ARE YOU GETTING BORED OF YOUR

PRE-SWIM ROUTINE?

OR ARE YOU SIMPLY MISSING ONE?

 

It’s time to take care of your body like you only have one. You will not be able to replace a shoulder, or a hip – if you are a serious competitive swimmer.

So, treat yourself to an effective stretching routine using a technique called proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF). Typically, it’s done against sturdy surfaces, such as walls or with a partner.

But the superband serves as a fantastic tool to both passively and actively stretch. This engages the muscles more, increases more blood flow, and has been shown to be a more effective way of enhancing flexibility as opposed to regular passive stretching.

Areas Targeted in the Video

  • Hamstrings and calves.
  • IT-band.
  • Groin
  • Abductors
  • Quads and hip flexors.
  • Pecs, biceps, and lats.

Benefits

  • Lighter in the water.
  • More effective technique.
  • Improved stroke length.
  • Increased blood flow.

 

 

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Areas Targeted in the Video

  • Hamstrings and calves.
  • IT-band.
  • Groin
  • Abductors
  • Quads and hip flexors.
  • Pecs, biceps, and lats.

Benefits

  • Lighter in the water.
  • More effective technique.
  • Improved stroke length.
  • Increased blood flow.

 

 

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