Every person's body is different. People have different sized hands, feet, torso's and shoulders. Even though the strokes are relatively uniform, everyone has their own unique way of performing those strokes. I believe that a good coach isn't one that tries to force their swimmers into doing everything the same way as everyone else, but rather allows their differences to positively influence their technique and form.
I've been swimming competitively since before I could walk. I've competed at dozens of district, regional and state carnivals as well as my fair share of school events. I set a number of school records for breaststroke and backstroke (some which still stand) and I've trained alongside some of the finest Olympic swimmers to ever grace the international stage. Once I got too old to compete, I started offering my experience to the younger generation as a coach. I've been coaching for about 5 years now, though it feels like I've been offering fellow swimmers advice for twice as long.
- Presidents Award for Community Service 2018
- 3 consecutive elections as President of the Student Council (at university level)
- Graduated High School in 2014
- Graduated Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts in 2018
- Currently studying Diploma of Greek Mythology
- 6 years of Swim Coaching (previously 10+ years as a competitive swimmer)
- 2 years as a university ambassador
- 2 years as an assistant to a Facilities Manager
- Successfully planned, managed and funded 3 university formal balls with 100+ attendees each
- Successfully planned, managed and funded a humanitarian trip to the Philippines
- 4th consecutive year running the Tough Mudder Obstacle Course
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