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Olympians Claire Donahue and Tyler McGill simplify the Butterfly by demonstrating two drills that focus on great technique. The first drill emphasizes body position and awareness of body position in the water. Building off that drill, the second drill gets swimmers to feel the origin of the kick and how it relates to their position in the water.
Claire Donahue, Olympic and World Championships Gold Medalist, and Tyler McGill, 2012 Olympian, simplify the Butterfly by demonstrating a drill that emphasizes great technique. This involves performing a simple dive off the blocks with a pull buoy that forces the swimmer to squeeze their legs for a clean entry.
A clean entry on the start is crucial for maximizing speed off the start.