University of Illinois Women’s Head Coach, Kevin Hambly, uses his players to show you the proper “GO” Posture. Hambly demonstrates the “GO” Posture by starting with how to stand then how to move while maintaining this Posture.
Important things to remember are:
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12X NCAA Championship Coach, Richard Quick, starts this video with explanation on the starting block. Listen to discussion of the importance of correct posture, sight line, knee placement, and roll.
Remember to pick a hole in the water to aim for and make sure to dive down to the bottom of the pool.
One of the top coaches in swimming history, Richard Quick, teaches you pencil float progressions to help your athletes create a solid streamlined position. By moving through this drill slowly, swimmers keep the strong body line Coach Quick recommends.
The swimmer in a vertical position, slowly changes body position until they are in the traditional horizontal swimming position.
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Richard Quick was a former Olympic Coach and has been named NCAA Coach of the Year on numerous occasions. He led a number of different universities to NCAA Team Championships as well. Take a look at this Pencil Float Drill that will help your swimmers create streamline posture.
This vertical drill will help swimmers create a strong line of balance.
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Gain insight from University of Illinois Head Women’s Volleyball Coach, Kevin Hambly. In 2011, he led the team to the NCAA Championship Game and was the 2011Volleyball Magazine Coach of the Year. See how to have a better posture for digging the ball. Also, understand the importance of eye movement on defense.
Check out this Catch Drill that will allow you to get in position to make a well executed dig. Look at the coaching points Coach Hambly makes here in this exercise. Your players will be able to develop a nice posture for the dig.
Another great activity to create a better defense is this Eyework Sequence Drill. Use visual cues that will help you identify how you should react. Focus on alternating from the ball back to player at specific time frames.