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Swimming Technique June 2015 Issue

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Swimming Technique June 2015 Issue

FEATURE ARTICLES
04 | The Importance of Technique For Swimmers
by John Leonard

08 | How to Train for Long Course in a 25-Yard Pool
by Evan Dulaney
In a perfect world, every club would have the freedom to train long course all they want. There are numerous clubs what don’t have the option to train long course, which begs the question: what’s the best way to train for long course in a short course pool?

06 | Using Warm Up to Improve Weaknesses
by Evan Dulaney
Leading a developmental group of 11-12 year olds, I realized our butterfly was in crisis. In terms of technique and speed, butterfly was the undisputed weakness of the group.

10 | URSPT – “A Statement of Conviction”
by Forbes Carlile

14 | Reaction To Sergei Beliaev’s Article “Ultra-Short-Race-Pace-Training”
by Brent S. Rushall, PhD
A reaction to Sergei Beliaev’s Swimming Technique article, “Ultra-short Racepace training” from February 2015

20 | 5 Swim Sets You Have Try Before You Die
by Wayne Goldsmith
Swim sets are like burgers. There’s a lot of them in the world: some are great, some are awful and some are just plain ordinary burgers. Here are 5 Swim Sets You Have Try Before You Die.

24 | The Best Swimming Streamline
by G. John Mullen
I’ve heard countless coaches suggest improving swimming streamline is the easiest route for swimming improvement, and I couldn’t agree more. Often adjusting your swimming streamline takes very little extra energy, yet you swim faster. What a good deal!

26 | Writing to Learn in Swimming
by Richard Kent Ph.D.
Swimmers learn at different rates and in different ways just like baseball players, heart surgeons, and dancers. Learning theorists have long promoted the idea of diverse learning styles. But how do learning differences affect coaching, athletes, and performances?

28 | The Truth About Icing… What We Still Don’t Know!
by G. John Mullen
Icing has been under scrutiny over the past few years and I’m a tad late on the whole icing debate. So why am I finally coming to the discussion?

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