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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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How To Improve Your Starts in Swimming ft. Coach Jack Bauerle | Olympians’ Tips

How To Improve Your Starts in Swimming ft. Coach Jack Bauerle | Olympians’ Tips

(COACHES TIPS) Hi, I’m Jack Bauerle, Olympic swimming coach, and I’m here to show you some things that we deem very important in the success of our swimmers, either trying to make an Olympic team, or trying to succeed at the Olympics themselves. – (STARTS) – On the starts, the bottom line is, there has …

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Hypoxic training. Workout #8. Control your breath while swimming

Hypoxic training. Workout #8. Control your breath while swimming

holding your breath while swimming is very different than holding it like this, not moving. So to get better at underwater dolphin kick or controlling your breathing patterns while swimming you must do these following exercises. remember that you must never do these exercises without professional supervision. Shallow water blackouts are very dangerous. So don’t …

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The Race That Changed Olympic Swimming | Strangest Moments

The Race That Changed Olympic Swimming | Strangest Moments

“Faster, Higher, Stronger” – the unimpeachable motto of the Olympic Games. Yet for Lance Larson, a 20-year-old American swimmer at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome, being fastest didn’t necessarily translate into gold. The story of why that was so remains one of the most controversial in Olympic Games history because, in 1960, for all …

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

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

Hi, I’m Jack Bauerle, Olympic swimming coach. And whether it be starts or turns or strokes, these are the things that help us make Olympians out of the kids that are here swimming with us. Turns are going to be really important because what we talk about is speed in means speed out. For you …