Our Private Swim Coaching program is intended for triathletes and other adults looking to improve their swimming strokes. We work with you one-on-one to address your specific needs and help you achieve your swimming goals. Instruction will focus on improving stroke technique in the areas of body position and balance, pull and kick efficiency, breathing patterns and core connection. Advice will also be provided for swimming conditioning, workouts, and racing and open water swimming.
The main focus will be on front crawl, but other areas such as backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, or flip turns can receive instruction by request. Participants should know how to swim at least 100 yards front crawl without assistance.
Todd Peters, Aquatics Manager and Private Swim Coach
- Minnesota State University Moorhead Head Women’s Swimming Coach (21 years)
- Iowa Lakes Community College Head Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach (2 years)
- Moorhead, Fargo South and Fargo North High Schools Head Swimming Coach
- Coached 100’s of adult swimmers from beginner triathletes to Ironman finishers
- Twelve years swimming camp coaching.
- Dragon Swim School Director 1997 – 2018
Competed in over 50 Triathlons, Multi-Sport and Distance Running Events including:
- 2017 Ironman – Madison, WI
- Square Lake, Superiorman, and Toughman Half-Ironman’s
- Average Jo, Hoot Lake, Young Life, Thief River Falls and Nevis Sprint Distance Triathlons
- Bemidji, Young Life and Timberman Olympic Distance Triathlons
- Fargo and Grandma’s Marathons
- Fargo, Grandma’s, and Rochester Half Marathons
- Madison to Chicago Ragnar
Other Swimming Accomplishments
- American Swim Coaches Association Level 3 Certified
- Chair, NCAA Swimming and Diving Rules Committee, 2013-2017
- NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships Committee, 2008-2013
- Featured speaker at National, Regional and State Aquatics and Coaching clinics and conferences.
“Although I have coached hundreds of college and high school athletes, some of my greatest coaching accomplishments have been achieved working with older adult triathletes. There’s nothing quite like helping someone swim a race in half the time they achieved previously.”