July 27, 2022
Interview with Masters Swimming Championship Medalist

Darryl Flukes is one of our “students” here at JSSS. He’s the captain of a Masters swim club, the Surrey Park Seahorses, and now medallist at the 2019 FINA World Masters Swimming Championship. I say “student”, as Darryl is an excellent swimmer already (good enough to take on the world championship!), but asked John to […]

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July 27, 2022
Safety in Water

Safety in water is perceived as swimming from point A to point B. However, there are many ways to swim from point A to point B. The 2 extremes are with number one with panic or number two calmly. If the swimmer is panicking they may swallow water, start doubting their ability to make it […]

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July 27, 2022
Fear of Water

The best place to start learning to swim is usually considered the bath, then the swimming pool, however, with 30 years of exploring, talking, watching and observing its clear the best place to start is the shower!! Every time you have a shower allow the water to drip into your mouth and then dribble it […]

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July 27, 2022
How to swim without getting tired

As swim teachers and coaches, we often get asked “why can’t I swim more than 25 or 50 metres without getting tired?” Most people who are not already swimmers might expect to go to their local pool and swim laps comfortably as a form of exercise. They will most likely be disappointed by their inability […]

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