In the Dryland Rehearsal, you practice your form while looking at yourself in the mirror or the window. You can learn the correct postures or movements of the freestyle in a warm and relaxing environment. You can also identify your bad habits and problems and fix them by examining your movements and comparing them with examples.
Most of the problems in swimming come from not being able to see yourself when swimming in the water. If you understand the correct movement and postures and practice them while looking at yourself in the mirror, you can fix your bad habits, wasteful movements, and the muscle tension that you didn't notice before.
This title includes the practice methods for the following 5 advanced level drills that can be done on land.
- Recovery：Relaxed and graceful recovery movement
- Breathing：Easy breathing using the body rotation
- 2-beat kick：Connection of the movements of legs, hips, and arms in a diagonal line
- Propulsion：Coordination of the body rotation and the arm movement in the water
- Catch and Pull：Effective ways of holding the water to add more propulsion
- Drill 61: Relaxing and Bending the Wrists (0:39)
- Drill 62: Relaxing and Bending the Elbows (0:48)
- Drill 63: Supporting and Bending the Arm (0:50)
- Drill 64: SpearSkate (1:08)
- Drill 65: One Switch after Positioning Pulling Arm (1:06)
- Drill 66: Single Arm SpearSwitch (1:05)
- Drill 67: Single Arm SwingSwitch (1:06)
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