BRS04 Category: Breaststroke – 2 Pulls, 1 Kick
Full breaststroke with normal timing and technique. 1 stroke is a combination of a full arm stroke and a full kick. The other stroke has an arm stroke without the kick.
Note: If training a less conventional breaststroke without the body undulation, it should be noted that this drill tends to encourage a body dolphin on the arm-only stroke. Therefore, if training the newer system of a flatter breaststroke, attention should be given to reducing the undulation on the arm-only stroke phase.
Helps eliminates pauses in the Pull and Recovery phase
Helps develop power on the Pull phase
- Add Glide paddles to help focus on arm recovery
- Add Power Bags over the Calves to train the kick to connect the calves for power
- Add Power Bags on feet to focus on hiding the kick recovery/glide and powering kick