FINIS Set of the Week: Climb the Ladder

Set of the Week is courtesy of FINIS, a SwimSwam partner.

This week’s set comes from Randy Kasir, a former swimmer & current Business Development Representative for FINIS.

First half of the ladder is freestyle then climbing down is IM.

25 – EZ
50- Freestyle swim down, head up coming back
75- Freestyle Kick
100 – Sprint
125 – Free Pull
150- Build by 50
175 – Sprint on even 25’s
200 – Freestyle breathe every 5th strokes
200 – IM
175 – Fly/Free, Back/Free, Breast/Free, Free
150- 50 Fly, 50 Back, 50 Breast Build within 50
125- Stroke no free pull
100 – IM Sprint
75 – Kick Fly/Back/Brst
50 – Fly swim down, head up Fly coming back
25- EZ

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About FINIS, Inc.

John Mix and Olympic Gold Medal swimmer Pablo Morales founded FINIS in Northern California in 1993 with a mission to simplify swimming for athletes, coaches, beginners and lifelong swimmers around the world. Today, FINIS fulfills that mission through innovation, high-quality products and a commitment to education. FINIS products are currently available in over 80 countries. With a focus on innovation and the fine details of swimming, FINIS will continue to develop products that help more people enjoy the water.

Set of the Week is courtesy of FINIS, Inc., a SwimSwam partner.

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AfterShock

Head up Fly? Even Tarzan never swam that!

Esther

Just curious…What’s the benefit of doing head-up butterfly? I’ve not seen that drill before and would appreciate any additional details about how/why to do it. Thanks!

Perasgal

I would think that drill is to 1)Have to kick stronger 2)Keeping your body above the surface (both go hand in hand)

Some swimmers in their fly go to deep once they enter with their arms so possibly this might be a good drill to work on that.

I would do that 50 the other way around so that the second 25 with swim regular stroke but feeling like you can stay higher in the water.

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