Professional photographer Daniel J. Smith offers his tips for shooting great underwater swimming technique photos.
Sheila talks about how she worked outside the Olympic system to qualify for the Olympic Games.
Sheila talks about how anyone can develop feel for the water.
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The swimmer’s secret weapon is Swim Tubing Drills because they build the proper technique and strength simultaneously. Try this functional strength exercise and you’ll find new strength for the underwater pull.
The recovery drill teaches swimmers how to properly lift their arms from the water after the finish.
Learn how to properly streamline underwater and you can improve your hydrodynamics and also improve your upper arm and shoulder flexibility and mobility for a more effective reach phase of the stroke.
Sheila demonstrates how to use Halo swim tubing on a Halo bench in this video below.
Sheila Taormina’s favorite swimming drill is the Press-Out Drill because it builds crazy strength for the underwater pull.
Swim Speed Secrets Drill: Catch-Up Drill
The One-Arm Pull with Kickboard is a variation on the One-Arm Drill that some swimmers find easier. Swimming with one arm at a time immediately reveals uneven strokes.