So, you want to get involved?
#Super | #Smashing | #Great!
We've got plenty of ways for you to join us, whoever you are and wherever you are!
Join us by booking in for one of our Squads or 1-2-1 Video Analysis Sessions in Perth, Australia
By visiting one of our great certified coaches in various corners of the globe!
Remotely As A Swimmer
We'd recommend starting by following our FREE 10-Step Guide to swimming better freestyle
Read about our story and values and then Join The Community online for free - it's packed full of inspiration, guidance, regular virtual training programs that you can follow along with, advice from our coaching collective and buckets of community feel-good!
As A Coach For Education
We'd also recommend starting by following our FREE 10-Step Guide to swimming better freestyle
Read about our vision for coaching and consider following one of our more coach-specific courses (both online and in-person) and even think about joining our Coaching Collective - together, we're stronger!
As A Governing Body
Over the years our Head Coach, Paul Newsome, has produced and provided his coaching methodology to numerous national and international governing bodies including: British Triathlon; Swim England, and the International Triathlon Union.
Given the latest in remote coach education possibilities (as is shown with courses on our site), please contact us if you think we can help your association. We'd love to!
Need help finding something?
Visit these links to book squad or 1-2-1 sessions near you! See you soon!
Looking for an inspiring swim community with help-on-demand for your swimming?
Want to up-skill your coaching game with online and direct coach education courses?
In need of face-2-face coaching services to help you with your swimming?
Join us in our online meeting place OR continue your 10-Steps to Better Freestyle Program
Wanting to log in as a coach to our coach education materials and join the collective? Sweet!
You may have noticed that our Swim in Common logo features a 4-way venn diagram as its symbol? Why is this?
Justyn Barnes, author of the brilliant book “Ikigai - the Japanese secret to a life of happiness and longevity” states that the word ikigai in its simplest term describes “value in living” or “a reason for living”.
Among the myriad different interpretations of the word, Barnes states that ikigai can be thought of daily as “a reason to jump out of bed every morning” and a “springboard for tomorrow” – isn’t this the very essence of coaching? To help others in an inspired way? We like to think so.