Friday, January 25, 2019

Book A Session With A SS Coach Today

January is the perfect time to look forward to the year ahead, set some goals and lay-out some plans to improve your swimming.

If you are frustrated with where you are at with your swimming and would like to take some large strides forwards, then you need a consultation with one of these (very friendly) Certified Swim Smooth Coaches:



From our coach-education work all over the world, we meet thousands of coaches and hand pick the very best we can find, train them intensely in our methods for over a year - including that famous trip to Perth to be personally mentored by Paul Newsome.

When you see a Swim Smooth Coach you can be confident you're seeing one of the very best coaches in the world. Each coach is an expert in advanced video analysis and stroke correction to improve your stroke technique:

SS Coach Mike Jotautas carefully films his swimmer above and below the water.

After filming, SS Coach Rob Kwaaitaal expertly analyses his footage, explaining clearly what's
a priority in the stroke and needs improving.

What does the analysis like? Check out this extract from elite triathlete Emma Pallant's
video analysis with Paul Newsome


SS Coach Enrique Planelles Marcos gets to work: The real magic happens when you jump back in the
water for the stroke correction using the right combination of SS drills and processes to tune things up.

Whether you're a complete beginner struggling to swim a length, would just like to be more comfortable and efficient, or a top age-grouper pushing into the pro ranks, a Swim Smooth Coach is the fastest and most effective way to improve your swimming.

You don't need multiple sessions one after the other with a SS coach, you can achieve a huge step forwards with just a single (very) high quality consultation. So it's well worth travelling a little bit further than you otherwise might.

Find out more about this service here:


And find your nearest coach here:


Also see the list of upcoming clinics in your region at the bottom of this post.

Swim Smooth!

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