PHOENIX, Arizona, June 7. J.R. Rosania, Swimming World Magazine's resident trainer, has six weight-room exercises that can help prevent shoulder injuries. In this clip from SwimmingWorld.TV on page 39 of the June issue of Swimming World Magazine, Rosania demonstrates the exercises, which include external and internal rotation using stretch cords, shoulder adduction, front deltoid raise, supinated shoulder raise and posterior shoulder raise.
Each exercise also is a good way for swimmers to gain strength in their rotator cuff and back muscles. Utilizing the resistance on the weight machine or other equipment is how swimmers gain strength. Rosania suggests up to three sets of 20 repetitions in each exercise.
Because swimming is a sport that causes stress through repetitive activity, Rosania said the supporting muscles of the specific joints need to be strengthened. The shoulder joints are the most injury-prone in a swimmer. Doing "prehab" exercises in the weight room is the best way to keep a swimmer injury free.
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* J.R. Rosania on preventing shoulder injuries
* J.R. Rosania with nine exercise tips
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June 2008 Issue
Contents of The June issue:
3 TECHNIQUE TIP: Backstroke Arm Recovery and Head Position demonstrated by Aaron Peirsol
9 REMEMBERING BUCK DAWSON by Bob Duenkel and Colleen Wilson
Buck Dawson, known as "Mr. Swimming Hall of Fame," passed away April 4 at the age of 87.
10 BRACE YOURSELF, BEIJING by John Lohn
Eighteen world records were broken at the World Short Course Championships in Manchester, England.
15 WHERE DREAMS ARE FULFILLED…OR BROKEN
by Jason Marsteller and John Lohn
America's finest will be vying for a spot this summer on the U.S. Olympic team that will compete in Beijing, site of the 29th Olympiad.
20 THE BEAT GOES ON!
Seven of eight first-place college teams (NCAA Division II and III, NAIA and NJCAA) from last year repeated as champions in 2008.
26 2008 OLYMPIC PREVIEW: NORTH AMERICA by Jason Marsteller
6 A VOICE for the SPORT
49 FOR THE RECORD
62 PARTING SHOT
SWIMMING WORLD TV AND RADIO
7, 31, 39, 57
In the Swimming Technique portion of the magazine you will find the following:
36 Q&A WITH COACH SEAN FARRELL by Michael J. Stott
Sean Farrell began coaching in 1993, enjoying a stellar tenure with Arizona State and Sun Devil Aquatics before returning east to build a YMCA powerhouse at the Cheshire (Conn.) Community YMCA.
39 HOW THEY TRAIN: Travis McNamara by Michael J. Stott
40 HOW TO SWIM A WINNING 50 FREE by Michael J. Stott
Former world-class sprinters Tom Jager and Dean Hutchinson discuss how they prepared to swim—and win—the 50 free.
In the SWIM portion of the magazine you will find the following:
32 THE POOL'S EDGE, PRESENTED BY VIEW: Put the Umph Near the Front!
by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
Here are five easy technique tips to help you put the "umph" near the front of your stroke, resulting in a more efficient and faster freestyle.
33 THE WORKOUT CARD: Stroke-IM Workouts by Michael Mann
34 HEALTH WAVES: Eating Right on the Road by Melissa Paton and Kathleen Woolf
In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:
44 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RECORD SETTERS:
Lake Oswego 13-14 Girls 200 Yard Medley Relay by Judy Jacob
45 SPEEDO AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob
46 TYR AGE GROUP SWIMMER OF THE MONTH: Mackenzie Buss
47 NCSA JUNIOR NATIONALS by Jason Marsteller
48 YMCA NATIONALS by Jason Marsteller
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