Improving Your Swimming Strokes
Swimming is a great way to exercise. With zero pressure on your joints, you can be assured that you are not wearing them out.
If you are a serious swimmer, improving on your stroke is paramount in getting a better swim. While many people set swimming goals based on speed and distance covered, Scott Bay from U.S. Masters Swimming urges us to focus on our technique.
The stroke comprises of 3 main elements: balance, posture and, line. In order to fix your stroke, you need to identify where the problem(s) lie within these 3 elements and act accordingly. Scott goes into detail about how each of these 3 elements should look and feel like when done at its best, and how you can fix your stroke.
Read about it here. “New Year, New Technique: Here’s How to Fix What’s Ailing Your Stroke”
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