Two Kinds of Pain

Ryan Woodruff
Head Coach
Lynchburg YMCA

I needed some swimmers to do distance freestyle pace.  Others to do some fast stroke work.  22 swimmers in 5 lanes with 1 coach… how to manage?  Parallel sets that allowed me to go back and forth timing the two groups.

A photo posted by SwimmingWizard (@swimmingwizard) on Jan 4, 2017 at 5:29pm PST

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2 thoughts on “Two Kinds of Pain

  1. We use “deep practice” to mean whole-stroke swimming where the swimmer focuses on one particular aspect of the stroke. For free, it might be a high-elbow catch or breathing low and fast, for example.

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