Gary Hall Sr.

Sue Bird And Eddy Alvarez To Bear Flags For USA At Tokyo Opening Ceremonies

Basketball player Sue Bird and baseball player Eddy Alvarez will carry the flag for the United States at the Tokyo 2020 opening ceremonies.

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Gary Hall Jr. And Gary Hall Sr. Criticize USOPC’s Proposed Flag Redesign

Olympic medalists Gary Hall Sr. and Gary Hall Jr. appeared on Fox News this week, criticizing the USOPC’s proposal to “rebrand” its American flag logo.

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Winning Life’s Gold Medal: Ten Valuable Life lessons from the Olympic Games

Olympic icon Gary Hall Sr. makes me feel lazy—in the most positive way. He is a reminder of how to live your life daily with purpose.

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Respirazione Bilaterale Nello Stile Libero E’ Davvero Utile?

La respirazione bilaterale nello stile libero è davvero efficace? Perchè insegnarla? Alcuni falsi miti sulla respirazione da entrambi i lati

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Reducing Frontal Drag With Hammer Head Swim Caps

The Race Club’s Dr. Gary Hall Sr. explains how the Hammer Head caps effectively reduce frontal drag and allow your swimming speed to reach the next level.

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Three Great Home Exercises To Build a Better Butterfly

Butterfly is the most difficult swimming stroke to do well, requiring incredible amounts of strength in the legs, core and shoulders.

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Three Home Exercises to Build a Better Breaststroke

Breaststroke is the toughest stroke to teach and learn, partly because it requires a different set of tools in order to do well than the other three strokes.

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Three Home Exercises to Build a Better Backstroke

Gary Hall Sr.: “After teaching backstroke for years…I am more successful teaching the proper pulling motion and body rotation with the swimmers…”

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The Race Club Hosts Free Webinars April 23rd and 24th

Join us for a  FREE Webinar April 24th, 1 PM EST, with Alabama Swimming Head Coach Coley Stickels. Coley is known for his innovative dryland routines.

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The Race Club Hosts Free Webinars Thursday and Friday With Olympians

The Race Club Hosts Free Webinars with Olympian Kim Vandenberg on Thursday and with Alabama Swimming coach Coley Stickels and Olympian Ryan Held on Friday.

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The Race Club Hosts Free Webinar Friday with Coley Stickels, Gary Hall Sr.

The Race Club is hosting a free webinar with Head Coach of Alabama Swimming, Coley Stickels, on Friday, April 3, at 1 p.m. ET.

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Reducing Frontal Drag, Racing Caps

To compete in swimming at your very best, every possible effort should be made to reduce frontal drag during your race.

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Turn Techniques Part 1: When to Start the Dolphin Kick

There are 3 controversial topics regarding the dolphin kicks taken off each wall on turns: when to initiate the first and final kicks and how many to take.

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Reducing Frontal Drag – Tech Suits

Frontal drag is the enemy of the swimmer and reducing it needs to be a primary objective. Since tech suits are not inexpensive, are they worth the investment?

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Swimming Efficiency – What Does It Mean?

Swimming efficiently is important and without it, we probably won’t win a race. Coaches tend to equate swimming efficiency with speed. They are not the same.

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