This drill was inspired by Aaron Peirsol, who has always been a positive presence in the Austin swimming community where I grew up.
Our Coaches Don’t Have A Clue: We all know somebody who can argue any point, who can take something absurd and rationalize it until it sounds reasonable. This is how coaches clung for decades to arguments against muscle mass in swimming
Shark Attack has many of the same benefits as standard Tarzan drill but to amplified effect due to the heightened threat of sinking when only pulling with one arm.
“My dad is better than your dad” has instigated playground fights since Woolly Mammoths roamed playscapes. By calling my dad “the best swim dad of all time,” I don’t mean to pick a fight: I am simply celebrating my own father with a superlative.
“Doing” drills doesn’t improve stroke technique and doesn’t foster faster swimming. You need to “train” your drills.
Bridger Bell has been appointed the Columbus North varsity swimming coach for the 2015-16 season, athletic director Jeff Hester announced Tuesday (June 2).
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In this video, Johns Hopkins freshman swimmer Gwynnie LaMastra demonstrates the “breaststroke connectedness” drill described in the article “What All Great Breaststrokers Do (that the rest don’t).”
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