miercuri, 14 august 2013

Professional Swim Coach

Professional Swim Coach



Henry "Hank" Buntin We learn by drilling. Everything we repeat is a drill. We create habitual and reflexive behaviors by drilling or repeated actions. So it is with learning math or swimming. Effective drills are repeated stimuli of significant duration and intensity for creating patterns of behavior of desired responses. Concentrate on those things which make you go fast not on going fast. Learn how to do it right before you do it fast. Teach swimmers the whys of doing things and they will be more inclined to accomplish their goals because they will understand what the goal is and why doing a thing in a specific way will enhance their skills. For example: Keeping the elbow higher than the fingertips in the prone strokes,
is necessary for leverage and thus mechanical advantage and effective power. This is only one example of a basic principle that many coaches may approach with different drills but leverage is the key lesson to be taught. Drills include every aspect of training from repeating laps to repeated nourishment, resting and life style. Our lives are one big drill. The key is to select those that most beneficial for the goals you want to achieve.

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