Swimming fastest / Ernest W. Maglischo. Also Titled. Swimming even faster. Author. Maglischo, Ernest W. Other Authors. Maglischo, Ernest W. Swimming even. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , E. Maglischo and others published Swimming fastest. The essential reference on technique, training, and . PDF | MAGLISCHO E. Swim training theory. Kinesiology, Volume endurance training makes it possible for athletes to swim faster through the. middle of races .
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Ratings and Reviews Write a review. Jacques Hugon rated it liked it May 24, Sipho Rutsate rated it it was amazing Sep 12, Gold in the Water: Maglischo also presents important new studies that define the relationship between endurance and sprint training, and he suggests their implications for training.
Swimming Fastest by Ernest W. Maglischo (2003, Hardcover)
Careful photo series show each step of recommended technique and form. He also explores the roles of stroke rate, stroke length, and drag reduction and reevaluates the role of lift forces and the Bernoulli principle in swimming propulsion. The Best Books of Louis rated it liked it Jan 19, Separate different tags with a comma.
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Review Text This work is a reference on competitive swimming, including information on stroke technique and training methods for swimming. Performance Benefits of Training Swimming Fastest covers every aspect of competitive swimming. No trivia or quizzes yet.
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Swiming explains the fawtest relationship between stroke length and stroke rate and swimming speed, and he reviews recent findings on the physical basis of swimming propulsion and the techniques that swimmers use to apply propulsive force.
There is no physics in this book. Maglischo coached swimming for 38 years, working at four universities and two swim clubs. You may also like. He evaluates current training theory, explaining why the anaerobic threshold theory of training needs revision and why muscle fiber types are important to swim training.
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He presents detailed technique analysis of the four primary strokes: Be the first to add this to fatest list.
Don’t worry about buying different books on stroke technique, training and how to design a program. Swimming, where he serves on the Sports Medicine Committee.