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Which front crawl drills and stroke corrections do you need to focus on to improve?

Learn how to correct your front crawl stroke and swim faster than ever with less energy! We quite often see swim client improvements in pace from 10-30 seconds per 100 metres holding an average pace over a few lessons!

We can help you improve your technique using video camera analysis, stroke correction and swim drills in the endless pool. Based in Chertsey Surrey.

In this sequence of front crawl technique drills you can see the following:

• O ring drill for feel for the water • Long doggie paddle for catch phase • Kicking • Bodyroll hip driven with the Finis tech toch • Alternating fists for the catch • Touch head and shoulder for recovery and entry phases • Pull on a rope drill for alignment • Single arm passive arm in front • Kicking torpedo • Touch thigh • Single arm passive arm by side

We offer

1. Front crawl coaching to a levels of swimmers.

2. Front crawl video analysis in an endless pool at Tribal in Chertsey:

3. Swim squads for intermediates, held at Aldershot 50m indoor pool:

4. Online training plans for swimming and triathlons:

5. Personal Online Triathlon coaching using Training Peaks

Sign up to an endless pool 121 video analysis session and find out what’s been holding you back with your swim stroke.

If you have a swim technique problem if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire the Speedy Swimming Team!

Learn how to become more streamlined, improve your swim efficiency and technique, build fitness and become a speedier swimmer!

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Nick is a level 3 British Triathlon Coach, STA level 2 Swim Teacher, Nowca Open Water Swim coach, Level 2 Accredited Training Peaks coach, and Training Bible coaching Master endurance coach with 25 years’ experience in triathlon, founder and Head Coach for Speedy Swimming.

The Freestyle Technique Improvement Specialists


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