Headstrong™

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Craig Lewin, founder of Endurance Swimming and creator of Headstrong
Headstrong™ was created by Craig Lewin of Endurance Swimming in order to help athletes achieve their maximum potential while swimming. It gives insight to proper head position and aids in the correction of total body posture. Headstrong™ is a training tool like fins, paddles, or buoys... designed to aid in the development of your skill level. With its patent pending technology, Headstrong™ delivers continuous "real-time" feedback while you train. With this innovative training device, you now have the unique ability to easily correct your head position leading to a more efficient stroke.

Headstrong™ is made of HDPE which is chlorine resistant and UV resistant. Headstrong™ works for all types of swimming techniques - Freestyle, Breast or Butterfly stroke. Swimmers can also wear the device to provide a focal point... which is especially helpful for doing the backstroke. It was developed for male and female triathletes and swimmers training at any skill level.

It's design uses "range-of-motion" to alert athletes of their head position and is completely undetectable to the swimmer until head position exceeds the recommended posture range.

[edit] Craig Lewin

Craig Lewin is the founder of Endurance Swimming and a USA Swimming Coach and Level 2 USA Cycling Coach with a master's degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology, a Bachelor's Degree in Sport Movement Science, and a Bachelor's degree in Economics and Sociology.

A graduate of Boston College and the Varsity NCAA Division I Swim Team, Lewin is a nationally-ranked triathlete. His swimming expertise has helped him become a successful competitor in the sport of triathlon and now he wants to share his experience, knowledge and swimming techniques with you.

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