Every swim dryland program should build the athlete’s power while simultaneously their Swim-Specific technique and muscle chains.
This type of swimming can’t replace your regular training, but it works as a substitute while traveling to places where only small pools are at your disposal.
Check out the many ways you can continue to get the most out of your training while away from home!
You can improve technique, speed and power of your swimming EVEN without getting in the water as often as you would like.
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By replicating the exact high catch motion during dryland under resistance, the muscles to aid power and technique in freestyle are being built.
The goal for this circuit is to build the technique and power of the freestyle stroke.
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