September 30th, 2013
In the final Fast Swimming Techniques Video on the Freestyle Flip Turn, Gary Hall Sr talks about The Push Off and Breakout. Learn the fastest swimming techniques as well as mistakes to avoid during the Push Off and Breakout.
September 20th, 2013
In our second part of Fast Swimming Techniques Video Series on the Freestyle Flip Turn, Gary Hall Sr discusses 3 common mistakes made during the Flip Turn along with drills that can improve your own swim training program. Learn innovative swimming drills for the Freestyle Flip Turn and know the proper position of the head, arms and feet. The Flipturn is the part of the Race where there is the greatest opportunity to gain on your competitors so take notes!
September 11th, 2013
In this Fast Swimming Techniques Video Series we dissect the Freestyle Flip Turn into 4 parts. The Approach, the Flip, the Pushoff and the Breakout are all equally important to a fast turn. In part 1 Gary Hall Sr talks about common mistakes made during the Approach as well as important swimming drills that can improve your own swimming training program and help you get ahead of your competition.
August 21st, 2013
“Gary Hall Jr. is well known for his “pro-wrestling like” antics before a competition; frequently strutting onto the pool deck in boxing shorts and robe, shadow boxing and flexing for the audience.” Find out why ten time Olympic Medalist Gary Hall Jr was shadowboxing, flexing and kissing his biceps then stepping up on the blocks and crushing his competition for so many years!
August 20th, 2013
Preparing for an Open Water swim is critical and will often present unexpected and dangerous conditions. Whether you are considering your first Triathlon, an Athlete looking for a competitive edge, or just a Sunbather going into the water on a sunny day, this video series will enhance your ability to avoid and prevent danger from occurring.
August 13th, 2013
In this Fast Swimming Techniques Video Gary Hall Sr reveals the way The Race Club teaches Breastroke. We believe that the Swimmer must get into a full streamline after each narrow kick in order to minimize frontal drag and maximize distance per stroke. Aaron Greenberg demonstrates one of the best examples of Breastroke the Race Club style! Learn the details that will make huge improvements in your swim training program.
June 7th, 2013
In our final How to Train for a Triathlon Open Water Swim video, the competition is about to begin. We’ve followed Holden and John throughout the week learning about open water swimming techniques throughout a beach start race. John’s lack of preparation could result in dire consequences not only for himself but for those around him. Find out how each competitor handles the pre race jitters and the Open Water Swim…
June 1st, 2013
Follow Professional Triathlete Holden Comeau as he shows us how to train for a Triathlon in the pool and how he prepares the morning of the competition. Training for an Open Water swim race is much different than training for a pool race. While you should train in the Ocean often, it is not always feasible so we adapt our swim training program by incorporating different techniques of kicking, swimming drills and variable speed swim training sets that will mimic the effort and distance of the Open Water swim in the pool. Whether you are a pro or a first time Open Water swimmer, preparing for a triathlon can help yourself and others avoid dangerous situations. Learn the details in preparing for a competition from a professional that can end up making the competition day a success!
May 24th, 2013
As professional Athlete Holden Comeau trains for a Triathlon, LA County Lifeguard Andrew Czer gives him advice on how to catch a wave and when to begin highstepping back into shore. Meanwhile, John wakes up for the competition but isn’t exactly prepared…
May 23rd, 2013
The Flowers Sea Swim is the most fun Open Water Swim event we have ever been a part of. Every June in the Grand Cayman Islands for the past 22 years Frank Flowers has hosted a whole week of activities surrounded by the 1 mile Swim and 5 and 10K Swims. There are prizes for everyone with serious cash prizes for the top finishers.