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Mario Moises Mejia and Will Reyes are back again for some pre Ironman race talks! We talk with Mario about his training journey, getting ready for Cozumel and preparing for race day and the aftermath, and what he plans to do next when it comes to being the light. We can’t thank Hearts of Empowerment enough for the opportunity to be a part of someth…
 
Long time friend and triathlon coach Morgan Latimore, come on down! Morgan loves coaching his triathlon and ultra-marathon clients to help them reach those PR’s and achieve their goals. He works to mentor his athletes in both time and stress management in addition to his physical training workouts in order to help create a strong athlete-coach rela…
 
Training for an Ironman is a big commitment. Now take that commitment and add in getting sober and getting your life on track to the table, sound a bit more difficult? Not if you’re Mario Mejia it’s not. Listen while we continue our discussion with Will from Hearts of Empowerment and turn the focus to Mario’s story and his training for his upcoming…
 
Co-Founder Will Reyes joins us to discuss his local charity Hearts of Empowerment, an nonprofit organization that supports other nonprofits with their missions, bringing funding and awareness to their causes. We also have Mario Mejia with us, Hearts of Empowerment’s current Ironman athlete whom we’re also working with on his swimming. Ohh, did we m…
 
Justine Trolle’s back to talk with us about the current state of Triathlon Pre-Season and how it’s affecting his athlete’s training approaches. Justin is a USAT Level 3 Certified Triathlon Coach and Mentor to beginning triathlon coaches. Dominic and Justin discuss the current state of training, how athletes are currently working out/training, and h…
 
Local Stretch Coach Kaleb Rutledge joins us for another remote podcast this week! Talking about the differences between flexibility and mobility as well as what he does with clients to help them facilitate movements you didn’t know your body was even able to make. We like to think of your body and it’s abilities like a puzzle, and this is definitel…
 
Our guest today is one of our close friends and body movement expert Kim Fischer Key! Kim works with clients to break old habits causing physical pain and discomfort by using multiple brain-body techniques to create new patterns to help you move more freely and efficiently. Having shared many clients we discuss different ideas about certain swimmer…
 
Swimming drills might seem boring to those of us who would rather just get in a good workout every once and a while (don’t worry, I’m 100% one of those people, you’re not alone). But when you break them down, drills are a whole lot more than what they seem on the surface, which makes working on them not nearly as bad as you might think. Take One Ar…
 
Dan Lesniak, client and friend, has been ever so kind to grace us with his presence on the podcast today! Dan trains for Ironman Competitions year round and still finds the time to own and run Orange Line Living, the most widely used real estate company in Arlington's popular Orange Line Corridor. He manages all of this through certain self discipl…
 
All of the pieces of all four strokes work together to make up the entirety of the swimming pie. Your propulsive phase is important not only to propelling you through the water, but also because it sets up your recovery. And your recovery sets up your catch, but also needs to be done properly to prevent shoulder injuries. I can go on and on....and …
 
Today’s guest hails from Louisville, Kentucky and is out first Skype interview! Host Dominic chats with Abbie Fish about how she came to start her career as a swim coach and their different philosophies when it comes to freestyle technique. Abbi’s links are below if you want to take a look at her social media! www.swimlikeafish.org www.instagram.co…
 
A big welcome to one of our closest friends in the swimming world, COO of US Masters Swimming (USMS), Bill Brenner! Listen in as Dominic talks with Bill about the process of teaching and learning the sport/skill of swimming. Bill is the creator of USMS’s certification classes, and he and Dominic travel around the US teaching people how to be swim c…
 
FINALLY I get to talk about food! Except, not really, but at least the name of a food is in the title, right? This episode talks about drafting in swimming and how it can be achieved in the pool and the open water. What is drafting? I’ve been swimming for over 26 years and it took me about half that time to find out, yikes. But fear not, we’re here…
 
What is pacing? I can tell you one thing, I definitely had ZERO CLUE as to what it was when I was younger. Learning about it now I wish I had been better informed (my fault? my coach’s fault? nobody knows…probably mine) so I could have trained better. But that’s exactly why we’re talking about it, so you can avoid my terrible past and train better …
 
Open water swimming is a wild beast to tame, and you won’t always be successful in your attempts. Why? Because there are so many unknowns that you can never fully prepare for. But something you can always do? Sight in order to make sure you know where you’re going, what’s ahead of you, and how to best prepare for the conditions you’re swimming thro…
 
When working on your freestyle swim the things that go on above the water can sometimes fall to the wayside. But they shouldn’t! Your freestyle recovery - the part of your stroke after you’ve finishing your propulsive phase and are bringing your arm back around to enter the water and start your catch - has just as much impact on your freestyle effi…
 
No matter whether you’ve been swimming since you popped out of the womb or if you started later in life, everyone needs to work on their breathing in freestyle. The timing, head position, where your eyes are looking, the amount of air you take in, even the position of your head while you’re turning to breathe, are all things that can fall out of li…
 
It might not seem like it, but your hips are an integral part of your freestyle. Proper rotation and movement affect the timing of your kick, catch, propulsive phase, AND recovery. If the rotation of your hips is off, too much, or too little, all of those other parts of your stroke are affected and can be thrown out of whack. How do we work to have…
 
Our first episode of Swim Out of the Box is here! We’re talking all about body posture in freestyle. The good, the bad, the okay, and everything in between. Dominic and Evan discuss all the things you need to know how to work towards making your body posture more on the good side of things, improve your efficiency, and support having a proper strea…
 
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