Workshop Director and Level 3 Total Immersion Coach and ASA trained Susan Cheshire.
As Head of Swimming at Bancroft’s School, Susan has implemented Total Immersion method into the PE curriculum. Susan has a wealth of experience, has a competitive swimming background, a passion for swimming. Susan works with all levels of swimmer keen to improve and achieve their goals both in the pool and open water.
Bancroft’s School, Woodford Green, Essex, IG8 ORF
Parking available on site. Accessible by public transport.
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These small group workshops for four swimmers are appropriate for people who can swim at least 50m or more of Front crawl. The day comprises four hours pool time with exclusive use of the swimming pool, split into two sessions, plus three hours presentation of swim theory with video analysis. You will also receive links to full detailed video analysis and commentary that you can review after the event.
LEVEL 1 :
Effortless Endurance teaches the Total Immersion foundation drills and skills to correct stroke faults and habits that keep athletes from swimming smoothly without effort. We’ll address the main energy-wasters; sinking, instability and drag. Reducing energy waste will bring an immediate and dramatic improvement in your ability to swim any distance or speed with ease.
Who should take this workshop?
What will you learn?
During the workshop you’ll learn the three foundation skills of effortless distance swimming:
This workshop is recommended for those who can swim 50 meters or more of crawl stroke or who have studied TI skills previously via DVD. The workshop includes expert instruction, individualized feedback and video analysis.
What will you take away?
SCHEDULE: 09:30 – 17:30
WHAT TO BRING:
For the classroom: A pen/notebook or your favorite note taking device. For the pool: An extra suit & towel if you want dry ones for the afternoon swim, a swim cap (one will be provided), an extra pair of goggles. We recommend that male students wear a Speedo-type brief or close-fitting triathlon swim shorts, rather than loose-fitting swim trunks, which can make balance even more of a challenge. Something warm to wear after the swim and a thermal swim shirt if you tend to get cold in the water. A water bottle and light lunch and/or snacks.
No refund will be issued for cancellations made less than 2 weeks prior to the start of the scheduled workshop. Bookings cancelled less than two weeks before this event can be transferred to future workshops only if the place can be filled by somebody else.
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