Good lawd, that's fast.
Tough like woodpecker lips. 22 hearty souls are swimming in 70 degree water and 55 degree air to celebrate our last Friday outdoor practice of the season. One more L4 practice on Sunday then we'll see you all back at Providence Red Center on Monday at 0530.
L4 Swimming - Burke
Creative use of the #finis band to narrow your Breaststroke kick, reduce drag and improve power.
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“There’s a reason for the inflammation” in the body after exercise, she says. “It’s part of the regenerative process and not a bad thing.” In fact, at the cellular level, she says, “it does look as if no pain means no gain.”
We don't do a lot - some would say but enough - breaststroke in our practices, but here are some tips and a drill for you to work on to be a better breaststroker.
Kick Down Breaststroke is a swim drill that allows you to work on several techniques. Whether it's the coupling motion of the head snapping down, a narrow kick or a tight streamline out front a coach can emphasize any of them to their swimmers in this drill. #swimisodes
Not about the interpretation of the rule. The rule is horrible.
ICYMI Today's Workout: 10min Warm Up, 3 x 100 Drill, 200/150/100/50 Build @ :15 Rest, Main Set: 2 x 400 @ :30 Rest, 4 x 200 @ :15 Rest, 8 x 100 @ :10 Rest. Be faster at the end of each set than you were at the first. See you Friday!
Excellent illustration of the high elbow catch / early vertical forearm (EVF). [Note the toys on deck: fins, snorkel and Finis body position kickboard.]