Advertisement
The Morning Swim Show

Dryland Tip: Rhythmic Stabilization

Uploaded on July 5, 2012 by G_John
Share |
Purpose: Rhythmic stabilization helps an athletes react to outside force and maintain their body in a straight line, despite force being applied through the legs. Moreover, it improves frontal and transverse strength while forcing the swimmer to breathe.

Directions: Have the athlete lie on their back, and then have them brace their core and hold onto the sides of the table or ground for support. Next, have your partner apply a predictable pattern of force from all sides of the leg, challenging the athlete to maintain the same body line without altering positions.

Apply each press for approximately 3 – 5 seconds and repeat for up to a minutes.
Video URL:
Embed Code:

Video Categories

Morning Swim Show Episodes (1458)

  • First
  • Previous
  • of 243
  • Next

Workout Videos (94)

  • First
  • Previous
  • of 16
  • Next

TRX Streamline Pushoff
February 18, 2014 (0:20)

Simulated Flip Turn and Streamline
February 11, 2014 (0:27)

Jaimie Bryan
January 3, 2014 (0:16)

Marc Valle
December 10, 2013 (0:54)

Hanna Holman
November 27, 2013 (0:28)

Travis Anderson and Daren Brubaker
November 5, 2013 (0:26)

Interviews (1164)

  • First
  • Previous
  • of 194
  • Next

Tip of the Week (45)

  • First
  • Previous
  • of 8
  • Next

TYR FastStache
March 30, 2012 (1:29)

Water Petting
November 7, 2011 (0:9)

Thumbs Up
November 7, 2011 (0:9)

Thumbs Down
November 7, 2011 (0:11)

Princess Waver
November 7, 2011 (0:7)

Dryland Tips (122)

  • First
  • Previous
  • of 21
  • Next

Breaststroke Exercise
February 25, 2013 (0:21)

Dryland Tip: March With Arm Pulls
February 20, 2013 (1:6)

Supine Flutterkick
February 19, 2013 (0:50)

Freestyle With Supine Flutter Kick
February 11, 2013 (0:19)

Butterfly Pull with Hip Flexion
February 11, 2013 (0:17)

Early Years (115)

  • First
  • Previous
  • of 20
  • Next

SWR: Kate Ziegler, Dec. 13, 2006
May 30, 2012 (15:52)

Early Years: Mar. 31, 2008
April 6, 2011 (45:32)

Early Years: Mar. 28, 2008
April 6, 2011 (11:59)

Early Years: Mar. 27, 2008
April 6, 2011 (11:23)

Early Years: Mar. 26, 2008
April 6, 2011 (11:51)

Click Here for Mobile Site