Some great Kim Vandenberg butterfly video uploaded today. Focusing on head position, breathing, and the width of entry.
Here's a quick, fun way to learn more about your recovery in breaststroke.
This week's set is meant as a recovery set after a speed day, but it can sneak up on you if you do the 75s correctly. At the bottom is a modified version for less-speedy lanes.
Recovery set this week. Lots of fins, kick, drills, and easy swimming (except at the end :).
We've uploaded more videos of NCAA Champion and Portuguese Olympian, Carlos Almeida to www.goswimtv.com.
There's been a lot of talk lately about the straight-arm pull versus the bent-arm pull. Paddle versus propeller. Linear pull pattern versus S-shaped pull pattern. To figure out which is best for you, you need to experience both types of pull.
Warm down or cool down. Whatever you call it, with championship meets coming up, it's very important that swimmers understand the importance of completing it.
Many young breaststrokers search for power rather than finesse when trying to go fast. Sometimes forcing them into a rate above what's comfortable can help them keep the hands quick, and where they should be.
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A mellow recovery set or something more challenging...you decide.
This isn't really a drill...just something that happened this morning during a lesson.
Here's a quick drill using the wall to help develop the feeling of a flowing breaststroke.
Want to see what a beautiful butterfly pull feels like? Here's a drill anyone can do to learn the flowing feeling of fly when it all comes together.
This week we've uploaded 8 new short, super-slow-motion videos to goswimtv.com