Private Lesson #2; 2021 Week 1

1 x 100 IM Kick
1 x 100 BK
1 x 50 Position 11: tell coach 3 things for SL and 11

Question of the Day:
When swimming any stroke what position should your arms move through?
Correct: 10 Front flips + 3 handstands.
Wrong: 50 Position 11

3 x
3 x SL + 1 BR with a long glide (i hate that word, but its important).
2 x 25: 1= FLY, 2 = BR
1 x 100: FREE; fast kick whole time.

Push off the wall with hands at your side (soldier) glide to the flags without kicking.

Challenge – Flips

3 x Front flips
3 x Back flips, in a ball, like picture.
Super challenge: do 2 front flips in less than 5 seconds.
Super Duper Challenge: Do 5 flips in less than 10 seconds. With breathing.

Float on your back with your feet touching the wall, hands in soldier; not pushing off the wall for 10 seconds. Like corpse pose from yoga.

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