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Archive for November 2012

November 19, 2012 @ 1:52 pm

#coachmikepodcast episode 33

A very short, 10min podcast this week dedicated to health and staying healthy during cold & flu season. Dr. Greg Wells calls in to talk about the "J Shaped Relationship" between high intensity activity and the instances of getting sick as well as how to stay healthy during this time of the season. Check out his book, Superbodies on Amazon.ca or the enhanced version at the iTunes store. You will likely remember Dr Wells from 20/20 or CTV's coverage of the 2012 Olympic Games. Here is a sample of his Superbodies segments.

As always, you should check out my blog and follow me on Twitter (@coachmikeswim). Check out my archived past episodes as well.

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November 15, 2012 @ 2:10 pm

#coachmikepodcast episode 32

Tom Rushton (former coach of Noemie Thomas and Luke Reilly) is today's guest. During the last two years, Tom was coaching at the UBC Dolphins Swim Club, British Columbia. Under his leadership, several of his swimmers broke Canadian age groups records, a national record, as well as several provincial records. Recently Tom was hired as an assistant at The National Aquatics Centre in Montreal. Tom talks about his career, a new language barrier he is facing and the most important thing about staying on the cutting edge of coaching trends.

As always, you should check out my blog and follow me on Twitter (@coachmikeswim). Check out my archived past episodes as well.

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November 7, 2012 @ 10:42 pm

#coachmikepodcast episode 31

This episode features an interview with Kierra Smith of Kelowna, BC. Last season was a breakout season for Kierra, who was a finalist at Olympic Trials (tied for 2nd in 200BR in the prelims, finished 4th in finals) and was a National Gold Medalist in the summer and a member of Team Canada at the Junior Pan Pacific Games in Hawaii in August. Last season, she finished 32nd in the world for 200BR. She now resides at the University of Minnesota.  Kierra talks about last season, her goals this season and her reasoning for leaving a World Breaststroke Hotspot of BC to follow in the footsteps of 2012 Canadian Olympian and NCAA champ, Jillian Tyler.

As always, you should check out my blog and follow me on Twitter (@coachmikeswim). Check out my archived past episodes as well.

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