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Dryland At Home: 101 with Chris Ritter

- Swimmers, Coaches, Parents and anyone interested in learning more about dryland - Get quick, action-packed dryland education courses - Learn simple, effective, and applicable basics of dryland training SURGE Strength Programs are focused on helping swimmers harness the power, speed and strength that comes from having a quality dryland and strength

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WOWSA Workouts – Advanced

Chris Morgan is a former American competitive swimmer and current professional American pool and open water swimming coach. He serves as the head coach of Gator Swim Club in Massachusetts, the co-founder and coach of Boston Water Polo Club, the assistant coach at MIT men's water polo team, and organizes two ocean swims on behalf of the New England Open Water

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WOWSA Workouts – Intermediate

Chris Morgan is a former American competitive swimmer and current professional American pool and open water swimming coach. He serves as the head coach of Gator Swim Club in Massachusetts, the co-founder and coach of Boston Water Polo Club, the assistant coach at MIT men's water polo team, and organizes two ocean swims on behalf of the New England Open Water

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WOWSA Workouts – Beginner

Chris Morgan is a former American competitive swimmer and current professional American pool and open water swimming coach. He serves as the head coach of Gator Swim Club in Massachusetts, the co-founder and coach of Boston Water Polo Club, the assistant coach at MIT men's water polo team, and organizes two ocean swims on behalf of the New England Open Water

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Open Water Swimming Basics for Triathletes

Open Water Swimming for Triathletes

You don’t need a passport to cross it, but the shoreline is a distinct border marking the beginning of the open water world, where rules and expectations are very different than land. If you cannot see the bottom, the open water is endless and unknown, leading to a captivating adventure or an overwhelming experience—and sometimes both. Humans have walked

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