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How to Build Up Brachialis Muscles

People don't talk too much about the brachialis muscle. The overlooked muscle peeks out on the front of the arm just above the elbow. However, the brachialis muscle is essential in swimming. Read more about building the brachialis in this Livestrong.com article written by our teammate,Jato. 

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Swimming without Sight!

This is a totally blind swimmer during a race.

Have you ever wondered how the blind swim competitively?

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This 99 year old destroyed the 50M Freestyle World Record. He started swimming at the young age of 80!

This 99 year old just destroyed the 50M Freestyle World Record. He started swimming at the young age of 80!

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About Sedona Race Pace Club

Sedona Race Pace Club (SRPC) is a year-round swim team in Sedona, Arizona serving youth ages 5 to 18, collegiate swimmers, masters swimmers, and pre-team novices.

We are proud affiliates of USA Swimming. Our expert USRPT coaches, Sean Emery and Lauren Robinson, provide personalized training to help each swimmer perfect their stroke and reach his or her full potential both in and out of the pool. Swimmers get to experience improvements through game-like sets, individualized feedback, dryland training, and participation in meets ranging from novice to international.

Experience an Athletic Awakening with USRPT Training:

While the average swim team practices physiology as the No. 1 blanket principle, our approach works better and faster because we prioritize the principles of specificity, individuality, and recovery in the optimal order of USRPT training which is 1.) Technique, 2.) Psychology, and 3.) Physiology. 

Practices in Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek to accommodate swimmers from across the Verde Valley: Sedona, VOC, Clarkdale, Cottonwood, Rim Rock, Camp Verde...

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