1. Living the Warrior Code

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    It's an incredible 3 day race that takes an amazing amount of discipline. Scott McDermott is your average everyday guy training to race Ultraman Hawaii World Championships and we are looking for your support. Please check out our Indiegogo crowdfunding page. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/living-the-warrior-code-a-documentary

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    • Drowned Galaxies

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      Directed by Carolina Palacios. Dancer: Cristina Díaz Peña Sound, lights, production: Melanie Lara, Chema Cervantes, Margarita Hernández Y Miguel Ayala.

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      • Swim Safer temporada 2014/2015

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        Natación segura todo el año desde los 6 meses hasta los 12 años de edad Natación de Auto- Rescate

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        • Swimisodes - Streamline Swimming

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          The best streamline swimming position has become a center for controversy in the swimming world. At The Race Club, we believe the best way to obtain streamline swimming is with the elbows squeezing together behind the head and your shoulders should feel as if they are being pulled out of their sockets, legs together, toes pointed and chin on the chest. Once this streamline swimming position is achieved the stomach then excavates and the whole body is in alignment. It is not a natural ‘human’ position to be in therefore the hyper streamline swimming position is rarely executed with 100% precision. That is one reason why swimmers tend to not go into a ‘hyper-streamline’ and opt for a more comfortable and sustainable streamline with the body somewhat relaxed. In this swimisodes learn swim drills we teach at the Race Club swim camps that will convince you how to obtain the best streamline possible. Coach Gary Hall teaches elite swimmers how to feel the benefits of being in their tightest streamline swimming position possible through creating a contest that you can partake in. Swimmers push off the wall in different streamline swimming positions that allow them to feel the drag forces at work and why it is worth the extra effort to streamline tightly. Find out why water is such an unforgiving medium to work with and why it is 800 times denser than air. Watch Backstroke World Champion Swimmer, Junya Koga, Open Water Swimming Champ Lexie Kelly and Olympic Gold Medalist and 4 time Olympian Roland Schoeman demonstrate a perfect swimming streamline. Learn how to convince yourself of the best and tightest streamline and have fun while doing it! Once your tightest streamline is achieved, we advocate kicking with Finis alignment board and DMC mono snorkel in the hyper streamline position for proper body alignment. Thanks for watching! Producer/Director/Editor: Richard Hall Writer/Narrator: Gary Hall Sr Cinematographer: Frazier Nivens Sound: Gustavo Moller Jib Operator: Mikey Montoya (Jib and Co) Underwater Housing: AquaVideo Filmed at our training facility Founders Park Islamorada, FL MM87

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          • Scarlett-Morgan Swimsuit Preview

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            A preview video of Scarlett-Morgan's "Swimsuit" photo shoot for Nude-Muse Magazine See the full length uncensored version at www.nude-muse.com

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            • Time

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              Operator: Alexandr Larin Postproduction: Kseniya Larina http://vk.com/19motions

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              • AMEO PowerBreather

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                Swimming unlimited. Merge with the water. Commit yourself fully to it. Enjoy the ease and freedom of gliding. Experience the fascination swimming anew – with the PowerBreather. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- REGIE / PRODUKTION Phonk Pictures (Christian Georgopoulos) portfolio: phonk-pictures.de facebook: facebook.com/phonkpictures mail: hello@phonk-pictures.de Xing: xing.com/profile/Christian_Georgopoulos KAMERA: Jens Schwengel www.jensschwengel.de 3D: Dina Saalem http://dina-saleem.com/ AGENTUR: creativ.um www.creativum.org MUSIK: License for - Mexikus - Epic Orchestral Glitch Step PRODUCT: www.powerbreather.com

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                • Athleticism comes from the hips, so develop fluid pelvic girdle movement to display your strengths in the arenas.

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                  Stronger, more stable & more mobile hips are a great 1st step approach towards developing in the weight room. The next step is to refine the ability to transition from axis of rotation to another and from functional line to functional line. That transitional efficiency means all of the difference between being injured and not injured, athletic and un-athletic and from weight room strong to being field strong.

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                  • Cole Classic Swim

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                    One of the starts for the 2km swim for the Cole Classic at Manly.

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                    • Olya Slovo

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