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  1. How To Integrate Technique and Fitness Goals Into Your Training (MP4 DOWNLOAD)

    How To Integrate Technique and Fitness Goals Into Your Training (MP4 DOWNLOAD)

    Do you think of technique practice, and conditioning or training, as fundamentally different activities? Have you thought that, while working on technique, you have to sacrifice fitness? Or that to improve your endurance or speed, you might have to swim less efficiently? In fact, you can completely integrate technique and fitness goals in training. In this webinar Terry Laughlin explains how to eliminate boundaries between them. Enhance endurance, while working primarily on technique. Enhance efficiency, while doing sets that test or develop endurance and speed. You begin by practicing drills differently. Terry explains how. In whole stroke, it involves designing training sets as problem-solving exercises. When you design the problem the right way, the solution not only results in faster times, but it can only be achieved if you also improve efficiency. Learn More
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  2. How Swimming Works (MP4 DOWNLOAD)

    How Swimming Works (MP4 DOWNLOAD)

    In this webinar Terry Laughlin elaborate on these topics: 1 - The Bubble that keeps the dominant swimming culture from developing programs that actually work for most people. 2 - The features of the Universal Human Swimming Problem that any program seeking to serve ALL people, not just the gifted ones, must solve (which TI alone does). Learn More
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  3. Work the Count (Stroke Count that is!) MP4 DOWNLOAD

    Work the Count (Stroke Count that is!) MP4 DOWNLOAD

    In baseball, the phrase 'work the count' refers to a hitter who uses intelligent judgement at the plate to wait for a pitch he can do something with, while making the pitcher throw more pitches, increasing the chances he'll fatigue in the later innings. I've adapted the phrase to swimming to describe a rare and valuable skill at finding the right stroke count for various situations. In this webinar we cover the following: 1) How to find your optimal range of strokes-per-length counts (i) via a simple height-indexed method, or (ii) via a more personalized (and 'organic') method -- using Tempo Trainer exercises. 2) How many counts in your range? 3) How to develop Stroke Length adaptability -- the ability to 'play' the counts in your range like a piano student playing scales. 4) Using SPL changes to create easy speed. Learn More
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