Good Swimming Techniques Lecture | SF
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Southern Exposure | 3030 20th Street, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Thursday, July 25, 2013
Dry Land Session | Club of the Month | Southern Exposure
The SoEx Swim Team dispels the myth that artists are bad at sports; come and learn more and no Speedo or experience is required (at least not at first).
The first session on July 25, 2013, is open to all, so come try a dry land class at Southern Exposure, where they’ll discuss the mechanics of good swimming, theories about swim training and conduct a Q&A for all of your unvoiced swimming concerns. All you need is a way to take diligent notes.
Your instructor, Erik Scollon is an artist and educator working out of Oakland, California. He is represented by Romer Young Gallery in San Francisco; he teaches at California College of the Arts and UC Berkeley. A life-long swimmer and coach, Erik was inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame at his alma mater, Albion College, in 2011.
The second session will be off-site at Hamilton Pool on July 27, 2013 and will bring together theory and practice with drills, coaching and constructive feedback. Bring your swimsuit, goggles, and a towel. An RSVP for the second session is required. Capacity at Hamilton Pool is limited.
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