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Mr. Laughlin's training fits right in with the Mertail Fitness philosophy and technique. The video demonstrate baby steps to help a swimmer achieve results. It is a sea change for swimmers who think they can pull themselves through the water. You can't. Ideally you propel yourself with your torso and minimize the drag created by your arms and legs. This is excellent for long distance and open water swimmers, racers too. Mermaid Ekena
MY DAUGHTER IS FIVE YEARS OLD AND STARTED LEARNING SWIMMING SINCE THIS SUMMER. AFTER SHE FINISHED HER SWIMMING CLASS IN FITNESS EIGHT TIME SHE FOLLOWED SOME LIFEGARDER TO TAKE PRIVATE LESSONS. SHE SPENT TIME TO LEARN,BUT STILL HAS PROBLEM TO CHANG HER BREATH AND USING UPPER EXTREMITY. THIS DVD HELPS MY A LOT TO CHANG HER ARM POSITION AND MOVING, ESPECIALLY, THE WAY HOW TO CHANG THE BREATH WHEN IN THE WATER, THE WAY TO TURN THE FACE SIDEWAY FOR CHANGING BREATH IS SO IMPRESSED. THIS IS THE BEST TEACHING VIDIO MY DAUGHTER HAS.
According to the video, I've been trying to swim all wrong! Mr. Laughlin makes swimming look effortless, and gives you sound tips at each stage of learning. He shows what happens when you have the right form, and what happens when you do not! It gives me hope that this fraidy cat can actually learn to swim!
"Easy Freestyle" by Total Immersion guru Terry Laughlin introduces us to a new philosophy of swimming. The concepts are fascinating; I found myself eager to extend my workouts once I began Laughlin's drills. The drills seem, at first, to be a little odd, and certainly different than what I was coached to do years ago, but they are designed to imprint new sensations and skills into your muscles and your brain. The drills are better than swimming with training toys, because they really increase your feel for the water.
TI isn't for Michael Phelps. It's for swimmers who feel like they thrash a bit too much, who tire too quickly in distance swims, who have technique issues that they can't solve, and who just plain grunt too much in the pool.
I'm stoked, I don't want to get out of the pool, I'm having the best open water swims of my life these days...and I've only spent three weeks with this DVD.
Watching this educational DVD again and again. Still not an expert but hoping top get there with help. Super three way visual to make his point clear.