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In this segment, coach of the 2011 NCAA champions in the 100 and 200 breaststroke events, Kelly Kremer, puts together all of the elements of breaststroke. The kick and the arm pull along with adding tempo and speed allows for a complete, successful stroke.
This demonstration will show you an ideal technical breaststroke that is forward focused.
University of Minnesota Head Women’s Swimming Coach, Kelly Kremer, provides you with proper breaststroke kicking techniques. The instruction and demonstration in this segment will help athletes swim the most efficient breaststroke as possible.
Get technical breakdown of the breaststroke kick in the clip above.
Kelly Kremer details the pull phase of the stroke, which will help you achieve a championship-caliber breaststroke. Demonstrating these drills for Coach Kremer are two NCAA Champions: Jillian Tyler (NCAA Champion 100M Breaststroke) and Haley Spencer (NCAA Champion 200M Breaststroke). Use these pulling exercises to swim a faster breaststroke in your next meet!
Getting the hands through the arm pull quickly is important. Also, focus on getting the swimmer to lunge forward on the pull with fast flat recovery of the hands into the glide position.
Mark Onstott is the Head Swimming Coach at New Trier High School. He’s also coached in a variety of different venues as well. Coach Onstott discusses the core beliefs of his team broken down to a few simple points. See what advice you can pick up that will benefit your team’s philosophy.
He also discusses the philosophy that is the backbone of the swimming program and how every swimmer is important to the success of the team.
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Strength and Conditioning Coach at Auburn University, Bryan Karkoska has worked with legendary swimming coach, Richard Quick. Learn a variety of strength training drills that will help your team be in the best shape possible to swim faster!
In an assortment of dryland drills, Bryan explains incorporating a medicine ball to build tricep strength. He discussed the nuances of each exercise and discusses proper body positioning to gain the maximum benefit for each movement.
Bryan and a swimmer perform a few pull-up variations. Some of the more advanced variations are not for beginners, but for swimmers who have developed a great deal of functional strength.
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