Improve the Flutter Kick with Vertical Kicking

It could be that you struggle with our freestyle stroke drills because your flutter kick isn’t propulsive enough. If this is the case, the vertical flutter kick drill can help. Here’s a video that demonstrates vertical flutter kicking: Drill Instructions...
Front Crawl Swimming Drills – Slide and Glide

Front Crawl Swimming Drills – Slide and Glide

Slide and Glide is one of our swimming drills to learn swimming front crawl. You roll from side to side in a stable position, and observe a short pause on each side to adjust your balance. You also integrate the full arm stroke movements into the drill: Note: This...
Swimming Freestyle – Slide on your Side Drill

Swimming Freestyle – Slide on your Side Drill

Slide on your side is a swimming drill to learn swimming freestyle more on the sides while also maintaining good balance and a long body in the water. Swimming more on the sides allows to improve propulsion but can feel odd at first. Practicing this drill lets you get...
Swimming Freestyle – Slide-Front-Slide Drill

Swimming Freestyle – Slide-Front-Slide Drill

This drill to learn swimming freestyle lets you practice rolling from side to side, with an intermediary prone position. You also have to pay attention to your balance and have to keep your body tall and extended in the water. Mastering this drill allows you to have a...
Learn Swimming Freestyle – Advanced Slide on Your Side Drill

Learn Swimming Freestyle – Advanced Slide on Your Side Drill

While swimming freestyle a lot of swimmers lose their balance when they roll on the side to breathe. As a consequence they create more drag and lose their forward momentum. Advanced Slide on your Side tries to prevent this by letting you practice balance in a position...
Why and How to Practice Swimming Drills

Why and How to Practice Swimming Drills

The concept of a swimming drill may sound intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. A drill is simply a specific exercise that focuses on a particular aspect of a swim stroke. And by using a logical sequence of swimming drills you can learn a new stroke without...

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