The Best Books for Water Related Activities!
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| Ron O'Brien's Diving for Gold
by Ronald F. O'Brien, Greg Louganis
Ron O'Brien, head coach of the U.S. Olympic team since 1972, has produced more champions and coached more Olympic, World and Pan-American teams than any other coach in diving history. Now he shares his diving and coaching expertise in this book, which emphasizes the basic skills for the 1- and 3- meter springboards and the 5-, 7.5-, and 10-meter platforms. It also shows the author's ground-breaking formula for constructing the proper forward approach. This is the book for beginning divers who want to be champions.
| Total Immersion
The Revolutionary Way to Swim Better, Faster, and Easier
by Terry Laughlin, John Delves (Contributor)
Masters swimmer and acclaimed coach Terry Laughlin has taught thousands to swim more efficiently in the workshops he has given across the United States. In his book Laughlin details simple, step-by-step drills emphasizing the importance of technique and an innovative workout regimen.
| The Fit Swimmer : 120 Workouts and Training Tips
by Marianne Brems
This book brings help in the form of workout structure. The workouts range from basic beginner to advanced workouts for accomplished swimmers.
| Fitness Swimming
by Emmett W. Hines
This book not only provides step-by-step instructions for building a more effective and efficient freestyle stroke, it also explains how to set up a complete swimming fitness and training plan.
| The Essential Swimmer
by Steve Tarpinian
This is the essential guide to a successful swimming program for fitness and competitive swimmers alike, filled with concise, practical advice on everything from basic stroke technique to advanced training programs. It will teach you how to identify your own stroke, kick, body position, and breathing flaws, and provides innovative drills to correct errors in form.
| The Complete Book of Swimming
by Phillip Whitten, Ethan Berry (Illustrator)
An authoritative guide to swimming explains how to use swimming to build fitness, control weight, eliminate stress, and provide aerobic conditioning, detailing training methods, basic strokes, workouts, and more.
| The Swim Coaching Bible
by Dick Hannula (Editor), Nort Thornton (Editor)
The Swim Coaching Bible sets a new high water mark for competitive swim coaching resources. Experts from around the world offer a wealth of knowledge on coaching principles and program administration, conducting effective practice sessions, teaching techniques for every stroke, and training programs for every event.
The Waterproof Workout Book for Fitness Swimmers and Triathletes
by Thomas A. Denes, Diana D. De Medina (Illustrator)
The Waterproof Coach is a unique, self-paced workout book for swimmers and triathletes. This book is completely waterproof. Swimmers can take the book pool-side and plan their workout as they swim.
| Teaching Swimming Fundamentals
YMCA Swim Lessons
by YMCA of the USA
| Water Babies
Teach Your Baby the Joys of Water - From Newborn Floating to Toddler Swimming
by Francoise Barbira Freedman
|Wakeboard & Water Ski|
|Complete Guide to Water Skiing
by Ben Favret, David Benzel (Contributor)
Water ski experts Ben Favret and David Benzel team up to provide step-by-step instruction in slalom, trick skiing, jumping, wakeboarding, and kneeboarding. Endorsed by the American Water Ski Association, this clearly written guide features more than 140 photos illustrating skiing techniques and conditioning programs.
| Wakeboarding ...On The Edge
by Jason Weber
A truly new and unique product that fulfills the needs of wakeboarders of all abilities. The book and CDROM combination offers what no other publication or training video does - instant gratification and achievement through quick, precise, and informative instruction, building from the basic fundamentals to details of the more advanced maneuvers.
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