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ISBN: 9780743253437
Per Boek Wijzer Taal: engels

Auteur: Terry Laughlin

Even though swimming is the closest thing to a perfect exercise you can name, too few people experience its full benefits. That's because most find themselves fighting to stay afloat, struggling for air, and feeling exhausted after just a lap or two, all of which makes this perfect exercise frustrating, laborious, and complicated. For the past fifteen years, veteran swim coach Terry Laughlin has been teaching adults how to swim better - and enjoy it more - by using his simple and original techniques. Laughlin turns traditional swimming beliefs inside out as he explains that it's technique - not athletic ability - that makes a strong swimmer. Laughlin teaches 'Fishlike Swimming,' focusing on slipping through the water rather than using muscle to overpower it. The key is working with the water, not against it - learning to swim ever faster and farther without losing a sense of flow, grace, economy, and balance.
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    NUR 480
    Aantal pagina's 320 pagina's
    Auteur Terry Laughlin | Terry Laughlin
    Bindwijze Paperback
    Category Boeken
    Category Watersport
    Category Sport & Outdoor
    Category Training & Coaching
    Co-auteur Terry Laughlin
    Druk New ed
    Extra groot lettertype Nee
    Rubriekspad <Boeken><Sport & Outdoor>
    Rubriekspad <Boeken><Sport & Outdoor><Watersport>
    Rubriekspad <Boeken><Sport & Outdoor><Training & Coaching>
    Illustraties Nee
    NUR code 480
    Oorspronkelijke releasedatum 2004-06-21
    Subtitel The Revolutionary Way To Swim Better, Faster, and Easier
    Taal Engels
    Thema Subject Code SPC , SCG
    Uitgever Simon & Schuster
    Verschijningsdatum 2004-06-21
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