In Part I of the series, we go through the study and the findings of phase one on mid-distance and distance freestyle.
The muscles in the shoulder and arm act as a stabilizing chains helping to control movement. This is so important for swimming.
Swimmers mature from young children to adults in the pool and we need a tool to support their growth, performance, and reduce their injuries.
It’s not just about quality and quantity of training anymore, it’s also about Conscious and Subconscious training strategies.
In parts one and two, I went over the basic idea of Posterior Oblique Sling (POS) exercise for swimmers. During the writing process, I found out, that it is not easy trying to explain new concepts in writing.
All competitive strokes have a different amount of connection points. In long axis strokes, there is also difference in between sprint and distance techniques.
Glute activation alone can be a difficult for athlete to manage. We see this even at the Olympic level, in a form of performances where athlete is very front line dominated.