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    save money. In coming years, where population is increasing at certain rate, cost of gas, electricity and water will keep on increasing. So if water is used in much more efficient way then energy can be saved and calculation of actual cost of water will make this project much more efficient. Follow avoid, reduce and re-use in any water usage will make it more sustainable. Various chemicals are used to clean pools, so proper methods should be kept in place to minimise the usage of such…

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    by using Aristotle’s theory of “Who deserves what?” I plan to show how Aristotle’s theory of Who Deserves What is used in the movie by how he uses the purposes of Telos, Honorific and Deserves, bring together the book and movie in one overall understanding, who deserves to die. Under Aristotle’s Who deserves what theory, Sandel’s book explains what is meant by Aristotle, “Justice is teleological, which defines rights requiring us to figure out the Telos (the purpose, end, or essential nature) of…

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    The Swimmer Analysis

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    The swimming pools, in “The Swimmer”, represent Neddie’s journey down the road to addiction and the consequences that his dependency has on his life and body. Neddie’s state of mind as he begins his addiction is described, “He had an inexplicable contempt for men who did not hurl themselves into pools. […] To be embraced and sustained by the light green water was less a pleasure, it seemed, than the resumption of a natural condition,” (Cheever, 777). Neddie describes the feeling that drinking…

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    Satire About Swimming

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    Swimming People advanced from ocean animals however—taking a gander at our bodies—you 'd never know it. We couldn 't be less appropriate to traveling through water in the event that we attempted. We don 't coast too well, can 't relax for long underneath the surface, and quickly tire as we whip through the waves attempting to move ourselves along; in a straight race with a dolphin or a shark, you 'll generally come last! In any case, there 's one major favorable position we people have: we think…

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    Essay On Adaptive Aquatics

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    Cross’s Learn-to-Swim initiative and is meant to aid individuals that have special needs or disabilities. Swimming for People with Disabilities by Dimitrios Kokaridas provides information on the Hallwick Method, a method used by some instructors to teach students. Adaptive aquatics is beneficial for people with special needs and disabilities; students can increase their strength, confidence in themselves, and improve their fine motor skills. The adaptive aquatics program was formed recently in…

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    Essay On Pool Remodel

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    days of fall, you may notice that your in-ground pool is in need of some TLC: Fall is the perfect season for completing your pool remodel (or install). Reasons to Consider a Pool Remodel Improve the energy efficiency of your pool. An old pool usually uses outdated equipment; even if your pool’s electrical equipment is up and running, it could be using much more energy than is necessary. Create a fun, kid-friendly pool environment. During your fall pool remodel, consider adding fun,…

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    Lifeguarding Reflection

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    I was halfway done with my 300 yard swim to pass the prerequisite to be a lifeguard. I finished The nervousness was effecting my stomach. I stumbled out of the pool and over to trash can. Where I lost my last meal to that can. I noticed that my vomit was red but i didn’t have time to think about it I had another test to complete before I could go home. That is to tread water for 2 minutes not using arms. I start my head is bobbing in and out of water. My mouth opens and I start choking and I am…

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    Triathlon Life Speech

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    INTRO 1: Triathlon and active lifestyle is the way of living for Dan. Click here to read more about his passion towards swimming, main achievements and life lessons. TEXT: Your colleagues have nominated you for Inspiration of the Month in August, based on your outstanding performance in swimming. Please tell us how did you start swimming and why did you choose it? Actually I started to swim quite late in my childhood, I was about 12 years old at that time. But three years ago I realized that I…

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    My experience with Holz Lake was unique to say the least, from leaking waders to completely falling into the water it was all a very hands on activity. Coming to SES one of the things I was most excited for was the pond profile. All of the teachers said, “Don’t feel bad if you fall into the pond, it happens every year.” Hearing this, I knew I would likely be the student to fall into the pond. I’m just that clumsy; however I planned to be very cautious during every visit to the pond. Our…

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    Bennet Clark Analysis

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    In this video olympic swimming athlete Bennet Clark demonstrates a race start with the help of his Cal swim team coach and the laws of physics! Clark’s dive can be related back to Newtons 1st law of motion. This law states that “An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and direction, unless acted upon by an unbalanced force” In this video the athlete is at rest when he is first on the starting block. He is being acted upon by normal force…

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