If you want great underwaters, you have to start with the right angle. Here’s a drill that’s fun for kids, and teaches good habits.
Developing the ability to sneak through the surface on a start can help you carry more speed into your swimming.
The angle at which you leave the wall on backstroke can help you enter the water faster, and ready for your underwater dolphins.
What’s rarer than the date 12/12/12? How about an Alabama alum praising a Tennessee alum on demonstrating the definitive Tennessee Turn?
If you want FAST turns and some interesting training, one good trick is to take the wall out of the equation.
How you get IN the water says a lot about a swimmer. But so does how you get up and OUT.
Swim practice is always a great place to actually… practice… techniques that you’ll be using in races.
Want really fast breakouts from your starts? Here’s a quick drill that will help.
Even though the majority of time at swim practice is spent going back and forth, it’s the switching from one direction to the other that is more important than ever.
Swimming fast isn’t just about a great pushoff and streamline.