Learn the freestyle turn

You will learn the freestyle & backstroke flip turn & protect lower back and neck

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Learning the freestyle & backstroke turn & protecting lower back.

The WEST way to swim will teach you how to gain more air, how to use the water in order to perform the freestyle turn and to protect your lower back & neck and eventually to swim much faster.

In this course you will get 4 different workout which you are going to repeat exactly 3 times ( in different days).

Each workout is exactly 30 min and has between 3-11 new swimming videos.

It is recommended to do the workout before your usual swimming workout or afterwords.

The swim WEST freestyle turn course will teach you:

1. How to protect your lower back & neck while doing the freestyle turn

2. You will learn to use the water & glide to make an easily flip.

3. You will improve your lung capacity.

4. You will learn to flip from backstroke to freestyle and to the opposite direction

5.You will swim faster in long distance and you will have more air.

Many swimmers, older than 18 years old, get dizzy or out of breath when attempting to perform a flip turn or feel like it is done too slowly.

According to WEST swimming technique, we turn on the walls while protecting our lower back and neck, and using the water resistance for our own good. It enables us to perform a proper turn, and understand our physical abilities. The turn has some key points- dropping our feet, gliding to the wall, rolling in our head and expiring air out through our nose (so we don’t get water in our nose, which is a very annoying burning sensation by itself).

The reason you get 4 workouts ( 12 workouts after repeating each workout 3 times) is that it takes 1.5 months to get used to swimming with less air.

Ori Sela is the founder of one of the biggest and most professional hydrotherapy centers in the world

I dedicate my life to treat people and live a better life.

Your Instructor

Ori Sela
Ori Sela

Founder and owner of Water World and WEST swimming technique.

Ori is The National Israeli open water coach and an Expert in Hydrotherapy

Ori has over 30 years of experience as a professional swimmer, a qualified Hydrotherapist, swimming coach, toddlers’ swimming instructor, Watzu, Jahara and Shiatsu

therapist, triathlon coach, open water coach, therapeutic swimming instructor, pregnancy swimming coach and holds a BA in business & marketing from IDC, Herzliya.

Works daily with thousands of people of all ages, toddlers, children, adults, and elderly, some of which are recovering from CVA or accidents and suffer from lower back or neck pain, or others who are fighting a fear of water, and Ori teaches them the right way to swim.

Today, “Water World” is one of the largest and most professional swimming and hydrotherapy clubs in the world, with over 140 coaches, and therapists working in the water, believing in the water and the strength it can give.

100,000 +swimmers in 160 countries treated their lower back.

He’s coached, swam and claimed the World record with 5 of his friends in the longest relay open water swim, from Cyprus to Israel and swam with his team 377 km, in order to raise the awareness on the issue of sea pollution in the Mediterranean (in association with Zalul NGO)

Ori Lectures on TEDx Nicosia about the Power of the sea The power of the sea Ori Sela

Course Curriculum

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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