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How To Improve Your Swim Stroke Rate | The Optimum Swimming Cadence For Triathlon

How To Improve Your Swim Stroke Rate | The Optimum Swimming Cadence For Triathlon

– Today, we are looking at stroke rate. That is, how many stokes you take per minute. You can also count that by how many strokes you do per length as that is a little bit easier to measure. – Too low a stroke rate, and you most likely have some dead spots in your …

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Flutter Kick Swim Instruction (freestyle & backstroke kick technique) #swimlesson #flutterkick

Flutter Kick Swim Instruction (freestyle & backstroke kick technique) #swimlesson #flutterkick

You want to make sure that you have floppy feet Now sometimes you’ll run into swimmers who have flexed feet and they’ll be stiff and they’ll be kicking like this in the water What you want is to have long feet, you want to have floppy feet on the end so they’re catching the water …

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FREESTYLE SWIMMING: HOW TO GET BEST TECHNIQUE (FAST!)

FREESTYLE SWIMMING: HOW TO GET BEST TECHNIQUE (FAST!)

Freestyle is the most popular swimming style and every swimmer from beginner to professional aim to swim freestyle with the best possible technique However, to achieve the proper technique professional knowledge is required On our YouTube channel SWIMMATE we will learn the correct technique for freestyle, starting with a basic freestyle overview To perform an …

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Breathing Swim Instruction (technique lesson) #swimlesson #breathing #swimbreathing

A helpful hint that I like to emphasize to my swimmers is breathing quick air not slow air. Now what’s the difference between quick air and slow air like we said before, breathing slows you down so you want to do with it as smoothly as possible The quick care is actually hugging within about …

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How To Improve Your Swimming Stroke Technique ft. Coach Jack Bauerle | Olympians’ Tips

How To Improve Your Swimming Stroke Technique ft. Coach Jack Bauerle | Olympians’ Tips

Hi, I’m Jack Bauerle, Olympic swimming coach. And I’m here to help you with some of your swimming needs. Everything that we’ll be doing here today has been practised umpty-ump times by our swimmers, so it becomes second nature and basically motor memory. Looking at the fly stroke right here. Just got to make sure …