From Heart-Attack to World Records in Swimming

Larry Day, University of Michigan alum and the Founder/President of Pal Pace, is a well-known masters swimming champion.  The sport matters to Larry. It’s add to his quality of life. When he had a heart-attack, all of that was called into question. In the video feature above, Larry shares his journey, his relationship with his cardiologist, Dr. Kim Eagle, and how he returned to the sport of swimming better than ever.

Great swimming quotes from Larry you might appreciate:

Swimming for me…it’s almost physical meditation.

I like to unplug from live for awhile…and swimming does that for me.

About Larry’s company Pal Pace

The “Pace Pal” underwater pace clock was designed and developed by a lifelong swimmer. It’s challenging to keep motivated and stay on pace in the pool each day. The Pace Pal underwater pace clock was created to meet that need with it’s high contrast LCD screen and highly visible BOLD DIGITS. Naturally portable in nature, it weighs just over 3lbs and fits into exercise bags easily. It’s long life battery is also easy to replace if needed.

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