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16 Mar

Texas Swim Academy Announces Deal with SwimSpray LLC

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Texas Swim Academy recently announced their partnership with SwimSpray LLC, to make, use and sell the vitamin C-based chlorine removal product for swimmers. As part of the agreement, Texas Swim Academy gains the right to provide large format bottles of SwimSpray to our members, making us the one of the only swim schools offering this
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Healthy Fitness Habits Lead to Strong and Healthy Bodies

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Kathleen McMordie, founder of Texas Swim Academy, recently took on what could have been the daunting task of completing her first half marathon. However, with proper training and preparation, Kathleen was able to complete her first half marathon this past January – achieving a personal goal she set for herself back in 2016. “I started
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How Swimming Affects The Muscles

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Depending on what it is you are looking to achieve during your workout — calorie burn, muscle mass, body tone — swimming is a great choice. Because swimming provides a total body workout, there really isn’t a wrong way to incorporate swimming into your workout to get the results you want. So if muscle tone
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Join Texas Swim Academy and Take the Pool Safely Pledge

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Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional death in children under the age of 5. And while it is preventable, many people do not actively invest in their child’s knowledge of and experience in water safety. Texas Swim Academy has joined the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to take the Pool Safely ledge, and invites
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Work It Out — Swimming and the Heart

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Most people will tell you that any exercise is good for the heart, and swimming is no different. But swimming is an especially popular cardiovascular exercise because of the way it works the hearts muscles. It doesn’t put as much strain on the heart as other exercises like running, aerobics and weight training do, an
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12 Dec

Give a Gift that Will Last a Lifetime – Swimming Lessons

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Quite often we think of swimming lessons with a sense of urgency – children must learn to swim or it can absolutely be detrimental. And the truth is, that sense of urgency is greatly important because children need to feel safe in and around water, and be equipped with the skills necessary thrive in the
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19 Nov

Texas Swim Academy Earns Spot on 2016 Aggie 100 List

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Texas Swim Academy proudly earned a spot on the Texas A&M University 2016 Aggie 100 list, ranking no. 74 among their top 100 peers. The list, presented by Texas A&M’s Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship in the Mays Business School, recognizes the 100 fastest-growing Aggie-owned or -managed businesses in the world. Companies on the
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14 Oct

Texas Swim Academy Teams Up With the IBC Network to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness

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Texas Swim Academy will be hosting a special breast cancer awareness day on Oct. 19 from 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. to raise awareness about inflammatory breast cancer, a rare and aggressive form where the cancer cells block lymph vessels in the skin of the breast, leaving it swollen, red or inflamed looking. According to
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Texas Swim Academy Offers Swimming Lessons for the Entire Family

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When Stacy first contacted Texas Swim Academy, she was looking for a place that could teach her son the skills necessary to be safe around the family pool. When she found out we also offered swimming classes for children with special needs, she decided to enroll her daughter, as well. Texas Swim Academy takes pride
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Swimming Lessons Save Lives

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Larry Stewart, of Katy, understands all too well how quickly disaster can happen when his son, Kameron, had a near-drowning experience during a birthday party in 2013. “I left to go to the store, and while I was at [there], I got a call that said my youngest son had just drowned,” says Stewart. Thankfully,
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