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Why Use a MyZone Strap?

1. Who is MyZONE for? MyZone is for anyone that likes to know where their heart rate is, how many calories they have burned, and how many MyZone Effort Points (MEPs) they have. MyZone is a great tool to keep yourself accountable when working out to see if you need to work harder with […]

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Issy Hiller Shines!

[…] swimmer shines at Sectional Championships The future looks bright for local swimmer Issy Hiller Hiller, a sophomore at Woodstock High School, recently competed at the 2019 Eastern Zone North Speedo Short Course Sectionals at Ithaca College in Ithaca, N.Y. She was one of nine swimmers from the Upper Valley Aquatic Club (UVAC) of White […]

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UVAC Swimmer Hannah Cox Competing at the National Level

[…] National Select Camp hosted by USA Swimming at the Olympic Training Center, Colorado Springs.  Hannah and her Coach Dorsi Raynolds were interviewed by SwimmingWorld Morning Swim Show.   My favorites though are the tweets!  “Hannah Cox of UVAC does it again with a fierce win in the 400 IM”  “Hannah Cox from VT is out […]

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Questions About Unfamiliar Equipment? Just Ask!

I’m a swimmer first and a runner second. I could lap-swim in my sleep, and my comfort level running the roads and trails of the Upper Valley is pretty high, too. I know I need strength training to do both of these things well, and my approach to getting it is usually through group […]

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[…] and have four incredible kids that keep us busy. We both have full time careers so making time for ourselves, with the help of the AMAZING Kid Zone staff, has helped our relationship grow while being a positive influence on our overall health. Erin Buck has trained us both in Shed & Shred which […]

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Swim Through Depression and Anxiety

[…] called such because you repeat the same movements over and over again until you enter a kind of meditative loop. It’s an activity that allows you to zone out and focus on your movement, and the physical act of swimming (i.e. remembering to take breaths, being aware of your surroundings) still keeps you from […]

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