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Swimming Vocabulary

Swimming Practice

Easy Version

Recommended Drills:

Underwater Recovery for freestyle

“​You will move through the pull phase of your stroke before sliding your arms back in front of your body. This allows you to focus on finding a high elbow catch that maintains contact with the water all the way through the pull.”

Underwater Freestyle/Scull

“​Great way to develop a solid feel for the water at the front end of all of your strokes. Pushing off the wall with both hands in front, You will go down the pool while moving your hands back and forth in front of you. Your hands should go no wider than shoulder width apart, and you should have just a slight flutter kick to help maintain your body position.”

Descend

“​Descending sets ask you to swim each repetition faster than the previous. Asks you to swim four 50’s with each one faster.”

Swimming Vocabulary

Recommended Drills:

Underwater Recovery for freestyle

“​You will move through the pull phase of your stroke before sliding your arms back in front of your body. This allows you to focus on finding a high elbow catch that maintains contact with the water all the way through the pull.”

Underwater Freestyle/Scull

“​Great way to develop a solid feel for the water at the front end of all of your strokes. Pushing off the wall with both hands in front, You will go down the pool while moving your hands back and forth in front of you. Your hands should go no wider than shoulder width apart, and you should have just a slight flutter kick to help maintain your body position.”

Descend

“​Descending sets ask you to swim each repetition faster than the previous. Asks you to swim four 50’s with each one faster.”

Swimming Vocabulary

Swimming Practice

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Recommended Drills

Rotation: ​For every six kicks, rotate to the other side. Make sure your head is straight

Catching Freestyle

Recommended Drills:

Underwater Recovery for freestyle

“​You will move through the pull phase of your stroke before sliding your arms back in front of your body. This allows you to focus on finding a high elbow catch that maintains contact with the water all the way through the pull.”

Underwater Freestyle/Scull

“​Great way to develop a solid feel for the water at the front end of all of your strokes. Pushing off the wall with both hands in front, You will go down the pool while moving your hands back and forth in front of you. Your hands should go no wider than shoulder width apart, and you should have just a slight flutter kick to help maintain your body position.”

Descend

“​Descending sets ask you to swim each repetition faster than the previous. Asks you to swim four 50’s with each one faster.”