Commit Swimming Set Of The Week: Resisted Sprinting

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Welcome to Swimming World’s Set of the Week sponsored by Commit Swimming.com! This week’s set is a short sprint set using cords as resistance. This is a great set to add in at the end of a workout or to add into a longer sprint set or stations day.

Swimmers will need to pair up with partners with one person on the deck holding the cord for resistance for the swimmer in the water. Make sure the partner on land has a good amount of resistance on the cord (so much they are almost swimming in place) so that the swimmer in the water can really feel when they are slipping in the water or missing the timing of their stroke.

The goal of the resistance is to give swimmers a better feel on their stroke when the cord is released and they accelerate out of their resisted cycle swims.

Take a look at the set below:

X # of Rounds:

3 x 1-2-3 sprint cycles by repeat against cords @ :30

1 x 4 sprint cycles against cord, release into full 25 sprint

25 easy, switch partners

 

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Author: James Sica

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James Sica is the Men and Women's Assistant Coach at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has been an assistant coach at CMU in Pittsburgh, PA (2015-2017), a volunteer assistant coach with the Harvard women’s program (2014-2015) and an assistant with the Ithaca College men's program (2012-2014).

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