Ritter shared his insights on swimming specific dryland, and a few of his stories training elites during his time at SwimMAC with David Marsh.
Knowing the best dryland performance tests for swimmers can be tricky but we give three quick ones you can give to any swimmer.
Your dryland training can yield big results with just 3 small changes regarding exercise ratios, using 3 training phases, and knowing your goals.
Learn about the three hidden factors of successful dryland workouts and how you can use these to have your dryland workouts be more effective.
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Keeping variety in your dryland workouts and dryland program can seem challenging but it’s simpler than you think if you follow these guidelines.
Pull-ups for swimmers is a critical exercise both for improvement but also in assessing an athlete’s pulling strength which correlates well to their speed.
Creating a successful dryland workout depends largely on eight variables and how you program them both session-to-session and during the overall season.
Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified and learn how to harness the potential improvement that’s possible through a sound dryland program.
Core training is vital to a swimmer’s success, but if an athlete isn’t able to properly breathe there’s no amount of core training they can do to make it up.
Swimmers need to get stronger, but not by becoming bulky. Learn how you can get stronger without gaining muscle mass with the proper dryland program.
An optimal dryland workout that follows these 3 training goals is going to create a better athlete, and better athletes always produce faster swimmers.
SURGE Strength – Raising the Standard of Dryland Training for Swimming. Learn how to Build Better Athletes to Generate Faster Swimmers.
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