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...catch and recovery were the most common flaws. Elite swimmers are believed to have ideal biomechanics, yet many in the swimming community recognize these swimmers have flaws. This study analyzed...

...age-group (27%) and sub-elite swimmers (31%) V ast majority of the papers are interdisciplinary (31.34%), biomechanics (25.37%) and physiology researches (20.90%) S wimming research was published in journals with a...

...biomechanics is pertinent to all swim coaches, as velocity often decreases at the end of a race. This study analyzed the effects of fatigue during a 100-m. What was done...

...The newest edition of the Swimming Science Research Review will release tomorrow. Below is the content of this edition. This edition contains vital information about swimming biomechanics and...

...Take Home Points on Dry-land Mistake: CrossFit for Swimmers CrossFit is likely more injurious than other forms of dry-land. CrossFit increases soreness and biomechanics in swimming. CrossFit may...

...Spinal biomechanics, aren't they the darnedest! As I review my mentoring notes, I commonly cross bits of information which I happily translate into swimming biomechanics. In preparation for...

...Take Home Points: Strength training may have a positive effect on swimming stroke biomechanics. Individualized dryland programs are necessary, considering the effects of dryland on future biomechanics. More...

...I teach biomechanics and skill acquisition. In 2010 I received my Doctorate in Sports Performance at the University Castilla La-Mancha (Spain) and I am a certified national swimming coach (Royal...

...in mind the potential hazardous effects of increased training. Specifically, increases in training intensity results in greater muscular soreness, myofascial trigger points, altered biomechanics, compensations, and potentially a greater risk...

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