Neither of these exercises is overly complicated but Larry Arnold has taken time to set up technique for both movements with this senior group from Phoenix Swim Club:
This was just the final part of our weekly hour session with Larry. The circuit itself is similar to the work the swimmers do in the water where their anaerobic capacity is being worked, by the kettle bells, followed by an aerobic element in the running. 300 yards of running (6 lengths), while your partner executes kettlebell snatches that simulate streamlines. We go through each station twice.
If you would like to see more from Larry Arnold and his work with swimmers, check out these videos:
If you’re interested in having Larry out to do some sessions with your club email him:[email protected] I also recommend giving him a follow on Instagram @larryarnoldgram and Twitter @wehatelarry. Anything else you need to know you can find at www.wehatelarry.com.