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VideosEdit

In 2017Edit

USA women and USA men both won the 4 x 100 free relays at World Championships yesterday. Try to watch that race on video.


Team United States (also known as USA) Flag of the United States rules at the swim pool, thanks to these athletes.

Fueled by Water - Team Speedo, Elite Swimmers

Fueled by Water - Team Speedo, Elite Swimmers

How can a pen and paper make you a better athlete?-1

How can a pen and paper make you a better athlete?-1

Lesson Notes for Lesson 20Edit

Individual Medley, distance swimming, aerobic threshold  Match-ups, turning your player, trick shots.  Planks, wall sits,     Week 5 Day 1

Social Skills: Leaderships (ebook)   Lesson: Swimming Skills: Backstroke (ebook)

Lesson: Swimming Skills: Beginning Skills (ebook)

Lesson: Swimming Skills: Breastroke  (ebook)

Lesson: Swimming Skills: Butterfly Stroke (ebook)

Fly Arms Drills:Edit

1. Using dolphin kick, left arm out in front, pull with right arm. Describe the arm recovery as Fly (i.e., elbow raised from water and hand swung round low, to enter thumb first), Breathe to side after pull, making sure the head is quickly returned to water before hand entry.

2. Drill 1 using left arm to pull.

3. Using pull buoy, repeat drill l.

4. Using pull buoy, repeat drill 2.

5. Using pull buoy and rubber band repeat drill l.

6. Using pullbuoy and rubber band, repeat drill 2. Exercises 3 to 6 are for strengthening arms.

7. Using pull buoy, swim three right arm, three left arm Fly. (Remember to get head back before hand entry.)

8. Using pull buoy, any combination or series of combinations of single arm pulling.

9. Using pull buoys, swim three right arm, three left arm, three full stokes and continue for length of pool. (Head back before hands enter. Talk about digging a hole in the chest with chin.)

10. Using pull buoy, swim full stroke Fly, breathing every stroke, by stretching neck to place chin on surface.

11. As drill 10 breathe every second stroke.

12. Employ exercises 7 to 11 using dolphin kick.

13. Swim butterfly dolphin, allowing swimmers to breathe at will  (establish own patterns).

14. On back, dolphin kick with double arm Backstroke. (Helps flexibility of shoulders and timing of kick.)

15. Swim front crawl arms with dolphin kick. (Improves co-ordination and develops kick at speed.)

16. Swim lengths of pool counting pulls sad reduce until the minimum number is arrived at while remained proficient

Water Polo LessonsEdit

Dumping the ball


MoreEdit

  • Swimming Skills: Dive Entry (ebook)
  • Swimming Skills: Elementary Backstroke
  • Swimming Skills: Jump Entry (ebook)
  • Swimming Skills: Prone (Crawl) Stroke (ebook)

Timeline for Lesson 20Edit

1:40 pm

Welcome students

Change into suits

Introduction of activities

Warm-up exercises

Lesson: Social Skills: Leaderships (ebook)


Fitness lesson

Aquatic fitness workout


Swim lesson tasks

Fly Arms Drills:

l. Using dolphin kick, left arm out in front, pull with right arm. Describe the arm recovery as Fly (i.e., elbow raised from water and hand swung round low, to enter thumb first), Breathe to side after pull, making sure the head is quickly returned to water before hand entry.

2. Drill 1 using left arm to pull.

3. Using pull buoy, repeat drill l.

4. Using pull buoy, repeat drill 2.

5. Using pull buoy and rubber band repeat drill l.

6. Using pullbuoy and rubber band, repeat drill 2. Exercises 3 to 6 are for strengthening arms.

7. Using pull buoy, swim three right arm, three left arm Fly. (Remember to get head back before hand entry.)

8. Using pull buoy, any combination or series of combinations of single arm pulling.

9. Using pull buoys, swim three right arm, three left arm, three full stokes and continue for length of pool. (Head back before hands enter. Talk about digging a hole in the chest with chin.)

10. Using pull buoy, swim full stroke Fly, breathing every stroke, by stretching neck to place chin on surface.

11. As drill 10 breathe every second stroke.

12. Employ exercises 7 to 11 using dolphin kick.

13. Swim butterfly dolphin, allowing swimmers to breathe at will  (establish own patterns).

14. On back, dolphin kick with double arm Backstroke. (Helps flexibility of shoulders and timing of kick.)

15. Swim front crawl arms with dolphin kick. (Improves co-ordination and develops kick at speed.)

16. Swim lengths of pool counting pulls sad reduce until the minimum number is arrived at while remained proficient


Advance lesson tasks


Swim skills and drills set

test and measurement

Back Crawl Turns:

I have found this aspect of Backstroke has bee,n very much neglected in teaching and coaching. Most of our swimmers drift into Backstroke turning. Very few teachers or coaches seem keen to work on Backstroke turning practice. Perhaps with better application to turning, our woeful standings in Backstroke evens might improve.

1. Swimmers lie on back, keeping head on surface, raise knees up so heels are torrching seat and then spin around using hands and arms to rotate against the water.

2. As in drill 1 but execute turns to 180-degrees.

3. As in drill 2 except that swimmer starts from supine outstretched position legs should be tucked up very fast with the lower legs describing a semi-circle over the surface in the movement.

4. Have the swimmers start from end of the pool on Backstroke and swim fifteen yards at speed executing drill 3 to return to starting end. (Insist on speed of movement at turning point).

5. From half way mark, swimmer will swim Backstroke at speed until close to the bath end and execute turn just before he touches wall, then he stretches out to push off in the opposite direction.

These practices are to have the swimmer acquire the body twist involved in turning:

6. Swimmers stand about five yards out from bath-end. On their backs, they kick in to wall, with right arm and hand extended until hand contacts wall with fingers pointing down (the contact must be made below surface) and they execute the nrn as practiced in drills 4 and 5.

7. As practice 6 but work on the vigorous push-off in streamlined position from wall.

Remind swimmers that if feet touch high on wall then push will be to the bottom of pool with subsequent loss of time and speed.

8. Practices 6 and 7 should now be done using the left hand.

At this stage, I find it important that backstrokers learn to turn on either hand and do not develop a "wrong hand."

9. It is good practice to count strokes from flags to wall so that the swimmer does not have to spend so much time and speed looking for the wall. This stroke counting should be done at racing pace, otherwise the whole thing could go very wrong in a competition.

10. Swimming across the pool, have the swimmers count the strokes and turning without looking for the wall. (Helps swimmer lose fear of wall and usually assist in turning on either hand.)

11, From drill 10 have the swimmers on lengths counting the strokes from time the head passes the flags.

A very nice exercise that will interest backstrokers is to swim as far as possible with a half filled beaker of water balanced on forehead. (This drill will help stabilize head position.)

2:20 pm

Skills and drills for water polo.

Full court shots, leg power.
Empty net in hockey.
Awaken goalie.

Highlights from other matches.

Christopher Reese, goalie, scored twice in one tournament.

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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