Swim Power 3 - MP4 DOWNLOAD

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MP4 DOWNLOAD - With over twenty years of swim coaching, Steve Tarpinian and his coaches have seen a recurring theme; the difficulty swimmers have with practicing the proper pull pattern and how difficult it is to get powerful at doing that technique. This video focuses on this one principle. Does it get results? How about an average 26 seconds off your 500 time in eight weeks? Yes, check out the data; better yet, get started today doing the SwimPower 3 exercises.

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With over twenty years of swim coaching, Steve Tarpinian and his coaches have seen a recurring theme; the difficulty swimmers have with practicing the proper pull pattern and how difficult it is to get powerful at doing that technique. This video focuses on this one principle. Does it get results? How about an average 26 seconds off your 500 time in eight weeks? Yes, check out the data; better yet, get started today doing the SwimPower 3 exercises.

 

 

RESULTS OF SWIM POWER 3 PROGRAM:
Eight out of nine athletes improved their 100 yard/meter swim after the SwimPower 3 program. Only one athlete did not improve, but increased his 100 yard/meter time by 1 second.  The range of change in 100 yard/meter times was from +0:01 seconds to -0:08 seconds.  The average change in 100 yard/meter was an improvement of 2.8 seconds.  
 
All nine athletes improved their 500 yard/meter timed swim after the SwimPower 3 program.  The range of change in 500 yard/meter times was from an improvement of 0:07 seconds to an improvement of 1:01 minutes.  The average improvement was 26.3 seconds.
 
Athletes who began the program with slower 100 and 500 yard/meter swim times made greater improvements than athletes who began with faster swim times.
 
CONCLUSION:
Eight weeks of the specific SwimPower 3 exercises combined with three hour long sessions of swimming produced an improvement in age group triathletes' 100 and 500 yard/meter swim time trials.  In this study, all athletes made improvements in swim times.  An average improvement of 2.8 seconds over a 100 yard/meter time was observed and as well as an average improvement of 26.3 seconds over a 500 yard/meter time trial was observed.  From this information, we may conclude that athletes would further improve times over longer distances.  Athletes who began the program with slower times made the greatest gains over eight weeks, while faster athletes also made gains.  This indicates that while all swimmers can improve swim times by using the SwimPower 3 program, weaker swimmers have the most to gain.

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