Conquering Breaststroke with a Spanish Olympian

by SwimSwam Contributors 6

February 14th, 2017 News, Video

Courtesy of Ryan Rosenbaum / Phlex Swim Channel

Do you want to swim breastroke more efficiently? The Breastroke Lane Line drill is just what you need. Successful breastrokers do it. Why shouldnt you?

This drill puts an emphasis on your head and upper body position. Swim normal breastroke perpendicular to the lane lines of the pool, using the lanes to divide the pool into strokes. The key to this drill is to get your head down after each stroke, and to press with your chest as you reach forward and start your next arm pull. Make sure to get into near streamline between each stroke, and to always finish your kick.

Stroke Clinic is our chance to spread some of our swimming knowledge to everyone. By improving various aspects of a swimmer through technique and drill corrections, you will find yourself a more efficient swimmer. No matter what your experience level.

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fly100

Footnote: After you master the drill, try it “blindfolded”. Disclaimer: Practice responsibly and not responsible if you “eat the lane line”.

Ryan Rosenbaum

Love this idea!

fly100

Love your videos…Continued success to team Phlex !

Ryan Rosenbaum

Thanks so much! We truly appreciate it

Lopez

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