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On offense, use the outside turn to go around the defender. Discussion: Can this outside turn move from water polo also be used in SKWIM? What about in basketball?

Outside Turn For Beginners To Advanced, TIP OF THE WEEK03:05

Outside Turn For Beginners To Advanced, TIP OF THE WEEK


Lesson Notes, Week 3, Lesson 12 Edit

Arm swings x 20. Attempt to get a poster to list the exercises routine.   Test: Up and Over for flexibility.

Test: Bridges.

Intro to back kicking. Arms in streamline. Hips high. Body position.

Timing and coordination drills for Breastroke:   l. Kick breastroke, arms outstretched, hand upon hand, slowly introduce a small arm stroke (as though caressing a tennis ball).  

2. As in previous drill but increase arm stroke (caress a football).

  3. Same as 1 and 2 start, but arrive at full arm stroke (caress a large beach ball. Develops cooridination and teaches feel of arm movement.

  4. Swim breastroke, breathing every third stroke. (Helps to establish late breathing.)

  5. As drill 4 breathe every second stroke as when shoulders are highest.  

6. Swim breastroke, breathe every stroke as taken in drill 5 and 6.  

7. Arms extended, hand over hand, kick three breastrokes, pull one arm movement and breathe, then kick three breastrokes and so on. (Helps place breathing and is also a great conditioner.)  

8 As per 7, but kick twice, pull twice, kick twice.  

9. Swim breastroke, kick two breasttrokes to one pull.  

10. Swim brestsroke, with two pulls to one kick.  

11. A combination of 9 and 10, nro kicks one pull, one kick two pulls.  

12. Swim breastroke, crossing arms over prior to pull. (Helps straighten arms at beginning of pull, and assists the timing of the stroke.)  

13. Swim breastroke, take a long glide on each stroke to a count of 400, 300,200, 100.  

14. As drill 13 but count from 300 to 100. Numbers to be said in words.  

15. As drill 14, but count 200, 100.  

16. Swim breasstroke glide to call 100.  

17. Swim breaststroke, no glide, but retain extension of arms.  

18. Swim one arm breaststroke, right arm extended, left arm working.  

19. Swim one arm breastsroke, using opposite members.  

20. One arm breaststroke. left arm at side, hand out stretched towards feet, swim with right arm, and bring left foot to touch left hand while progressing.  

21. Opposite arms using practice 20.  

22. Swim breastroke using alternating single leg kicks, fitting in with normal stroke.  

23. Swim breastroke for four strokes under water, return to surface on wide arm pull, submerge again for four more strokes and so on (hypoxic work - breath control).

Lesson: Self Rescue Lab (ebook)

Lesson: Water Safety Lab (ebook)

Lesson: Rescuing Other (ebook) 

Lesson: Psychology (ebook)

Lesson: Safety Rules / First Aid (ebook)

Timeline, Week 3, Lesson 12 Edit

1:40 pm

Welcome students

Change into suits

Introduction of activities

Warm-up exercises

Arm swings x 20 with milk jugs.

Test: Up and Over for flexibility.

Test: Bridges.


Fitness lesson

Aquatic fitness workout

Speed arm swings. Test and races.

Backstroke need fast fingers.

Arm swimming.

Visualization exercise.


Swim lesson tasks

Intro to back kicking. Arms in streamline. Hips high. Body position.


Advance lesson tasks

Timing and coordination drills for Breastroke:

l. Kick breastroke, arms outstretched, hand upon hand, slowly introduce a small arm stroke (as though caressing a tennis ball).

2. As in previous drill but increase arm stroke (caress a football).

3. Same as 1 and 2 start, but arrive at full arm stroke (caress a large beach ball. Develops cooridination and teaches feel of arm movement.

4. Swim breastroke, breathing every third stroke. (Helps to establish late breathing.)

5. As drill 4 breathe every second stroke as when shoulders are highest.

6. Swim breastroke, breathe every stroke as taken in drill 5 and 6.

7. Arms extended, hand over hand, kick three breastrokes, pull one arm movement and breathe, then kick three breastrokes and so on. (Helps place breathing and is also a great conditioner.)

8 As per 7, but kick twice, pull twice, kick twice.

9. Swim breastroke, kick two breaststroke to one pull.

10. Swim breaststroke, with two pulls to one kick.

11. A combination of 9 and 10, one kicks one pull, one kick two pulls.

12. Swim breastroke, crossing arms over prior to pull. (Helps straighten arms at beginning of pull, and assists the timing of the stroke.)

13. Swim breastroke, take a long glide on each stroke to a count of 400, 300,200, 100.

14. As drill 13 but count from 300 to 100. Numbers to be said in words.

15. As drill 14, but count 200, 100.

16. Swim breastroke glide to call 100.

17. Swim breastroke, no glide, but retain extension of arms.

18. Swim one arm breastroke, right arm extended, left arm working.

19. Swim one arm breastsroke, using opposite members.

20. One arm breaststroke. left arm at side, hand out stretched towards feet, swim with right arm, and bring left foot to touch left hand while progressing.

21. Opposite arms using practice 20.

22. Swim breastroke using alternating single leg kicks, fitting in with normal stroke.

23. Swim breastroke for four strokes under water, return to surface on wide arm pull, submerge again for four more strokes and so on (hypoxic work - breath control).


Swim skills and drills set

test and measurement

Race from flags to wall to practice finishes. TEST.


break

Lesson

Lesson: Psychology (ebook)

Lesson: Safety Rules / First Aid (ebook)

2:20 pm

Skills and drills for water polo - body

Ending game and ending rivalry. Teamwork emphasis.

Fairness questions. The challenge and the journey. Not the destination.

2:40 pm

Water polo game play


press ups

exit pool

Journal recap w ConceptMaps

Olympic discussions

Video Highlight

Lesson: Self Rescue Lab (ebook)

Lesson: Water Safety Lab (ebook)

Lesson: Rescuing Other (ebook)


Get on bus. Insure all participants have departed.

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