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Greg Rhodenbaugh, current University of Missouri Head Swimming Coach, provides you with tips on the ’4 Count Recovery Drill’ for the butterfly stroke. This aids swimmers of varying abilities to have soft hands on the recovery in order to establish a strong catch.
This is a great exercise for youth swimmers to work on not lifting their arms too high out of the water and to avoid rotating the shoulders too early.
Watch and learn stroke and dryland training from Coley Stickel, who has experience coaching collegiate and olympic level athletes. Every swimmer on your team can benefit from the instruction and demonstration presented in these 5 new Swimming videos. Check out details on each product below:
Get quality start instruction for every stroke from 12X NCAA Championship Coach, David Marsh. Coach Marsh, along with former All-American Swimmer at Auburn, Bill Pilczuk, has his demonstrators show you forward starts for various strokes: freestyle, butterfly, and breaststroke. Be better prepared for the start of all your races with this insightful video.
During this demonstration of full speed starts, Marsh and Pilczuk, discuss transitioning from the entry into the breakout on the start. In order to have a strong, fast start, it is critical to hold your speed throughout the breakout.
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Get advice to develop better butterfly turns with Ian Pope. He is currently the Head Coach at Melbourne Vicentre Swimming Club and has previously coach a number of Olympians and Record Holders. Learn how to have a improve all aspects of the turn during the Butterfly event with these fun drills.
Learn to generate power and make your rotation smooth. You will see how to get a good feel for the push off the wall and have a nice glide. Also, your kicks will get stronger working on these drills.
Here is the University of North Carolina Swimming Head Coach, Rich DeSelm, on the topic of Sculling. The three exercises presented by Coach DeSelm are designed to set yourself up for a better overall stroke. Work on these drills in practice so that you are more confident in your form on race day.
All of these sculling exercises will enhance your propulsion due constant movement. Your stroke will be smoother and have better rhythm when using the material provided in the video.