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All Strokes - Trailing-Hands Sculling

By Glenn Mills to All Strokes (IM) | Jul 09, 2013 06:00AM

Watch the great swimmers' hands, and you'll see how soft they are when they swim. They're always searching to find that constant connection with the water.


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Pic of the Week - OLD School Paddles

By Glenn Mills to Pic of the Week | Apr 04, 2013 08:48AM

Masters keep the nicest things from their past.


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Equipment - Drag+Fly

By Glenn Mills to All Strokes (IM) | Dec 26, 2012 10:00AM

If you're looking to add some resistance to a particular swimmer or stroke, consider the Drag+Fly. We were sent one of these a couple months ago, and thought we'd give it a try.


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Eney Buoy & D-Band Preview

By Glenn Mills to Freestyle | Oct 18, 2012 04:00PM

A couple great swimmers sent me a couple new products they developed. Turns out they work great together.


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Main Set Monday - Ankle Pull-Buoy

By Glenn Mills to Silver (Intermediate) | Sep 24, 2012 02:09PM

In what turns out to be a bit more torturous than it initially sounds, incorporating this drill for an entire practice keeps you thinking.


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Drill of the Week - FINIS Agility Paddles

By Glenn Mills to All Strokes (IM) | Sep 11, 2012 10:00AM

Last week at the ASCA World Clinic, there were a lot of great new products, and one of our favorites was the new FINIS Agility Paddle.


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Swimming Pic of the Week - Michigan Team Elite

By Glenn Mills to Pic of the Week | Jun 07, 2012 11:02AM

Now visiting Ann Arbor, Michigan and working with Team Elite at the University of Michigan.


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Main Set Tuesday - Pull on the Lane Line

By Glenn Mills to Silver (Intermediate) | May 22, 2012 02:18PM

Never miss the opportunity to teach. Yesterday's practice showed some consistent errors in the masters group, so we decided to teach with a fun set.


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Main Set Wednesday - May 16, 2012

By Glenn Mills to Silver (Intermediate) | May 16, 2012 03:25PM

Borrowing from an old drill, here's a fun set sure to get you more aware of your hands.


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Backstroke - Pulling on the Lane Line Again

By Glenn Mills to Backstroke | May 15, 2012 08:28AM

Revisiting an old drill originally posted in 2003, some things just never go out of style.


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All Strokes - The Crutch

By Glenn Mills to All Strokes (IM) | Apr 30, 2012 05:50PM

This may be seen as more rant than drill, and some will like it, and some will not.  Either way, the pull buoy is what it is... a useful piece of swim equipment.


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Swimming Set of the Week - March 16, 2012

By Barbara Hummel to Set of the Week | Mar 16, 2012 12:33AM

Freestyle technique is your focus in the first half of the set. Putting that technique into practice with a classic 10 X 100 is your focus on the second half.


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All Strokes - Forearm Strength

By Glenn Mills to All Strokes (IM) | Mar 13, 2012 08:00AM

If you're looking for something to strengthen your forearms, especially for breaststroke, here's a quick drill that will do the trick.


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New Roland Schoeman Clips Found and Uploaded

By Glenn Mills to Online Premium Videos | Dec 19, 2011 03:20PM

We found some never-before-seen footage of Roland Schoeman training that we've posted at www.goswimtv.com


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Butterfly - Perp Drill

By Glenn Mills to Butterfly | Oct 04, 2011 07:13AM

If you've ever seen any TV police drama, there will be a scene where the suspect is placed against the wall, hands high, and pressed forward so the police can search him. This position just happens to be a great example of the press on butterfly.



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