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The Effects of Aquatic Therapy

The Effects of Aquatic Therapy

On the final day of competition at the Indianapolis 2018 World Para-Swimming World Series, Team USA tallied eight medals, including five gold, to finish the event with 26 medals overall. We couldn’t be more proud of these outstanding athletes who truly are one with...

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Overcoming Aquaphobia

Overcoming Aquaphobia

We talk about a lot about children and drowning prevention, but in the wake of several high profile adult drownings in 2018, it’s vital to shine a light on the risk for adults. According to Gallup and the CDC: A staggering 46% of American adults fear the deep end of a...

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Safe Sport: Protecting Athletes from Abuse

Safe Sport: Protecting Athletes from Abuse

The Southern California News Group just published a devastating indictment of USA Swimming and their inaction in keeping children safe from abusive coaches. On the heels of the Larry Nassar trial, which has uncovered a similar culture of complacency at USA Gymnastics,...

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Does it pay to be a morning person?

Does it pay to be a morning person?

Does it really pay to be a morning person? Everyone is born with a specific, unique chronotype (the biological trait that helps determine our wake time preference), and it’s mostly determined by genetic factors. (The science behind the chronotype started way back in...

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Helping Swimmers Achieve Their Dreams

Helping Swimmers Achieve Their Dreams

One with the Water is proud to announce that Head Coach and Founder Coach Kenneth Rippetoe is now certified by the American Swimming Coaches Association as a Level 4 Disability Coach. The requirements necessary to be certified at level 3 and level 4 are comprehensive...

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