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...A common flaw between good and elite backstrokers is the initial catch. This stage occurs directly after the entry, but before maximal elbow flexion. A few common terms used...

...Over Crossing over occurs when the swimmer initiates their catch and brings their arm across their body. When the arm crosses the body, it closes the space on the anterior...

...is a horizontal plane of the body and cuts the body between top and bottom halves. It is perpendicular to both frontal and sagittal plane. The catch phase in freestyle...

...the right ankle appears to slightly dorsiflex to return to streamline. Frame 6: Right shoulder extension begins for the catch, while the arm remains fixed in internal rotation. Left arms...

...try to implement with the breaststrokers is maintaining technique when they are fatigued. We will work on their catch and pull exclusively because that is usually the part of the...

...every stroke, for a long, healthy career. One common stroke flaw is a wide catch during freestyle. It is uncertain how this biomechanical flaw beings in a swimmer, but as...

...The catch phase of swimming is the most propulsive portion of freestyle. I commonly see swimmers who are utterly lost on the subject. Whether they've been indoctrinated with...

...be performed by pressing the chest forward and minimally raising the head (see above). · Explosively exhale immediately after the late catch position. A quick exhalation helps keep the chest...

...different styles of a freestyle catch, because numerous styles are successful. Each swimmer has an individualized catch which is most appropriate for their body. Finding an individual catch depends on...

...the arm during the catch, does this study confirm or dispute this coaching? This study may not relate to the concept of “anchoring” the arm during the catch. I believe...

   
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