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Develop Proper Alignment and Minimize Drag in this Effective Drill!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, November 29, 2013

5x NCAA coach of the year, Jack Bauerle, details how to train your swimmers to maintain the proper head position which results in a proper alignment and posture for minimizing drag. The ‘Explosion Drill’ starts with the head positioned properly in a sculling position and then exploding to a full sprint while maintaining an ideal head position.

Explosion Drill

This drill can also help you during a race when you have to change speed suddenly.

Watch and learn more valuable tips from an additional clip of Start to Finish Freestyle.  See other high quality Freestyle Videos in our massive Swimming DVD collection!




Improve Your Stroke and Recovery to Maintain Speed!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, September 27, 2013

Learn stroke finishing and recovery tips from Jack Bauerle, who was the Team USA Women’s Head Coach at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Finishing the stroke and the recovery should be comfortable and easy with no stress on the shoulders. This will ensure that the recovery will not contribute to swimmer fatigue and reduce the power of the pull stroke.

Coach Bauerle’s advice is accompanied by excellent demonstration from one of his former athletes.

Watch and learn more valuable tips from an additional clip of Start to Finish Freestyle.  See other high quality Freestyle Videos in our massive Swimming DVD collection!




Use the Momentum of a Takedown to Score Back Points!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, September 13, 2013

2X World Champion, Terry Brands, shows you how to create seamless transitions from set-up to takedown. Score back points by transitioning from the feet to the turk in any situation.

Double Leg Takedown

Instruction: Off of a double leg takedown, if the opponent gets to his belly, the attacking athlete can immediately look to continue his drive, lift the near leg and turk the bottom leg for nearfall points. The attacking athlete can also control the hip bone of the opponent with his far elbow and go immediately into a hip tilt or gut wrench turn. Coach Brands also emphasizes the elbow control of the hip. The hip control is also a key element of going immediately into an ankle lace turn from this position for Freestyle wrestling.

Check out an additional clip from the Championship Productions’ DVD “From Folk to Free: Fundamental Techniques for Building Elite Wrestlers.”  If you’re interested in more Wrestling videos on Freestyle, click here




Takedown Techniques for Freestyle & Folkstyle Wrestling!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, August 16, 2013

Presented in this segment, is a duck under position by coach and former wrestler at the University of Iowa, Terry Brands. In either style, Coach Brands demonstrates how to take your opponent directly to his back for nearfall points in folkstyle or a 3 point takedown in freestyle.

Coach Brands demonstrates taking the opponent to his back from a double leg. Finally, Terry shows how to go directly into a tight waist tilt from these positions if the opponent is able to belly down. This technique will also work in both folk or freestyle.

Take a look at an additional clip from the DVD, From Folk to Free: Fundamental Techniques for Building Elite Wrestlers.  Also, view other Terry Brands videos from our massive Wrestling DVD collection!




Perfect Each Stroke with our New Mega Drills Swimming Series!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Monday, August 5, 2013

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:

Mega Drills for Freestyle

Mega Drills for Freestyle

  • More than 20 drills and variation that enhance all critical areas of the freestyle
  • See how to vary drill complexity from single focus to multi-dimensional
  • Learn the latest techniques to enhance your swimmers’ feel for establishing a solid catch position
  • See drills that reinforce balance while increasing stroke efficiency in the water

 

 

Mega Drills for Backstroke

Mega Drills for Backstroke

  • Over 18 drills and variations that reflect the most current techniques being used by world class backstrokers
  • Learn multi-faceted drills that train multiple segments of the stroke simultaneously
  • Better engage your backstrokers with fun new drills that require thinking and focus!

 

 

Mega Drills for Breaststroke

Mega Drills for Breaststroke

  • Over 25 drills and variations that work on hand speed, proper body position and the timing of the stroke
  • Learn techniques and drills that enhance the feel for water
  • Improve timing and balance while increasing efficiency in the water
  • New and creative drills that will challenge athletes to learn about their stroke through segment awareness

 

 

Mega Drills for Butterfly

Mega Drills for Butteryfly

  • Learn more than 20 unique, fun, and creative drills for teaching an efficient butterfly stroke
  • Learn drills for effectively training stroke timing, body positioning and balance
  • Discover never-before-seen drills that challenge the athlete to learn about their own stroke through stroke segment awareness

 

 

Mega Drills for Dryland Training

Mega Drills for Dryland Training

  • Over 50 dynamic dryland exercises to increase your team’s overall strength and explosiveness
  • Learn how to create variations of traditional exercises that engage the core and increase athleticism
  • Learn how to develop total body strength by incorporating total body movements with minimal equipment

 




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