[视频] 全浸教练语录 更好理解全浸理念(阅读整理版)

灰熊喱嗨 发表于 2012-9-1 18:25:33
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The correct advice -- for breathing -- is:
1) Maintain a continuous flow of air into and out of your lungs.
2) Begin exhaling, in an unforced way, as soon as you finish inhaling. (This can be from both mouth and nose.) The rate of exhale will increase naturally as your tempo and/or exertion do.
3) Then exhale forcefully just as your mouth reaches the surface.


Balance, relaxation, alignment and streamlining are the Focal Points I would recommend to anyone aiming to complete their first continuous pool mile.

Any more than a fraction of an inch wastes energy (the arm weighs 10x as much when lifted from the water, than it weighs IN the water) and contributes to downward pressure on other body parts.

For recreational swimmers i.e. not opympians, the most important thing is to keep their body balanced (prevent the legs from sinking). TI head coach Terry Laughlin found up years ago that if you slice your hand deep, your legs won't sink (head position is also crucial). We teach placing the hand deeper to eliminate drag and enable the swimmers to swim through the smallest possible hole.

If the amount of time people are spending thinking about what happens under the body were instead devoted to balance, active streamlining, WIDE TRACKS in the spearing...I think people woudl be making much faster progress.
---- coach suzane

wide tracks" is meant only to the recovery and entry phase, NOT the stroke phase.

I'd also suggest there are two different learning processes we should employ in a complementary manner
Technical - Based on specific and detailed aspects of skill or mechanics. You do this with drills or focal points.
Art - Based on striving for grace, beauty, harmony and flow. You do this with visualization and tuning into sensations you get from the water, that tell you whether you're working WITH or AGAINST.

 楼主| 灰熊喱嗨 发表于 2012-9-1 18:25:44
the "pull" is nothing without body rotation。
-Suzanne Atkinson, MD

 楼主| 灰熊喱嗨 发表于 2012-9-1 18:25:58
Anchor, then rotate is always my mantra
-Suzanne Atkinson, MD

 楼主| 灰熊喱嗨 发表于 2012-9-1 18:26:50
It's true that shoulder rotation alone will provide much of the drag-avoidance we look for. But without hip rotation too, there will be a degree of tension and torque in the midsection that, over time, will tire a swimmer more quickly.
-Terry Laughlin
Head Coach & Chief Executive Optimist

 楼主| 灰熊喱嗨 发表于 2012-9-1 18:27:07
Hip rotation also is critical as the 'engine' for the 2BK, which in turn gives back power to the stroke.

-Terry Laughlin

 楼主| 灰熊喱嗨 发表于 2012-9-1 18:27:19
a hip-driven stroke is unquestionably the most economical and sustainable way to swim any middle or long distance, an advantage that becomes even more significant in open water

-Terry Laughlin

 楼主| 灰熊喱嗨 发表于 2012-9-1 18:27:32
I personally observed Popov practicing for a total of 5 to 6 hours in 1998 while he was in the US for the Goodwill Games. He swam perhaps 18,000m during that time. Every stroke I saw him take -- at practice, not racing, conditions - was impeccably front-quadrant - as we used to say at the time. He began every stroke with a profoundly patient - as we say now - lead hand.

-Terry Laughlin

 楼主| 灰熊喱嗨 发表于 2012-9-1 18:27:47
There's a kind of bias that 2-beat kicks produce less speed than 6-beats, because people think the propulsion is continuous with a 6-beat vs intermittent in the 2-beat. This is only true if you're swimming 100 meters or less. For any greater distance, the 2-beat is more efficacious.

-Terry Laughlin

 楼主| 灰熊喱嗨 发表于 2012-9-1 18:27:58
ONe of hte things the speed suits did was help the swimmers maintain posture, in spite of fatigue...drag reduction, not from friction, but from form.

Now that the speed suits are no longer allowed, top level swim coaches have been focusing much, much more on core strength and maintaining firm body posture at the end of a race...not on pulling harder.

-Suzanne Atkinson, MD


 楼主| 灰熊喱嗨 发表于 2012-9-1 18:29:13
Always try to create as few waves as possible at any given exertion level.
-Suzanne Atkinson, MD

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