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Forum: Favorite Practices and Sets 04-14-2011
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Posted By terry
Alan is suggesting you apply the principle of...

Alan is suggesting you apply the principle of Progression here. This is a universal basic principle of training.
1) You give the body some task to perform.
2) Over some period, through repetition,...
Forum: Favorite Practices and Sets 04-02-2011
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Posted By terry
Backstroke Version of Tempo Trainer Practice

I did portions of this practice in Backstroke today. Didn't have time for the whole thing. I want to try the parts without the TT in Backstroke too.
I doubled the distances on two of the sets.

Set...
Forum: Favorite Practices and Sets 04-02-2011
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Posted By terry
On the Breaststroke Conference I left a lengthy...

On the Breaststroke Conference I left a lengthy post, and a set example (http://www.totalimmersion.net/index.php?option=com_jfusion&wrap=showthread.php%3Ft%3D2193), describing exactly this.
Forum: Favorite Practices and Sets 04-02-2011
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Views: 5,927
Posted By terry
Do this practice with coaching and help Japan

PS: We will be giving a clinic modeled on this practice at SUNY New Paltz on Apr 13 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm with proceeds going to the Japan Society for tsunami relief. Shane Eversfield and I will lead,...
Forum: Favorite Practices and Sets 04-02-2011
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Views: 5,927
Posted By terry
How to Optimize a Skill: Repeat it

Alan
Your appetite for experimentation is a model for any improvement-minded swimmer.

One takeaway from your practice that struck me as a particularly valuable lesson: In the two sets in which you...
Forum: Favorite Practices and Sets 03-24-2011
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Posted By terry
Today's Stroke Counting Practice - Free and Back

After posting the blog A Practice to Find Your Best Stroke (http://www.swimwellblog.com/archives/1104) this morning, I was inspired to do precisely that during my mid-day practice.

Here are my...
Forum: Favorite Practices and Sets 03-23-2011
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Posted By terry
Tempo Trainer and Stroke Calibration Practice

Latest blog (http://tinyurl.com/47fbeqf) is third example of how to design practices based on Problem-Solving and Task-Mastery rather than how-far, how-hard.
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