Swim Video is courtesy of David Marsh Performance and Queens University of Charlotte, a SwimSwam Swim Camp Partner.
This video is looking at breaststroke from 3 different angle. This gives us a great generalized concept of the stroke so we can tweak and adjust. With this group of videos in particular, we are doing an analysis to find the best balance between a narrow kick and a kick that draws up a little wider. When pulling the feet up, since it does not cause any propulsion, the kick needs to have as little resistance as possible. Historically Coach Marsh teaches a very narrow kick, but looking at some different styles of breaststroke on the international level the team here is opening up to the idea of finding a balance between an ultra-narrow and a wider kick. Hope you enjoy the video!
Join David Marsh, Olympic Coach and CEO of SwimMAC Carolina, at the Royals Swim Camp presented by the University of Queens in Charlotte and David Marsh Performance.
Camp Focus: The focus of this camp is technique and training with all four strokes, turns, and starts. Our goal is to challenge you physically and mentally, and teach you the best ways to approach training sessions and seasons.
What to Expect: During your stay at Queens your drills and workouts will be designed with your summer goals in mind so that we can best prepare you for success at your championship meets.
Who This Camp Is For: Registered competitive swimmers looking for a training challenge. For the best results, swimmers ages 11-18 are best suited for this camp.
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