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SPORTS SPOTLIGHT: Moss Spring Swim ClubWaynesboro Record HeraldOn the competitive side, Moss Spring focuses on teaching proper swimming techniques to participants ages 5-18. The swimmers are split into two levels based on age and ability where they compete amongst teams within the Interstate Swim League that ...
Swimming to the TopPatch.comCoaches work with swimmers on technique in the freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly. Evening practices begin June 1 until school lets out on June 15, when practice moves to mornings. There are five regular season meets and three ...
Miami University AthleticsEleven Recruits Added to Miami Women's Swimming TeamMiami University AthleticsWHITNEY MITCHELL--Libertyville HS, Green Oaks, Ill. (IM, butterfly) - Whitney competed in swimming, soccer and track at Libertyville High ... coached at the prep level by Erik Rogers and at the club level by Vlad Pyshenenko ... she was a three-time ...
Brendan Hansen on Comeback Trail & Other Odds and EndsSwimmingWorldMagazine.comAgain: Phelps WILL NOT lose the 200 butterfly in major competition. **In a recent interview for a Swimming World Magazine piece, Ous Mellouli indicated he is likely to race the 400 freestyle at the London Olympics, rather than toy with the idea of ...
Relays propel Coronado's pursuit of girls crownLas Vegas Review-Journal"All the training we've done so far this season will definitely help," said Luna, who won the 100 butterfly region title in 50.19. "We're paying attention on technique and the final touches so it all comes together." Contact reporter Tristan Aird at ...and more »
East Surry's star swimmers chose collegesMount Airy NewsEvery day builds off the one before as they learn better technique and then put it to use. Kids start swimming early and grow up in a program; the ones with dedication succeed, they said. “You can't just come out for the swim team and be successful,” ...
Assistant COY Honorable Mention: Drew HancockCollegeSwimming.comI had just finished the 200 Butterfly - a race that ended in disappointment for me. Both Drew and I consider myself one of the hardest workers on the team, so naturally we were both extremely frustrated and confused when talking over how the race went. ...and more »
Charlotte Ultraswim 2011: Eric Knight attempting long climb to Olympics under ...Washington Post“Who knows what will happen once we get some technique in him,” said Nick Thoman, a world-record holder in the 100 backstroke. “He's really raw.” The elite team at SwimMAC represents one of three post-graduate training centers in swimming in the United ...and more »
waatermark SEASONCamarillo AcornFLY GIRL— Above, Camarillo High junior swimmer Alicia Lewsadder works on her butterfly technique at practice earlier this week. Lewsadder helped the Scorpion girls go 10-0 in the regular season and 5-0 in Pacific View League meets. ...
Westlake dominates Marmonte swim finalsSimi Valley AcornThe Warriors chanted “Westlake! Westlake!” to a fevered crescendo before the final race, the boys' 400 freestyle relay. “Swimming is such a psychological sport,” Irmas said. “You need training and technique and practice, but if you're pumped and your ...
Prep swimming: Section's top swimmers ready for the spotlightLodi News-SentinelLast year, as a sophomore, Griffith won the 200 freestyle with a time of 1 minute, 48.77 seconds and took the 100 butterfly title with a time of 54.27. She beat out teammate Katelynne Herrington, who holds the section record in the 100 fly (54.22), ...and more »
REGIONAL SWIM PREVIEW: Sensational sophomoresLahontan Valley NewsAnderson qualified in every event (50, 100, 200 and 500-yard freestyle, 200 individual medley, 100 butterfly, 100 backstroke and 100 breaststroke). However, Anderson can only swim in two events at regionals and is slated to compete in the 100 fly and ...and more »
...are published on Yahoo! to start contributing your own sports content. The butterfly stroke is one of the more difficult swimming techniques to master. It takes a lot of body coordination to get your body to move in the dolphin-like motion. Often, due to...
Prep swimming: Redwood's flying Frenchman eyes Junior Olympics after MCALs ...Marin Independent-JournalSandy Bole, of Redwood, swimming the butterfly leg during his victory in the 200 individual medley during the MCAL swimming championship at Tamalpais High in Mill Valley on Saturday, May 15, 2010. (IJ archive) LIKE EVERY other high ...
When performing the butterfly stroke, pay attention to the position of your feet, keeping them close together in an imitation of a mermaid's fin. See how it's done in this free video on swimming. Expert: Barbara Feller Bio: Barbara Feller has a BS in Exercise Science Teaching and a BA in Psychology. Barbara swam on the University of Utah swim team and has taught swimming for more than 8 years. Filmmaker: Nathan Moffett Series Description: If you're ready to take your swimming technique to the next level, grab your kick board and your goggles and learn how to perfect your strokes, kicking and breathing. A professional instructor puts you in the swim of things in this free video series.
www.effortlessbutterfly.com Have you ever wondered why some people can swim fast and smooth butterfly and you can't? Effortless Butterfly teaches you how to become a fast butterfly swimmer.
Ultimately, the sport of competitive swimming is about racing. Finding what skills, or weapons, work best for you in those races is key to winning.
Zoggs video on Butterfly swim technique
Butterfly swimming technique.
Zoggs Butterfly Technique video aims to help with the rhythm and positioning of the body during this stroke. The more rhythmic you are in the stroke, the easier it becomes... Take a look!
Elite Swim Coach Matt Kredich (University of Tennessee) shows how he uses his "old friend" the Vasa Trainer to teach champion swimmers the proper high elbow catch and pull sets up the stroke to gain maximum power and speed. This shorter video clip is part of Coach Kredich's outstanding DVD, "All Access Butterfly", by Championship Productions. To view a full length video clip, please visit: www.vasatrainer.com To purchase the complete "All Access Butterfly" DVD, please visit: www.championshipproductions.com
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A Shaw way to fly Alexander technique..Butterfly
A Shaw way to fly Alexander technique..Butterfly
Nikita Konovalov. This guy from Russia... %) Very fast and powerful movements by feet! %)
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butterfly swimming technique by SwimmingLessonsLondon.co.uk, this video was shot in London and shows correct technique and the two beat kick, with 2 stroke breathing. with correct training the stroke can be very efficient.
Split screen video of two swimmer's butterfly strokes illustrating the differences in their timing. Most of the video is half speed slow motion with one stroke cycle shown in super-slow motion.
two kick butterfly drops 2 seconds at 50m long course. Improve your stroke. Many kids are swimming by one kick.
100 butterfly. Alex Tarasov MACS swim team. DU Tops competition. Denver. 10 and under. swimming technique.
Wesley Borden demonstrating good butterfly stroke technique at the age of 15. This video contains a view of his stroke from all angles. 100 Butterfly Times (at the age of 15): 54.96 SCY and 1:01.24 LCM
www.mindbites.com Freestyle, Breaststroke, 2 types of competition-legal tuck turns, and Shark-Fin drills to improve arm technique during freestyle. The lesson uses in-water and underwater video as well as a casual presentational style that is "instantly effective without being wordy". Jeremy raced the Monaco Ironman 70.3, the Longhorn Ironman 70.3, and the Highland Lakes 15 mile open water Swim (9:14:16) in 2008. Jeremy's first triathlon of the 2009 racing season began by taking 1st place at the Cap Tex Tri on the 400 m swim against 255 other athletes (racing in the First Tri distance rather than Sprint as the result of a registration snafu). Callie went to Colorado high school state swimming championships in the 50 m freestyle distance and trained extensively to race in the 50 - 400 m freestyle distance. Together they teach swimming using video to accelerate rapid progression (typically 1-on-1 clients go from 25 m swimmers to 2000 m swimmers in 4 - 8 weeks.) In addition they race together and Jeremy & Callie are a relay team racing in the 2009 Masters Championships in freestyle. Jeremy can swim 200 m of open water in 2:06, (a 16:48 min/mile pace), slowing down to a 23 minute / mile pace in on open water multi-mile distances. Callie is consistantly at 2:57 - 3:08 on 200 m and 25 min/mile on freestyle open water multi-mile distances.
www.mindbites.com Jeremy, a swimming and triathlon instructor, explains some basic techniques like floating and breathing and covers a few common strokes such as breaststroke, backstroke, freestyle and butterfly.
An alternative fin swimming technique that is useful when swimming under the water. On the surface it is less efficient. I personally prefer this style over the "regular style" when swimming submerged.
In our first of a short series on discovering efficiency, we started with counting strokes. With that as our basis, we're going to add a simple step to that focus point... speed. Understanding that speed will be calculated with our standard measurement in swimming, time.
Free swimming method and tips for everybody everybodyswim.blogspot.com
Free swimming method and tips for everybody everybodyswim.blogspot.com
When many swimmers begin the quest to develop the most efficient freestyle, the initial focus seems to be on a low stroke count. However, the lowest stroke count is far from being the most efficient stroke.
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Brenton Ford and Sam Ashby run through the four main points of swimming which apply to all four of the competitive strokes. www.effortless-swimming.com
With summer and the open-water season fast approaching, here's a quick technique to help you get air in the chop, while not causing you any extra effort.
While we've focused on single-arm freestyle before, we gave only one side of the story. Since freestyle is the mainstay of swim training, here are three single-arm variations to help keep things interesting.
A consistent kick is a skill most freestylers desire; however, most of us weren't born with it. Learning how to incorporate the ultimate kick, a 6-beat kick, into your swimming initially seems like a very daunting task. The 1-2-3 Drill can help you learn this skill.
Heres a fun drill that tests the upper limit of your flutter kick...and the lower limit of your Tempo Trainer.
Every great coach will tell you: Mastering the fundamentals is the first step toward mastering your sport. And in every sport, DRILLS are the fastest way to learn the fundamentals. With extraordinary underwater footage, and with clear instructions that explain how AND WHY to do each drill, this DVD presents 24 drills that will help you master the fundamentals of fast freestyle and backstroke.
In GO SWIM BUTTERFLY, Gold Medalist Misty Hyman shares the key focus points that she uses in her training and clinics to develop perfect butterfly technique. Misty's six focus points work for every level of swimmer -- novice to elite -- and you don't have to learn drills or change your normal workout routine in order to incorporate them into your stroke. You can start to apply them immediately, the next time you go to the pool. The extraordinary swimming footage of Misty, combined with her clear, step-by-step instruction, will help take your butterfly to the next level.
In Go Swim Straight-Arm Freestyle, Olympic gold and silver medalist Scott Tucker shares his key focus points for developing this increasingly popular freestyle technique. Scotts six focus points work for every level of swimmer -- novice to elite -- and you can start to apply them immediately, next time you go to the pool. The extraordinary swimming footage of Scott, combined with clear, step-by-step instruction, will help you explore straight-arm freestyle to see if its right for you...or help you fine-tune the stroke if you already use it.
In GO SWIM SPRINT FREESTYLE, Olympic gold medalist and world record holder Roland Schoeman shares the key focus points that he uses to develop his awesome freestyle technique. Roland's six focus points work for every level of swimmer - novice to elite - and you can start to apply them immediately, next time you go to the pool. The extraordinary swimming footage of Roland, combined with clear, step-by-step instruction, will help take your freestyle to the next level.
In GO SWIM FREESTYLE, Karlyn shares her key focus points for freestyle. Her six focus points work for every level of swimmer -- novice to elite -- and are the same concepts she teaches at her clinics and uses in her own training. The extraordinary swimming footage of Karlyn, combined with clear, step-by-step instruction, will help take your freestyle to the next level.