Connected Swimming – 3 – Extra Power

Connected Swimming - Front Crawl Extra Power In my first 3 posts on swimming front crawl I covered: Reflex Breathing Arm Structure and Indirect Power Leg Structure and Indirect Power The indirect power sources, I described were the lats and shoulder muscles for the arms and the Psoas, abdominal muscles and buttocks for the legs. … Continue reading Connected Swimming – 3 – Extra Power

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Connected Swimming – 2 – Feeling the Way Your Body Moves

Connected Swimming 2 This is the third post in my series on Connected Swimming. This approach uses some very well known tools and techniques from the Moving Arts world to improve your basic body strength, breathing and coordination.  However, these principles are non-obvious for most people. I spent a long time figuring out how to … Continue reading Connected Swimming – 2 – Feeling the Way Your Body Moves

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Connected Swimming

Connected Swimming Swimming is like any exercise - there is always room for improvement. Many of us learn specific techniques which take us further along our experiential and prowess routes. There are however, some wonderful principles around connected movement that are really, natural laws - they are how we are designed to move. Yet many … Continue reading Connected Swimming

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Pucker Up – Better Breathing When You Swim

Re-learning A problem with having learnt stuff decades ago, is that you tend to forget the learning process - what you have learnt has become intuitive. So when you try to explain a particular technique to someone - you can forget some of the nuances of the leaning process. I had an interesting instance this … Continue reading Pucker Up – Better Breathing When You Swim

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