CARLILE COACHES' FORUM
Table of Contents
- Technique, Overload, and Specificity.
- Emphases for Training: Part I.
- Emphases for Training: Part II.
- Emphases for Training: Part III.
- Champion Characteristics.
- How to Develop Healthy Attitudes Towards Racing in Age-group Swimmers.
- Modern Concepts and Principles for Weight Training in Swimming.
- Features of Crawl Instruction for Coaching Junior Swimmers.
- Training Prescription: The Relationships of Technique, Overload, and Specificity.
- Strength and Power Testing (Dynamometry).
- Breathing Actions in Butterfly Swimming.
- Something to Learn from the Russians.
- Fuel-up for Training.
- Why Swimmers Slow Down.
- Pre-publication Abstract: Altitude Training and Its Effects on Highly-trained Swimmers.
- Ways to Improve Elite Swim Coaching.
- Some Considerations in the Coaching of Young and Developing Swimmers.
- Recovering from Excessive Distance Training.
- Some Principles of Technique That Should Govern Coaching Decisions.
- Still More on Drag Versus Lift Propulsion in Swimming.
- Body Dynamics in Crawl and Backstrokes: Myths Dispelled?
- The Crawl Stroke Kick - Not Propulsive but It Aids Progression.
- Factors Involved in Crawl Stroke Recovery Movements.
- An Assessment Form for Tours, Trips, and Camps.
- Sickness and Training: What Should the Parent, Coach, and Swimmer Do?
- Basic Principles Underlying Racing Dives.
- Shoulder Problems with Swimmers: An Explanation by Dr. Larry Weisenthal.
- More on Shoulder Injuries Caused by Poor Technique: A Dialog with Dr. Larry Weisenthal.
- Why pacing is critical in swimming.
- The sequencing of race-pace training stimuli in a phase of a swimming program.
- Wave drag needs attention.
- 20 evidence-based principles for coaching competitive swimmers.
- The specificity of neuromuscular patterns in swimming activities.
- The use of drills and the Transfer Paradox in competitive swimming.
- On one aspect of wave resistance in swimming.
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