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Old 06-10-2016
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Hi Lloyd,

The Sagittal plane is 90 degs to the Frontal plane. Scapular plane is down the middle at 45 degs. I think Suzanne posted this link in an earlier thread; here's a good illustration of the three planes: http://www.acceleratesp.com/shoulder...f-the-scapula/

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That is actually good news then.

This was quite a bumpy thread with a lot to digest. :)

For that video up in this thread, with the popular coach commenting on zipper-drill downsides, he checks off on swimming at the "longest axis." I took that to mean the scapular now sagittal as you have clarified. Indeed, it does look to me like she recovers along the sagittal plane.

Btw, if we had a camera looking directly down on a swimmer, you want your swimmer to recover in arc movements right (away from the body and to sagittal?)
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Old 06-15-2016
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That is actually good news then.

This was quite a bumpy thread with a lot to digest. :)

For that video up in this thread, with the popular coach commenting on zipper-drill downsides, he checks off on swimming at the "longest axis." I took that to mean the scapular now sagittal as you have clarified. Indeed, it does look to me like she recovers along the sagittal plane.

Btw, if we had a camera looking directly down on a swimmer, you want your swimmer to recover in arc movements right (away from the body and to sagittal?)
Hi Lloyd,

Sorry missed your question.

I don't use the sagittal plan for reference, it's just another point of confusion. In top view just make sure to keep recovery arm swings wide, away from body - outside of the body line. It's when the elbow drifts high above the back (or frontal plane) is when it's a problem with shoulder impingement and stunts fluid movement.

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Old 06-18-2016
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Thanks CoachStuart! I like that you keep it simple.
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Even Brett Sutton agrees with this threads advice

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXhFL0VJmec
Good stuff combined with a load of crap. Take your pick.
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