Here is a little number that I like to call Dream On. It might sound a little harsh but it is meant to get swimmers to think big (not that they couldn’t do this on their own, but the set helps). We did this test set throughout the season last year. In the middle of the season we used it to get the swimmers to think about what was possible and how much work they had ahead of them. When this set is done at the end of the season, it is a good way of letting you know exactly where you are.

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The Trying Times

There comes a time in every season when you get to the point where you are in uncharted waters. No matter how much you plan, or how much experience you have, things will change.

The picture of the week shows Dave Denniston’s immaculate breaststroke turn form. Pay particular attention to his elbow. As always, discussion is welcomed.

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It was impossible to watch Sportscenter this week without hearing the same story over and over. TO (Terrell Owens) has been suspended from the Eagles organization indefinitely.

The Hold Back

This past Saturday we had one of THOSE PRACTICES. Anyone who has coached knows that THOSE PRACTICES are never good.