A couple of weekends ago I attended a US Masters clinic on how to put on a stroke clinic.
It was a lot of fun and I enjoyed learning their drill progressions. I’m always surprised by the way a drill changes just by having some different focus points. That’s one thing I’ve always enjoyed about furthering my education in swimming. Always learning new things!
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I’ve signed up to do Yoga with Adriene’s 30 days of yoga – to help me get 2018 started right.
It begins just after the new year, but you can start it at any time after that. I’ve done something similar in the past, and I feel like this is a great compliment to pool training and the other dry land that I do.
Continue reading “Cross-training with Yoga”
I’m not a fan of the design of this site and I’m still slowing organizing everything – but a post is better than no post!
I’ve started swimming again! I swim after I coach morning practice, so that means I’m by myself. My current workout is fairly simple and
probably definitely a little too much based on feel. It is a predominantly freestyle practice.
Depending on the day and how much playing, rest, drill, and aerobic work I do, it takes about 40 minutes to over an hour. The goal is quality over quantity – haha.
Let me know if you do this workout sometime on your own! Continue reading “Coach David’s Solo Workout (Dec 2017)”
I’m updating this site to be a place for some of my coaching recommendations and experiences.
It may take a little while to get everything up and going, so please be patient.
If you are interested in swimming, check out a team that I coach: https://swimgeorgetown.com
Edit: I’m not a big fan of the design of the theme/design, but I’ll use it while I build out content. It works alright for now.