- Easy to learn freestyle methods to make you faster
- Learn freestyle techniques for maximum efficiency
- Gain a more efficient breathing technique through freestyle drills
with Richard Quick,
former Auburn University Head Men's and Women's Swim Coach;
former Stanford University Head Women's Swimming Coach,
12 NCAA Team Championships, 5X NCAA "Coach of the Year"
Richard Quick's first key to successful freestyle is learning to maintain an efficient and balanced body position that is not compromised when arm movement is added. Next, Coach Quick shares a thorough explanation of the arm movement and demonstrates proper hand placement into the water. Quick then builds the stroke through a series of easy to follow drills that teach proper posture, line, and balance. Quick's proven drill sequence also includes recovery strategies that assist in keeping the body in a forward focused line on the water - not wavering from side to side. Quick's drills also assure proper timing of the breathing in the stroke. In a review and critique of the full freestyle stroke, you will see the successful results of Quick's drill sequence as his young demonstrators swim a fluid and efficient freestyle stroke.
65 minutes. 2006.Swimming & Diving Videos