Tennessee Works Tuesday AM Power + Speed | PRACTICE + PANCAKES

SwimSwam was on deck in Knoxville for a Tuesday morning practice with the University of Tennessee. There were two main workouts, the distance-oriented and the sprint-oriented athletes, but both groups were doing some form of resistance and power. While the distance group got into it pretty quickly with buckets and pace, the sprint group took their time warming up with drills and skills before working on the buckets and finishing with fins and socks. See both workouts below (Sprint workout is first, then distance):

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1 month ago

Thanks for sharing.

1 month ago

Yo put some respect on his name…it’s Jarel Dillard!

Reply to  B1Guy!
1 month ago

5:24….come on man

1 month ago

Love posting the workout with the video. Gives a much better sense of intention.

1 month ago

but what is crooks and caribe’s 75 with fins?

Reply to  Andrew
1 month ago

Wish we brought that back

1 month ago

Hi Coleman,

Thank you for the video. To answer your question about what I liked. I liked your feedback about what was happening in the video and what you took away from the set/practice. I also appreciate it when you’re able to post the entire workout so that we see how they flow through the practice and build into each other.

A question regarding the practices. Was the tower/rack work on a separate sheet, done verbally by the coach, or am I just missing it on the sheets?


1 month ago

A casual 4.8 15Y dive from Crooks at the end of practice, my goodness

1 month ago

So this was back on January 10th?

Reply to  chazoozle
1 month ago

Yes I believe so. It was the week before the Pro Swim.

College pep
1 month ago

Tennessee’s distance practice shorter then Floridas sprinters practice

About Coleman Hodges

Coleman Hodges

Coleman started his journey in the water at age 1, and although he actually has no memory of that, something must have stuck. A Missouri native, he joined the Columbia Swim Club at age 9, where he is still remembered for his stylish dragon swim trunks. After giving up on …

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