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How Bad is Peeing in the Pool?

Ladies and gentlemen, we have an epidemic of aquatic proportions on our hands: one out of five people freely admit to peeing in our pools.  Even Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte have gone on record stating they frequently pee in pools.  But it’s not their fault; in fact peeing in the pool is a physiologic response to being in the…See More
Mar 24
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Is Lochte’s Reality Show Good for the Sport?

Premiering this past Sunday on E! television channel, What Would Ryan Lochte Do? is Ryan’s latest project out of the pool.  But the questions I’ve been asked by friends (and beginning to ask myself) “Is What Would Ryan Lochte Do? good for the sport…See More
Apr 24, 2013
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Mar 26, 2013
Paul Graves posted a blog post

A Different Approach to Rehabilitating our Wounded Soldiers

The cost of war is high.  As of April 2012, approximately 633,000 veterans — one out of every four of the 2.3 million who served in Iraq and Afghanistan – have a service-connected disability, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.   Returning US veterans, who have sacrificed so much for their country, are challenged to not only rehabilitate their bodies…See More
Mar 13, 2013
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Will the Olympics Come Back to the US?

2024 is eleven years away but that hasn’t deterred the US Olympic Committee (USOC) from thinking about the future.  After a two repeated failed bid attempts (New York City in 2012 and Chicago 2016), the USOC recently sent letters to 35 mayors, inviting them to consider bidding for the 2024 Olympics.“Our objective in this…See More
Feb 27, 2013
Paul Graves posted blog posts
Feb 27, 2013
Paul Graves posted a blog post

A Different Approach to Rehabilitating our Wounded Soldiers

The cost of war is high.  As of April 2012, approximately 633,000 veterans — one out of every four of the 2.3 million who served in Iraq and Afghanistan – have a service-connected disability, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.   Returning US veterans, who have sacrificed so much for their country, are challenged to not only rehabilitate their bodies…See More
Feb 25, 2013
Paul Graves's blog post was featured

Modern Swimming Pool Concrete and Its Ancient Past

Beneath the water and under the plaster and tile finish lays the fundamental element in most swimming pools: concrete. It has been used to reinforce a pool’s structural shell for over 2,500 years; the Ancient Romans were the first to use it in their baths. But what is it about concrete that has kept it in use throughout history and into the modern day?…See More
Jan 24, 2013
Paul Graves posted a blog post

Modern Swimming Pool Concrete and Its Ancient Past

Beneath the water and under the plaster and tile finish lays the fundamental element in most swimming pools: concrete. It has been used to reinforce a pool’s structural shell for over 2,500 years; the Ancient Romans were the first to use it in their baths. But what is it about concrete that has kept it in use throughout history and into the modern day?…See More
Jan 24, 2013
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How Bad is Peeing in the Pool?

Posted on March 22, 2014 at 7:24pm 0 Comments

Ladies and gentlemen, we have an epidemic of aquatic proportions on our hands: one out of five people freely admit to peeing in our pools.  Even Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte have gone on record stating they frequently pee in pools.  But it’s not their fault; in fact peeing in the pool is a physiologic response to being in the…

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Is Lochte’s Reality Show Good for the Sport?

Posted on April 24, 2013 at 9:03am 0 Comments

Premiering this past Sunday on E! television channel, What Would Ryan Lochte Do? is Ryan’s latest project out of the pool.  But the questions I’ve been asked by friends (and beginning to ask myself) “Is What Would Ryan…

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A Different Approach to Rehabilitating our Wounded Soldiers

Posted on March 13, 2013 at 8:30am 0 Comments

The cost of war is high.  As of April 2012, approximately 633,000 veterans — one out of every four of the 2.3 million who…

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Are Your Arms Paddles or Propellers?

Posted on March 5, 2013 at 9:30am 0 Comments

For decades swimmers have been taught that freestyle, AKA “front crawl,” involves keeping their elbows high and using their arms to make an S-shaped pattern underwater.  Known as “sculling,” this technique was developed by Doc Counsilman and helped Indiana University win 6 consecutive NCAA…

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