It's not a one-size fits all approach to freestyle technique, but instead it's a 'different strokes for different folks' approach.
Melbourne, Victoria (PRWEB) July 26, 2012
English Channel swimmer Paul Newsome has revealed secrets to swimming freestyle more efficiently on the Effortless Swimming podcast.
In an interview with Effortless Swimming’s Brenton Ford, English Channel swimmer and Swim Smooth Coach Paul Newsome spoke about his successful freestyle technique that has seen him named as one of the leading experts in his field.
Paul Newsome is an accomplished elite triathlete and head coach of coach swimming and triathlon squads in Western Australia. His company, Swim Smooth, is an innovative swimming coaching company devoted to the development of all levels of swimmers and triathletes.
Effortless Swimming’s head coach Brenton Ford says Paul is an exceptional mentor and coach with a wealth of knowledge to share.
“Paul is on pool deck everyday, in the trenches, working one-on-one with swimmers,” he says.“His experience in improving swimmers speed and fitness is some of the best I've seen.”
“Our coaching philosophies are very similar and you can see that in our most popular program, Mastering Freestyle Technique. It's not a one-size fits all approach to freestyle technique, but instead it's a 'different strokes for different folks' approach,” he says.
The Effortless Swimming podcast provides valuable educational information for people wanting to learn effective swimming technique. Swimmers are given pointers they can put into practice in their next training session.
Brenton introduced the podcasts to Effortless Swimming’s members so they could gain exclusive access to some of the best swimmers and coaches from around the world.
“Paul is just one of the amazing guests we've had on, including Olympic gold medalist Michael Klim and world record holder Peter Marshall,” says Brenton.
The podcasts are available alongside a wide range of up-to-date educational videos, workouts and training helping to improve the efficiency of triathletes and swimmers.
For more information on Effortless Swimming and to access the podcast, visit http://www.effortless-swimming.com