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Post by cottmiler Sun Jun 20, 2021 11:11 am

This chap shows very good swimming. His channel has other useful stuff on it.

Here is kicking:

https://youtu.be/Ro2Q7fDO9_Q

Here is freestyle:

https://youtu.be/1VdT6a2aARU

Here are drills:

https://youtu.be/25hp_ERvymI

I can,t find out any more about him though?

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Post by Don Wright Mon Jun 21, 2021 10:38 am

cottmiler wrote:This chap shows very good swimming.  His channel has other useful stuff on it.

Here is kicking:

https://youtu.be/Ro2Q7fDO9_Q

Here is freestyle:

https://youtu.be/1VdT6a2aARU

Here are drills:

https://youtu.be/25hp_ERvymI

I can,t find out any more about him though?

During the first 12 secs or so of the first clip, you can see his very interesting dolphin (i.e. legs/feet together) kick upbeats initiated by upward action from the chest, then  adding in quick intermediate scissor-kicks.  As a bod who normally starts a dolphin kick upbeat by quickly nodding the head down a bit (so my head disappears UW at that stage) the "Silent Swimmer" did not appear to move his head that much.  All-in-all a very nice relaxed style!

 When my wife (who does an hour of freestyle daily) was chatting to fellow swimmers about my absence from the pool - a "layoff" due to a big area of scab on my badly scraped left shin (which after nearly a month is still painful at times) - the suggestion was "Just go swimming anyway!" . Hmmmm, am sorely tempted!

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