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Improving your swim technique

Improving your swimming technique

Improving your swimming technique

Pullbuoy, use a pullbuoy so that you can concentrate on perfecting each arm pull, by isolating the legs you can concentrate on perfecting your arm pull efficiency. Watch our video on how to use a Pullbuoy https://youtu.be/MHtBaKwZfjs

Stroke Break down:  concentrate training on each part of your stroke, by breaking it into separate parts and concentrate on them individually. For example, hand entry, breathing, arm pull, and arm recovery over water.

Hand paddles.  When training on  backstroke and front crawl and wear hand paddles with using just one finger strap. This will help you create the perfect pull – the flatter the paddle stays to your hand, the better your technique.

Finis ISO hand Paddle

Or use the “Finis ISO paddle” which has no straps and watch our video on this great product https://youtu.be/mQn4UsISghU

Variety of drills which exaggerate different parts of the stroke, such as ‘chicken wing’ for high elbows, and ‘4-second reach’ to stretch forward on each arm pull.

Check out our swim drills on our You Tube site 

Join a swim club or Invest in a swimming lesson – it’s a great way for an expert to identify how you can improve your technique further. Don’t forget, the more you swim, the greater the opportunities to practice and perfect your technique.

Don’t get disheartened if you’re not where you want to be today – check out our huge online library of videos training videos and swim related vidoes to help you on your way to better swimming technique at our 

You Tube Channel

Lastly, enjoy the learning process, as swimming is fun and a great way to stay fit even if you don’t intend to be the next Michael Phelps

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