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Natalie Coughlin Focusing on Cookbook While Cullen Jones Eyes Next Olympics

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NEW YORK — Speedo is determined to get more people into the water and has teamed with Life Time Fitness on a boot camp class called Water Xtreme that will launch at more than 40 Life Time clubs by April 1.
Each class will be taught by certified instructors who will be outfitted in Speedo apparel and footwear and will include the company’s aquatic training tools such as a water shoe, special paddles and a push plate.
In a launch event at Life Time’s New York location on Thursday, Speedo USA president John Graham said: “Traditional lap swimming continues to be a great full-body workout, but we know the power of aquatic training goes beyond horizontal swimming and look forward to introducing Life Time’s members to this full-body training experience.”
Olympians — and Speedo-sponsored athletes — Natalie Coughlin and Cullen Jones joined a class at the club, using kettle balls, vipers and other tools to mix up their workout.
Coughlin, a 12-time Olympic medalist, said she last competed in Tahiti in October, but most of her time these days is taken up working on a cookbook that will be out in the spring of 2019. “And I’m also starting a wine label in the

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