Olympic Coach Uses Patent Pending Techniques In Other SportsEdit
IRVINE, CALIFORNIA (MMD Newswire) March 24, 2011 -- Sean Hutchison, a leading, elite swimming coach with special expertise as a teacher of correct mechanics, announced today his pursuit of a new athletic business venture based on his patent-pending teaching techniques known as "Ikkos training," which he developed to hone the skills of athletes at any level in any sport.
Most recently, Hutchison has coached Olympic swimmers under KING Aquatic Club and Fullerton Aquatics Sports Team (FAST). "This opportunity has been building over the last three years. It's a very exciting development. The program can change the way athletes learn movement," he said.
Hutchison, who achieved unusual success coaching Olympic swimmers, said that his passion for training athletes to reach their highest competitive potential is not confined to swimming. The new venture will allow him to expand his unique techniques beyond coaching competitive swimmers or elite athletes. "The same teaching principles and methodology I've utilized for Olympic swimmers will benefit other competitive athletes in a similar way," Hutchison said. "Ikkos training will have a tremendous positive impact on athletes, even top level professionals, looking to improve their mechanics."
Hutchison will continue to pursue his dream of creating a stand-alone professional swimming team. In the interim, as his concentration shifts to the new business endeavor, he is aiding in the transition of his swimmers to the day-to-day tutelage of US Swim Coaching legend Jon Urbanchek.
Inquiries about Ikkos can be directed to Sean Hutchison at email@example.com.
Sean Hutchison 2009 Women’s World Championship Head Coach & 2008 US Olympic Assistant Coach.Edit
As head coach and owner of KING Aquatic Club in Seattle, Sean has developed KING into an organization which encourages success and getting people to believe in themselves. Intelligent and responsible training and technical methodologies are explored attempting to yield an engaging environment.