Some fun change-ups for a long course morning practice.
If you want to have some fun with stretch cords and a Tempo Trainer, here's a quick, challenging sequence to help you learn a better pull.
Following this week's theme of finding one practice that works for all levels....
What do you do when you have long-course meets coming up, but practice in a short-course pool? Here's a practice that will help get you ready.
Continuing with fun games to play with stretch cords in swimming, it's time to introduce a bit more learning and pain. Sorry, no matter what you hear to the contrary, it's part of the sport.
True or false: Swim practices can be physically challenging, mentally challenging, and fun...all at the same time?
Here's a REALLY fun way to add some productive fun to your practices. Stretch-Cord Release takes the lessons learned from resisted swimming and converts them directly into actual swimming.
This week's set is actually several short sets that we combined into a stations workout for Masters practice this morning. The hula-hoop station was hilarious. If you don't have this exact list of equipment, just improvise with whatever cool equipment or challenges you can think of.
Ever wonder how it would feel to be an Olympic swimmer? Not the pride and glory part, but the in-the-water part - how it would feel to have the water moving past you THAT FAST.
Here is part of our practice from this morning. A little trick we saw last week from the big guy, J.L.
Knowing how to move your hands side to side in breaststroke, rather than pulling back is a skill all swimmers need to learn. This "fun" drill is a great way to see if you're able to do it effectively.