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Generate Maximum Momentum for Your Freestyle Turns!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Monday, December 1, 2014

5X NCAA “Coach of the Year”, Richard Quick, explains how to generate maximum momentum for the freestyle turn by dipping the body underwater before making the somersault.

The Freestyle Turn

Coach Quick explains the problem occurs when the feet reach for the wall before the somersault is finished.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “Becoming a Champion Swimmer: Starts & Turns.” View other world class Swimming videos!




Get an Overview of the Track Start for Butterfly from Two Olympians!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Monday, December 1, 2014

Olympic Gold Medalist, Claire Donahue, and 2012 Olympian, Tyler McGill, give you an overview of the track start for Butterfly. They keep it very simple: stand tall, comfortable stance, hips higher than shoulders and tension on the arms.

Overview of the Track Start

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “Butterfly with Claire Donahue and Tyler McGill.” View other world class Swimming videos!




Maintain a High Catch Position for Your Freestyle!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Monday, December 1, 2014

8x NCAA Coach of the Year, David Marsh, provides you with the Paddle Pushing Drill. This drill essentially forces a swimmer to attain and maintain a high catch position.

Paddle Pushing Drill

This is a unique and challenging drill but it is a great sensory training drill that will let the swimmer feel what an ideal early vertical forearm position feels like when they correctly execute the challenge of the drill. The position that this drill creates makes the elbow point out while keeping the wrist down to create a “blade” for the freestyle catch.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “David Marsh’s Next Wave Technique: Freestyle.” View other world class Swimming videos!




Use These Key Concepts to Create a More Efficient Backstroke!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Monday, December 1, 2014

Indiana University Head Women’s Swim Coach, Ray Looze, shares the Double Arm Backstroke Drill. This drill will help you with key backstroke concepts such as a steady kick, still head positioning (vs bouncing), a shallow catch and a shallower than normal sweeping hand position.

Double Arm Backstroke

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “Start to Finish Backstroke.” View other world class Swimming videos!




Train Your Swimmers to Have Proper Body Position for Backstroke!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Saturday, November 1, 2014

5x Team State Championship coach, Mark Onstott, details 3 variations for training the proper body position for backstroke. This segment will help enable the swimmer to maintain a good posture.

Backstroke Body Position Drill (3 levels)

Drill Summary: Position 1 is the traditional streamline kicking position that works on maintaining a high position on the water, especially the hips and feet.  Position 2 is a unique position that Coach Onstott likes to use with his developing swimmers where one arm is extended straight overhead and the other is crossed right behind the head. Position 3 is a double cross arm position that Coach Onstott uses for his novice swimmers.  Positions 2 and 3 are unique as they enable the swimmer to maintain a good posture but not be in a survival mode in the streamline position that many lower level or novice competitive swimmers try to do before they are skilled enough to do it properly.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “High School Coaching Academy: Strokes, Starts, Turns and Breakouts.” View other world class Swimming videos!




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