ASU swimmer Grant House won two more events and fellow Sun Devil Emma Nordin won her second event at Day 3 of the Phoenix Sectional meet.
Grant House leads a contingent of ASU swimmers competing at the Phoenix Sectional meet. House won the 100 Free and 200 IM last night
Emma Nordin of Arizona State swam her first 1650 in over a year as she swam to victory during the first day of the Phoenix Sectionals.
Patrick Schramm of Brophy College Prep and Phoenix Swim Club has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Utah for 2018-19.
Katie McCoy from Xavier College Preparatory and Phoenix Swim Club has signed an NLI to swim for Boise State next fall.
Savanna Carlson from Phoenix Swim Club and Arcadia High School in Phoenix, Arizona, has verbally committed to swim for the University of Wisconsin beginning in the 2017-18 season.
Katie Higgins of Veritas Preparatory Academy and Phoenix Swim Club has verbally committed to University of Houston for 2017-18.
This circuit takes the swimmers through four types of equipment, Kettlebells, Medicine Balls, 1/2 Bosu Balls, and Power Plates. They go through each of those stations for :60 on :10 off for 5 rounds where the exercise changes each round.
Arizona state high school champion Allie Worrall, who swims with Phoenix Swim Club and Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix, is headed to Nebraska for 2016-17.
Elise Roediger of Phoenix Swim Club and Xavier College Preparatory has added her name to the red-hot recruiting class headed to the University of Wisconsin in the fall.
This group has done the exercise a lot this fall and every time Larry Arnold explains it I’m more convinced that this is why our walls are sharper than ever.
The Harvard Crimson have received verbal commitments from Arizona’s Matti Harrison and Massachusetts’ Jerrica Li.
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, with an aerobic element in the running.
420 burpies. Sounds basic but like everything with Larry Arnold, even the simplest exercise can be made into a layered workout.