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Capacity Training in 10 and unders

posted Feb 7, 2013, 11:59 AM by Pat Windschitl   [ updated Feb 7, 2013, 12:01 PM ]
Slideshow by John Leonard of ASCA.

“Building a Bigger Cup for the Ten & Under swimmer”
• Learn technical skills. Strokes, starts, turns.
• Learn to apply your body, generate force, hold positions on land and in the water.
• Develop the “ability” to train at the next level of development.

(what is that ability? Its physical and mental.)

“the Ability to train”
• Complete a distance
• Complete a set
• Stay on an interval
• Allocate energy
• Judge your capacity and enlarge it
• “Comfortable with being uncomfortable”
• “working towards” muscular endurance – holding strokes
• Quality strokes leads to….distance per stroke, leads to Stroke rate.  Learn to train for each.



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