How To Dryland Train For Swimming
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How To Dryland Train For Swimming

Your Step By Step Guide To Dryland Training For Swimming
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Created by HowExpert
Last updated 7/2020
English
Price: $19.99
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This course includes
  • 43 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Dry Land Training for Swimmers
Requirements
  • Basic Swimming
Description

If you want to train swimming without dipping into the water and without getting expose to sunlight, then you need to grab a copy of this "How To Dryland Train For Swimming" guide.

In this step-by-step guide you will be able to reap the following benefits:

- Learn how to swim easily and quickly at the comfort of your own home.

- Practice swimming without getting wet and sunburns.

- Learn how to swim without worrying of getting your skin exposed to the heat of the sun.

- Learn the different core exercises in relation to the 4 swimming strokes.

- Perform proper stretching exercises and positions before starting the training.

- Learn how to strengthen your power,agility and endurance.

- Discover techniques on how to boost the power of your leg and upper body.

- Perform Stretch Cordz exercises to develop swimming movements.

- See proper positions in doing routines.

- And much more.

Who this course is for:
  • Swimmers Who Wants To Become Better
Course content
Expand 6 lectures 42:50
+ Introduction
6 lectures 42:50
Part 1
12:46
Part 2
06:42
Part 3
06:50
Part 4
06:23
Conclusion
05:28