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Be the First Off the Starting Blocks!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, December 3, 2012

Watch and learn from former All-American swimmer and current assistant coach at Auburn, Bill Pilczuk.  He will show you how to get out to a great start in your next race with body positioning work.  It is important to have balance on the starting block and this will allow you to shed seconds off your time. 

In this segment Coach Pilczuk, discusses the proper foot positioning on the block to attain the ideal balance position for a more explosive take-off.  This includes which foot to place forward, the positioning of the front and back foot, and the leg angles that provide for a powerful start.

View an additional clip from the product page of “Swimming Faster! Turns for all Strokes.”  See more great Starts DVDs and Turns DVDs  as well as other world class Swimming DVDs from our massive collection!




Excellent Drills to Improve Your Entry and Breakout!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, December 3, 2012

Use the best entry techniques from Current Head Coach at Mecklenburg Aquatic Club of North Carolina and 8X NCAA Coach of the Year, David Marsh. Here, Coach Marsh, shares with you several drills that will train a swimmer to enter the water with a rigid streamline.  These drills could be the key to take you and your team to the next level!

 

For the launch, the key to successful entry is to hold a strong rigid line upon entering the water.  Listen to the best way you can obtain an ideal entry body position.  This will allow you to glide nicely in the water upon entry.

View an additional clip from the product page of “Swimming Faster! Turns for all Strokes.”  See more great Starts DVDs and Turns DVDs  as well as other world class Swimming DVDs from our massive collection!




The Best Butterfly Stroke Drills featuring a 2012 U.S. Olympic Coach!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, November 5, 2012

Watch excellent demonstration and listen to world class instruction from former Auburn University legendary swimming coach, David Marsh.  After 17 seasons at Auburn he is now the Director of Coaching at SwimMAC Carolina.  Check out some great stroke drills for the Butterfly.

The Single Arm Drill which emphasizes full body movement.  It allows you to bring your hips up and it works well as a warm up.  Next is the Opposite-Arm-Up Flow Drill which keeps the swimmer in a more realistic flow of a race.  This drill is higher tempo.

View an additional clip on the product page of “Swimming Faster Butterfly.”  See great Butterfly DVDs and other world class Swimming DVDs from our huge video library!

 




Must Have Body Positioning Drill featuring a World Champion!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Thursday, August 30, 2012

Take a look at an exercise featuring World Championship swimmer, Margaret Hoelzer, and 3x Olympic Swimming Coach, David Marsh.  Coach Marsh will describe to you how important it is to establish proper body positioning.  Learning to move the extremities from a sound body position with rotation enables a fluid movement and stroke.  Don’t force anything when you move your hand and arm in unison with your hips.  The drill in this clip focuses on rotation and core body positioning.

Tips: Make sure to find an ideal position that you are comfortable with when performing this drill.  You will not use your arms in this exercise.

 

Watch an additional clip from the product page of  “Gettin’ Better with David Marsh: Tips, Drills & Skills for Faster Backstroke.”  Also, check out more world class David Marsh DVDs and other instructional Backstroke Swimming DVDs!




Exclusive Backstroke Racing Techniques from an NCAA All-American!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Thursday, August 30, 2012

Here is a video that begins with demonstration of the backstroke at racing speed by NCAA All-American, Doug Van Wie. During Van Wie’ s demonstration 8x NCAA Coach of the Year, David Marsh, provides insightful tips.  It is important to be as efficient as possible while using a great amount of effort.   Start by focusing on being efficient then add more pace until you find a good balance for your backstroke.   In order to  increase acceleration it is important to push the water by your hip and really drive your hand into the water.

Tips: Use your energy wisely by using you core to help set the tempo.  Do not use your legs too much, too early in the race, save enough for a late race push toward the front!

 

Watch an additional clip from the product page of  “Gettin’ Better with David Marsh: Tips, Drills & Skills for Faster Backstroke.”  Also, check out more world class David Marsh DVDs and other instructional Backstroke Swimming DVDs!




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