Swim Smooth Seminars & Live Video Analysis In London & Manchester

Swim Smooth are touching down in a couple of weeks time for The Triathlon Show (Sandown Park, London) and then The Manchester Bike & Tri Show two weeks later. Come to the shows to meet the Swim Smooth team and talk about your swimming with us!

SS Head Coach (and Manhattan Island Marathon Swim winner) Paul Newsome is flying in from Australia to deliver some special Swim Smooth seminars for you and live stroke correction sessions to learn from in the endless pool at the Zoggs Swim Zone:

Paul working with Double Commonwealth Gold Medallist Ross Davenport.
Ross will be visiting the Swim Smooth stand during both shows!

Paul's two seminars will be:

Seminar 1: Swim Types Before & After - Learn how to easily and successfully correct your stroke.

Seminar 2:  Building your "Diesel Engine" for faster, more efficient endurance swimming.

Make sure you bring your video clips of your swimming to our stand (we're next door to HUUB wetsuits) and we'll give you an analysis of your stroke to take away! You'd be amazed what we can show you about your stroke and how to improve, even with some clips from your smartphone:

Also meet the rest of the UK coaching team, including our certified coaches from all regions of the UK:

Of course, we'll also have all our DVDs, Training Plans, Swim Smooth book and Finis goodies for you to check out on the stand. And hopefully a brand new Swim Smooth product to launch that we're putting the very finishing touches to right now!

Last but not least, Paul's also compering the headline Q&A with 6-time Hawaii Ironman winner Dave Scott at the London show. Here's a clip of when the two were last together in Boulder Colorado talking swimming technique:

If you can't get to the show then simply reply to this email or tweet Paul your question for Dave and he will pick the best ones to ask Dave at the show. Your question could be about anything at all swim, bike, run, nutrition, race skills or motivation related - the more original the better! :)

Here's the full timetable of events at both shows:

The Triathlon Show, Sandown Park London: www.triathlonshow.co.uk

Fri 28th Feb: 4:45-5:45pm Dave Scott Q&A
Fri 28th Feb: 5:30-6:30pm Swim Smooth Endless Pool Stroke Demonstrations / Corrections
Sat 1st March: 11:30am-12:30pm Paul Newsome Swim Smooth Seminar 1 (Swim Types)
Sat 1st March: 12:45-1:45pm Dave Scott Q&A
Sat 1st March: 2-3pm Swim Smooth Zoggs Endless Pool Stroke Demonstrations / Corrections
Sun 2nd March: 11:30am-12:30pm Paul Newsome Swim Smooth Seminar 2 (Diesel Engine)
Sun 2nd March: 1:30-2:30pm Swim Smooth Zoggs Endless Pool Stroke Demonstrations / Corrections

The Bike & Triathlon Show, Manchester: www.bikeandtri.co.uk

Sat 8th March: 11:15am-12:00pm Paul Newsome Swim Smooth Seminar 1 (Swim Types)
Sat 8th March: 2-3pm Swim Smooth Zoggs Endless Pool Stroke Demonstrations / Corrections
Sun 9th March: 12:30-1:30pm Swim Smooth Zoggs Endless Pool Stroke Demonstrations / Corrections
Sun 9th March: 3:15pm-4:00pm Paul Newsome Swim Smooth Seminar 2 (Diesel Engine)

Look forward to meeting you there!

Swim Smooth!

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