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swimming safety

Four Swimming Safety Myths Debunked

My grandma Betty ruled the roost with an iron fist. Only 30 minutes of TV time. Only one person at a time opens Christmas presents. Come when the dinner bell rings. And, never, EVER go swimming right after you eat. (Difficult because she lived in Florida for as long I knew her,...

Conditioning for Life

Conditioning for Life, and Swimming The Olympics this year were so inspiring to watch, despite the fiasco of the swimmers – Mr. Ryan Lochte! As we were watching the athletes, it became quite obvious that not all were properly trained and conditioned. This is so important...

Healthy Holidays

Are you ready for the holidays? I always tell myself that I will start exercising more BEFORE January 1. That way it isn’t a resolution that I feel guilty about letting slide somewhere around January 6. Mainly, it’s because I have the recipe for the best chocolate fudge this side...
strength training

Strength Training for Diabetes

My three year old tells me all the time, “I am strong and brave.” And we nod our heads, admire his muscles and tell him it’s because he eats his vegetables. In our home, we are raising our children to be brave, and strong, and kind. For some folks, though, strong and brave isn’t...
Anxiety Free Swimming Lessons

Anxiety-Free Swimming Lessons

One of the many life-improving reasons we teach swimming here at One with the Water is first to empower you, the client. Second, we want to build your confidence and awareness of the water. A central part of our philosophy is providing an anxiety-free swimming environment. We...

Redefining Beauty: Why Everyone Should Learn To Swim

Help your children learn to swim. Their bodies are capable of incredible feats. Before I learned to swim competitively, I was a girl who cared about being skinny. I longed for the petite frame considered ideal by American standards. As a child, my family would weigh me far too...
PTSD Swim Program

Veterans Receive PTSD Therapy at Los Angeles Swim Program

As a very young child, most kids are frequently asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” At the age of eight, my response was, “An engineer for the government!” You can imagine the confusion this caused, frequently prompting the follow-up...

Redefining Beauty: Why Every Girl Should Swim

Before I started swimming competitively, I was a girl who cared about being skinny. I longed for the petite frame considered ideal by American standards. As a child, my family would weigh me far too often, comment on my body regularly, and pressure me to lose weight. My father...