Posts Tagged ‘Shinji Takeuchi’

A Splash-Free Life?
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on December 20th, 2013

I’m delighted and honored to present this guest post from noted writer and blogger—and recent convert to ‘splash-free’ swimming—Mariah Burton Nelson. What would it mean to lead a splash-free life? To splash is “to cause water or other liquid to move in a noisy or messy way.” In swimming, leading a splash-free life means gliding […]

Video: The BEAUTY of Effortless. The SKILL of Slow.
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on August 1st, 2013

The liveliest thread on the TI Discussion Forum at the moment is titled ‘a question about continuance.’?with, as of this morning, 59 posts, which have drawn over 1300 views. What’s curious about this thread is that the initial query was about how to swim faster, yet the bulk of discussion has centered on various forms […]

How Tim Ferriss Learned to ‘Feel like Superman’
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on May 7th, 2013

Why Tim Ferriss considers TI a great example of Meta-Learning

See the World’s Most Ageless Swimmer
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on March 15th, 2013

Paul Lurie — the “Nonagenarian Shinji’

META-Learning: Who Would You Rather Have As A Teacher–Phelps or Shinji?
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on December 4th, 2012

Shinji improved at swimming in nearly the exact opposite way that Michael Phelps did. But his learning process offers lessons for Everyone.

Shinji’s Story: How he became the World’s Most Graceful Swimmer
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on June 15th, 2012

Shinji is both the #1 Most Graceful Swimmer in the world and the #1 Self-Coached Swimmer–the embodiment of Kaizen. How does Shinji describe himself? “Just a middle-aged average swimmer who tries to improve every day.”

Congratulations Shinji — #1 Swimmer on Youtube!
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on June 12th, 2012

How did a mid-40s ‘average guy’ who only began swimming in his late 30s become the #1 Swimmer on Youtube?

Secrets of Swim Speed Part 9: How to Swim Faster
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on May 2nd, 2011

How Nicholas Sterghos had the most-dramatic 2-year swimming improvement in triathlon history – while his West Point Tri team rose from 14th and 19th (men and women) to 2nd and 5th in College Triathlon Championships.

The Transformative Power of Movement
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on March 6th, 2011

Moving mindfully, with an intention to use awareness to improve, has a remarkable power to transform personality and consciousness.

New Video of Shinji and Terry Synch-Swimming
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on February 12th, 2011

Synch-Swimming is great practice for open water racing. It’s also enormous fun.