By Terry Heggy
Have you ever tried swimming with your hands balled into tight fists? You don’t get a lot of propulsion, do you?
Swimming with your hands closed (commonly referred to as fist drill) dramatically demonstrates the importance of their surface
by Kris Goodrich
My fascination with sculling began in a high school lifeguard class.
My teacher taught us many different types of sculls, and as the only girl in the class, I took it upon myself to be the best in the
by Terry Heggy
Swim faster by performing these drills to reduce drag and increase efficiency
The term “recovery” has two distinct meanings in swimming:
The phase of a stroke that repositions body parts after the power or propulsive phase, to establish proper position