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Swimming Anatomy: Your Illustrated Guide for Swimming Strength, Speed and Endurance Paperback – 1 Apr 2010
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About the Author
Ian McLeod is a licensed athletic trainer and certified massage therapist. At Arizona State University in Mesa, he provided athletic training and massage services to their swimming and diving teams. He also served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Arizona School of Health Sciences, teaching a course on sports injury rehabilitation. He is deeply involved with USA Swimming's High Performance Network, a group of health professional volunteers who support US swimmers at national and international meets.
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However, not good if you are looking for technique guidance.
I am amazed not more people have written a glowing review.
I have re-structured the land training programmes for all my senior swimmers using this book and they are all showing major improvement in their competition performances and training sessions.
Whether you are a swimmer, coach or general fitness enthusiast, buy this book and reap the benifits today!
I found it useful as I find it difficult to visualise how the muscles are working during swimming, and it's something I'd never quite got my head around until now!
Having read it end-to-end in a couple of hours I produced a couple of strength training regimes to work through. I would recommend this book to pretty much any swimmer who wants to do something to complement their pool training.
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