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Get ready for the Time Trial. Let's race.

My First Swim Meet

My First Swim Meet

Advanced race start off the blocks with a back kick to add distanceEdit

Starts with Brad Tandy - The Leg Kick

Starts with Brad Tandy - The Leg Kick

If you llike this video check out the rest of the series with Brad and many more on swim stroke technique! only on our website raceclub.com In this swimming starts video series with Olympian Brad Tandy shows us one of the most powerful, yet underutilized techniques for your start; the back leg kick. Catch the rest of the series on our subscription service http://theraceclub.com . You will see how one of the fastest starters of all time, Olympian Brad Tandy, effectively kicks his back leg up on the start to enhance his leg push off of the block.With incredible speed and power, Brad separates his two legs by over three feet in air, kicking his right foot way up, before bringing the feet back together for his entry. You will see how two elite athletes, Aaron Greenberg and Marcus Schlesinger learn how to use this powerful coupling motion, kicking their back leg up to enhance their starts. You will find some of our most effective Race Club drills for learning this important motion, so you can improve your starts for better racing. Watch the rest of the series with Brad Tandy and find out the results of Aaron Greenberg's back leg kick on our velocity meter in lanes 2 -4 on our subscription service only at: http://theraceclub.com Song 1: Kai Engel - Fryeri Song 2: Monplaisir - Clavier 2 Song 3: We Is Shore Dedicated - Second Glances

Water Polo player explains how to make a shot on goal with egg beater kicking. Edit

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  • Social Skills: Respectfulness (ebook)
  • Lesson: Swimming Skills: Sidestroke (ebook)
  • Lesson: Swimming Skills: Skin Diving (ebook)
  • Lesson: Swimming Skills: Starts (ebook)
  • Lesson: Swimming Skills: Suface Dives (ebook)
  • Lesson: Swimming Skills: Turns (ebook)
  • Lesson: Swimming Skills: Underwater Swimming (ebook)
  • Lesson: Swimming Skills: Aesthetics (ebook)

Starts and Turns for Fly:Edit

  l. For the starts, use cross pool swimming, getting out by placing hands on deck and raising body out of the water (as butterfly pull). Use two undulating kicks after speed of glide from entry has diminished then one stroke before breath. In the case of poor kickers, encourage flatter entry and starting with a strong arm movement.  

Turning in Butterfly does get seem to get as much attention as say the front crawl tumble turn, yet so much depends on a good Fly turn to help keep the momentum of the stroke going.  

2. From five or more meters out from wall swim in Fly, practicing to reach the trough or wall at comfortable entry position. If half a stroke must be made, it should be made earlier, so that the stroke prior to turning is "on". This practice should be done regularly until a habit is formed.  

3. Practice tums from five yards out dropping on right stroke, turning' push off with two undulating kicks, then pull and breathe.

 

Timeline for Lesson 22Edit

1:40 pm

Welcome students

Change into suits

Introduction of activities

Warm-up exercises

Lesson: Social Skills: Respectfulness (ebook)


Fitness lesson

Aquatic fitness workout


Swim lesson tasks

Lesson: Swimming Skills: Sidestroke (ebook)

Lesson: Swimming Skills: Skin Diving (ebook)

Lesson: Swimming Skills: Starts (ebook)

Lesson: Swimming Skills: Suface Dives (ebook)

Lesson: Swimming Skills: Turns (ebook)

Lesson: Swimming Skills: Underwater Swimming (ebook)

Lesson: Swimming Skills: Aesthetics (ebook)


Advance lesson tasks

Starts and Turns for Fly:

l. For the starts, use cross pool swimming, getting out by placing hands on deck and raising body out of the water (as butterfly pull). Use two undulating kicks after speed of glide from entry has diminished then one stroke before breath. In the case of poor kickers, encourage flatter entry and starting with a

strong arm movement.

Turning in Butterfly does get seem to get as much attention as say the front crawl tumble turn, yet so much depends on a good Fly turn to help keep the momentum of the stroke going.

2. From five or more meters out from wall swim in Fly, practicing to reach the trough or wall at comfortable entry position. If half a stroke must be made, it should be made earlier, so that the stroke prior to turning is "on". This practice should be done regularly until a habit is formed.

3. Practice tums from five yards out dropping on right stroke, turning' push off with two undulating kicks, then pull and breathe.


Swim skills and drills set

test and measurement

5 x 100 IMs on 4 minutes.

2:20 pm

Game Lesson

Sportsmanship 

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.