Split Time, July 3, 2010: Quantity or Quality? Coley Stickels Talks About His Low-Volume Approach

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 3. PART two of the coaching philosophy topic on Split Time features Coach Coley Stickels of Lake Oswego Swim Club, who believes his low-volume approach is effective for all swimmers, even distance specialists.

There are two streams of thought when it comes to the amount of volume swimmers need to do in practice. For decades we've seen swimmers succeed in a "more swimming is better," system. High volume programs have influenced many coaches today. But there is another train of thought that, "less pool training is more." Watch the full show in the video player below and visit Swimming World.TV for more video interviews.

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