympic Gold Medalist, Missy Franklin, SwimLabs Sandy brings another Gold Medalist to their pools.

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Olympic Gold Medalist, Kelsi Worrell, Hosts Champion's Clinic at SwimLabs

Posted on Nov 17, 2017 5:30:14 PM by Dorian Capers in Swimming lessons, in Olympics, in 2016 Olympics, in SwimLabs, in Swimming Community, in olympian, in competitive swimming, in champions clinic

Champions Clinics are small, intimate swim sessions packed with informative seminars, video analysis, hands-on instruction, and an autograph session led by Olympic Swimmers!

SwimLabs Highlands RanchSwimLabs Fort Collins, and SwimLabs Littleton were in for a treat on November 11th and 12th when Olympic medalist Kelsi Worrell stopped by their locations. Kelsi taught private lessons at SwimLabs Highlands Ranch and SwimLabs Fort Collins, and we also filmed her strokes for the Champions video library on Saturday at SwimLabs Highlands Ranch. She then put on a Champions Clinic at SwimLabs Littleton on Sunday.

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Swim Team 101 for Parents - with Coach Stephanie Bunevich

Posted on Oct 13, 2017 9:57:53 AM by Stephanie Bunevich in Swimming lessons in Littleton, in Swim Team, in Swimming tips from an instructor, in SwimLabs, in competitive swimming

We asked the Mustangs’ swim team coach, Stephanie Bunevich for some advice for those on a swim team, or for parents that are interested in learning more before enrolling their child. These are the wonderful answers she gave us and we would like to share them with you.

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SwimLabs Science: An Interview with Swimlabs co-founder, Mike Mann

Posted on Oct 11, 2017 12:36:28 PM by Dorian Capers in Kids Swimming Lessons, in Adult Swimming, in LIfe Skills, in Swimming lessons, in SwimLabs, in adult swim lessons, in competitive swimming

Swimming Questions: Answered

I had a few questions for SwimLabs co-founder, Mike Mann. What better litmus test for swim success than a tried and true veteran? He is a Colorado native who started swimming at the age of six, going on to play Water Polo and swim at the University of New Mexico where he earned his business degree at the Robert Anderson School of Business. Mike continues to participate in Masters Swimming and Water Polo and has earned All American status in both sports. Mike has participated in numerous open water swims, Maui to Lanai open water relay, Trans Tahoe relay race, 5K Big Shoulders Chicago, 13K Galway Bay Swim Ireland, and the 2.4 Rueter-Hess race. Mike currently owns 11 world records in Master swimming and was twice awarded World Master Swimmer of the Year in 2009 and 2010. Mike still coaches masters swimming and insists his success is attributable to his lovely wife of 30+ years Ann and his three beautiful daughters.

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