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Pamela Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP posted:
Spring is around the corner and I've run into lots of people who want to learn how to swim both indoors and outdoors in open water. Swimming is a terrific cross training activity that's fun and can be shared with friends and family. Also, as people age and accumulate physical injuries, swimming is a safe and effective way to stay active while rehabilitating. It's surprising how many people either never learned how to swim or don't know how to swim well. I'm training for the Iron Girl triathlon this year and came across this terrific program used by beginners and advanced swimmers alike. There are helpful DVD's, a great book and practical workshops held around the country to help get people into the water to stay fit and healthy. I highly recommend the program.
Dr. Peeke
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Idalia22 responded:
would like to know where to find this dvd my 7yr old daugther loves going to the pool, but is terrified when it comes to go a lil. deeper
 
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Pamela Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP replied to Idalia22's response:
Hi there. Go right to the Total Immersion website and you'll find a whole host of products--- DVD's and books, to help guide you as she learns how to swim. www.totalimmersion.net
Good luck! Dr. Peeke


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