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  • Founder of Fluid Mechanics, an aquatic consulting company

  • World Ranked swimmer at Indiana

  • Featured on NBC

Fluid Mechanics (FM) is an aquatic consulting company that takes a unique visual approach
to help competitive swimmers develop, achieve, and exceed their goals. Their swimmers
have competed in every major international competition including the Olympics, World
Championships, and World Games
.

 

FM was founded in 1987 by John B. Waldman, a renowned leader and visionary in
competitive swimming instruction and a former world-ranked swimmer and record-holder at
Indiana University. Waldman was mentored throughout his career by Dr. James E.
Counsilman (four-timeme US Olympic Coach)
– widely considered one of the most successful
coaches of all time
– who coached such swimming luminaries as Mark Spitz (7 gold medals
1972 Munich Olympics) along with gold medalists Gary Hall Sr., Charles Hickcox, and John
Kinsella to name a few.

 

FM uses a unique approach to dramatically improve swimmers' performance. Their visual
training system
, uses life-like avatars to teach the science of swimming. This ground-
breaking system utilizes cutting edge technique, strength, in-water training methods, and
mental strategies. With FM Animations, swimmers internalize advanced athletic concepts
at-a-glance. Simply put, swimmers just see it, then do it.

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John Waldman

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