Private Lesson #1 Week of 1/18/2021

100 IM Kick
4 x 25: No freestyle
2 x 50: FR
1 x 50 Position 11; tell coach all 3 things for SL and 11 before you go.

Question of the Day:
Does “bilateral” breathing mean doing it to both sides?
Correct: Stand in shallow water and do 10 breaths to the side starting with your face in.
Wrong: 50 FREE with breathing always towards the lifeguards.

3 x
2 x 50: Backstroke
1 x 100: FREE; keep moving.
1 x Challenge

Streamline off the wall underwater. After the stairs turn it into an airplane and make it to the flags without kicking.

Push off the wall with your hands, going feet first. “Reverse” streamline (feet first) past the yellow.

Starting at the flags, Swim backstroke to the wall with only 3 strokes and 5 flutter kicks.

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