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How to Swim Faster | The Pressure Meter - Introduction
12/11/2018 | Backstroke Breaststroke Butterfly Freestyle
The Race Club is now introducing new technology to measure how to swim faster! The Pressure Meter tests the pressure on both hands during the pulling motion in all four strokes, so that you can focus on the specific part of your swim technique that needs to be improved. A swimmer's body rotation and body rotational speed plays a big role in swimming faster. The Race Club continues to test and prove the best swim techniques to increase your swimming speed. For more information on how to swim faster and get your own Pressure Meter test, visit our swim camp website at https://theraceclub.com/
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Dryland | Boxing Windmill
12/11/2018 | Dryland
In this dryland exercise learn how to increase shoulder strength for a high octane freestyle.
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Breaststroke Coupling Motions - Upper Body
12/04/2018 | Breaststroke
Coupling motions are critical for a fast breaststroke. Learn how you can utilize two of the most important coupling motions in breaststroke with your upper body and what swim drill we use in order to learn this swim technique.
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Life in the Fast Lane - Episode 01 - Jon Urbanchek
12/04/2018 | Interview
Gary Hall Sr. sits down with his old friend Olympic Coach Jon Urbanchek. Jon talks about his journey to become the Head Coach at University of Michigan. He answers the tough question of how he stays current with the swimming world. Gary and Jon reminisce on their past positions and swimming careers. Listen to how he connects with all generations of swimmers and becomes loved by all. Jon Urbanchek is one of America’s greatest swimming coaches. After leaving Hungary after the 1956 Olympic Games, Jon attended the University of Michigan as a swimmer. He settled in California where he began his coaching career in Anaheim. Ultimately he became head coach for the University of Michigan men’s swimming team, where he won 10 Big 10 and 1 NCAA Championship. He has helped coach over 40 USA Olympians and served as Olympic Coach on five different USA Olympic teams. Currently, he is assistant coach at University of Southern California and Fullerton Area Swim Team and serves as National Team Technical Director. Recently Jon was honored by the International Olympic Committee by receiving its Lifetime Achievement Award.
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Balance Ball Up Kick
11/27/2018 | Dryland
In this balance ball exercise learn an easy an effective way to increase strength in all of the key core muscle groups for fast swimming.
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Velocity Meter - Aaron Greenberg Start
11/27/2018 | Starts
In this velocity meter study find out the results of World Class swimmer and Yale alumni Aaron Greenberg on his start. First we tested Aaron with virtually no back leg kick when he came to us. After working a couple hours on the Brad Tandy back leg kick, we tested Aaron again and found some fascinating results!
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Swimming Spin Turns
11/13/2018 | Backstroke Breaststroke Butterfly Turns
In this video learn how we do open turns for Butterfly, Breaststroke and IM at the Race Club. You might be surprised to learn that we teach it differently than what most are taught as beginners...
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Stretch Chord Ab Hold
11/13/2018 | Dryland
In this exercise you will increase core power in a short time with the stretch chord resistance.
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Side Plank
11/06/2018 | Dryland
At the Race Club we like to do side plank with a little twist. Learn this simple exercise that works the key muscles used for fast swimming.
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Freestyle Swimming Head Position
11/06/2018 | Freestyle
A common misconception in swimming is that it is faster to swim with your head up. In this technique video, learn one of the most common mistakes in the sport of swimming and how we correct it.
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Swimming Reverse Sit Up
10/30/2018 | Dryland
This exercise works your entire core especially the lower lumbar that is critical for swimming fast breaststroke.
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Swim Starts with Brad Tandy - The Leg Kick
10/29/2018 | Starts
In this swimming starts video Brad Tandy shows us one of the most powerful, yet underutilized techniques for your start; the back leg kick.