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Calendar span: M T W Th F
Week 1, June 26-June 30 1 2 3 4 5
Week 2, July 3, 4th = off, 5-7 6 off 7 8 9
Week 3, July 10-14 10 11 12 13 14
Week 4, July 17-21 15 16 17 18 19
Week 5, July 24-28 20 21 22 23 24
Week 6, July 31, August 1, 2 25 26 27

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VideoEdit

Greatness, motivationEdit

Nike Find Your Greatness

Nike Find Your Greatness

Swimmming in open water, and safety Edit

Fran Crippen, a former member of Team United States (also known as USA) Flag of the United States.

Go Swim Open Water with Fran Crippen

Go Swim Open Water with Fran Crippen

Swim TechniqueEdit

Begin to explore how to do a freestyle flip turn.

Karlyn Pipes Faster Flip Turn!

Karlyn Pipes Faster Flip Turn!

Lessons for Week 1, Day 4Edit

  • Arm swings, 20 x. Talk about doing these exercises with milk jugs.

 

  • Teaser: Butterfly
  • Teaser: Freestyle flip turns
  • Teaser: Treading water
  • Work on rolling in water on freestyle.
  • Work on Corkscrew, Free/Back.
  • TEST: 25 yards, 3 breaths or less. Talk about dangers of breath holding and shallow water blackout.
  • For the ordinary arms conditioning drills, where the arms are to be isolated in the stroke, the following drills are standard practice in most modern programs.

  9. Swim arms only front crawl with legs apart and drifting.   10. Swim arms only with pull-buoys. Possible, use of bands around ankles. (Care must be taken that body position is not too far off horizontal).   11. Swim arms only with pull buoys at ankles.   12. Swim arms only using only band or tube.   13. Swim using paddles, pull buoys and bands.   14. Swim using paddles, and pullbuoys.   15. Swim using paddles, legs trailing.   Use just the one paddle at a time to correct a particularly outstanding error in pulling technique in the particular hand movement.

Fast break shots

Review Inside Water


New in 2017Edit

Everyone should be good at bobbing. Try to do 20 bobs.Edit

Bobbing-sda17


Timeline for Week 1, Day 4Edit

1:40 pm

Welcome students

Change into suits

Introduction of activities

Warm-up exercises

Static stretching described. Yoga style.

TEST: Breastroke sit

TEST: Ankle flexibility


Fitness lesson

Aquatic fitness workout

Teaser: Freestyle flip turns

Teaser: Treading water and leg motions.

Work on rolling in water on freestyle.

Work on Corkscrew, Free/Back.

TEST: 25 yards, ZERO breaths, or 3 breaths or less.


Swim lesson tasks

Teaser: Treading water and the arm motions.

Work on rolling in water on freestyle.

Work on Corkscrew, Free/Back.


Advance lesson tasks

For the ordinary arms conditioning drills, where the arms are to be isolated in the stroke, the following drills are standard practice in most modern programs.

9. Swim arms only front crawl with legs apart and drifting.

10. Swim arms only with pull-buoys and using bands around ankles. (Care

must be taken that body position is not too far off horizontal).

11. Swim arms only with pull buoys.

12. Swim arms only using only band or tube.

13. Swim using paddles, pull buoys and bands.

14. Swim using paddles, and pullbuoys.

15. Swim using paddles, legs trailing.

Use just the one paddle at a time to correct a particularly outstanding error in pulling technique in the particular hand movement.


Swim skills and drills set

test and measurement

Combinations of arms and kicking drills are used to help develop coordination within the sroke, helping breathing and all the time useful for correction and improvement of technique.

If we refer back to the kicking practice where the swimmer lay on his side with one arm extended and kicked on his side, we can develop a series of dritls to introduce the arms into the stroke which help to improve coordination within the stroke.

16. Kick a length of the pool with right arm extended, head resting on right shoulder, left arm by side.

17. Repeat on opposite side.

18. Starting position as in drill 16, count l0 kicks, press water with right hand and at the same time lift the left elbow to recovery position. While the right hand is pulling through the left continues to recover, as the body rolls through the water, face down, to the opposite side. As the right arm finishes the push phase the left hand enters the water.

19. Same as l8 starting on left side.

When the roll-through and correct stroke pattern can be mastered using ten kicks, then the coach drops to three on each side. A special reminder must be given to make sure the kids continue the kick while rolling through from one position to another.

20. With right arm extended use left arm, having left hand touch right at\ enry. (Helps to lengthen stroke, keeps elbow up and brings entry hand towards central axis position).

21. As in drill 20, but instruct swimmers to take breath as left hand approaches thighs and return face to water before it touches right hand.

22.With left arm extended use right arm as drill 20.

23. Again reverse arms and continue as drill 21.

24. Use left arm, keeping left shoulder against the wall, with right hand out in front.

This drill stops lateral swing and avoids pulling hand. straying outside body line. Insist on swimmer keepng hand low in recovery phase.

25. As 24 using right arm.

2:20 pm

Skills and drills for water polo - body

Fast break shots, push it. Quickly.


Skills and drills for water polo - goals

Review Inside Water


Teamwork emphasis

Pass over the defender with looping passes.


Review, re-group, challenges

2:40 pm

Water polo game play


press ups

exit pool

Journal recap w ConceptMaps

Olympic discussions

Video Highlight


Get on bus. Insure all participants have departed.

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