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Paralympic Swimming Coaching – Nathan Manley & Mike Thompson | Episode 06
02/12/2019 |
Find out what is unique about coaching para swimming athletes from Head U.S. and Canada Paralympic Coaches Nathan Manley and Mike Thompson. They discuss the Paralympic swimming classifications of these para swimming athletes and recent scoring system changes to combat cheating. Both Nathan and Mike have experimented with different methods and it has led to great success. Mike tells the inspiring story of Paraswimmer Benoît Huot who won a gold medal in the 2012 London Paralympics.
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Dolphin Kick: Underwater Dolphin Kick Technique by Olympic Swimmer Marcus Schlesinger
02/05/2019 | Backstroke Butterfly Freestyle Starts Turns
Dolphin kick swim technique is extremely important for competitive swimming, especially the underwater dolphin kick. Maximize your dolphin kick speed and power during this important component of every swimming race with swim drills and swimming techniques from Olympian Marcus Schlesinger. Here we analyze Olympic Swimmers, Kelsi Dahlia Worrell, Amanda Kendall and Luca Spinazolla in contrast to Marcus' dolphin kick. Sign up for premium content with The Race Club swimming videos. Subscribe at Theraceclub.com To speak to a The Race Club about swim camps or private lessons at a for a swim clinic in your area, call 833-234-2340 Other Race Club videos: https://theraceclub.com/free-training-swimming-technique-videos/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/theraceclub Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theraceclub/ Instagram: @theraceclub
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Pressure Meter - Zane Grothe vs Margo Geer Part 2
02/05/2019 | Freestyle
In this second video comparing two distinctly differently freestyle techniques in Margo Geer and Zane Grothe using our Pressure Meter Technology. We conclude how each of these elite swimmers can improve on their swim technique.
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Backstroke Stroke Rate 86
01/29/2019 | Backstroke
The swimming stroke rates for backstroke and freestyle are very similar. So are their fundamentals. For the 200 backstroke, the longest official distance of that stroke, we recommend using the 86 stroke rate.
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Michigan Swim Coaches Mike Bottom and Dr. Josh White - Life in the Fast Lane - Episode 05
01/29/2019 | Interview
Mike Bottom, Head Coach at the University of Michigan for the Men’s and Women’s Swim Team. Dr. Josh White, Associate Head Coach at the University of Michigan. Mike and Josh go over the coaches that influenced them and their history with swimming. They discuss with Gary Sr. their take on sprint and distance training as well as their outlook on this year’s team.
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Freestyle Flip Turn - The Approach
01/22/2019 | Turns
At The Race Club we like to dissect the freestyle flip turn into 4 parts. Learn what common mistakes we see in the first part of this series on The Approach and how to avoid them.
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Pressure Meter- Margo Geer vs. Zane Grothe
01/22/2019 | Freestyle
In this video we compare two distinctly differently freestyle techniques in Margo Geer and Zane Grothe using our Pressure Meter Technology.
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Freestyle Swim Technique Breathing
01/15/2019 | Freestyle
Learn the Race Club method for breathing during your freestyle swim technique.
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Swimmer's Shoulder Prevention | Life in the Fast Lane - Episode 04 - Dr. J. Pieter Hommen
01/15/2019 | Interview
Swimmer's Shoulder Prevention with Dr. J. Pieter Hommen. Former Cornell swimmer and current Orthopedic Surgeon in Miami, FL, Dr. Hommen discusses the risk of shoulder swimming injuries. He dives into how to prevent shoulder pain in swimming and how your stroke count could be making it worse.
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Head Position for a Faster Butterfly
01/08/2019 | Butterfly
Recently, National Team member and world-class butterfly swimmer, Amanda Kendall came to The Race Club for some Velocity Meter (VM) and Pressure Meter (PM) testing along with her coach Coley Stickels from Indiana Swimming and Diving. The VM measures velocity, acceleration and deceleration synchronized to video.
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Swim Strength Training, Strength Exercise and Conditioning for Sprint Swimmers | Life in the Fast Lane - Episode 03 - Coley Stickels
01/08/2019 | Dryland Interview
Swim Strength Training, with Coley Stickels. Coley is the Assistant Head Coach at Indiana University. There he has created an impressive weight training for sprint swimmers as well as a strength training exercise program for swimmers. Gary Hall Sr. talks to Coley about the proper age for swimming strength and conditioning training and what that would consist of. They also discuss weight training for sprint swimmers, dynamic stretching, and how to prevent shoulder swimming injuries.
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Swim Faster with Breathing Techniques | Life in the Fast Lane - Episode 02 - Trever Gray
12/25/2018 | Interview
Swimming faster with breathing techniques, by Trever Grey. Trever received his Bachelors of Science in Science & Nutrition and went on get his Masters in Integrative Human Physiology. Trever recently published his research on the impact of swim breathing techniques before swimming a race. His study consisted of three control groups to study swim breathing techniques: deep breathing for 30 seconds before a swim race, deep breathing for 2 minutes, and no deep breathing at all. Olympic swimming medalist Gary Hall Sr. and Trever discuss the results and the swimming races in which these swim breathing techniques methods should be used. They dive into the physiological impacts hyperventilation has on your body and even when it can decrease your swimming performance. Read more about this study here: https://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/news/the-effects-of-deep-breathing-before-a-race-does-it-help-or-hurt/