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My Book


It’s extremely challenging to help swimmers develop skills that win races.


It’s overwhelming trying to teach skills to each and every athlete, particularly when it seems like no one is listening.


And everything that’s learned seems to disappear once it’s time to start training, or when it really counts in championship races that matter.


The solution isn’t to get better at what you’re doing.


You don’t need new drills, you don’t need new cues, and you don’t need an expensive video system.


You need a different approach.


My name is Andrew Sheaff.


I’ve coached in the US collegiate system for over 15 years, struggling with these same challenges.


The reality is that faster swimmers are better swimmers, and skill development provides all swimmers with the best opportunity to achieve their goals.


The challenge is consistently developing those goals, and the typical approach of adding some drills at the beginning of a training session and a training season doesn’t get the job done.


Fortunately, there’s an alternative.


There’s a way to develop skills without relying on constantly providing instructions, feedback, and reminders.


And there’s a way to seamlessly integrate these skills into your training program.


In this book, you’ll learn exactly how to make it happen.


You’ll learn the strategies and the tactics, and to make it practical, there are approximately 100 sets that demonstrate the key principles.


The book provides you with the concepts and the tools to take your skill development skills to the next level.


Not just by making what you already do better, but by providing an entirely new framework to coach with.


This approach works.


It can be implemented by anyone.


It doesn’t require any special education, skill, or equipment.




I want to make sure you’re successful.


So, as a bonus, if you buy the book, I’ll send you two videos that walk you through exactly how to design your own sets using constraints, as well as how to modify existing sets to integrate the use of constraints and skill development.


As with the book, there are plenty of practical examples to help you understand exactly what to do, and how to do it.

Just drop your e-mail below and I'll send them right away.

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