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...being the most common response. In my opinion, simply asking swimmers or knowing where the athlete fatigues is essential for improvement as are only as strong as our weakest link....

...in us." He goes on to refer to current research exploring "how much of a factor being descended from slaves contributes to athletic ability." This is one athlete’s opinion, but...

...training doesn't really change just the percentage of yardage.  We do pay attention to individuals and try to adapt to what they like. 14. In your opinion, who are some...

...an issue. In your opinion, what is the maximum amount of training an athlete should perform? Is this volume dependent on the athlete? Yes, it's going to vary so much...

...A lot of coaches stress the upkick, feeling it propels the body forward. In my opinion, the upkick is less about propulsion, but more for balance and rhythm. If you...

...facial beauty, but is this one man's humble opinion or the consensus.  Whether discussing faces or strokes, beauty is far from being quantified, but everyone has a view or opinion on the subject....

...43% in a 2012 survey). (stats from Where are the Elite Female Coaches?) Many have weighed their opinion, both on and off the record (see Kim Brackin Interview, Swimming World)....

...guidelines. 8. If a swimmer is having pain in their shoulder in practice, in your opinion, what should the coach do? I think the biggest thing that the coach can...

...hand, may violate the specificity principle, and could compromise shoulder health. This Author's Informed Opinion on Swimming Dryland Based upon the determinants of swim performance as laid out by Toussaint...

...happen. The above functions are inherent qualities of any good coach, but they are not the only ones. In my opinion, some of them are more important than others. Let...

   
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