Swimming Ideas Podcast 001: Position 11

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What are the 3 things to focus on, and what are the 3 things that make it easier. We go in depth into this common and staple swimming drill. Learn how to use this drill in your swim program: Swim Team, Swim lessons, and Masters swimming. You’ll get the tips to make this drill effective for both beginners and for advanced swimmers.

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You’ll see here if you’re a member the variations of swimming in Position 11, taking a stroke and when to breathe or not.

We wrote an article about position 11 quite a while ago here.

In this episode you’ll learn more about:

  • Position 11 for Swim Lesson programs
  • Position 11 drill
  • How to use specific phrases to reinforce the benefits of Position 11
  • The 3 things you can say that make position 11 easy to do well
  • How to scale Position 11 to more advanced swimmers and to transition from no arm movement to swimming


Do you like this Podcast? Look out for more or send us an email at jswim@swimminglessonsideas.com to ask for specifics.

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