Freestyle XRAY II: Stroke and Tempo
During the swimming season deciding when and how to make the transition between the technical swimming stroke adjustment process and moving to tempo base is critical to a swimmers success.
We believe the solution that requires the least amount of total change—a single focused stroke correction, combined with a determined tempo upbeat will yield strong results.
Remember, it’s about the individual swimmer, all are the same and different.
Stroke starts with streamline, head position, hand entry and more.
Tempo is the music, Tempo is the race….
Do you have all the information you need to make the right decision? What does it take to remain competitive in the constantly changing world of swimming? There may not be a single answer, but one thing is certain: without the right tools and systems in place, it’s nearly impossible for coaches and swimmers to keep pace.
Swimmers Get Faster with Video.
Freestyle XRAY: Lets XRAY the underwater look in the lane view. There are many components of the stroke, so lets start by looking at the hands, Hand Entry and Hand Exit. Lane view freestyle and lane view freestyle follow..
1, 2, 3 Freestyle: Lane View Motion video is one of the most effective swimming analysis tools.
1, 2, 3 Video: Freestyle swimming testing in LANE view – 45 Degree view – 45 Side view. Check out the views, . Compare the Lane view and the Side View. Visual Leaning…It’s amazing what you see. it does not get any better than this.
We are testing this swimmers freestyle for stroke correction, head position first, hand entry and then stroke.
Our patented Swim Stroke Doctor motion underwater video system will definitely help your Swimmers Get Faster.
©Images by Cecil Colwin.
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