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...in the freestyle swimming stroke. Prolonging the finish to the stroke may cause drag between the arms, trunk, and legs. As Maglischo writes, “It seems reasonable to assume that unnecessary,...

...Swimming Energy Training in the 21 st Century by Dr. Brent Rushall Lactic Acid and Muscular Fatigue by Dr. Ernest Maglischo Dr. Rushall has been dismissing VO2max for sometime. Dr....

...of a race, then diminish. However, studies inducing severe fatigue note CP is still present in the body, therefore CP system never shuts down completely. Dr. Maglischo brings to light...

...likely associated, not the cause of fatigue. For swimming, Dr. Ernest Maglischo has written an excellent piece about the pitfalls in the lactate theory. He even breaks down many of...

...function: is it propelling or not? When does it end? For my part, I lean on the definition of Maglischo (this phase begins when the hand entry into the water...

...swim strokes readily available to the coach.  Still there has been enough research for authors such as Maglischo (2003) to conclude, "Rolling the body from side to side is essential...

...who uses the pull buoy to hide faults must confront the faults directly. References: Brent S. Rushall. CARLILE COACHES' FORUM Volume 3, Number 5: June 28, 1996 Maglischo, Ernie. Swimming...

...needed. Further Reading: Resisted Swimming ASSISTED AND RESISTED SPRINT TRAINING IN SWIMMING Maglischo, E. W., Maglischo, C. W., Zier, D. J., & Santos, T. R. (1985). The effects of sprint-assisted...

...observed in the active arm. This indicates  readily available glucose will spare the PCr stores. Prevent Potassium Leakage Lactic Acid and Muscular Fatigue by Dr. Ernest Maglischo is a great...

...Breaststroke by Distance Throughout the article, the authors begin with a detailed analysis of breaststroke. Here is a nice description of different techniques proposed by Maglischo in 2003 over the...

   
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