Open Water Swimming Speedup Skills Series 2



In open water swimming, there are several factors such as a current and a swell that may impact your speed.
When you swim for a long distance, your speed also will be affected by the change of the form caused by the fatigue.
To change your swim style based on the environment or your condition makes your swim more effective and your speed more sustainable.
In this series, you will learn several kinds of skills to form your swimming styles. The goal is to have multiple gears (swimming styles) to swim faster and more efficient.

Contents of Series 2

Stroke Phase
You can coordinate the timing of the movements more precisely by learning the stroke phase of freestyle.
Understand the connection between the right arm and the left arm and between one arm above the surface and the other in the water.

Underwater Stroke
When you increase your tempo, you can avoid slipping by controlling underwater stroke. We will introduce a sculling sequence for precise movement of palms and elbows.

Recovery Control
You will learn to control the height of recovery to shorten the track for increasing the tempo. You will also learn how to recover and insert your hand over a swell.

● There are several video files (MP4 format) and one PDF file without video.
● Text part of the PDF is based on video scripts.
● Video resolution: 640x360 pixels
● File size: 164M Bytes
● Total video duration: 15 minutes 52 seconds

Additional Information

Release Date Sep 18, 2015

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