1. Cullen Jones Accelerated 50 Free

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    Overspeed and tempo racing to polish off a good season going into Nationals.

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    • Protect Positioning

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      Developing, then maintaining an elongated spinal position while displaying a dynamic range of strength from the shoulder and pelvic girdles is what drives faster swimming. Its not only the exercises, but the athletes' individual engaged application of certain emphasis that makes most exercises EITHER a hit or bust.

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      • Dueling Kick

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        Improved performances are determined by Form Drag vs Force Drag. A simple drill by high level athletes w/ a good foundation is a great tool that provides a lot of feedback as well as drive high heart rates and prime lactate max & threshold development drills.

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        • Streamlining & Overhead Athletes

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          Dryland is as much about activation as it is an investigative approach to finding little things that keep you from maximizing performances such as less than ideal strengths & range of motions, inefficient movement patterns that lend to sub-optimal in-water skill acquisition. When evaluating increasing performances, the hippo in the room for most swimmers is not lack of power, but "form & force drag" due to inflexibilities. Elevate Potential by training smarter...training harder, Train For AXIS.

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          • Athletic Position - Purposeful squats for athletic development

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            Tib anterior activation integrated into protecting your athletic position from the ground up, then the top down. The halo position makes it difficult to draw the hips and knees back in a systematic and progressive manner. But if the athlete can develop that, they acquire a multidirectional tool to increase injury resistance and increase performance parameters because they are maintaining a more optimal alignment.

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            • Dryland cplx in the wtrm for developing athleticism, more efficient swimmers

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              Develop Posture, joint Integrity & fundamental Positioning. Then introduce challenges that lead to controlled failures, this proverbial Enthusiasm increases the athletes' ability to protect what they've built. W/ effective rest & recovery, this epigenetic evolution drives accelerated skill acquisition and increases in performances & injury resistance. Train Smarter...Train Harder, Train For AXIS.

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              • Cabled Row & Rotate

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                The highly-engaged focus behind core training & trunk stabilization is centered on protecting structural integrity, which allows the powerful movements do what we're preparing them to do. If you need them to be responsive, they'll be more responsive. If you need them to be strong, fast and/or agile, then effective core & trunk stabilization will allow you to be even more of what you want. Spend the efforts now, so that its effortless in the arena.

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                • US Indoor 60M Final (Bracy)

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                  Slow motion side & front views for gait analysis.

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                  • Dynamic Hamstring Mobility & Horizontal Pulls, Challenge Positioning & Posture

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                    Outside of skill sets, the 2 variables that have the greatest effect on performance are positioning & posture. Resist hamstring mobility to see where the weak link will manifest itself. Then attack that w/ corrective exercises to strength & lengthen as you integrate into big primals that lend to specific movement skill development.

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                    • Athleticism comes from the hips, so develop fluid pelvic girdle movement to display your strengths in the arenas.

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                      Stronger, more stable & more mobile hips are a great 1st step approach towards developing in the weight room. The next step is to refine the ability to transition from axis of rotation to another and from functional line to functional line. That transitional efficiency means all of the difference between being injured and not injured, athletic and un-athletic and from weight room strong to being field strong.

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