Getting the most out of your time will hinge greatly on your ability to smartly expend the limited amount of energy that you have. And there is a limit.
Aquatic Exercise for Rehabilitation and Training
The aquatic environment can help to mitigate some of the potential fitness loss in injured athletes.
Fitness Swimming 2nd Edition eBook
In swimming, even the motions you make in the air are important.
Mastering Swimming eBook
The power in swimming comes from the core group of muscles, which this book defines as the area from the neck to the knees, including all of the upper-back and shoulder muscles, the abdominal muscles, and the trunk and upper-leg muscles.
Aquatic Fitness Professional Manual-6th Edition
The skeletal system is comprised of all the bones in the body as well as their associated cartilage and joints. This excerpt focuses on the primary or major bones in the body associated with gross movements.
Water Skiing and Wakeboarding eBook
The two types of balancing movements are counterbalancing and fore�aft balancing.
Water Fitness Lesson Plans and Choreography eBook
View a sample lesson which includes a warm-up and cool-down, variations, choreography, and modifications.
Of all the competitive strokes, breaststroke provides the most variety among world- and national-class swimmers, though over the past several years the trend has been moving away from lifting the shoulders and head high out of the water and toward a flatter, more forward stroke.
Developing Swimmers eBook
Freestyle and backstroke are the two variations of flip turns. Done correctly, they speed up a swimmer while allowing a brief respite from swimming, thus explaining why short-course times are faster than long-course times for the same events.
Rowing Faster 2nd Edition eBook
In current explorations of expert performance in sport, two general rules are often used to classify whether someone has attained expert status.