• Dead Spots and Inefficiencies in Your Stroke

    One of the first things I noticed when I started swimming with DragSox (aside from how hard I had to kick to keep moving forward) is that DragSox forced me to develop better rhythm and timing. Because DragSox add resistance, any dead spots in my stroke were quickly exposed. Every time I had a dead […]

  • Interview with Gennadi Touretski

    Some of the things discussed in the interview: Straight arm technique, catch-up vs. kayak principle in swimming, why injuries happen, recipe for long term success in swimming, technique must be taught out of the water, full body race suits, body and hip rotation, rhythm in swimming, stroke frequency, Michael Phelps, Alexander Popov, swimming on the […]