Another new chapter from our Breaststroke Basics video.
The sport has changed and if you're not making moves to go with it, maybe it's time to take a serious look at soccer.
Getting back to basics today with Barbara's masters group. Working streamlines, pushoffs, and distance off the walls.
Want to see if you've REALLY mastered streamline? Try holding streamline as you spin in 360 rotation.
If you're not swimming FAST at practice, you should be THINKING at practice. This week's set is a thinking set, requiring focus and core control.
Making sure you reach your specified distance off each turn is very important. So important, we use noodles.
Starting the season, you want to make sure you set your standards... and stick to them.
Has your pool been closed for renovation? This week's set is a good way to get everyone back in the groove after a week or two of no swimming.
The intensity and integrity of every one of your pushoffs, should be this good.
Here's a set for Groundhog's Day that combines teamwork and a lot of underwater breath control.
Mellow 400s today, interspersed with 75s that get faster throughout the set.
Short set in every stroke today, including a very short butterfly set that keeps popping up....
What's the single most important thing you can do to improve your swimming? Streamline!
Teaching young swimmers to "finish the process" of each stroke of breaststroke is the beginning of a long journey of stroke building.