We’re stepping way back here, to the simplest, yet most important skill in competitive swimming. Coach’s from across the world … READ
When working with new swimmers, it’s very important they start to understand that everything they do in practice has a … READ
What kind of line do you carry into the water from your start, and how does your bodyline ultimately impact just how far you have to “swim”?
Sometimes we’re so caught up in the hard training of swimming, we forget to just experience the water.
Here’s another twist on combining two strokes into one drill to keep the mind firing on all cylinders.
Looking to overload your fly just a bit more? Hereâ€™s a stabilization exercise that overloads both the front and back of your butterfly.
While we’ve spent years focusing on a narrow breaststroke kick, we can’t forget that we need to make sure the feet are connecting correctly no matter where the push initiates.
Not all drills are about body position, and this one sure isn’t.
Here’s a simple aspect you can add to any set to give you some insight on what you actually know about your stroke.
Over a decade ago as we were starting the Drill of the Week, we published a drill called Shoulder Pop. It’s great that’s still so valid, and here’s some advanced views on that.