This week, visiting Aquajets in Minnesota, we got a glimpse of how they work on stable head position by limited … READ
Part of our trip is finding those who inspire us to continue to be better. This week, the drill is … READ
This drill is part of our Backstroke – Skill Progression with Rohan Taylor course on our subscription site. This is one … READ
Maintaining your momentum from underwater dolphins to swimming, requires a clean breakout, avoiding resistance. Why do it: If you’ve worked … READ
Coaches everywhere wish all their swimmers understood some simple aspects of swimming. One is how to get your body into a … READ
Not all drills are about body position, and this one sure isn’t.
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.
We’ve focused on backstroke kick before, but this is a small detail that can also help your entire body position.
When our swimmers start to move forward to a more advanced level, it’s time to take some time to focus on hand speed.
Incorporating simple balance drills during kick sets has dual benefits to your swimming.