http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/2983-jeremy-and-callie-give-a-swim-lesson Freestyle, Breaststroke, 2 types of competition-legal tuck turns, and Shark-Fin drills to improve arm technique during freestyle. The lesson uses in-water and underwater video as well as a casual presentational style that is "instantly effective without being wordy". Jeremy raced the Monaco Ironman 70.3, the Longhorn Ironman 70.3, and the Highland Lakes 15 mile open water Swim (9:14:16) in 2008. Jeremy's first triathlon of the 2009 racing season began by taking 1st place at the Cap Tex Tri on the 400 m swim against 255 other athletes (racing in the First Tri distance rather than Sprint as the result of a registration snafu). Callie went to Colorado high school state swimming championships in the 50 m freestyle distance and trained extensively to race in the 50 - 400 m freestyle distance. Together they teach swimming using video to accelerate rapid progression (typically 1-on-1 clients go from 25 m swimmers to 2000 m swimmers in 4 - 8 weeks.) In addition they race together and Jeremy & Callie are a relay team racing in the 2009 Masters Championships in freestyle. Jeremy can swim 200 m of open water in 2:06, (a 16:48 min/mile pace), slowing down to a 23 minute / mile pace in on open water multi-mile distances. Callie is consistantly at 2:57 - 3:08 on 200 m and 25 min/mile on freestyle open water multi-mile distances.
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