Month: June 2015

  • Total Immersion: An Assessment for Swimmers Part I

    In my work with swimmers, I’ve come to realize that we, as 21st century creatures, are now coming to the pool with a bunch of adaptations due to our lifestyles that are constraining the ability to swim properly and advance as quickly as they could. Over the years, I’ve immersed myself in the physical rehabilitation […]

  • Total Immersion: Neck Mobility for Swimming

    Neck range of motion is important in swimming. The problems manifest themselves in: Forward head on neck where the neck is stuck with the head in a forward of spine position. This puts your head in a deeper than necessary position which makes breathing hard. If you cannot turn your head enough on either side, […]