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Category Archives: Swimming
I’m just back from a week-long vacation with my family on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. Like any decent human being, I spent the week eating all of the food and indulging in afternoon cocktails pretty much every day, because vacation. … Continue reading
Right after I finished my race, I spent 8 hours in the car to go camping in an area so far upstate NY I didn’t have cell service. I didn’t even realize there were still places like that. It was … Continue reading
Before I started training for the YWCA ladies y-tri, I had ridden my bike three, maybe four times in my adult life. I was not a cyclist. Now that I’m less than a week away from my race, I have … Continue reading
Since 2008, the City of York has been designated a Playful City USA member. Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 13, 2014, we find out if we have been awarded the title for the 7th year in a row! WE KNOW we are … Continue reading
Swimming is a life skill – a skill that anyone at any age can use for health and safety. Those who know how to swim can enjoy recreational activities such as pool parties and water skiing. Swimmers of all ages … Continue reading
Work your arms, core and breath control by doing figures.
York Synchro-ettes Coach Robin Weist demonstrates the movement that enables swimmers to tread water in routines.
The weekly Wellness Wrap provides links to recent health and fitness news and lists events that will help you stay fit during the weekend. Check back every Friday morning. Have an interesting health or fitness-related link or event to share? … Continue reading
On May 25, 2013, the York YMCA will host a “Tri it For Fun,” kid’s triathlon at the 543 N. Newberry Street in York location. Race time is 9 a.m. with a mandatory participant/parent meeting at 8:45 a.m. inside the … Continue reading
York Synchro-ettes coach Robin Weist shares tips in this video.