420 burpies. Sounds basic but like everything with Larry Arnold, even the simplest exercise can be made into a layered workout.
Larry Arnold takes swimmers from Phoenix Swim Club through a well known exercise focused on body and breath control.
Over 20 minutes of strength building that doubles for aerobic training.
It’s short course season and speed in and out of the walls can win or lose a race. Explosive strength can make the difference and developing that type of strength was the goal for this kettlebell progression with Larry Arnold.
Normally, I wouldn’t go out of my way to do running for dryland but with Larry Arnold it’s much more than just running.
ASU Coach Bob Bowman sat down with Garrett McCaffrey for an exclusive interview this weekend.
Can you teach speed? Larry Arnold is developing it. In this clip from a session with Phoenix Swim Club, he shows you one way he works his magic.
The main purpose of the day/practice is to push the athletes physically and mentally, but we also do some team meetings & educational sessions, team bonding and have some fun.
How can a rockette line help you finish your race? Larry Arnold will explain how.
Fixing injuries is more than just relieving the pain. It’s re-learning the movement.
Those swimmers who are able to carry a breathing rhythm in the water have a much better time finding easy speed in the early parts of the race and enough air for quality finishing speed at the end of races.
Phoenix Swim Club Strength Coach, Larry Arnold, takes you through the first 10 minutes of warm up for a Wednesday Dryland routine.
How can any dryland make you a better swimmer? Some great minds believe that there is no direct correlation between building strength on land and increased strength in the water. For the most part, I agree. But what about coordination?