Ready to take your swimming to the next level? Developing awesome habits is the ultimate shortcut to fast swimming. Here’s how to make them work for you.
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We prefer to recommend the Hex Bar / Trap Bar over a regular barbell because it helps to decrease shear forces on the lumbar spine. This allows you to stabilize your shoulders in neutral and promotes proper movement mechanics, especially with taller athletes.
Vaziri: Breaststroke involves an undulation to the stroke, it has a slight up motion at the end of the kick. Consisting mostly of a strong kick but follows through with a propulsion of the hips.
The Dumbbell Deadlift is one of our favorite exercises to increase your swimmer strength.
The KB/DB Goblet Squat is simply the Frog Squat movement but holding a kettlebell or dumbbell at chest height.
If you are doing this correctly, taking your time, staying low and keeping your hips level in all 4 directions, you should feel a good muscle ‘burn’ in your glutes and quads.
Today we are introducing the Frog Squat! The Frog Squat focuses on lower-extremity flexibilty, hip stability and posture.
The consistent application of good habits will get you success fast in the pool. Here is how to make habits work for you in the pool and in life.